If you are a fan of 1970s/1980s slow burn horror, low on gore, high on psychological suspense, this indie might be a retro genre flick that delivers a solid, funky nostalgia booster shot. The opening delivers perfect graininess consistent with the period as it was shot (almost) entirely on 16mm film stock.
Today, as we’ve done for the last couple hundred years and some, we’re fighting a war of ideologies where the goal is to cultivate the opinions of the people thorough politics and emotive rhetoric.
Town squares, all across the nation are flourishing in a resurgence of an experience and culture that is uniquely America.
What if I ventured to quirky motels across America to photograph and document my experiences? HONY meets the scenic routes of the largely unknown and oft missed gems that some call home away from home.
Finally! I’m finally getting all my handwritten notes of my current nonfiction in progress into my favorite writing application called Scrivener.
The second track, Oblivion at 00:54 punches you square in the face and says, “THIS IS MIDLAKE! Now sit back, have a smoke, relax and enjoy the journey”. It is magical sorcery, mixing together misty harmonies with deeply warm layers of mysterious instruments.
Some point within the past year, I woke up and felt a nudge to check out the so-called ‘darknet’ and the websites that can be found there. I wanted to know what it is, and what it is not, for there are myths aplenty scattered across the ‘surface web’ about it, and almost all of it bad. What actually exists within the darknet? Danger, violence, drugs, really, really bad pornography, super-illegal stuff for sale, I thought. And that’s not entirely untrue …
InSight, short for Interior Exploration using Seismic Investigations, Geodesy and Heat Transport is designed to study Mars’ crust, mantle, and core. Scheduled to land Monday, 26 Nov, noon Pacific.
This is us, and this is the only home we’ve ever known. https://youtu.be/nod7rUzIX8w
“Music is pleasing not only because of the sound but because of the silence that is in it: without the alternation of sound and silence there would be no rhythm.”