21 Aug
From the talented minds of Cormac McCarthy & Ridley Scott

We posted the first teaser trailer for The Counselor back in June — the upcoming thriller written by the peerless Cormac McCarthy (he of The Road and No Country For Old Men) and directed by the occasionally great but spotty Ridley Scott. The Counselor is notable as it’s McCarthy’s first spec screenplay, which means he wrote [...]


Wow, this is one of those films that makes you glad Hollywood exists, which is pretty rare. Let’s start with the fact that it’s written by Cormac McCarthy, the Pulitzer Prize-winning author whose novels  No Country for Old Men and The Road were already adapted into excellent films (the former more so than the latter). But unlike [...]


12 Nov
Brad Pitt's zombie apocalypse film comes to life

The trailer to Brad Pitt’s upcoming post-apocalypse/zombie massacre film World War Z was released this weekend, and although a bunch of rumors have circulated of the film’s prenatal demise the trailer certainly looks promising. Written by Matthew Michael Carnahan and directed by Marc Forster, World War Z will open this summer on June 21, 2013. Surely [...]


Tokyo-born artist Takahashi Toshi (T Dog Junior) moved to London 11 years ago and began working at a Carnaby Street Jewelry shop. Since then he has been producing unique, handcrafted jewelry with precision and startling realness, and in 2004 launched Dog State jewelry specializing in modern skull and animal designs — along with some randomness [...]


16 Dec
Sean Penn + Brad Pitt + Terrence Malick = Awesome

I heart Terrence Malick…


21 Sep
Greg Gillis blows up Chicago, films behind-the-scenes for Pitchfork

Today PitchforkTV debuted their documentary covering Girl Talk’s much buzzed about New Year’s Eve concert in Chicago of this year. If you’ve ever seen Girl Talk (aka Greg Gillis) live, you know he’s one of the most energized, fist-in-the-air performers out there. The blood and sweat Pittsburgh’s favorite son pours into each show is undeniable, [...]

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