cinephiliabeyond:

“It was the possibility of doing a purely cinematic film. You have an immobilized man looking out. That’s one part of the film. The second part shows what he sees and the third part shows how he reacts. This is actually the purest expression of a cinematic idea.” —Alfred Hitchcock

cinephiliabeyond:

“It was the possibility of doing a purely cinematic film. You have an immobilized man looking out. That’s one part of the film. The second part shows what he sees and the third part shows how he reacts. This is actually the purest expression of a cinematic idea.” —Alfred Hitchcock

James Ellroy in conversation about new novel PERFIDIA

James Ellroy in conversation about new novel PERFIDIA

Black Widow by Noto

hellomuller:

Every ZERO cover design to date, made with Michael Walsh, Becky Cloonan, Chris Burnham, Paul Pope, Tradd Moore, Christian Ward, Mateus Santolouco, Morgan Jeske, Will Tempest, Vanesa R. Del Rey, Francesco Francavilla, Nick Dragotta, Cameron Stewart, Matt Taylor, Sean Phillips, Jorge Coelho, Tonči Zonjić, and Michael Gaydos.
ZERO Vol. 2: AT THE HEART OF IT ALL is available at your local comic and book store, at Amazon (US / CA / UK) and digitally at Image Comics online and Comixology (US / UK).
ZERO Vol. 1: AN EMERGENCY is available at your local comic and book store, at Amazon (US / CA / UK) and digitally at Comixology (US / UK).

hellomuller:

Every ZERO cover design to date, made with Michael Walsh, Becky Cloonan, Chris Burnham, Paul Pope, Tradd Moore, Christian Ward, Mateus Santolouco, Morgan Jeske, Will Tempest, Vanesa R. Del Rey, Francesco Francavilla, Nick Dragotta, Cameron Stewart, Matt Taylor, Sean Phillips, Jorge Coelho, Tonči Zonjić, and Michael Gaydos.

ZERO Vol. 2: AT THE HEART OF IT ALL is available at your local comic and book store, at Amazon (US / CA / UK) and digitally at Image Comics online and Comixology (US / UK).

ZERO Vol. 1: AN EMERGENCY is available at your local comic and book store, at Amazon (US / CA / UK) and digitally at Comixology (US / UK).

Children of the Machine - September 2025 from Rapid Eye Studios on Vimeo.

The average American spends about 11 hours a day on digital media; connected to the Internet (and each other) through devices and underground wires. It’s not hard to imagine that some day all this will be under our skin. RFID implants aren’t just the stuff of Sci-Fi anymore. They’re already out there being tested.

Microchip implants promise (scarily) to make everything knowable, trackable: forever found. They also promise new ways of getting lost. In the second video installment from Children of the Machine, we look at what happens when the Internet gets under our skin.

This is Winona, 14, from Malibu, CA. The year is 2025.

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cinephiliabeyond:

PLAYBOY sent Contributing Editor Stephen Rebello, who last interviewed Samuel L. Jackson, to catch up with Fincher in his cavernous Hollywood production offices housed in a swank 1920s art deco former bank that later served as a location in L.A. Confidential. Reports Rebello: “You meet David Fincher and know instantly you’ve been scanned, processed and judged either ‘quick’ or ‘dead.’ He doesn’t suffer fools. But instead of the cool, brusque, detached man some have described, he struck me as gracious, smart as hell, drolly funny and armed with a lethal dry wit. Tell him you like his films, for instance, and he shoots back, ‘Well, it’s always nice to meet new perverts.’ Back at you, Fincher.” Photography by Marius Bugge.
Playboy Interview: David Fincher. Yay!

cinephiliabeyond:

PLAYBOY sent Contributing Editor Stephen Rebello, who last interviewed Samuel L. Jackson, to catch up with Fincher in his cavernous Hollywood production offices housed in a swank 1920s art deco former bank that later served as a location in L.A. Confidential. Reports Rebello: “You meet David Fincher and know instantly you’ve been scanned, processed and judged either ‘quick’ or ‘dead.’ He doesn’t suffer fools. But instead of the cool, brusque, detached man some have described, he struck me as gracious, smart as hell, drolly funny and armed with a lethal dry wit. Tell him you like his films, for instance, and he shoots back, ‘Well, it’s always nice to meet new perverts.’ Back at you, Fincher.” Photography by Marius Bugge.

Playboy Interview: David Fincher. Yay!

Murdered by Charles Manson’s followers in her prime, the world can only speculate what could have been for Sharon Tate

(typography and design by Unauthorized Media)

frenchcinema:

L’Année dernière à Marienbad (Alain Resnais, 1961) in color.

(via wandrlust)

brianmichaelbendis:

Adam Hughes Clea/Strange print 

Dr. Strange & Clea had the dopest stories in the early 80s

brianmichaelbendis:

Adam Hughes Clea/Strange print 

Dr. Strange & Clea had the dopest stories in the early 80s

toxicnotebook:

Toxicnotebook Recommends: Journey Into Mystery #646-655

When the latest crop of beasties beset Asgard, our sword-slinging heroine leads the battle charge - but that no-holds-barred zeal for glory may be the very thing that brings the realm down around her winged helm! Finding herself newly minted with an ancient version of the Berzerker spell, Sif returns to an unsuspecting Midgard…and with no patience for relative peace, starts putting out fires with gasoline! And things heat up even further when our heroine falls in with a group of brutal Asgardian savages - and joins them in their millennia-old battle against monsters! But can the berzerkers keep their bloodlust in check?

Journey Into Mystery, one of Marvel’s most metal books, is written by Kathryn Immonen and drawn by Valerio Schiti & Matteo Scalera. After Asgardia is set on fire again, the Lady Sif is damn tired of her homeland being torn apart over and over and over. Determined to become a better protector of Asgardia, Sif seeks out an ancient secret that turns Asgardian warriors into something…more.

Quite possibly my favorite Marvel book EVER, Sif’s Journey Into Mystery is a ridiculous fun romp with a lead character who has a heart of gold and a fist of soild steel. The writing is tight, the art is really gorgeous, and I will never, ever be over the fact this run ONLY LASTED TEN ISSUES. HOW. HOW DID THIS NOT SELL WELL, THIS IS A GREAT EXAMPLE OF MARVEL AT THEIR BEST.

Completed: Yes
Publisher: Marvel
Level of Violence: Low to moderate, and on the cartoony side
How long will I be bitter over its cancelation: haha don’t talk to me
For fans of: Red Sonja, Xena: Warrior Princess, Fearless Defenders, The Fearless, Big Barda (possibly), The Defenders (both volumes, but moreso vol 1), Heralds, Rat Queens, Walter Simonson’s Thor run, Women of War anthology, Chicks in Chainmail series.

Where to buy: Comixology: here; Amazon: Vol 1 Vol 2; BN: Vol 1 Vol 2.

See more recs here! Intro post to this series

(via toxicnotebook)