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[21 Apr 2012|07:24pm]
juhfybxtybq
Originally posted by murmuzyatina at http://murmuzyatina.livejournal.com/117014.html moreCollapse )
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hi!no delete please [20 Apr 2012|01:27am]
leninsbrain
Originally posted by nikitagretzky at что вы вы видите на этой картинке?
Originally posted by diak_kuraev at Как делаются сенсации
... Получилось, будто митрополит согласен с нацистской символикой...
Получилось что "митрополит согласен с нацистами" ?
На самом деле получилось что
1)нацисты согласны с митрополитами
2)Митрополитам похуй кого они ведут за собой
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COVENANT LIVE at QXT's This Saturday, October 9th [07 Oct 2010|11:45am]

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COVENANT Live at QXT's - Saturday, October 9th (Next Weekend!!) [02 Oct 2010|01:42am]

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Living Dead Dolls Event At QXT's Coming Soon!! [26 Aug 2010|09:17am]

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FOR MORE INFORMATION:
QXT's Official Site

Living Dead Dolls Official Site

Candylust Official Site

QXT's
248 Mulberry St.
Newark, NJ 07102
http://www.qxts-nj.com
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Four Freaky Fetish Favorites PHilly & NYC [04 Nov 2008|05:38pm]

mythix
Wicked Fridays (Weekly,Philly) Doc Watson's 216 South 11th St. (between Walnut & Locust)

Kulture Shock First Fridays(Nov 7th Monthly,Philly) Doc Watson's 216 South 11th St. (between Walnut & Locust)

Emancipation (Nov.13th Bi-Weekly, NYC) @ HK 405 W 39th St. (between 9th Ave. & Dyer Ave.)

Diabolique Ball VII(Nov. 22Annual, Philly) @ Shampoo Willow St. ?(between 7th and 8th)


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S¦¦ÖÇK +¦¦êRÅ P¥ FIRST FIRDAY CYBER FETISH PHILLY ¼2K8 [23 Dec 2007|09:09am]

mythix
[ mood | Kinky ]

S¦¦ÖÇK +¦¦êRÅ P¥ FIRST FIRDAY CYBER FETISH PHILLY ¼2K8

THE FUTURIST COALITION PRESENTS....





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DVDs for Sale [28 Jun 2007|04:43pm]

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I'm new, here's my introduction ... [26 May 2007|08:44pm]

ballroom_pink
[ mood | drained ]

FAVORITES
actors: Clive Owen, Jack Lemmon, Alan Rickman, Bill Murray
actresses: Katharine Hepburn, Diane Keaton, Emma Thompson, Shirley Henderson
directors: Robert Altman, Billy Wilder, Wes Anderson, Sofia Coppola, Woody Allen
movies: The Apartment, Holiday, Sense and Sensibility, Dick, Gosford Park, Searching for Bobby Fisher, Rushmore, Annie Hall, The Godfather trilogy, Nashville, Playing By Heart

LAST...
movie you watched: The Queen -- finally got around to renting it and as much as I love Helen Mirren, it really didn't live up to the hype, but I thought Michael Sheen's performance was great
foreign movie you watched: Un homme et une femme
movie viewed at a film festival: can't remember, something about Japanese dunes
movie you saw in theaters: Grindhouse -- Zoe Bell is awesome

NEXT...
movie you want to watch: Knocked Up -- I would follow Judd Apatow and company anywhere; Hairspray; and Hot Fuzz
movie you hope will bomb: all summer blockbusters

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Hi I'm new [12 Apr 2007|10:34am]

circlelimit
FAVORITES

actors: Anatoli Solonitsyn, Robert de Niro
actresses: Liv Ullman, Mia Farrow

Personally I'm not too big on particular actors/actresses, so I find it hard to name specific ones. I can appreciate a good performance when I see it (e.g. Liv Ullman in Scenes from a Marriage or Autumn Sonata) but I don't really watch films for specific actors.

directors: Darren Aronofsky, Andrei Tarkovsky, Sergei Paradjanov, Ingmar Bergman, Woody Allen, Martin Scorsese
movies: Solaris (both versions), The Fountain, The Legend of Suram Fortress, Pi, Stalker, Kundun, Apocalypse Now, 2001: A Space Odyssey, Aguirre: The Wrath of God, The Original Star Wars Trilogy, The Lord of the Rings Trilogy


LAST....
movie you watched: Steven Soderbergh's Solaris. I really loved it.
foreign movie you watched: I'm assuming you mean non-American film? Halfway through Why Has Bodhidharma Left for the East? by Bae Yong-kyun.
movie viewed at a film festival: Dombivli Fast by Nishikant Kamat
movie you saw in theatres: Darren Aronofsky's The Fountain. I've decided that it's my current favourite film, because it's the film that has affected me the most powerfully.

NEXT....
movie you want to watch: Hoping to finish Why Has Bodhidharma Left for the East? actually. And then moving on to Mizoguchi's Ugetsu.
movie you hope will bomb: Nothing in particular. I just wish all unoriginal, purely made for money movies would cease being produced.

While I'm here I thought I would link to an Andrei Tarkovsky community I recently created. As I noticed that he is one of the interests listed in this comm's userinfo, I thought there would be at least a few people here who would appreciate his work.

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DVDs for Sale on Ebay [15 Mar 2007|09:22am]

djdysfunction
- A TALE OF TWO SISTERS - 2 DISC Special Edition (New, Unopened)

- VITAL - Tartan Asia Extreme DVD

- TOMIE DVD

- 6 DVD Lot - Rush Hour (Factory Sealed), The Great Escape, Waking Ned Devine, Bedazzled, Living with Tigers, Talk Radio,
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Movie Reviewers Wanted [28 Feb 2007|11:12am]

djdysfunction
I've been doing movie reviews for a magazine called Indie In-Tune for quite some time now. I helped get the movies section added to the magazine, but I'm going to be taking a leave of absence and it's going to leave that section in dire need of additional writers for movie reviews. It's not a paying gig, but some of you who write reviews for Live Journal do a great job, and this would be a good opportunity to let more people see your writing. If you're interested, contact Bob Donovan at: jobs@northeastintune.com

You can check out the magazine here

As you can see, the movies section is quite lean, so this would also be a chance for you to help build it up to be a major section of the magazine.
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[26 Feb 2007|04:53pm]

watercloset
If you have a lot of time to kill and want to take this survey, it's in two parts:

Part I
Part II

So, if you complete the whole thing, which will take quite a bit of time, and want to post it, you might have to do so on two different entries or host it somewhere else, because the whole thing is too large for one entry I found out.

Have fun!
listen/speak

new to the community [16 Feb 2007|04:51pm]

slumberingblue
and to start I would like to post a link to a recent project:

I submitted a film to the shifting baselines film festival, with music by emulsion.
It has been approved and currently has a 5 star rating.

please visit the site and put your vote in....

clickity click

PS: the name of the project is Yemanja (currently its in the 3rd slot on the first page; however, this might change by the time you get there so please be sure to scroll through, Thanks!!)
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[03 Oct 2006|05:01pm]

grapesodacarl
Come join allinittogether

For fans of Terry Gilliam's films.
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scott and scott productions. [02 Oct 2006|03:32pm]

eleanorruby
introduction.Collapse )

in our senior year of high school, my friend megan and i began making no-budget films. they are always unscripted and tend to be campy, strange, amusing, and often disturbing. it's been three years since our first attempt at filmmaking, and now we have a few under our belt.

i am most proud of the one we filmed last night entitled the mischievous man (guy) with a plan, which can be found on our youtube directors' page:
scott and scott productions.

if you have any questions or feedback, feel free to speak up. however, keep in mind that our films are usually satirical (therefore, the "bad" acting and ridiculous plotlines are intentional). enjoy!
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New Emo Site OPEN! [22 Sep 2006|05:08pm]

orsonwelles
Some of you may remember the original 'how to be: emo'. Now... the website for the reimagined 'how to be: emo' is online and ready for you to check out! Its full of trailers, character & story information and 'how to be: emo' downloads. I hope a person can find themselves wanting to join the forum as well whilst they look thru the site. If you can become a part of what we are doing on the forum that would be such a great help to all our artists! On the forum you will be able to talk to all the cast and crew about the on goings of the film. A community like this might find an interest in that.

Please check it out! Thank you,

Xtian
Director

ps. You will be able to post the trailers on your websites/myspace very shortly.

http://www.whatsemo.com
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[21 Sep 2006|09:46pm]

juktmicronics
Does anyone know where I can find the Spanish version of Moon River that is sung in the movie "Bad Education"?
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Peliculas [07 Jul 2006|03:17am]

mispeliculas
FAVORITES
actors: James Stewart, Max von Sydow, Klaus Kinski
actresses: not anna karina
directors: Alejandro Jodorowsky, Chris Cunningham, Robert Altman, Werner Herzog, Ingmar Bergman
movies: 3 women, wild strawberries, spellbound, el topo, badlands

LAST....
movie you watched: faces by john cassavetes
foreign movie you watched: virdiana by Luis Bunuel
movie viewed at a film festival: Bodysong
movie you saw in theatres: can't remember

NEXT....
movie you want to watch: a good one
movie you hope will bomb: superman and everything else in the theatres
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[29 Jun 2006|11:24pm]

die_olsen_twins
So, I was flipping through the channels, and a movie on IFC called "May" caught my eye. This was the program description:
"Unable to make friends, a young woman goes on a killing spree and assembles body parts to construct a companion."Holy shit, right? So I watched a little of it before my mom and sister started whining that it was creepy and made me change it.
I was wondering if anyone here had seen it and if it was worth my time and money netflix-ing it.
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