1. Public Catalog of Shame: Movies Watched July 2014

    NOTES: July sucked. Elaborating on that would just be whining. 

    I am trying to change up how I do things. I switched back to writing in a notebook instead of just working on the computer. And between going back to Scanners and rereading some comics — I guess I’m trying to spend some time with/fall back in love with some of the stuff I consider important. I don’t know how that’s going. Maybe time to go back to the well on the key texts. I have some movies (Terminator being the big example), that I try not to watch for years. I want to keep some things special. Which is also why I only allow my husband to have anal sex with me on christmas eve. 


    1. The Ninth Gate (1999), dir. Roman Polanski
    2. Four Times That Night (1972), dir. Mario Bava
    3. Eating Raoul (1982), dir. Paul Bartel
    4. Night of the Comet (1985), dir. Thomas Eberhardt
    5. Subway (1985), dir. Luc Besson
    6. The Discreet Charm of the Bourgeoisie (1972), dir. Luis Bunuel
    7. Touch of Sin (2013), dir. Jia Zhangke
    8. Nikita (1990), dir. Luc Besson
    9. Le Dernier Combat (1983), dir. Luc Besson
    10. Transformers 4: Age of Extinction (2014), dir. Michael Bay
    11. Scanners (1981), dir. David Cronenberg - All time favorite, top 5 dead or alive status.
    12. Scanners (1981), dir. David Cronenberg (2)
    13. Angel Heart (1987), dir. Alan Parker
    14. The Island (2005), dir. BAY
    15. Young Man With a Horn (1950), dir. Michael Curtiz
    16. In Hell (2003), dir. Ringo Lam
    17. Maximum Risk (1996), dir. Ringo Lam
    18. Autoerotic (2011), dir. Joe Swanberg & Adam Wingard
    19. The Italian Job (1969), dir. Peter Collinson

    20. Army of Shadows (1969), dir. Jean Pierre Melville
    21. Escape Plan (2013), dir. Mikael Halfstrom
    22. Undisputed (2002), dir. Walter Hill


    • Terminator Vault by Ian Nathan
    • King City by Brandon Graham

    • Intron Depot 1 by Masamune Shirow
    • Slan by A.E.Van Vogt (still reading)
  2. 3 masters degrees in the room.

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    HEY YOU GUYS, there’s a new episode of the only movie podcast made for humans to listen to, Travis Bickle on the Riviera. This week Tucker Stone and Sean Witzke are joined by Jason Michelitch to discuss the following: 3 James Bond movies including On Her Majesty’s Secret Service, From Russian With Love, & Casino Royale, Transformers 4: The Good One & Transformers 3: The One With The Skyscraper Dcene, Tony Scott’s Domino, and 24: Live Another Day.

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  7. Going back to working in notebooks. Always remember: De Palma would laugh at your weak shit.

    Treat your heroes like Crom.

  8. Hey you, there’s a new movie podcast our here in the world that was never there before. There’s only one, and it’s named Travis Bickle on the Riviera. This week, Tugger Stone and Sawn Witzke are here to talk to you about Tracy Anderson yoga Pants, 30 for 30 Espn documentaries, Eating Raoul, Edge of Tomorrow, The Rover, the Magificent Seven, Touch of Sin, Jennifer Anniston, and JACK BAUER. Check it out here. 

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  9. View from my grandparent’s porch. 

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