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Meaning Of Robots


Insane handcrafted robot porn.

“The benevolent Mike Sullivan, age 65, has been shooting an epic stop-motion robot sex film in his apartment for the last 10 years. Obsessed with constructing the miniature robot porn stars, his apartment now overflows with thousands of them.”

Directed by Matt Lenski

Wes Anderson’s Moonrise Kingdom


Starring Bruce Willis, Edward Norton, Bill Murray, Frances McDormand, Tilda Swinton, Jason Schwartzman, Jared Gilman, and Kara Hayward.

Opening May 2012



JP Auclair’s Street Segment from All.I.Can.

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The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey


Get psyched for December 2012


Shame is the second feature film from visual artist Steve McQueen, and like his previous work, Hunger, it is visceral and mesmerizing.

Set in Manhattan, the film follows Brandon (Michael Fassbender), a 30-something corporate executive, as he struggles with sex addiction. He has casual encounters with women he meets on the streets, hardcore sex with prostitutes and masturbates to double-anal videos he stores on his hard drive at work.

Though the NC-17 film is rife with sex—in full-frontal detail—there is little pleasure in it. Instead, Shame captures what it’s really like to live with sex addiction: Brandon is devastatingly lonely and emotionally shut off from the world. That is, until his chanteuse sister (Carey Mulligan) comes to live with him, further complicating his life and exposing his shame.

Through delicate cinematography, long takes and, most of all, Fassbender’s stellar performance, Shame is an intense personal journey that is as rattling as it is gorgeous.


Shame is now playing in select theaters. For when and where to see the film, visit Fox Searchlight

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“An intimate vérité portrait of the life and times of Josh “Skreech” Sandoval, a 23-year-old skate legend from the stagnant suburbs of Fullerton, California, DRAGONSLAYER takes the viewer through a golden SoCal haze of lost youth, broken homes and abandoned swimming pools, set to a soundtrack of bands from indie-rock labels Mexican Summer and Kemado Records-including Best Coast, Bipolar Bear, Children, Dungen, Jacuzzi Boys, Little Girls and The Soft Pack—as well as Death, The Germs and Thee Oh Sees.”

Playing the next two days (11/9,11/10) at Cinema Village in NYC, then it goes to LA and beyond.


A documentary by Ryan Hope about tattoo culture as high art

Into The Abyss: A Tale of Death, A Tale of Life


Werner Herzog has a new documentary coming out.

“a riveting examination of a horrible crime which probes the human psyche to explore why people kill—and why the state kills. In intimate conversations with those involved, including 28-year-old death row inmate Michael Perry (who was scheduled to dieight days after his interview with Herzog), the filmmaker achieves what he describes as “a gaze into the abyss of the human soul.” As he’s so often done before, Herzog’s investigation unveils layers of humanity, making an enlightening trip out of ominous territory.”


Weekend Watching: Martha Marcy May Marlene (Sponsored)

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Opening in select theaters today, Martha Marcy May Marlene stars Elizabeth Olsen as Martha, a damaged woman haunted by painful memories and increasing paranoia,who struggles to re-assimilate with her family after fleeing an abusive cult.

Watch the trailer in HD (recommended) after the jump

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Art Hard

Jim Denevan created the world’s largest artwork in southwestern Siberia on Lake Baikal. Spanning nine square miles, this documentary follows the two week process.

The film makes it debut at the Hamptons Film Festival this weekend and for those out there, this Sunday Jim Denevan will be creating one of his signature sand drawings on Georgica Beach on Sunday at 10am.

God Bless Ozzy Osbourne

See it tonight (8/29)

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