A tangle of corpse paint, murky ideologies, and total atonal extremity, this is music for the committed outsider.
A self-absorbed artist fights with his girlfriend and prepares to make “Significant Art.” Includes the experimental film Blackgoat, though Carl F Gauze doesn’t necessarily think this is a good thing.
Don’t let the low budget fool you. Joshua von Brown delivers one-liners to remember in this wildly clever absurdist film.
It’s easy to be jealous, but it’s probably better to follow Damon and Naomi’s example of growing up and growing awesome in a musical genre overcrowded with manchildren, the ins and outs of which can be glimpsed on the 1001 Nights DVD.
We follow singing sensation Rosie Thomas on tour and see how nicely everyone gets along.
A low key documentary of modern high school life.
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