Tony Scott's lesbian vampire classic The Hunger was released 35 years ago yesterday, and so we're scissoring ourselves into the celebration - click over to The Film Experience to pick your sexy sapphic poison.
OH MY BOB I didn't realize that Funko's TWIN PEAKS figures were on sale already YOU WILL BE MINEEEEE https://t.co/CCvhAJgGcg #TwinPeaks pic.twitter.com/a6AsPBvuzf— Jason Adams (@JAMNPP) September 4, 2017
PPJ: I don't want to disempower you. If you want
disempowerment, you go back to mother India.
See how they treat women there. Or didn't you notice all
those little ultrasounds beeping away? So that people can
say, "Oh, my God, it's a girl!" And flush her out of the border.
Ruth: They're more honest.
PJ: Excuse me?
Ruth: They're more honest in their hatred of women!
PJ: I don't hate women. I love ladies.
Ruth: Ha! Ladies. You wouldn't know any. I bet you date
little barbie dolls, don't you? "Oh you so brainy!
You're so big! Can I suck your dick?" Can I be alone now?
Giles: Oh! God, to be young and beautiful.
If I could go back to when I was 18 - I didn't know anything
about anything - I'd give myself a bit of advice.
Elisa: [in sign language] What would you say?
Giles: I would say: Take better care of your teeth
and fuck, a lot more. [Elisa smiles and gently nudges him]
Giles: Oh no, no, that's very good advice.
“A Patriot” takes place in a future authoritarian state that has walled itself away from a world ravaged by climate chaos and resource wars. The story follows the unquestioning Border Corp Captain — played by Green — as she fights to defend the purity of the population, until a chance discovery makes her doubt the authorities she has pledged her allegiance and life to protect."
You're going to have to excuse me for a minute— Jason Adams (@JAMNPP) April 27, 2018
This picture of Riz Ahmed & Ed Skrein has winded me pic.twitter.com/RSohBSDHqd
All of my immediate future plans are as of now cancelled so I can refresh @MetrographNYC every five seconds until tickets for their DARIO ARGENTO series go on sale pic.twitter.com/DMVeGMN5bT— Jason Adams (@JAMNPP) April 26, 2018
"[The film] will feature Law as a businessman who brings his American wife and kids home to Britain to pursue new business opportunities, only to be plunged into despair as their unaffordable new life in an English manor threatens to destroy the family. As the eerie isolation of the house divides the family, each member descends into a self-destructive cycle, leaving everyone unsure if the clan will survive.".
KaKay: Personally, I never subscribed to that old
Egyptian custom. At least I think it was Egypt.
Cary: What Egyptian custom?
Kay: Of walling up the widow alive in the funeral chamber
of her dead husband along with all of his other possessions.
The theory being that she was his possession too so she was
supposed to journey into death with him. And the community
saw to it that she did. Course that doesn't happen anymore.
Cary: Doesn't it? Well, perhaps not in Egypt.
Start the fucking Oscar campaign for Mary Elizabeth Winstead right now #Tribeca2018 #AllAboutNina pic.twitter.com/kbRwPvIkWz— Jason Adams (@JAMNPP) April 24, 2018