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RIP Carlin


The planet is fine. The people are f*cked. –George Carlin ( 1937-2008 ) Advertisements



There are barely a handful of artists whose music perfectly accentuates whatever state I’m in. The last time I was this moved by an album was when I listened to Jeff Buckley’s Grace for the first time; an underrated (by today’s general public I mean) masterpiece – the kind of music that slowly grows on […]

Heath Ledger (1979-2008) 28 years. Shit. Watching The Dark Knight will be so very surreal now.

“I am not afraid of death, I just don’t want to be there when it happens.” -Woody Allen A recent article on Wired points out that Sirtrius Pharmaceuticals treated diabetic mice by slowing their metabolism or simply by slowing down age related cellular breakdown. There have always been an umpteen number of articles on anti […]

The art of subtlety died with Keislowski. Unlike today’s filmmakers who underestimate the intelligence of the average person and burden their narratives with superficial dialogues and overly explanatory frames, Krzysztof Kieslowski left most insinuations for the audience to make. This makes the viewing of any Keislowski film a rich and rewarding experience. Trois Couleurs Trilogy […]

RIP Bergman


Ingmar Bergman (July 14, 1918 – July 30, 2007)

Just when you think things can’t get more disturbing, they do. “Those who do wrong have to die. Law does not recognize this but society punishes such people.” Wise words.