1. ifyoucantwell:

AMC has a homepage for the show with some pretty great key art. 

I’m gonna caps lock this show so hard.

    ifyoucantwell:

    AMC has a homepage for the show with some pretty great key art. 

    I’m gonna caps lock this show so hard.

  2. newoldstockphotos:

The inspiration for iA Writer.

    newoldstockphotos:

    The inspiration for iA Writer.

  3. newoldstockphotos:

On a bicycle made for three

    newoldstockphotos:

    On a bicycle made for three

  4. Double-O Superb →

    newyorker:

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    Ben Greenman on Ace Records’s new compilation of espionage music: http://nyr.kr/1mNe6la

    “It’s true, perhaps, that the most memorable spy music is instrumental: the themes that can be played over tense chase scenes. But there are also many songs associated with the genre. Here, the Ace…

  5. thefilmstage:

    On the set of Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind, which celebrates its 10th anniversary today.

    Watch a 90-minute talk with director Michel Gondry.

  6. cinephilearchive:

    Paul Thomas Anderson claims that everything he knows about directing he learned from John Sturges’ commentary on the Bad Day at Black Rock LaserDisc. This is an exclusive, it’s never been released on any DVDs of the film, it stayed on the Criterion LD for ages — until it was ripped a while ago. So the only way anyone could ever hear this is if they had a LaserDisc player. Well, not anymore. (NOTE: For educational purposes only)

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    This was the first MGM film to be shot in Cinemascope. According to director John Sturges’s commentary track on the Criterion Laserdisc release, it was also filmed at the same time in the standard 4:3 ratio version because studio executives still weren’t sure how well the wide screen format would work. That version was never released.
    Behind the Camera On Bad Day at Black Rock


    The film itself is an hour and 21 minutes, when I got done splicing up the bits I marked as informative – I had about 50 minutes of material from Sturges. After the split, I left out about 20 minutes that was good, but mostly outdated. So what you’ve got is essentially 30 minutes of some really great fucking filmmaking discussion. I am thankful that this great  man left us with some insight before he left this earth. —filmschoolthrucommentaries

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  7. The Evil Dead - Sam Raimi’s low budget camera rigs

    (Source: thedeaditeslayer)

  8. explore-blog:

In Pieces – French illustrator Marion Fayolle's surreal visual poetry about human relations

    explore-blog:

    In Pieces – French illustrator Marion Fayolle's surreal visual poetry about human relations

  9. humansofnewyork:

"I grew up in the Bahamas. When I was young, I worked in a hotel where all the old stars used to come. I served Frank Sinatra, Sammy Davis Jr., Yul Brenner… you name it. One time I brought Lee Marvin room service, and he tipped me with a pair of 14 carat gold cufflinks."

    humansofnewyork:

    "I grew up in the Bahamas. When I was young, I worked in a hotel where all the old stars used to come. I served Frank Sinatra, Sammy Davis Jr., Yul Brenner… you name it. One time I brought Lee Marvin room service, and he tipped me with a pair of 14 carat gold cufflinks."

  10. 
This is not a photograph of lovers, this is a 400 year old marble statue of Pluto and Proserpina

    This is not a photograph of lovers, this is a 400 year old marble statue of Pluto and Proserpina

    (Source: bottlerockt)