Selasa, 30 November 2010



anja! the layers! the bag! the boots!
just look at the jacket-- gahh + the sweater ♥
paired with that bag (!) + with the boots, it makes an unexpectedly cool look.
would have never thought of it myself.

power suit

fallen magazine #6

John Flynn - The Outfit (1973)

A two-bit criminal takes on the Mafia to avenge his brother's death in this drama based on a novel by Richard Stark (Donald E. Westlake). Earl Macklin (Robert Duvall) is a small time criminal who is released from prison after an unsuccessful bank robbery only to discover that a pair of gunmen killed his brother. As it turns out, the bank that Earl and his brother hit was controlled by gangster Mailer (Robert Ryan). Macklin learns that he's on the mob's hit list as well, so he teams up with his old partner Cody (Joe Don Baker) to take on Mailer and his second in command, Jake Menner (Timothy Carey). The Outfit also features a top-notch supporting cast, including Karen Black, Sheree North, Joanna Cassidy, Richard Jaeckel, and Anita O'Day; Marie Windsor and Elisha Cook, Jr. also appear, 18 years after their memorable turn together in The Killing. Outfit.1973.John Flynn.avi
no pass

J. Lee Thompson - The Reincarnation of Peter Proud (1975)

What if you could remember the details of a past life? And what if you found that in that past life you were a total dick? Such is the fate of Peter Proud (Michael Sarrazin) whose past life has come back to haunt him. J. Lee Thompson (director of the original 1962 Cape Fear) directed this offbeat sexed-up thriller and really gives us a great taste of 70's culture. The outstanding cast also features a pre-Superman and Amityville Horror Margot Kidder and Jennifer O'Neill, star of Lucio Fulci's Sette Note in Nero and Luchino Visconti's last film L'Innocente.

When college professor Peter Proud begins to experience flashbacks from a previous incarnation, he is mysteriously drawn to a place he has never been before but which is troublingly familiar. As if drawn to her by cosmic force, he soon finds himself unwittingly in the company of his previous incarnation's wife. This woman, Marcia Curtis, recognizes in Peter startling characteristics which he shares with her dead husband, Jeff. Even the sound of his voice seems at times to be that of the dead man. Peter becomes romantically drawn to Ann Curtis who is or was his daughter (Jeff and Marcia's daughter). Recognizing the incestuous nature of their relationship, Mrs. Curtis tries to keep the two young people apart. But how? Must she reveal the terrible secret of the final minutes she shared with her husband in order to keep this man from her (their?) daughter?

obligatory smoking shot

no pass

Corrado Farina - Hanno cambiato faccia AKA They've Changed Faces (1971)

IMDb user comment:

Cool-as-hell parable on evils of capitalism.

Vampires are the real BAD guys (i.e. corporate honchos feeding on much more than blood) in this satirical, quirky outing. Visually stunning, with a main character who goes by the name of Giovanni Nosferatu... not to forget an army of white, man-eating utility cars from hell (just forget wimpy, musty ole bats!)... I mean, how can you go wrong?
 cambiato faccia.avi cambiato

1,09 Gb
no pass

Christoph Dreher - Pop Odyssee 2 - House of the Rising Punk (1998)

Warhol and Velvert Underground with Lou Reed, th Ramones, Sid Vicious, sex Pistols, even Rotten, the Stooges and Iggy, Debbie Harry, Television,Everyone!!!!!....”With exclusive footage of the legendary movers and shakers that played there. Plus, recollections from the likes of Richard Hell, Tom Verlaine, Patti Smith and Dee Dee Ramone...It's an explosive mix of people and events that really did make the walls of the city shake!." of rising punk .avi
no pass

José Val del Omar - Tríptico Elemental de España (1960)

José Val del Omar (Granada 1904 - Madrid 1982)

With an extraordinary artistic and technological talent, Val del Omar was a ''believer in cinema'' inspired by new horizons that he formulated in the term PLAT – representing the totalizing concept of a ''Picto-Luminic-Audio-Tactile'' art – apart from being a contemporary and a comrade of Lorca, Cernuda, Renau, Zambrano and other figures of a Silver Age of the Spanish culture, interrupted by the Civil War. In 1928 he anticipated various of his most characteristic techniques, including the ''apanoramic overflow of the image'' beyond the limits of the screen, and the concept of ''tactile vision''. These techniques. and those of ''diaphonic sound'' and other explorations in the field of electro-acoustics, would be applied in his Tríptico Elemental de España [Elementary Tryptich of Spain], begun in 1953 and only finished after his death. His work and tenacious research activity – quite against any tendency of misunderstanding and forgetfulness – did not begin to be rediscovered until shortly before his death, though it has constituted the beginning of a renaissance that continues to draw followers. ''Endless'', as he would put at the end of his films.ño galaico (Val del Omar, 1961-82) DVDRip.avi granadino (Val del Omar, 1955) DVDRip.avi en Castilla (Val del Omar, 1960) DVDRip.avión de Granada (Val del Omar, 1953) DVDRip.avi

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no pass
Language:Spanish (almost without dialogs)

Anthony Spinelli - Suckula (1973)

(review from IMDB):
In a comedic sex pulp men's magazine format, in a very "Monty Python" style, the entire film is told from the position of a news reporter named "George Smutnam" in New York, relating the strange Vampiric happenings in Los Angeles, compiled by adventurous cameramen at great risk to themselves, chronicling alleged Vampire activity.

From the phallic cologne bottle commercial featuring masturbating model "Laura-Jean", to the efforts of Dracula / Suckula {the fanged actor actually has a necktie instead of the usual bow-tie} seducing several maidens, and indulging in both mutually-pleasurable oral and blood fetishes {particularly a very talented young lady with a perfectly-placed Devil's Mark}; an amusing Folger's coffee commercial featuring a couple sharing their intimate relations; to "Sandra Van Ocre" {a hilariously mustached man in drag} for an abrupt interview with "Rodney Alucard the 3rd", a direct descendant of Count Dracula. Then on to a parody of those "Go see Cal" Worthington car ads, complete with modified lyrics and a Negro slave girl; then back to Sandra for an interview with a female vampire named "Moona Lisa" who virtually cannibalizes her/him; now please view your monitor for another seemingly gratuitous scene of a couple having sex, when the girl surprisingly turns into a vampire; then a final exchange with Sandra who meets a predictably temporary demise by the fangs of Alucard and Moona.

no pass



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