criterioncast:


“Zatoichi vs Predator,” by Simon Lee

criterioncast:

“Zatoichi vs Predator,” by Simon Lee

thehulotuniverse:

Comically getting out of a cab x3
Jacques Tati © Yale Joel

New York (Oct. 1958)

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weirdvintage:

Pablo Picasso with a cute little owl, taken by Michel Sima, 1948 (via Lomography)

weirdvintage:

Pablo Picasso with a cute little owl, taken by Michel Sima, 1948 (via Lomography)

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keyframedaily:

Hans Richter, Sergei Eisenstein and Man Ray.

keyframedaily:

goregirlsdungeon:

BEWARE OF A HOLY WHORE (1971) directed by Rainer Werner Fassbinder.

Early Fassbinder.

hierophage:

I think of the area of magic as a metaphor for the homosexual situation. You know, magic which is banned and dangerous, difficult and mysterious. I can see that use of magic in the Cocteau films, in Kenneth Anger and very much in Eisenstein. Maybe it is an uncomfortable, banned area which is disruptive, and maybe it is a metaphor for the gay situation.
- Derek Jarman, 1985

hierophage:

I think of the area of magic as a metaphor for the homosexual situation. You know, magic which is banned and dangerous, difficult and mysterious. I can see that use of magic in the Cocteau films, in Kenneth Anger and very much in Eisenstein. Maybe it is an uncomfortable, banned area which is disruptive, and maybe it is a metaphor for the gay situation.

- Derek Jarman, 1985

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abstiegundzerfall:

Stranger than paradise (dir. Jim Jarmusch, 1984)

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