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Snowden (2016) – Oliver Stone

Snowden (2016) – Oliver Stone

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Oliver Stone-light, hyperactive non-action film that acts a greasy hook with a morally firm intent to blow it’s own bells and whistles away.

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Poor Things (2023) – Yorgos Lanthimos

Poor Things (2023) – Yorgos Lanthimos

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Fish-eyed, piss-European trip that´s mind-veneering even for the hardest of avant-garde-st getting bagged up drowned in the funny tasting river.

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Thirteen (2003) – Catherine Hardwicke

Thirteen (2003) – Catherine Hardwicke

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Lucky number for derailment palming the air around the the missing family-cell walls while choking her own soul not to drown back into nothingness.

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Chapter 27 (2007) – J.P. Schaefer

Chapter 27 (2007) – J.P. Schaefer

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Jacked up in fat aggressively whispering for respect as an actor while shooting the wrong Beatle played by another actor actually sharing the killer´s name.

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Across the Universe (2007) – Julie Taymor

Across the Universe (2007) – Julie Taymor

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Unannounced musical pushing Dear Patience for the trailer-allergic expecting pure dialog. It sugar-shocks with its spiral-singing flopping in steady but annoying beauty.

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Empire Records (1995) – Allan Moyle

Empire Records (1995) – Allan Moyle

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Simple day in the life of a magical place in time. Edgy mannerisms show how ev‘ryday worries can vanish via multiple music video stylistic shenanigans.

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The Station Agent (2003) – Tom McCarthy

The Station Agent (2003) – Tom McCarthy

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Warm-acted, well-hearted, boutique jewellery piece of naturally grown independent cinema that convincingly re-touches people´s frailty in great memorable angles of tiny actions.

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Beau is Afraid (2023) – Ari Aster

Beau is Afraid (2023) – Ari Aster

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Could easily be the far out-test comedy ever. A mummy-issued ego trip getting away with its masturbatory pretentiousness while begging for multiple visits.

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Oppenheimer (2023) – Christopher Nolan

Oppenheimer (2023) – Christopher Nolan

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Impeccably not grainy but full of particles modern-talkie that feels much longer than only three hours long…ing still for more Gary Oldman time.

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Let the Earth be Silent (2023) – Fvnerals

Let the Earth be Silent (2023) – Fvnerals

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Solid spectral shit surrounding sound-minded guests with an obscurantist‘s pain manifest that only blood itself could come up with if it had a conscience.

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Disharmonium – Nahab (2023) – Blut aus Nord

Disharmonium – Nahab (2023) – Blut aus Nord

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Entering the void of french Black Metal, this album sets a new standard. A maelstrom of cascading highs, lows, ebbs & flows as it‘s downspiraling.

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World Domination (2023) – Blood Command

World Domination (2023) – Blood Command

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Euphoric showcase of a world ending punky attitude in 20 songs but in an enigmatic coherent manner. The Netflix soundtrack for your very own apocalypse.

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Le dîner de cons (1998) – Francis Veber

Le dîner de cons (1998) – Francis Veber

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It starts really stupid but it Omelettes itself up into a kind of karma theater-play that’s different, kind and refined in an unpretentious way.

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American Pie (1999) – Paul Weitz

American Pie (1999) – Paul Weitz

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The inevitable coming-out-of-(teen)age story for the millennial male generation. Filled with stereotypes to empathize with and nostalgic one-liners to never forget.

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Dr. Leslie Arzt – Lost (2004-2010)

Dr. Leslie Arzt – Lost (2004-2010)

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He came as a symptom of common cast-flu but left as a hilarious martyr and plot-hero who briefly but firmly reached for redemption.

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Dr. Christian Shephard – Lost (2004-2010)

Dr. Christian Shephard – Lost (2004-2010)

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A smooth, liquid chief surgeon who’s searching for himself and other clinically dead existential answers after lowering the bar as far down as to Australia.

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Paris Sewer Museum – Paris, FR

Paris Sewer Museum – Paris, FR

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Advertising a gigantic network of tunnels and water is clever engagement. Showing 2 rooms of main functions and too many uncrossable borders is beyond disappointment.

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Le Louxor / Palais du Cinéma – Paris, FR

Le Louxor / Palais du Cinéma – Paris, FR

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A temple-like structure in a busy street, drawing the egypt geek‘s attention. Step inside and follow the pyramidal descent into chambers of pharaocious entertainment.

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Cloud Cakes – Paris, FR

Cloud Cakes – Paris, FR

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Sweetery for the little hunger, sweetest proportions and asian venus traps for the big thirst.

Don’t get greedy while glancing sideways, otherwise you’ll get poisoned.

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Shannon Rutherford – Lost (2004-2010)

Shannon Rutherford – Lost (2004-2010)

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Everything is hot, but-her cold soul still stinking of bad spirits that left a long time ago because they just couldn’t take her anymore.

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Montmartre – Paris, FR

Montmartre – Paris, FR

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Northern peak of a unrealisticly huge capitol has much to offer.
A stunning view, artists, artisans, a scam-elevator and too many smartphone-attentive tourists.

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Rue Crémieux – Paris, FR

Rue Crémieux – Paris, FR

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‚Crème de dream‘-colored facades, in between an inviting cobblestone paved path and adorned with the finest, winter-resistant greenery.
A mirage of profound trustworthiness.

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Dr. Ethan Rom – Lost (2004-2010)

Dr. Ethan Rom – Lost (2004-2010)

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Single, meanest Canadian man alive known in land, space and universe that will undoubtedly kick your blistered jungle-fearing ass with disturbingly rough impersonal kindness.

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Hurley – Lost (2004-2010)

Hurley – Lost (2004-2010)

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Most likeable of the cast-away cast despite being morbidly obese and condemned to comedy relief. He’ll grow on you proportionally to his own hunger.

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Cure (1997) – Kiyoshi Kurosawa

Cure (1997) – Kiyoshi Kurosawa

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Subtly striving for the viewer’s attention is rewarded with hypnotic disturbing discomfort.
This film creates a unique chemistry of sound and silence, control and terror.

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Good News About Hell (2022) Severance (S1.E1) – Ben Stiller

Good News About Hell (2022) Severance (S1.E1) – Ben Stiller

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A promising meeting between Being John Malkovich and Fargo infused in Ben Stiller´s blue steel vision of what a good Black Mirror would look like.

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Spotlight (2015) – Tom McCarthy

Spotlight (2015) – Tom McCarthy

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Polished but razorsharp  journalism warfare of a fresh millennium; digging for (un)holy truths of untouchable legacies.

A documentary-like disclosure featuring actors vanishing in spotlight.

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Severance (2022) – Ben Stiller

Severance (2022) – Ben Stiller

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Bleak corridors into the void of meaninglessness expose and narrow down the subliminal morals and ethics of claustrophobic workplaces.

A riveting philosophical tour de force.

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„Space Lion“ Song (1998) – Yōko Kanno

„Space Lion“ Song (1998) – Yōko Kanno

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Substances of blues and tribal music blend and create a kaleidoscope of sombre memories and glaring destinies, giving you nanosecondary closure in space and time.

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Lost (2004-2010) – J.J Abrams

Lost (2004-2010) – J.J Abrams

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Season one is condescendingly sexy in a poor man’s Hollywood/Holloway sort of way while sometimes delivering quality twists provided one’s disbelief gets suspended enough.

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Coopa – Hand Warmer

Coopa – Hand Warmer

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A limb-saver for the cold-challenged at heart, body and mind. Truly helpful gadget one must appreciate despite its comic resemblance to a vibrator.

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Weird: The Al Yankovic Story (2022) – Eric Appel

Weird: The Al Yankovic Story (2022) – Eric Appel

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Intentionally terrible and cocky to its audience. A well made piece of trash that feels like it’s laughing at you and should stay sketch-long.

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God‘s Country (2022) – Chat Pile

God‘s Country (2022) – Chat Pile

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Thundering riffs and hormone-injecting beats pave the way for angsty madmen, narrating intensifying anthologies of human misdeeds, while passing their point of no return.

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Men (2022) – Alex Garland

Men (2022) – Alex Garland

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Disturbing short-lensed piece of horror stunningly justifying its budget with visuals that let both the right talent in and over-the-top gore out.

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The Lighthouse (2019) – Robert Eggers

The Lighthouse (2019) – Robert Eggers

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Picture-pitch perfect except for the sound of farts offensively trapping a scattered
plot inside of a frame that hits one square between the eyes.

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Gnosis (2022) – Russian Circles

Gnosis (2022) – Russian Circles

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Mercilessly immersive life-long branding mind slicer of an instrumental heavy metal music video that beautifully stuns with the brute force of a thunder-grenade.

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Dahmer – Monster: The Jeffrey Dahmer Story (2022) – Ian Brennan & Ryan Murphy

Dahmer – Monster: The Jeffrey Dahmer Story (2022) – Ian Brennan & Ryan Murphy

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Intimate acid dive into the stolen perspectives of the Dahmer-ed down victims of a seemingly parental crime that got out of God´s wrathful hand.

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Arizona Dream (1993) – Emir Kusturica

Arizona Dream (1993) – Emir Kusturica

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Vincent‘s natural performance gallantly steals an already stolen picture show navigated by a loud but warm director who makes the whole thing fly just right.

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„Dickhead“ – Stake @ArcTanGent’22/ Experiencing one of my favorite songs live

„Dickhead“ – Stake @ArcTanGent’22/ Experiencing one of my favorite songs live

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With a staggeringly tipsy smile, I entered the guitar-distorted pit, only to be blown away by the whiplash of my own eclectically nostalgic ecstasy.

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Gellért Baths – Budapest, HU

Gellért Baths – Budapest, HU

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If you ever want to feel like a roman cesar in an ancient bathhouse, this is the real deal.

And please mind the bathing cap!

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The Gray Man (2022) – The Russo Brothers

The Gray Man (2022) – The Russo Brothers

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Woven together from hallmarks of various action franchises. Popcorn for the eyes, but gnawing hunger for the movie enthusiast.

A visual testament to Netflix’ budget nowadays.

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Good Time (2017) – Benny Safdie, John Safdie

Good Time (2017) – Benny Safdie, John Safdie

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Tainted shades flutter through this NY-based fever dream, filled with real people in realistic situations, doing the best and the worst for each other.

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Everything Everywhere All At Once (2022) – Dan Kwan

Everything Everywhere All At Once (2022) – Dan Kwan

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With a completely incomprehensible and visual-demanding plot it’s easy to look stunning nowadays.
But nailing it with a well, bagel-circular story is rare.

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The Northman (2022) Robert Eggers

The Northman (2022) Robert Eggers

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Balancing historically accurate brutality and well-rounded storytelling, this feast pushes its narrative of avenging men and succumbing women right into viewer‘s eyes and guts.

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Blue Jay (2016) Alex Lehmann

Blue Jay (2016) Alex Lehmann

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A soft exploration of nostalgia which turns into intoxicating, soul seeking frustration.

The black and white approach lets you see and feel in synesthetic ways.

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Trees Lounge (1996) – Steve Buscemi

Trees Lounge (1996) – Steve Buscemi

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Likeable round around Buscemi´s past featuring family and settings no one would object to watch other than a certain female interest that feels uncomfortably young.

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Crimson Tide (1995) – Tony Scott

Crimson Tide (1995) – Tony Scott

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Locked in a claustrophobic tea kettle, witnessing the boiling point of seasoned people pushing their morals against each other.
Hackman & Washington in superb opposition.

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Coulée verte René-Dumont – Paris

Coulée verte René-Dumont – Paris

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A magical walkway in between plants and flowers, above daily street life, beside Parisian house facades and rooftops.

Lost in thought, motion and (happily) translation.

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Artie Bucco – The Sopranos (1999-2007)

Artie Bucco – The Sopranos (1999-2007)

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A good cook that makes one sick in the stomach by cringingly mismanaging both self-respect and culinary success into a greasy cul-de-sac.

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Before Sunrise (1995) – Richard Linklater

Before Sunrise (1995) – Richard Linklater

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Recognizing the opportunistic signs that bring one closer to one’s desire for fateful belonging requires the open mindfulness of a wanderer living in the moment.

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The Power of the Dog (2021) – Jane Campion

The Power of the Dog (2021) – Jane Campion

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Barking dogs don’t bite, but conceal their fragile masculinity under thick hides.

This psychological exposé intersects power’s balance with sharp angles and a descending score.

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The Rum Diary (2011) – Bruce Robinson

The Rum Diary (2011) – Bruce Robinson

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Although preceded by a promising start, the problem springs up in the hollow-middle by scattering nothing around other than fun for the people involved.

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Ägyptisches Museum und Papyrussammlung – Berlin

Ägyptisches Museum und Papyrussammlung – Berlin

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The Pharaoh´s curse comes as a sticky security guard who’s sometimes better lit than the stolen pieces themselves guilding an architectural gem with creepy cartonnage.

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Don’t Look Up (2021) – Adam McKay

Don’t Look Up (2021) – Adam McKay

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Long-winded screw-eightball of a dark & daring political comedy for the news-aware long-attention spanner du jour expansively mirroring 1976´s “Network” efforts.

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Lou – Fight Club (1999)

Lou – Fight Club (1999)

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He’ll sock it to you like a bag of alkaline Christmas chimney bricks that used to be sweet but now burn through charm and bone.

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Mirrors (2021) – Pupil Slicer

Mirrors (2021) – Pupil Slicer

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Grinding it’s way through murkiest swamps of noisy Mathcore, this debut hearkens the sheer power-violence of early Converge, while creating their own hurtful recipe.

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A Tear In The Fabric Of Life (2021) – Knocked Loose

A Tear In The Fabric Of Life (2021) – Knocked Loose

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The guitar sound, yum. Better pack a 2nd pair of panties before witnessing how your body is being choked, raped and nailed against the wall.

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If I Can’t Have Love, I Want Power (2021) – Halsey

If I Can’t Have Love, I Want Power (2021) – Halsey

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Glossy voice with edgy ‚in your face‘ lyrics and humongous hooks, cemented by sticky NIN-esque drum & bass, portraying a fallen angel gone rogue.

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The Work (2021) – Rivers Of Nihil

The Work (2021) – Rivers Of Nihil

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Feels like it’s been recorded inside an alien spaceship. Razorsharp guitar-swarming with icy elements and dreamy twists create a hostile sterility, dissecting ears… smoothly.

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The Loved One (1965) – Tony Richardson

The Loved One (1965) – Tony Richardson

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Smack in the stiff middle of the 1960´s cerebral courtesy: a sunny-dark comedy of the black & whitest kind adorned and embalmed with Liberace.

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To Rome with Love (2012) – Woody Allen

To Rome with Love (2012) – Woody Allen

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Brass-balled Baldwin articulates the angry voice of reason coming from a late self-awareness that reflects the present with polished regret and self-derision.

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Numbface Chilli  Original (2014) – Sally Foo

Numbface Chilli Original (2014) – Sally Foo

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Smile-colored, slow burning hot sauce that fires up the mouth and spirit with a crescent heat wave that is both welcome and long-lasting.

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Radical (2021) – Every Time I Die

Radical (2021) – Every Time I Die

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Imagine you’re an energetic Stoner at a Hardcore show inside a barn out in the boonies during a hot summer.
This will be your soundtrack.

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Violence Unimagined (2021) Cannibal Corpse

Violence Unimagined (2021) Cannibal Corpse

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Though not inventing the wheel anew, this 15th surgical cutthroat album full of tightly woven lead and rhythm precision exterminates every cockroach doubting their way.

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Screen Violence (2021) Chvrches

Screen Violence (2021) Chvrches

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This shining 80s retro-phase closing dance creeper hits its target group with (dirty) daring synths and slashing female hooks. The future eats the past.

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Salininui Chueok (2003) – Bong Joon Ho

Salininui Chueok (2003) – Bong Joon Ho

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Chest-kicking serial-crime kill-Thriller
of breathtaking simplicity and murky south-Korean self-deprecation finding grace in pratfalls and humor of the crassest kind.

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The Wasps Are Here (1978) Darmasena Pathiraja

The Wasps Are Here (1978) Darmasena Pathiraja

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Intriguing community-building affairs vaunted with a cozily speckled beach vibe.
But stripped naked by bland emotional acting and suggestively fading ties at the end.

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‚End of Small Sanctuary‘ – Silent Hill 3 OST (2003) Akira Yamaoka

‚End of Small Sanctuary‘ – Silent Hill 3 OST (2003) Akira Yamaoka

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Its orange-coloured light shines through memories of one‘s own adolescence like a sunset on an ambient beach.

A fitting ‚calm before the storm‘-embodiment.

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I Saw The Devil (2010) – Kim Jee-woon

I Saw The Devil (2010) – Kim Jee-woon

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A refreshing but maniacally twisted tale of becoming the predator of what lurks in the night‘s shadow.

Where does vengeance end, where does malevolence begin?

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THE HOUSE OF SPIRITS (1993) – BILLIE AUGUST

THE HOUSE OF SPIRITS (1993) – BILLIE AUGUST

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Creeping historical “hacienda”-ascension story full of good people playing uglier-than-fiction roles to cherry things on top of sourly majestic interior/exterior shots.

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The Chaser (2008) – Na Hong-jin

The Chaser (2008) – Na Hong-jin

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A suspenseful gatekeeper for Seoul‘s crime rabbit hole – with a dynamic that is second to none.

Unconventional and arrogant necessities clear the path to deliverance.

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Team Sleep (2005) – Team Sleep

Team Sleep (2005) – Team Sleep

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Color-blinding death-toned off-spinning voice-collage artsy-metal album that relaxingly flays out in every sonic direction with labyrinth waves of distorted comfort.

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Memories of Murder (2003) – Bong Joon Ho

Memories of Murder (2003) – Bong Joon Ho

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Macabre true crime mixed with hilarious character representation?
This richly detailed and beautifully crafted closer look of 20th‘s century’s korean detective work pulls it off.

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THE HOLY MOUNTAIN (1973) – ALEJANDRO JORODOWSKY

THE HOLY MOUNTAIN (1973) – ALEJANDRO JORODOWSKY

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Complex messianic circle jerk that transgressively fortune-wheels its dark-hippy nonsensical beauty around bringing its victims to a profound world of shit and cum.

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(T)RUSTY (? – 2021)

(T)RUSTY (? – 2021)

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A quick study Marilyn Monroe chicken who briefly rubbed everyone´s “Hühnerherz” in the rightest of chock-full-of-charm ways with graciously grave, feathered dignity.

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Duschseife – Duschbrocken

Duschseife – Duschbrocken

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This crystal-like prism feels like a gun in your hand, but with an outcome of flourishing bubbly delight.
The incense for the eco man.

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Almost Famous (2000) – Cameron Crowe

Almost Famous (2000) – Cameron Crowe

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Grounded with emotional veracity in the most vocal point of feud with the Death of everything that was holy and pure to rock and roll.

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DC Showcase: Death (2019) – Sam Liu

DC Showcase: Death (2019) – Sam Liu

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There is never enough time to sketch the spectrum of human life in a few strokes.
But when it succeeds, it leaves you shockingly speechless.

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‚I Want You‘ Music Video (1995) Madonna feat. Massive Attack – Earle Sebastian

‚I Want You‘ Music Video (1995) Madonna feat. Massive Attack – Earle Sebastian

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A revealing Madonna within a bond-esque vibe – that’s exactly enough to fill a man’s void of lustful dreams for 6 and a half minutes.

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Go (1999) – Doug Liman

Go (1999) – Doug Liman

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Influenced by ‚Pulp Fiction‘ and early Kevin Smith  genius, this film belongs to the 90s feelgood-underground pantheon.

A fast burn with warm narcotic release.

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GO (1999) – Doug Liman

GO (1999) – Doug Liman

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Tightly braided razor-wire-sharp mind-trip-comedy that daringly keeps coming back to itself while swinging hard with colorful come-ups and come-downs.

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The Prestige (2006) – Christopher Nolan

The Prestige (2006) – Christopher Nolan

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Fully charged but its progressive energy keeps getting cut off by a silver screenplay that can’t tell exposition from emotional-trigger boredom apart at all.

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U Turn (1997) – Oliver Stone

U Turn (1997) – Oliver Stone

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A big booty in the desert magnetically pulls sore strangers and their dry behavioural rage together to visit the normally closed off parts of hell.

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Death of Yugoslavia (1995) – BBC

Death of Yugoslavia (1995) – BBC

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A fresh and detailed Balkan-conflict account audio-visually narrated in such a perfect crew-cut way that´s bound to blow any Ken Burns away.

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This Must Be the Place (2011) – Paolo Sorrentino

This Must Be the Place (2011) – Paolo Sorrentino

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Despite sugar visuals and good Penn-manship this film strays all over the place with those unafraid to fly over an ocean of scrambled plots.

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Se7en (1995) – David Fincher

Se7en (1995) – David Fincher

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Tall, biblical thriller that out-of-the-box polishes and replenishes audiovisual standards up to a stern point of absurdity where nothing ends before pain.

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‚The Last One‘ To your Eternity s01e01 (2021) – Masahiko Murata

‚The Last One‘ To your Eternity s01e01 (2021) – Masahiko Murata

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Organic structure of a bottle episode opener that transforms itself incredibly quickly and deeply into an anthologic prodigy.
A Pilot directly on it‘s master flight.

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Saturday Night Wrist (2006) – Deftones

Saturday Night Wrist (2006) – Deftones

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Lyrical metal trip divining its way through inventive twists & shouts in the darkest of pink clouds in a self-medicated ward in the sky.

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Taxi Driver (1976) – Martin Scorsese

Taxi Driver (1976) – Martin Scorsese

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“Morbid self-attention” won’t get you to revenge the world against what’s wrongly dark and seldom slightly right. “Don‘t you want to make it, mister?”

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Oldboy (2003) – Chan-wook Park

Oldboy (2003) – Chan-wook Park

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Complex hard-watch that feels like a nightmare Sake bar-brawl-beating loop with a heart-kicking pace that punches holes into every moral direction.

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The Bourne Identity (2002) – Doug Liman

The Bourne Identity (2002) – Doug Liman

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A headhunt through early 2000‘s Europe, which shines in a blue-grey velocity and shows how good a minimalistic & realistic action movie can be.

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Basic Instincts (1992) – Paul Verhoeven

Basic Instincts (1992) – Paul Verhoeven

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Classiest porn noir of the century with a truly horny Douglas who keeps the viewer interested after manually climaxing for the first couple of times.

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Spiderland (1991) – Slint

Spiderland (1991) – Slint

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Dry up to caustic but full of silver guts bravado and true no-nonsense resuscitation that domestically questions everything that´s drowning in its quarrel-lake.

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Million Dollar Hotel (2000) – Wim Wenders

Million Dollar Hotel (2000) – Wim Wenders

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A roman candle of crazy characters (most of which are no doubt stolen from nearby realities) in an overwrought romanticised dark comedy by bonehead Bono.

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Robert Paulsen – The Fight Club (1999)

Robert Paulsen – The Fight Club (1999)

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His name is Robert Paulsen and his tits are not as large as his wounded heart which bleeds loud & clear like testicular cancer does.

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Acidosis – Band Photo

Acidosis – Band Photo

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Three of them fucked prostitutes already. Two are on their way to their right-of-passage-overdose. The drummer studies hard to become an engineer.

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FFP2 NR Chinese Face Mask – Lidl

FFP2 NR Chinese Face Mask – Lidl

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For those who have ears a most unwelcome Chinese face mask that feels like making out with a Muppet inside of a sterilized hospital casket.

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Your Name (2016) Makoto Shinkai

Your Name (2016) Makoto Shinkai

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Starting with a fascinating switcheroo concept, beautifully hand-drawn art & animations, this enlightening romance follows the closeness of two destinies searching for their unity.

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Uncut Gems (2019) – Benny & Josh Safdie

Uncut Gems (2019) – Benny & Josh Safdie

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Punch-Drunk Love (2002) meets the Lincoln Lawyer (2011) with a pure Sandler as main stressing agent in a beautifully acted display of ugly characters.

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Rushmore (1998) – Wes Anderson

Rushmore (1998) – Wes Anderson

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Strongly-subtle dark comedy that can for days on end make one consistently laugh out loud at punch-line silences that stitch to the mind.

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‘Downer Ending’ (2014) BoJack Horseman s01e11 – Amy Winfrey

‘Downer Ending’ (2014) BoJack Horseman s01e11 – Amy Winfrey

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The art of creating something successful while taking drugs is for some the needed apparatus and others a misconception. Mind your abyss, control your fantasy,

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‘Fish Out Of Water’ (2016) BoJack Horseman s03e04 – Mike Hollingsworth

‘Fish Out Of Water’ (2016) BoJack Horseman s03e04 – Mike Hollingsworth

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Lost in aquatic-translation. Out of the blue, looking for purpose.
Bubble, bubble – Discovering alternative ways to communicate.
Subtle trouble – Finding alternative version of me.

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Foundryside (2018) The Founders Trilogy – Robert Jackson Bennett

Foundryside (2018) The Founders Trilogy – Robert Jackson Bennett

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Matrix-like science, infused into veins of an industrial kingdom, where someone’s imagination could be either the strongest weapon or the road to armageddon itself.

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There Will Be Blood (2007) – Paul Thomas Anderson

There Will Be Blood (2007) – Paul Thomas Anderson

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Family values suffer
In this Passion Play
Powered by music,
Coal, OIL, & palms
Greased by multiple
Pieces of silver.
Lewis triumphs in
Self-crucifixion.

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What Happened To Monday (2017) – Tommy Wirkola

What Happened To Monday (2017) – Tommy Wirkola

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Dystopian human-world drama with a very unique but realistic setting.

Damocles’ sword, who’s right and wrong, hangs above people’s heads and on their throats.

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Basquiat (1996) – Julian Schnabel

Basquiat (1996) – Julian Schnabel

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Talent-heavy (cast-wise) downer about a man who erases his own by hiding behind an embalming hype that far outlasts its allotted 15 minutes.

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Juliette Danielle as ‘Lisa’ – The Room (2003)

Juliette Danielle as ‘Lisa’ – The Room (2003)

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The hard-working element of this cast, which despite her commitment had to act slutty, while being harassed by its romantic counterpart after the cut.

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Dan Janjigian as ‘Chris R’ – The Room (2003)

Dan Janjigian as ‘Chris R’ – The Room (2003)

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The efficient guy who did what he was told, without overcomplicating things.

He was there when a thug was needed – though, actually wasn’t an actor.

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Mike Holmes as ‘Mike’ – The Room (2003)

Mike Holmes as ‘Mike’ – The Room (2003)

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The one loosely acquaintance, who has the random honor of having sex with the hottest female role, while being a childish doofus with face acrobatics.

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Greg Sestero as ‘Mark’ – The Room (2003)

Greg Sestero as ‘Mark’ – The Room (2003)

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The one friend of a lunatic, forced to play the douchebag, but gave a shit and channeled his anger into creating the most ‘whatever’ attitude.

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Kyle Vogt as ‘Peter’ – The Room (2003)

Kyle Vogt as ‘Peter’ – The Room (2003)

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The one third (wheel) party character, only around for friend talks and absolutely non-effecting shenanigans.
Even these comic relief scenes make him more uncomical.

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Phillip Haldiman as “Denny” – The Room (2003)

Phillip Haldiman as “Denny” – The Room (2003)

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The tragically misunderstood man-child mascot of a movie, which had no creative solution for him.
So he became this impossible Gollum-creature, craving for security.

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Tommy Wiseau as actor, producer, writer and director – The Room (2003)

Tommy Wiseau as actor, producer, writer and director – The Room (2003)

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For a long time, this alien-like being was driving his desperate career blindly into the wall.
But in the long run, won mastermind status.

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Robyn Paris as ‚Michelle‘ – The Room (2003)

Robyn Paris as ‚Michelle‘ – The Room (2003)

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The ‘one that stands out’ beauty and mind who’s just there for money and fun.
With the least uncomfortable role, she fulfills her task excellently.

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Stone Temple Pilots (25.06.2019) STP EU Tour 2019 –  Live Music Hall, Köln DE

Stone Temple Pilots (25.06.2019) STP EU Tour 2019 – Live Music Hall, Köln DE

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Der Hitze-Zenith nach Mittsommer war für (damals) heiße kalifornische Grungeband genau die perfekte Melange zum Einheizen für gemischtaltriges Publikum.
Gelegentliche Funkensprünge wurden gut platziert.

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2001: A Space Odyssey (1968) – Stanley Kubrick

2001: A Space Odyssey (1968) – Stanley Kubrick

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Benchmark trip from a fantastic audio-visual realm that does not really clarify the slowly rotating Rubik´s Cube storyline that’s space-cold and trauma-like.

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The Virgin Suicides (1999) – Sofia Coppola

The Virgin Suicides (1999) – Sofia Coppola

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A clandestine teenage brothel run by hard loving parents who keep basking in God´s rain right where the moral crater seems to bleed the most.

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About Schmidt (2002) – Alexander Payne

About Schmidt (2002) – Alexander Payne

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First:
Watch NO SOUND
(just subtitles).

Next:
Watch w/ voices
(& excellent musical “commentary”).

This delivers Nicholson’s
“Lear/Quixote”
As SUPREME
(Max Sennett)

TRAGI-COMEDY.

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Mank (2020) – David Fincher

Mank (2020) – David Fincher

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Single most black & white modern period-film exquisitely monkey-grinding the royal Randolph hemp out of us with Reznor-sharp reel-changing monochromatic flair.

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64 (2019) – Hideo Yokoyama

64 (2019) – Hideo Yokoyama

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Im fernsten Osten, Land der Technik und Tradition, umspült der Wert von Ehre und Ansehen die Moral. Kontrolle ist staatlich genormter Puppenspieler der ineinandergreifenden Apparate.

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Cecil Beaton Exhibit – Kampa Museum. Prague, Czech Republic

Cecil Beaton Exhibit – Kampa Museum. Prague, Czech Republic

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In spite of “his” queenly-elegant, high-fashion posings of the “gifted class”,
his innate compassion evokes sincere smiles and matures him into Gary Cooper!

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Child Soldier: Creator of God (2020) – Greg Puciato

Child Soldier: Creator of God (2020) – Greg Puciato

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The dream of doing whatever you want after being released from strict band(-c)ages is the strength of this multi-colored song collection.

Songwriter ingenuity.

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Reluctant Hero (2020) – Killer Be Killed

Reluctant Hero (2020) – Killer Be Killed

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Improved chemistry between unique lead figures, coming from core, thrash and prog music.

Whether mid-tempo or full throttle, the formula works almost for itself.

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The Life and Death of Peter Sellers (2004) – Stephen Hopkins

The Life and Death of Peter Sellers (2004) – Stephen Hopkins

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Geoffrey Rushes his
Portayal of Proteus
Both amusing
And annihilating all
Significant others
(especially mothers),
But never
Pleased!
(Based-on book)

Don’t skip
Audio Commentaries!

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Silent Hill 3 OST (2003) – Akira Yamaoka

Silent Hill 3 OST (2003) – Akira Yamaoka

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Distressing sound corridors under a rainy post-rock ambience, passing gloomy funeral sirens into it’s wrinkling abyss of cold finality.

Visual dark rock, very unexpected.

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Bram Stoker’s Dracula (1992) – Francis Ford Coppola

Bram Stoker’s Dracula (1992) – Francis Ford Coppola

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Not even partially dubious casting could jinx this blood-ruby of classy kitsch—carved out of morbid fascination and respect for the franchise´s original outputs.

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Bram Stoker’s Dracula: Original Motion Picture Soundtrack (1992) – Wojyciech Kilar

Bram Stoker’s Dracula: Original Motion Picture Soundtrack (1992) – Wojyciech Kilar

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It turns & churns its lyrical core longingly while secreting stringed beauty made fragile again and again by dramatic orchestral chords that rage with urge.

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12 Rules for Life (2018) – Jordan B. Peterson

12 Rules for Life (2018) – Jordan B. Peterson

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The patient himself must triage between a somewhat morally stiff and judgemental narrative and another one directed to the self that´s sympathetic and truly helpful.

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The Graduate (1968) – Mike Nichols

The Graduate (1968) – Mike Nichols

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With youth one can hide from adulthood either by extending it or revisiting…but to escape it entirely, however: one has to try much harder.

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The Graduate (1968) – Simon & Garfunkel

The Graduate (1968) – Simon & Garfunkel

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Lukewarm ghostly at its wide-open churchy heart when not abruptly peacocking itself up with old lascivious grown-up lustre from nighttimes gone clandestinely wild.

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Bronson (2008) – Nicolas Winding Refn

Bronson (2008) – Nicolas Winding Refn

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Precious stone of modern independent cinema and character study “par excellence.” Hysterical, ballistic and mordantly fulminant. A truly stimulating example for period-films to come.

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Forever Becoming (2019 Remaster) – Pelican

Forever Becoming (2019 Remaster) – Pelican

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The nicely hooded underground of a metallurgic engine compiled by four instrumental members who are fast in repeating themselves well in aggressive shoulder-patting patterns.

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Black Frost (2019) – Nailed to Obscurity

Black Frost (2019) – Nailed to Obscurity

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Cool-covered dark matter album that pulsates with rhyming drums while guitars bend long and calm together between clear-gutter vocals in tension-releasing punctuation.

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Lords of Dogtown (2005) – Catherine Hardwicke

Lords of Dogtown (2005) – Catherine Hardwicke

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The original sparks that supernova-ed a whole industry that ludicrously although successfully reinvented both the wheel and how to become a music-free rockstar.

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Hospital Hallway Scene – The Exorcist III (1990)

Hospital Hallway Scene – The Exorcist III (1990)

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Fast zoom accompanied by a silence-piercing musical sting hits like a battering ram and leaves your heart throbbing in horrific awe.

Jump-scare masterclass.

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Maynard James Keenan (2020) – Joe Rogan Experience #1553

Maynard James Keenan (2020) – Joe Rogan Experience #1553

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Pair of big shots talking shit on modern radio like normal while acting like they don´t actually put their pants two legs at a time.

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One Hour Photo (2002) – Mark Romanek

One Hour Photo (2002) – Mark Romanek

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Uneventful eye-thriller meant to box-office fail despite helpful bad intentions. A film about film itself that looks immaculate but does not communicate well.

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Tabasco Mosquito Commercial project (1998) – Tabasco

Tabasco Mosquito Commercial project (1998) – Tabasco

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Every TV commercial should be exactly this long and at least this fun not to just suck the blood out of our lifetime and cash.

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Bronson (2008) – Original Motion Picture Soundtrack

Bronson (2008) – Original Motion Picture Soundtrack

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Evocative beyond repair dividing itself up with a greased-up tug-of-war between old and classic—both morbidly bound together with techno-dramatic ambiances.

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HOT Chicken Flavor Ramen 2x Spicy – Samyang

HOT Chicken Flavor Ramen 2x Spicy – Samyang

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This box of pa(i)ndora with its wickedly grinning amount of spiciness is the fastest (gimmicky) way to show someones endurance/ perseverance – the standard thai-procedure.

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I Disagree (2020) – Poppy

I Disagree (2020) – Poppy

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Take extravagant shock rock, spiced up with cool riffs, a pinch industrial pop and wrapped with sugar-sweet, refined bombast.
Voila; a popstar gone heavy.

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JS32T Rhoads BK Guitar – Jackson

JS32T Rhoads BK Guitar – Jackson

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This blackened sharp class model embodies the war cry-sound of the glorifying age of heavy distorted music where rebels and freaks turned into superstars.

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Unmountable Stairs (2014) – Witchrider

Unmountable Stairs (2014) – Witchrider

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An indirect-listening that can beautifully rock just so long as one does not pay too much attention. A promising commercial knockoff-band that’s decent.

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Mid90s (2018) – Jonah Hill

Mid90s (2018) – Jonah Hill

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Profound motion picture of short stature that proves itself large by showing with stunning, sympathetic sharpness how a pre-adolescent masochist jumps into intentional idiocy.

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“Hereditary – Movie Review” (2018) – Chris Stuckmann

“Hereditary – Movie Review” (2018) – Chris Stuckmann

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“Hey, you guys: me, me, me, me, me, me, me, me, me, me, me, me, me, me, me, me, me. This movie is about me.”

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Hereditary (Original Soundtrack Album) – Colin Stetson

Hereditary (Original Soundtrack Album) – Colin Stetson

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Rich and nerve-ended with high contrasts that slow-blend without wood, wind or ecclesiastical resistance underlining sudden silences the way jump-scare noises should.

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Hereditary (2018) – Ari Aster

Hereditary (2018) – Ari Aster

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Childhood-scary, sating and harrowingly haunting. It bends the mind in all directions while stiffing the body with soul-breaking terror that is just awesome.

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“Spaceship Bedroom Ambiance – Sleeping Quarter Stargazer (White Noise ASMR, Relaxation)” (2016)- The ASMR Geek

“Spaceship Bedroom Ambiance – Sleeping Quarter Stargazer (White Noise ASMR, Relaxation)” (2016)- The ASMR Geek

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Nerdy visuals and title aside this “autonomous sensory meridian response” video does reliably replay the perfect soundtrack for the thought-turbulent mind looking for clarity.

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Down on the Upside  (1996) – Soundgarden

Down on the Upside (1996) – Soundgarden

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Taut-tight effort from an established career-place where drums relentlessly support a steel-stringed trampoline for the instrumental human-voice to jump around ranges.

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Geneva (2009) – Russian Circles

Geneva (2009) – Russian Circles

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A sand-box full of metal pellets that get strained out by the end of an album which cauterises all wounds in instrumental song-form.

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John Carpenter´s Halloween (2017) – Trent Reznor & Atticus Ross

John Carpenter´s Halloween (2017) – Trent Reznor & Atticus Ross

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Popular-music covers tend to work their best when close to source material spawning thusly fresh spokes instead of an almost always shittier new wheel.

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Raging Wrath Of The Easter Bunny (2020) – Mr. Bungle

Raging Wrath Of The Easter Bunny (2020) – Mr. Bungle

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Heavy, raw but repolished highschool writing about social criticism. Sprinkled with self-references,  thrash anthem riffs from popular bands and played with lots of fun.

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Vistār (2019)- Amotik

Vistār (2019)- Amotik

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Bass based arachno-rythmic techno stylings from Berlin that heavily drum the ear as a last vibration-stop coming from the rich underground shaking below.

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Matthew McConaughey (2020)- Joe Rogan Experience #1552

Matthew McConaughey (2020)- Joe Rogan Experience #1552

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Everything more than just “alright, alright, alright” for the first hour up until religion and Huston, Texas are brought up as buzz-killing subjects respectively.

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“Mantra” (2013) Sound City – Real to Reel

“Mantra” (2013) Sound City – Real to Reel

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The slow turning sonic framework of experienced formulas firming each other up in mature cooperation. A compound-track that for once does not sound condescending.

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Becoming X (1996) – Sneaker Pimps

Becoming X (1996) – Sneaker Pimps

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Good bad-girl song-set that studiedly teases the strung-out listener with a sensually anaesthetic voice that slides gently while burning with revengeful lyrics.

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Dazed and Confused (1993) – Richard Linklater

Dazed and Confused (1993) – Richard Linklater

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Time-honored period-film that simply and independently pulls off a believable vintage-vibe by bringing out big nuances out of very small-town things.

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Borat Subsequent Moviefilm (2020) – Jason Woliner

Borat Subsequent Moviefilm (2020) – Jason Woliner

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Might be the worst sequel “ever to happen to a man or jew”, but its raunchy, manipulative heart still points generously in the right direction.

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Euphoria Morning (1999) – Chris Cornell

Euphoria Morning (1999) – Chris Cornell

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It sifts true, strong emotions through the punitive barriers of commercial expectancy—afloat from the then gouged-out Grounge that originally propelled this fallen angel.

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In the Aeroplane Over the Sea (1998) – Neutral Milk Hotel

In the Aeroplane Over the Sea (1998) – Neutral Milk Hotel

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Upbeat melancholy raft-ride that´s full of genuine quirkiness and maritime-saltiness that feels bittersweet and soberly sad. Trumpeting ever so slightly while floating around.

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Circumambulation (2013) – True Widow

Circumambulation (2013) – True Widow

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Deep, directional bass-foundation that hunters & gathers multiple singing flavors while firmly but timidly fermenting basically the same rhythm with the warmest of distortions.

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Black Celebration (1986) – Depeche Mode

Black Celebration (1986) – Depeche Mode

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Death is on the air mainlining darkness into the mainstream through a polyphonic set of prodigious sounds and patterns that gracefully stumble out of adolescence.

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The Disaster Artist (2013) – Greg Sestero, Tom Bissell

The Disaster Artist (2013) – Greg Sestero, Tom Bissell

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“What a story, Mark.“

The long overdue explanation of the black hole character of 2000‘s film industry called Tommy Wiseau and his hilariously catastrophic movie.

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Child Soldier: Creator of God (2020) – Greg Puciato

Child Soldier: Creator of God (2020) – Greg Puciato

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Transgressive-coersive effort that industrially scatters itself all over the place, deep-synthetizing just about anything standing its way while a versatile Sam Kinison sings.

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Bcd-2 (2008) – Basic Channel

Bcd-2 (2008) – Basic Channel

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Intense sounds and rhythms that are like feeling the beating pulse of several types of factory machines at work with a subwoofer-ed up stethoscope.

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Beasts of No Nation (2015) – Cary Joji Fukunaga

Beasts of No Nation (2015) – Cary Joji Fukunaga

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The automatic acid rain that comes with being a voiceless victim with no other choice but gravitational travesty. A perspective-enforcing film of monumental caliber.

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Memento (2000) – Chris Nolan

Memento (2000) – Chris Nolan

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Circular uphill post-amnesiac ride that prints itself out both in color and black & white while each new layer diagonally help us to remember.

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Good Omens (2006) – Terry Pratchett & Neil Gaiman

Good Omens (2006) – Terry Pratchett & Neil Gaiman

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Heavenly hellish.
Hilariously british.
A comedy bit for everyone, especially when you’re british and not so religious.
Narrated by your inner little Alan Rickman voice.

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Holy Roller – Spiritbox

Holy Roller – Spiritbox

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Excellent low-budget music video self-presentation that further & heavily exploits its innate-tentional limitations by adding a wonderful found-footage vibe to itself.

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To Sleep In A Sea Of Stars (2020) Christopher Paolini

To Sleep In A Sea Of Stars (2020) Christopher Paolini

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This thick monolith started immensely exciting and kidnapped me further into an emotion driven, alien luster space trip with no easy way back into reality.

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Ghosts V: Together (2020) – Nine Inch Nails

Ghosts V: Together (2020) – Nine Inch Nails

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Merely and really the mono-thematic ghost of the former “Ghosts I-IV” (2008) album. Diluted while stringed together by ludicrous cries for emotional positivity.

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Guidance (2016) – Russian Circles

Guidance (2016) – Russian Circles

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An instru-metal journey that positively both ascends and descends with heavy ease while knitting mind-deserts that stay tarp-ed under a sepia sky.

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The Piano (1993) – Jane Campion

The Piano (1993) – Jane Campion

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Kurt Cobain´s last watched film: kiwi period piece that is really about prostitution rather than repressed passions juicing through the colourful cracks of dark colonialism.

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Seventeen Seconds (1980) – The Cure

Seventeen Seconds (1980) – The Cure

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Remarkable techno-pop depth coming from an age-old youngblood with a voice that never changed and a background that should have stayed this pure.

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Station (2008) – Russian Circles

Station (2008) – Russian Circles

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The strict beauty of synchronised flight of heart & mind held together by sound in tragic camaraderie. Picking through the riffs of death & decency.

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Midsommar (2019) – Ari Aster

Midsommar (2019) – Ari Aster

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Cliches are nothing but dosed up bait in an artistic horror film of compensatory length that lightens up instead of darken while blooming us away.

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Synchronicity of Brian Posehn (Big Bang Theory), CA

Synchronicity of Brian Posehn (Big Bang Theory), CA

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Aus erstmaligem Blickkontakt nach Mr. Bungle Konzert konnte man den kalifornisch metallischen Fußabdrücken des Show-Darstellers folgen, welche einen Must-buy-Effekt seines Mediums erzeugten.

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Hanging out with Abe  (dr/Deftones) on 02/22/20  @Holy Diver, Sacramento, CA

Hanging out with Abe (dr/Deftones) on 02/22/20 @Holy Diver, Sacramento, CA

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A familiar pub vibe while being on the other side of that shiny Rockstar mirror with a guy, who might otherwise get on your nerves.

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Mr. Bungle Reunion Concert – 02/13/20 @ The Warfield,  San Francisco, CA

Mr. Bungle Reunion Concert – 02/13/20 @ The Warfield, San Francisco, CA

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Letzte Tourshow ihrer Art.
Reines Punk/ Thrash Allstar-Manifest, wo weder Langeweile noch schlechter Sound aufkamen.
Das ‚Warfield‘ war perfekt für dieses musikalisch historische Ereignis.

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Berghain Nightclub – Berlin, Germany

Berghain Nightclub – Berlin, Germany

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Best crèche I´ve ever been to. Disco biscuit selection extensive. Tantalising techno and tank tops, or lack of. Don´t think I´m the same after that.

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Harold and Maude (1971) –  Hal Ashby

Harold and Maude (1971) – Hal Ashby

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This film makes me believe in love. Connection that knows no age, class, or reason. Through each other’s love, both characters become their best selves.

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Berghain Nightclub – Berlin, Germany

Berghain Nightclub – Berlin, Germany

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Illegitimate children of Plato and Pandora unite on hallowed techno altar floating in chasmous powerhouse. Serotonin saturated oscillations; razor light beams pelt our naked souls.

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The Kitkat Club – Berlin

The Kitkat Club – Berlin

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Renowned diversity jamboree behind mad hatteresque door. Decent techno. Liebfraumilch and gimps who don’t care which pronouns you use. Lack of disco biscuits. Not Berghain.

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David‘s Deli Restaurant –  Union Square, San Francisco, CA

David‘s Deli Restaurant – Union Square, San Francisco, CA

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Hotel angebundener Breakfast,- Lunchtempel zwischen Himmel und Hölle. An der Theke sitzen, übergroße Portionen verspeisen und Pläne für den Tag schmieden stehen auf der Speisekarte.

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The Painted Ladies – Ashbury Heights, San Francisco, CA

The Painted Ladies – Ashbury Heights, San Francisco, CA

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Wunderbare Aussicht auf nah und fern dieser stilistisch originellen Stadt.
Dank Tunnelblick würden Touris selbst Elvis ausblenden.
‚Ladies‘ selber wirken heutzutage jedoch weniger „full“/ häuslich.

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Driving Miss Daisy (1989) – Bruce Beresford

Driving Miss Daisy (1989) – Bruce Beresford

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Widowed & wizened,
Jim-Crow-South,
Jewish-Princess “Outsider”
Enjoys commanding
Subordinate Blacks,

But learns to FEEL
Kinship w/ black chauffeur
While her son
Assimilates.

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The White Crow (2018) – Ralph Fiennes

The White Crow (2018) – Ralph Fiennes

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Judy sang “Born in a trunk”.
Rudy danced “Born on a train”.
Trunk or train, it’s an old refrain:
“Survival of the cutest on stage”.

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The White Crow (2018) – Ralph Fiennes

The White Crow (2018) – Ralph Fiennes

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“Equality & Fraternity” ?
NO.
“Liberty (w/ follow-spot)”
YES.

“I was born to excell.
(Let the rest go to Hell.)

Signed,

Nureyev,
“King of Ballet”

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The White Crow (2018) – Ralph Fiennes

The White Crow (2018) – Ralph Fiennes

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“For me, no more
‘Espree d’ cor’ ”
Says Rudy to
Soviet nursery.

“In Paris France
I’ll take my chance
For fancier pants
And fat-pursery.”

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The White Crow (2018) – Ralph Fiennes

The White Crow (2018) – Ralph Fiennes

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The Soviets expect gratitude from
a “lump of coal” they polished into
a diadem for their chandelier of
mock-French Ballet.

But Pinocchio renounces Gepetto.

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The Elevator @Awahnee Hotel, Yosemite National Park, CA

The Elevator @Awahnee Hotel, Yosemite National Park, CA

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Agressiv roter Blickfang nachdem man den ikonischen Eingangsbereich passiert hat.
Verstand spinnt automatisch ein sich links eröffnendes Blutszenario zusammen, welches ein Nähertreten unterbewusst erschwerlicher macht.

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Rolo Tomassi (30.07.19)  Summer Tour 2019 – MTC, Köln DE

Rolo Tomassi (30.07.19) Summer Tour 2019 – MTC, Köln DE

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Body and mind, in collision with their favorite music and erotic attraction, in a tight space.
You’ll suffer a joyful meltdown followed by lethargic recovery.

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Eternal Forward Motion (2019)  Employed To Serve

Eternal Forward Motion (2019) Employed To Serve

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Cold produced riff-core album, whose dissecting distortions and obnoxious grooves rock your skull from its anchoring.
However, lacking experimentation misses shot for genre-milestone.

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Code Orange (16.06.2019) The Hurt Will Go On – Luxor, Köln DE

Code Orange (16.06.2019) The Hurt Will Go On – Luxor, Köln DE

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Unkonventionelle Hardcoreband mit konventioneller Attitüde bringen die verhaltene Crowd im untaktisch gebauten Club zum angenehmen Violent-Pogo. Dank Gott für Daddy Issues und musikalischer Rebellion.

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Machine Head – The Blackening (2007)

Machine Head – The Blackening (2007)

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2000s Master Of Puppets – hate dripping riff monument and post 90s Metal anthem.
Celebrated likewise by ‚True‘ metalheads and prog snobs. All killer, no filler!

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Hürtgenwald – NRW, Germany

Hürtgenwald – NRW, Germany

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The sensory intensity that’s felt through the uncontrolled reactions of those who ancestrally better feel what the terror of such approaching nighttime could be like.

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Fuck it. Why not? – The Sandino Chronicles

Fuck it. Why not? – The Sandino Chronicles

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Just incase you wanted to know what it’s like here,
There’s a chicken camera projected on a TV in the living room.
Welcome to Sandino.

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Sandino World Improvement Network

Sandino World Improvement Network

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Friendly stoner viking on the couch. 24/7 chicken cam. Magical sausage factory with extraordinary carpets and a few too many volcano bongs. Return flights recommended.

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Blueprint for Armageddon – Dan Carlin

Blueprint for Armageddon – Dan Carlin

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A modern radio show that is definitely worth a dollar and however many sacrificial hours of lifetime this gentleman-and-a-scholar demands from us.

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Get the Sound-Musikhaus – Lichtenberg, Berlin

Get the Sound-Musikhaus – Lichtenberg, Berlin

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Uta, the cool saleslady in charge was not only intelligently unobtrusive, but went out of her way to bring us the instrument herself after-hours.

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Yamaha Arius S34 B

Yamaha Arius S34 B

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Unpretentiously elegant, distraction-free electric piano that plays the role of a servant rather than an ivory tower one has to climb up and worship.

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Opium

Opium

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Easier to procure in western Europe than a proper tradional pipe which would prevent overdosing on desperate consumption measures after failing to get famously high.

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Acid for the Children (2019) – Flea

Acid for the Children (2019) – Flea

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The audio form of this book never flees aways from emotional attachment while the author reads his own words with out-louding choked-up laughter.

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Hof Hauptbahnhof – Hof, Germany

Hof Hauptbahnhof – Hof, Germany

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Single most depressing Bavarian train station that sits strongly still, endorphin-free but not majesty-deprived. It reproaches itself with agonizing ghost-town building ferocity.

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German Sülze – First Time Tasting

German Sülze – First Time Tasting

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Very few acquired culinary tastes can act so quickly on a mind sitting close to an open stomach that awaits patiently in gelatinous timeless amber.

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Berliner ZOB (Central Bus Station) – Berlin, Germany

Berliner ZOB (Central Bus Station) – Berlin, Germany

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They kick you when you´re down and they Flix you when you feel dumb-enough already. A central hub that denies kindness to anybody within.

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The Irishman (2019) – Martin Scorsese

The Irishman (2019) – Martin Scorsese

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Crème de la crème of a celebrated lifetime of Midnight Espressos that cinematically pushes every right Benjamin-Button with medically accurate gore and passive wrath.

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Oliver James – Electric Toothbrush

Oliver James – Electric Toothbrush

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What could go wrong at 40.000 vibrations per minute? Nothing at all so far but the feeling of guilt for not having used this before.

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Gladiator (2000) – Ridley Scott

Gladiator (2000) – Ridley Scott

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Twist-less crowd winner that Hellraises Oliver’s lion-faced redemption out of bloodied vistas like a fat Phoenix that Reeds of condescending soundtracks and cutting.

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Colosseum – Rome, Italy

Colosseum – Rome, Italy

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Entertained? Sure: I couldn’t possibly be more inter-stained by the thick glory of a 2000-year old ruin that drools dreams of dormant brawls.

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Simply Market – Rome, Italy

Simply Market – Rome, Italy

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Simply & sickly bereft. Zombie apocalypse jokes? Simple to make from the outside, but no doubt a nightmare for those gladiators about to be engulfed.

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Squisito Cook – Rome, Italy

Squisito Cook – Rome, Italy

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In the shadow of the valley of shit: mannerless gouching of tourist-gore that kills all buzzes from all over the world. Shame in you.

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Rauch Bakery – Berlin, Germany

Rauch Bakery – Berlin, Germany

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Stressed-out little man whole-wheat sandwiched between two strong ladies who sport tattoos and run the show where the thickest sausages vanish always early.

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Sandino World Improvement Network – Berlin, Germany

Sandino World Improvement Network – Berlin, Germany

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A hostel run by a bunch of woke, very loveable social introverts and a viking cook. Love and good vibes all ’round…and beautiful chickens.

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Dennis Haysbert as a Student

Dennis Haysbert as a Student

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In high school Dennis Haysbert both acted & played football (note crutches). Here he grudgingly listens to “Camille”, notorious courtesan, who has “seduced” his son.

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Moonlight (2016) – Barry Jenkins

Moonlight (2016) – Barry Jenkins

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Born-queer little midnite-black-boy survivez Macho Cult-shure w/ brief fostering support & ritual “baptism”
Into a long
quest for
one
Tru
Luv.

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The Power & the Glory (1940) – Graham Greene

The Power & the Glory (1940) – Graham Greene

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The author leads us to FEEL the inner conflicts of a “whiskey priest” in Mexico when the government has condemned priests to apostasy or death.

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Happiness in Slavery (1994) – Nine Inch Nails

Happiness in Slavery (1994) – Nine Inch Nails

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I get the feeling that back then it would be weird not to break your instruments on stage so one just had to do it.

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Rosa Luxemburg & Karl Liebknecht 101-Year Memorial March (1.11.20) – Berlin, Germany

Rosa Luxemburg & Karl Liebknecht 101-Year Memorial March (1.11.20) – Berlin, Germany

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A very eager but meager chanting crowd for such a clear winter day in which manifested mantras were encased by a comically large police force.

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Freebase N,N-Dimethyltryptamine (DMT)

Freebase N,N-Dimethyltryptamine (DMT)

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Colorful perception-ride that feels bittersweet but too short despite all the promise and self-advertising. One’s guts keep being tested even after repeated use.

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El Camino: A Breaking Bad Movie (2019) – Vince Gilligan

El Camino: A Breaking Bad Movie (2019) – Vince Gilligan

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A pastrie-bone of an off-spinning movie for those nostalgic fans who for years waited long between seasons. A cultural phenomenon that gives back.

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Night Walk – Johnny M

Night Walk – Johnny M

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Surprisingly effective rhythmic assembly line by the Joseph Haydn of techno music. It slowly grows solid into the listener’s headspace until the promised “deep” arrives.

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Thursday (1998) – Skip Woods

Thursday (1998) – Skip Woods

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Brightly lit indie truffle full of good dialog with intimately framed characters who are strong in blood and flavor including the most fatal femme fatale.

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