Archive for December, 2009
Via Flavorwire, Stereotyping People by Their Fav. Indie Bans, none really worked for me–still humorous and. . . Shiv, It’s not necessarily a bad thing that it’s so right on:
Guys who make “Best of the Year” lists in January based predominantly on “feeling.”“
Here’s Ariel Pink’s Haunted Graffiti’s tour-only CD-R from earlier this year. It compiles their “Greatest Hits” and they’ve done a stellar job. I’m a huge fan although I can understand why people don’t like [them] very much. I can’t decide whether Pink wants to purposefully make really bad music appealing or make really structured, complex pop songs sound accidental and just ugly as shit. Either way, I love the stuff. Enjoy!
Not my links so if your download fails, let me know.
These movies are spectacular. I too don’t have much to say.
10. Bad Education (Almodovar, 2004)
9. Matchpoint (Allen, 2005)
8. Far From Heaven (Haynes, 2002)
7. There Will Be Blood (Anderson, 2008)
6. Inland Empire (Lynch, 2006)
I don’t have the time, breath, intelligence or energy to give any explination for this list. Images and your collective imagination will suffice. Off we go:
10. Cache (Haneke, 2005)
9. George Washington (Green, 2000)
8. Inland Empire (Lynch, 2006)