92 in the Shade is a 1975 American drama film written and directed by Thomas McGuane, based on his 1973 novel of the same name, it stars Peter Fonda, Warren Oates, Elizabeth Ashley and Margot Kidder. – Wikipedia
Examining the Odd is looking to feature work by strange or unusual visual artists, writers, musicians and filmmakers. I enjoy sharing my own doodles and poems alongside those of mostly dead people, but I’d love to be surrounded by living artists too. Send an email to email@example.com if you’re interested in seeing your work onContinue reading “Examining the Odd: Calling All Artists!”
Hello, here I am look me up tell me what you think.
See the man of 40 some years expose reality through imagination.
Come and listen to the tale, get a snack. Have a drink.
I hope you love it as much as I do 🙂
Let’s have some quotes from Mervyn Peake’s beautifully disturbing Gormenghast trilogy. I love the books and, unlike many, I also really enjoyed the BBC adaptation, but there are rumors that Neil Gaiman is going to have a crack at his own TV version! 1. “He had no longer any need for home, forContinue reading “5 Quotes from the Gormenghast Trilogy”
Wakefield is a film about a man (Bryan Cranston) who abandons his family. The protagonist explores the issues of abandonment as well as other social problems. Most people know Cranston from Breaking Bad (and those of us of a certain age, Malcolm in the Middle) and his character here is similar in that he’s reallyContinue reading “The Friday Film: Wakefield”
It’s high on my list of Tim Burton favourites. It was obviously a huge hit and you can even get Beetlejuice Lego! I’ve watched the film so many times and it delights me with every viewing. The Day-O dinner scene is one of the greatest comedy moments in the history of film.
Protagonist Mark is subjected to constant surveillance by his father as a child under the guise of scientific research. This unusual upbringing results in Mark becoming the ultimate voyeur in adulthood. Working in a film studio by day, he captures scenes which are far more sinister in his free time. Mark films the murders of young women.
This week’s film is In The Ocean – A Film About The Classical Avant Garde.