Top 10 Punks on Film
Sophia Satchell Baeza
“I created Punk for this day and age… I’m like a Sid Vicious for a new generation” says Avril Lavigne. Before ‘punk’ became something you bought in Claire’s Accessories next to the gold hoop earrings, it was a very viable force of anarchy in music, politics – and film. For example, the punk aesthetic inspired a short-lived guerrilla filmmaking period in downtown New York in the late ’70s called the No Wave movement, from which emerged such luminaries as Steve Buscemi, Jim Jarmusch, and Blondie. Here’s our list of the top ten punks on film
Movie Posters of the Month
This month, as with most other months, there’s been a copious amount of awful – and we mean stinking – movie posters; all dark and dreary, evidently attempting to rehash The Dark Knight Rises poster, which wasn’t really any good in the first place, was it? Fear not, though, because we’ve managed to lasso five of this month’s sexiest posters together
5 Reasons We’re Convinced Human Cloning Exists…
I’m super excited about the release of Zero Dark Thirty this week, starring the extremely talented and beautiful Bryce Dallas Howard. No wait, Jessica Chastain. No, Bryce Dallas Howard. Damn it. It’s just really hard to tell those two apart sometimes.