April 24, 2014

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April 24, 2014

This is my life every fucking day.

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April 24, 2014

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April 24, 2014

kraker2k:

tondog:

mrfalling12345:

OMG WHAT DID I DO!?

For mobile just hold the reblog button

No need to hold Z, just hold alt then click reblog!

Shift+R also works

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April 24, 2014

thedeathoffilm:

THE CURIOUS CASE OF THE JAPANESE REMAKE OF SIDEWAYS

A few years ago, one the most exciting places to buy movies in New York City was the JAS Mart on St. Mark’s. A subterranean Japanese market beneath the far end of the East Village’s most embarrassing street, the store had a mediocre DVD selection and prices that were hardly any better. But it’s a hard to compete with a place where you could buy the complete works of Hayao Miyazaki alongside a jug of Pocari Sweat and a shrink-wrapped squid. 

The taxonomy of JAS Mart’s DVDs was difficult to pin down. Packed in flimsy cases that boasted reliably coherent translations of the film descriptions, the discs seemed less like cut-rate studio exports or top-notch bootlegs than a strange hybrid of the two that shouldn’t be questioned. While all of these commercially unclassifiable releases were region-free, only about half included English subtitles, and the teletext options seemed to have been doled out at random. (Air Doll: yes! 20th Century Boys: nope!) The DVDs, whatever their legitimacy, were clearly intended for the same Japanese viewers who relied on JAS Mart to help sustain a cultural connection with their home country. The errant non-Japanese cinephile who happened to wander in and buy one might leave with the lingering sense that they’d stolen something. Fittingly, the holy grail of JAS Mart’s library was a film that doubles as a feature-length manifestation of what it felt like to shop there. 

From a distance, the cover photo of four people sharing a bottle of red wine at a picnic suggests a DVD of Alexander Payne’s Sideways. That impression is seemingly confirmed by a glance at the title, Saidoweizu, which—because of how Japanese accommodates words borrowed from other languages—literally translates as “Something called Sideways.” Only once you hold the box in front of your face does it become clear that everyone on the cover has been translated as well. 

STORY CONTINUES ON THE DISSOLVE

April 23, 2014

thex-files:

guh

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April 23, 2014

erictrautmann:

i-come-by-it-honestly:

John Scalzi gets it.

Yes. YES. 

Enough already, dudebros. Give it a fucking rest. We get it: you think vaginas are scary. PLEASE MOVE ALONG INTO THE DUSTBIN OF EMBARRASSING HISTORY WHERE YOU BELONG.

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April 23, 2014

gojira-senpai:

xombiedirge:

Poster 1 by Paul Shipper / Store / Tumblr

Poster 2 by Matt Ferguson / Tumblr / Website

Poster 3 by Khoa Ho / Twitter / Facebook

Poster 4 by Orlando Arocena / Facebook

Poster 5 by Chad Woodward / Blog

Poster 6 by Andy Fairhurst / Blog

Poster 7 by Peter Gutierrez / Website

Poster 8 by Doaly / Facebook / Store

Poster 9 by Florey / Tumblr / Store

Check out the exclusive article on this, the Poster Posse’s seventh project, over at BlurppyHERE

THESE ARE ALL AMAZING!

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April 22, 2014
Contents Under Pressure

ruckawriter:

I rarely use this to just blog. I’m going to just blog now, so you can all just ignore this if it’s not to your liking.

Warning. Contents under pressure.

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April 22, 2014
nbchannibal:

MICHAEL PITT AS MASON VERGER via huffposttv

nbchannibal:

MICHAEL PITT AS MASON VERGER via huffposttv