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Dogs, man. Dogs.
This was actually way harder than I thought it’d be. Ha ha.
There goes the neighborhood.
Whoa. Nothing, Trash Talk, and Body Count all on the same bill?? This show will be epic.
What the fuck is Jewel’s Catch One though?? Never even heard of it.
Hung some new (f)art in our home. We got our kickass Milliner wedding poster framed and hung at the top of the stairs next to our Italian House By The Cemetery 2-sheet. And got our Italian La Casa 3/Ghosthouse locandia framed and hung in the upstairs hallway underneath our killer Munk One Night of the Living Dead print.
10 of my favorite followers have to do this. I’m way too apathetic to send you messages. If you think you’re one of my favorites, you’re probably right*, so go for it.
Before theaters were nationwide chains, every small town and bustling city had its own unique cinemas and theaters.
In an effort to chronicle these iconic American buildings, photographer Stefanie Klavens has been roaming the country documenting the ones that still remain.
These are gorgeous. The Fine Arts theatre (second picture) is just a few blocks away from where Rachel and I live. Unfortunately it’s been shuttered for quite some time. It’s still in real great shape though, and the owners currently trying to sell it. Really wish I had the money to buy it.
The official poster for The Guest has come to visit. The latest effort form You’re Next director Adam Wingard and writer Simon Barrett moves into theaters on September 17.
Its cast includes Dan Stevens (Downton Abbey), Leland Orser (Taken), Lance Reddick (Fringe), Ethan Embry (Can’t Hardly Wait) and Joel David Moore (Hatchet).
Rachel and I are going to a screening of this next Thursday with Adam Wingard and Simon Barrett in person. So excited!!!
TBT: high school graduation night, June 1993. Me (rockin the Dead Kennedy’s shirt) with Aaron Fabbri, Ethan Ellis, Hannah Hall, Shane Saucedo, JJ Jackson, and Aaron Asher. #tbt #throwbackthursday
Nevermind the fact that she’s WAY off about the facts of the case. The amount of ignorance here is astounding.
God bless Facebook for allowing people to show their true selves.
tl;dr People are the worst.
The Life and Times “Maserati” live at The Oasis
This song is SO sick. No coincidence that it totally sounds like a Maserati song.
Tonight on the big screen! So excited to see this movie for the very first time. (at The Cinefamily)
Some interesting facts here…I wasn’t aware of most of these.
I saw this movie opening night in San Francisco and instantly fell in love with it. I was in town with some high school friends for Lollapalooza, and we decided to check the movie out the night before the concert. One friend in particular was horrified by the film and absolutely hated everything about it.
I eventually saw the movie 13 times in theatres.