movies to consider

winner of grand prize at sundance

“faced with her father’s fading health and environmental changes that release an army of prehistoric creatures called aurochs, six-year-old Hushpuppy leaves her Delta-community home in search of her mother.”

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vice guide to north korea

Shane Smith of VICE in North Korea

lately, i’ve become obsessed with knowing everything that VICE has to teach me. in the span of 2 weeks i think i tried to watch every single one of the “VICE’s Guide to(insert blank)”. probably one of their best known and most interesting is when co-founder and executive producer, shane smith, snuck into north korean. super interesting if you’re into that sort of thing:

part 1:

part 2:

part 3:

illegal (awesome) treehouses in whistler

so unbelievably cool

effects of drugs and alcohol on wood spiders

beer nerd video of the day

“the american beer revival”

2 minute quick history of the past 100 years of beer nerdiness

 

successful alcoholics

“successful alcoholics” by jordan vogt-roberts

a 2010 short starring TJ MIller, Lizzy Caplan, Nick Kroll,  and Tony Hale to name a few. the beginning is  hilarious, but its also surprisingly touching. its been to over 30 festivals including sundance and sxsw and even won the best comedic short at LES film festival this year

(via the worlds best ever)

the best documentary ever?

well.. maybe not but this was actually my favorite movie sophomore year of high school. the 1991 documentary about the red hot chili peppers recording blood sugar sex magik (still one of the best records ever i’m convinced).

funky monks:

frat house

an unreleased HBO documentary by todd phillips (who was director of old school and the hangover)

(via the worlds best ever)

what are you doing tonight?

The premise is simple. Go to different areas of the city and ask people: What are you doing tonight?” (via ANIMAL)

my favorite one is staten island, although my favorite person is the old lady from christopher street. i love new york.

christopher street:

staten island: 

harlem: 

february playlist

reptar “sebastian” one of my favorite bands. this is their new single off their upcoming album

miami horror “i look to you (featuring kimbra)” is it friday yet?!

 

cold war kids “mine is yours (passion pit remix)” there is a special place in my heart for one indie darling remixing another. better than the original.

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