Saturday, August 31, 2013

Playboy Interview: Gene Siskel and Roger Ebert

"Tom Cruise is the biggest star in America today, but we seem to inflate him into the greatest actor in history in order to get him onto the covers of magazines. I am utterly bored by celebrity interviews. Most celebrities are devoid of interest. Who wants to read a [lengthy] interview with Tom Cruise? I don’t—and I write them! Life is too short to want to know about Bruce Willis"

Read it in full at the Longform

20 of the Greatest Silent Horror Films You Can Watch Right Now

Via Flavorwire

Tuesday, August 20, 2013

full speed ahead - Zack Waillin

Maybe its time to learn...

How to tie a necktie.

Rodrigo Moya

"At 75 years old, he is one of the most important photographers in Latin America. He extensively documented the movements of guerrillas and citizens throughout the mid-twentieth century, while excelling as a portraitist who creates deep, respectful, and sensitive images.."

Read and see more here

Friday, August 16, 2013

It's friday have a drink!!

Smoky Cardamom-Coconut Cuba Libre
Sounds so good!

Black & White by J. Garcia

I love black & white film, and tend to shoot a lot of it, also love film and have a drawer full of undeveloped rolls. I read a quote once that said ( and I am paraphrasing here) "photography was meant to be black & white" I dont always think that, but I do tend to buy more black & white film.
You can see more photos over at Casual Thinking. Enjoy!

Video Friday - For your weekend!

The Complete Saul Bass

Go to Film Com to see "Every Movie Poster the Legendary Artist Ever Designed"

Blue Caprice

"Inspired by true events, BLUE CAPRICE investigates the notorious and horrific Beltway sniper attacks from the point of view of the two perpetrators, whose distorted father-son relationship facilitated their long and bloody journey across America. Marked by captivating performances by Isaiah Washington and Tequan Richmond, lyrical camerawork, and a unique and bold structure, BLUE CAPRICE documents the mechanisms that lead its subjects to embrace physical violence. BLUE CAPRICE paints a riveting portrait of 21st-century America and a haunting depiction of two cold-blooded killers that endures long after the lights come up."