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  • The Addiction

    The Addiction


    episode of Frasier where he smokes weed and plays with knives and goes to church and becomes a goth soundcloud rapper, but without jokes

  • Tobacco Road

    Tobacco Road


    if Beckett made The Road, or cormac mccarthy made The Bed Sitting Room. weird, bleak, post-apocalyptic, absolutely deranged, brutal, magnificent. the most subversive use of hymn singing ive ever seen in a movie. someone on here described george lucas as a combination of Eisenstein + Walt Disney, well thats this movie too. it would make such a great double bill with The Old and the New. in fact this film makes the case for real subsumption even better. the more…

  • Douche après le bain

    Douche après le bain

    like a Muybridge film. he would have done this as scientific research, very serious business. naked means science

  • Muybridge Revisited

    Muybridge Revisited

    To every generation their own Muybridge

  • Max Takes a Bath

    Max Takes a Bath


    We are all max linder being carried away in a bath by the police

  • Max's First Job

    Max's First Job


    Was max an influence on t. s. eliot? The Love Song of J. Alfred Prufrock?? i think so

  • Skyscrapers


    Can u really be said to be "starting" a fight when even the camera crew calls u "Dago" Pete like its nothing? ...this war started centuries ago!!!!!

  • Un jour de paye

    Un jour de paye

    The sufferings of Job in a desert of swine

  • Untitled Kinetoscope Comedy

    Untitled Kinetoscope Comedy

    black lightning

  • Venice 70: Future Reloaded

    Venice 70: Future Reloaded


  • A Visit to Peek Frean and Co.'s Biscuit Works

    A Visit to Peek Frean and Co.'s Biscuit Works


    Watched this one genuinely open-mouthed. Where did they film this, on the fucking moon??? 100 years later, industrialized factory production still seems hyper-modern, like science fiction, more beautiful, fantastical and diabolical than anything in The Merry Frolics of Satan (which i had just perused)

  • The Moonshiner

    The Moonshiner


    The first really beautiful of these early narrative films ive seen, almost like a Straub-Huillet in the light and wind in the trees and play of moving leaves and dappled sunlight over the road.