Lovely poster for The One I Love. Artwork by Akiko Stehrenberger, who did the amazing Funny Games poster some years back.

Lovely poster for The One I Love. Artwork by Akiko Stehrenberger, who did the amazing Funny Games poster some years back.

This is the island of New Penzance. 16 miles long. Forested with old-growth pine and maple. Criss-crossed by shallow tidal creeks. Chickchaw territory.

This is the island of New Penzance16 miles long. Forested with old-growth pine and maple. Criss-crossed by shallow tidal creeks. Chickchaw territory.

Random find: a music video of sorts featuring footage from Henri-Georges Clouzot’s unfinished 1964 film L’enfer (Inferno) and set to Lee Hazlewood singing My Autumn’s Done Come.

Oddly mesmerizing.

Film Guild Cinema, New York City by Ruth Bernhard, circa 1946.
Later known as the 8th Street Playhouse, the theater offered weekly midnight screenings of The Rocky Horror Picture Show from 1978 until it closed down for good in November 1992.

Film Guild Cinema, New York City by Ruth Bernhard, circa 1946.

Later known as the 8th Street Playhouse, the theater offered weekly midnight screenings of The Rocky Horror Picture Show from 1978 until it closed down for good in November 1992.

Girl, You'll Be A Woman Soon
Urge Overkill

No Pulp Fiction tribute is complete without something from the soundtrack.

1,267 plays.

Uma Thurman/Pulp Fiction by Firooz Zahedi, 1994.

Uma Thurman/Pulp Fiction by Firooz Zahedi, 1994.

Pulp Fiction, behind the scenes.

Pulp Fiction, perhaps the definitive film of the 90s, premiered 20 years ago today (May 12th) at the Cannes Film Festival. It went on to win the Palme d’Or while at Cannes and the Oscar for Best Original Screenplay, and it became the first independent movie to gross over $200 million at the box office.

Didn't I (Blow Your Mind This Time)
The Delfonics

429 plays.

Theme
Jon Brion

763 plays.

How to make a “Courtesan au Chocolat” pastry from Wes Anderson’s The Grand Budapest Hotel.

Remember Sammy Jankis.
Faye Dunaway at the Beverly Hills Hotel pool with the Best Actress Oscar she’d won for Network the night before. Los Angeles, March 23rd, 1977.
Photograph by Terry O’Neill.

Faye Dunaway at the Beverly Hills Hotel pool with the Best Actress Oscar she’d won for Network the night before. Los Angeles, March 23rd, 1977.

Photograph by Terry O’Neill.