Friday Five :: Cinematic Kissing
Love Removal Machine :: The Cult "Fell to the red room because she was there, uh-huh-huh-huh, a scarlet woman, she got me in fear, yeah, yeah, yeah. She said, do all those things that you do to me, you know what I mean, boy; Do all those things that you do to me, yeah." Fucking love this song Friday
The Philadelphia Story (1940) Written by Donald Ogden Stewart, Waldo Salt and Philip Barry (original playwright) Directed by George Cukor “What’s this? Is it my book?” ~ Macaulay Connor “Yes.” ~ C. K. Dexter Haven “C. K. Dexter Haven you have unsuspected depth!” ~ Macaulay Connor “Thanks, old chap.” ~ C. K. Dexter Haven “But have you read it?” ~ Macaulay Connor “When I was trying to stop drinking, I read anything.” ~ C. K. Dexter Haven “And did you stop drinking?” ~ Macaulay Connor “Yes. Your book didn’t do it though.” ~ C. K. Dexter Haven
"We talk about it all night long, we define our moral ground, but when I crawl into your arms, everything, it comes tumbling down." (#ThrowbackThursday – old writing of mine) Untitled by me originally written in September 2004 You may think I forget how your name looks written next to mine the way our words …
Quintessential Albums :: Nightcrawler (2006) :: Pete Yorn
What makes an unforgettable movie soundtrack? Is it the mix of songs that are collected and offered up to take home and play, evoking the memories of scenes and characters every time you listen? Does the right soundtrack elevate the movie its from, sometimes taking on a life of its own, or at times is a good soundtrack even better than the film itself? For me, my favorite movie soundtracks play like a well-crafted mix or playlist. The songs start and fade, weaving together into something seamless, that delights and surprises.
"The night was all you had, you ran into the night from all you had, found yourself a path upon the ground; you ran into the night you can’t be found."
Don't Shoot :: Keep Art Alive :: 10 Questions Project
My Top 5 New Releases :: Weeks of May 11, 18 and 25
1408 (2007) Written by Matt Greenberg, Scott Alexander, Larry Karaszewski and Stephen King (short story) Directed by Mikael Håfström “You do drink don’t you?” ~ Gerald Olin “Of course. I just said I was a writer.” ~ Mike Enslin