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thefinalimage:

Slacker | 1991 | dir. Richard Linklater

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exbestfriend:

appendixjournal:

The gorgeous photographs of “petrochemical America” that inspired True Detective.

Oh man, I got to see an exhibit of this work at the High a couple years ago and the book has been on my amazon wishlist since then. It hits that sweet spot of gorgeous, banal, creepy, and familiar. Even if I haven’t been to those exact spots, I’ve been to a spot so similar to it that I recognize them all.

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HOW DID I GET HERE?

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"What is important in Decalogue?"

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defendneworleans:

 Hannibal Buress performs a New Orleans set on “The Tonight Show with Jimmy Fallon”

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Downtown New Orleans from the 8th floor

Downtown New Orleans from the 8th floor

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oldhollywood:

Max Schreck relaxing between takes & creeping everyone out on the set of Nosferatu, A Symphony of Horror(1922, dir. F.W. Murnau) (via) 
During the filming of Nosferatu, Schreck reportedly stayed in character at all times, even when the cameras weren’t rolling, and the cast and crew never saw him out of full makeup and costume. While this immersive approach to acting is commonplace now, it was unusual back then and his appearance & behavior led to wild rumors that Schreck actually was a vampire. If this photo is indicative of Schreck’s demeanor around the set of Nosferatu, the crew’s wariness was entirely understandable. 
 

oldhollywood:

Max Schreck relaxing between takes & creeping everyone out on the set of Nosferatu, A Symphony of Horror(1922, dir. F.W. Murnau) (via)

During the filming of Nosferatu, Schreck reportedly stayed in character at all times, even when the cameras weren’t rolling, and the cast and crew never saw him out of full makeup and costume. While this immersive approach to acting is commonplace now, it was unusual back then and his appearance & behavior led to wild rumors that Schreck actually was a vampire. If this photo is indicative of Schreck’s demeanor around the set of Nosferatu, the crew’s wariness was entirely understandable. 

 

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jonnodotcom:

Robert FrankNew Orleans1955
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jonnodotcom:

Robert Frank
New Orleans
1955

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birthmoviesdeath:

John Waters knows how to smoke cooler than you. - GM

I remember when this no smoking announcement used to play before movies at the Uptown Theater in Minneapolis.

birthmoviesdeath:

John Waters knows how to smoke cooler than you. - GM

I remember when this no smoking announcement used to play before movies at the Uptown Theater in Minneapolis.

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at MetroRail - Plaza Saltillo Station

at MetroRail - Plaza Saltillo Station

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carry-on-my-otp:

If Stuntmen from the old movies don’t have your full respect then I just don’t know what to say to you

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A week ago this was a densely wooded homeless camp.

A week ago this was a densely wooded homeless camp.

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