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HEALTH – “We Are Water” Music Video

I’ve fairly recently read a book about the hidden sexuality of Little Red Riding Hood through its surprisingly numerous and varied iterations. I don’t know if this video has anything to do with the themes of that book, but it seems to. It’s bloody. It’s sexual. There’s a man who could be a bit of...Read...
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YACHT – “The Afterlife” Music Video

If there’s anything to pull from YACHT, it’s a bunch of good quotes. With their new video for “The Afterlife,” the duo is simultaneously creepy and beautiful. Take it as you will. Just make sure to use this lovely YACHT-crafted mantra on your journey of life here. MANTRA: You do not go to death, death...Read...
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Works That Disturb, At Alphonse Berber Gallery.

Works That Disturb is an exhibition that continues through March 27th, 2010 at the Alphonse Berber in Berkeley, California. It certainly features some disturbing, wonderful things.   Annie McKnight‘s Untitled features bracelets made of… taxidermied mice. “Kim Ye‘s living sculptures connect artist and model, work and world in a collaborative act of animation. Crafted of...Read...
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Troy Gua! Fulcrum Gallery! Closing Reception! TONIGHT!

Head over to the Fulcrum Gallery in Tacoma tonight for the closing night of Monument, Troy Gua‘s current amazing show exploring the effects of war on, well, the human body. There’s also an artist talk going on tonight, which should be interesting. Reception starts at 6:00pm, but though it’s the closing reception, closing night isn’t...Read...
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Ego! Solo Show! Flatcolor Gallery!

Seattle-based artist Ego is one of the most technically-proficient street artists the city has seen as of late.   Nonetheless, one might be able to argue that Ego has defined his style of dark, detailed renderings of skully things and creepers so well that one can kind of expect more or less what to see...Read...
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Dead Snow (2009) Film Review

Directed by Tommy Wirkola If you like zombie movies, read only the bolded parts of this review. Dead Snow is a smart, funny, and overall impressive addition to the campy Zomedy subgenre. It doesn’t deviate from the formula, and throws hundreds and hundreds of zombies at our heroes, who range from valiant to imbecilic. All...Read...
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School Days With A Pig (2008) Film Review

School Days With A Pig is a film that begins initially with a delightfully cute premise yet veers into the territory of issues such as morality and death. Teacher Mr. Hoshi, played by Satoshi Tsumabuki, introduces to his class of sixth graders a young pig, and then asks them if they would be interested in...Read...
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