I thought of a story and rushed to reach the end too soon :: VOTD

Primary :: The Cure from the album, Faith Primary┬áis the only single from The Cure’s third studio album Faith, released in 1981 on Fiction Records. It was the first song by The Cure to be remixed as a separate extended mix for release on 12″ single. In fact, the original 12″ extended mix is, to this day, still only available on the original 12″ single, which has never been reproduced on any other album, making it quite a rare item. The song is unusual in that both Simon Gallup and Robert Smith play bass, with the effects pedals on Smith’s … Continue reading I thought of a story and rushed to reach the end too soon :: VOTD

Can’t anybody see? :: SOTD

Keep Art Alive :: “Persphone’s Scream” :: Art by Margarita Georgiadis “Never found our way, regardless of what they say.” A few nights ago I had a dream that I was in the middle of the desert, stark and wide-open, nothing but the sand and the dark night sky surrounded me, standing in the middle of a deserted road. The night was arid and cool. My skin was at pin-prickled attention, and I felt that ripple of fear pass through me, the way it used to when I would walk home alone as a child, far past when the street … Continue reading Can’t anybody see? :: SOTD

My Top 300 Movies :: 241-245

241. Raiders of the Lost Ark I had just returned home from Summer camp when my Mom told me we were off to the Cinedome (my favorite theater growing up) to see Raiders of the Lost Ark. I was still heart-deep in my hopelessly devoted crush on Han Solo, so I was beyond excited to see him as Indiana Jones. I loved him in it, but even moreso, I loved the character of Marian, how tough she was, like Princess Leia and Wonder Woman (my heroes at the time). “Inevitable“ “Throw me the idol.” Trailer 242. Edward Scissorhands Everything about … Continue reading My Top 300 Movies :: 241-245