Scenes from the 1992 Robert Zemeckis black comedy, Death Becomes Her (with Goldie Hawn, Meryl Streep and Isabella Rossellini).
From the album Kittenz and Thee Glitz (City Rockers, 2002).
One of the most beautifully orchestrated of all Morrissey’s abject songs about self-pity. From the 1992 album, Your Arsenal.
Linda Stupart wrote this about Reeva Steenkamp, and also the YOU DECIDE billboard and corpses and objects and women.
Since Valentine’s Day everyone has been talking about the murder of Reeva Steenkamp, although rarely in those terms. We know that her boyfriend, Oscar Pistorius, shot her four times and killed her while she was behind a locked door in their bathroom in a gated estate. We know that he has a history of domestic violence, a penchant for shooting things. We know absolutely everything about his extensive sporting achievements. The main thing, however, that we know about Steenkamp is that she was a model, and that she was really hot.
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From the album Buried Dreams (1988).
Clips used for video: L’Eden et Après (1970), Glissements Progressifs du Plaisir (1974), La Belle Captive (1983) – Alain Robbe-Grillet
TOUCHING is a 1969 short film by Paul Sharits.
“There are moments in cinematic art when the narrative of the film is subjectively implied and subsequently written by the viewer. While this is common to most structural and lyrical films in the experimental genre, none hits louder than T,O,U,C,H,I,N,G, an angry and demonic piece that simultaneously lulls you into awareness and hypnotizes you into an emotive overload.”
This video is from the VHS compilation 23 Eazy Pieces (copyright 1990 by Home Video Club.) The song is from the compilation album Drastic Perversions and the video is by John Zewizz.
From the first volume of the infamous “Female Ninjas Magic Chronicles” series (1991). Oyui shows a band of Iga ninja what’s up her wizard sleeve.