From the very first opening titles, written in a Germanic font that immediately conjures everything from “Triumph of the Will” to images of big-busted ladies screaming in campy close-up in 1970s cheapie horrors (it may be the only time in Cannes that a film got a big laugh for a typeface) it’s perfectly clear that the Jim Jarmusch in whose company we’re about to spend a couple of hours is not the wilfully obscure surrealist of “The Limits of Control,” nor the considered, melancholic philosopher behind “Dead Man,” nor even the oddball ragtag troubadour of “Down By Law.” In fact, “Only Lovers Left Alive,” Jarmusch’s take on the vampire myth starring recent muse Tilda Swinton and Tom “fast becoming everyone’s favorite actor” Hiddleston, finds the maverick filmmaker on playful, referential and mischievous form with hugely enjoyable, if not exactly weighty or important, results.
krikor jabotian haute couture 2013
“And that is my view about God”
can we talk about nbc hannibal’s tags for a second
because i just
sassiest official blog of anything i have ever followed everyone go home
Hannigram. That’s awesome.
the worst feeling about trying to draw is being a mediocre artist. You realize you’re not terrible and family and friends who can’t draw at all tell you all the time how amazing you are, but you, as the artist, have seen what amazing really is and you realize that it isn’t you.
lol mediocres unite
We’re Only the Irish Coffee Owl Between 9 and 5
Thursday night seems to be food show night on free to air tv in Oz, and it most definately is in my house. LOVE my food shows. Tonight a new one started on SBS, Little Paris Kitchen. The host/chef Rachel Khoo is adorable and charming and cooks the most amazing things in her tiny apartment/former restaurant. If you like your food shows, definately worth a look in.
Above is her segment about Croque Madame Muffins - a recipe I will be trying very soon.