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oldirtypothead:

i wish i woulda been the age i am now when eminem was like this

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vicemag:


An off-beat and beguiling journey into the dark corners of the mind, Go Down Death is something you haven’t seen before. It was shot on black-and-white Super 16mm and filmed in 14 days in an old abandoned paint factory in Greenpoint, Brooklyn. The film feels like it was beamed from another plane of existence. It’s an ensemble piece that takes place entirely on constructed sets of decaying buildings that are inhabited by amputated soldiers, tone-deaf bar singers, child gravediggers, and shape-shifting doctors, all surrounded by an unseen, foreboding presence existing outside the frame.
It’s also the kind of rare filmmaking that sticks with you. I found myself recalling moments from the film—like the howling sound of the wind or a character muttering the line “Ghost haunt me, but I’ll haunt no one”—days after I’d seen it. Perhaps the film’s lasting quality can be attributed to its grim subject matter. There’s a lot of talk of death, disease, and the breakdown of the body. It’s all very exposed and vulnerable. You’ll probably find yourself feeling those qualities after the credits roll.

Do you remember when we interviewed the filmmaker behind Go Down Death a few months back? The film’s now out on iTunes. Check it out! 
fangirl221b:

madness-and-gods:

sickslickman:

There’s not even 19 billion people on the planet.
Meaning 12 billion people came back from the dead to like that post.
That’s the kind of power Stephen King has.

Reblogging again for the comment

That says 19 trillion, actually.
Meaning that 18 trillion 88 billion people came back from the dead to like that post.
That’s the kind of power Stephen King has.

tastefullyoffensive:

Bears Doing Human Things [via]

Previously: Before and After Pictures of Animals Growing Up

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perfectcruelty:

most important interview of all time

clacking:

officialmothman:

where is he going?

heaven

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