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Cyrus (2010) Film Review

Directors: Jay Duplass and Mark Duplass USA, 2010 Brothers, and Cyrus co-directors, Jay and Mark Duplass have not shied away from their stated intent to make ‘genre films.’ It’s an odd conceit from a duo who’ve been lumped in with the for-better-or-worse-entitled ‘mumblecore’ movement; a style more prone to moody atmospheres and sparse dialog than showboat character...Read...
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“Stupid Has A New Hero,” Says Charming Baker.

UK artist Charming Baker is a funny dude, and it certainly comes through in his artwork. Take, for instance, his latest exhibiton, which features a painting of Michelle Obama with her face stitched together like a jigsaw and four rabbit paintings that have been shot through with a shotgun. Show details: NYSG, 154 Stanton Street...Read...
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Monsters And Marilyns With Jesse Lenz! Genius! Genius! Glorious!

What happens when you mix two familiar faces together? The result can be scary, we’ve learned, from those image-generating programs that mash two adults together to create warped, inbred-looking potential children. But somehow illustrator Jesse Lenz has mixed Andy Warhol‘s iconic image of Marilyn Monroe with creatures like Frankenstein and dictators like Chairman Mao to...Read...
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Hot Chip – I Feel Better Music Video

If Hot Chip was meaning to pull the wool over our eyes with thisvideo, the first minute of it certainly does the trick. Autotune? Boy band stylings? I seriously had to reconsider whether or not this was the same Hot Chip I’ve known and loved. Halfway through, it is revealed that yes, apparently this is...Read...
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New Works By Travis Lampe At Rotofugi Gallery.

Travis Lampe never ceases to amaze, really, and some of his new works, featuring silk screened frames (genius!) are snapshots from twisted fairytales. Raft Of The Sunset Chuckles II (Inspired by Théodore Géricault’s The Raft of the Medusa), Acrylic on Wood with Silkscreened Frame, 8″x8″ Death of Mr. Frond (Inspired by Jaques-Louis David’s The Death...Read...
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Neill Cameron, A to Z!

Neill Cameron illustrates and alliterates his way from A to Z with his series, The A-Z Of Awesomeness. All of them feature zaniness and popular comic book or pop culture references. A couple of my favorites are below; please visit his website to see the rest.
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The Good, The Bad, The Weird (2008) Film Review

From its opening train hijacking sequence to its creative opening credits, The Good, The Bad, The Weird seemed like a film that would be right up my alley. The first few minutes were so enjoyable that I was quite sure that the goofy, highly stylized film would be one of my new favorites. Well, that...Read...
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