Friday, November 13, 2015

Maureen O'Hara


October 2015

Michelle Phillips

A day in the life, Nov 12

A day in the life, Nov 12, Regensburg by night

Magdalena Wrobel

New Stuff: The Wire

Who's That Girl?

Photographer: Germaine Krull

Erykah Badu


October 2015

Julia Suszfalak

ph: Thomas Krappitz


Regensburg, October 2015

Louise Van De Vorst

ph: Christian Blanchard

A day in the life, Nov 11

A day in the life, Nov 11, Santa Claus is coming to town

Madi Blampied

ph: Christian Blanchard

New York

Broadway, New York City, 1950s

Barbara Palvin

ph: Krisztián Éder

First Lines: Eric Ambler - A Coffin for Dimitrios

A Frenchman named Chamfort, who should have known better, once said that chance wasa nickname for Providence.

Vera Vasilyeva

ph: Dima Fedyaev


October 2015


A day in the life, Nov 10

A day in the life, Nov 10, at home

Bettie Page

La cage dorée (2013)

A working-class Portuguese couple in Paris have become so indispensable that they’re afraid to tell their employers they’d like to return to their homeland.

Likable, but rather unassuming light comedy with a lively cast, which makes it worth the watch.

Who's That Girl?

Art: Jean-Antoine Nollet

Aamito Stacie Lagum


October 2015

Asia Argento

Window faces

Regensburg, October 2015

Maja Latinovic

A day in the life, Nov 9

A day in the life, Nov 9, everyday racism

Lolita Lvova

ph: Rex Tsui

New York

“A Llama in Times Square.” Photograph by Inge Morath, 1957

Shalom Harlow

ph: Carter Smith

First Lines: Thomas Harris - The Silence of the Lambs

Behavioral science, the FBI section that deals with serial murder, is on the bottom floor of the Academy building in Quantico, half-buried in the earth.

Amber Le Bon

ph: Aorta


October 2015

Thursday, November 12, 2015

Daria Sergeeva

A day in the life, Nov 8

A day in the life, Nov 8, in Wels, Austria

Charlie Bredal

ph: Henrik Bülow

New Stuff: Nohno

Longtime internet pals' new album.

Daria Sayapina

World Without End (1956)

Astronauts returning from a voyage to Mars are caught in a time warp and are propelled into a post-Apocalyptic Earth populated by mutants.

Mediocre, but mildy entertaining sci-fi yarn; lots of laughable moments,  the audacity to 'civilize' a 500 years advanced society with 50s machismo included.

Halliwell (no star): "Reasonably lively sci-fi with horror elements, and a plot borrowed from H.G. Wells."

Maltin**1/2: "Pretty good sci-fi owes more than a little to H.G. Wells' The Time Machine."

Chris Noel

New Stuff: Neutral Milk Hotel

A legendary album: finally a part of my collection.

Megane Erbani

New Stuff: Rabenschwarze Intelligenz

A book about the intelligence of crows.

Kiki Boreel

ph: Mathieu Vladimir Alliard

New Stuff: Wold Eyes

Great new Wolf Eyes' album!