Finally got my scans back from the Chicago film. It was a cool, foggy day when we made our way across the city last month gawking and taking these photos. I shot these with my Nikon Lite Touch 120 Zoom and Ilford HP5.
Legend has it that Miami Vice was born when the President of NBC, whom I (unfairly and probably incorrectly) like to imagine deep in the throes of a head-spinning fugue state around 11:30 in the morning on day 3 of a coke binge in the summer of 1984, scrawled the words “MTV Cops” onContinue reading “Discount Movie Review: Thoughtless Violence in Hell’s Kitchen”
I am working on an essay with photos about my recent trip to the Bahamas, but, until then, enjoy these film shots from the streets of Nassau. Shot on 35mm 200 ISO Fujifilm (the cheap stuff) with my Canon WP-1. I love this camera.
Finally got around to working with the analog photos from the trip to Atlanta I took way back last year. Single exposures taken with a Canon AE-1 and ISO 200 Fujifilm.
Straight Outta Compton is a film obsessed with its own history, as though viewers are listening to a deep conversation between Dr. Dre, Ice Cube, and their own reflections in the bathroom mirror about where they’ve been and how they got there. But what is their argument?
Dope captures the fracturing of the twentieth-century’s colonial order better than any film in recent memory. No, really.
This, then, is the wage of postmodern capital: a wholly predictable haunted house, a ham-fisted and cynical rumination on mortality mediated by basic cable spiritualism, and an open door for the next commodity in the series to enter the pop culture milieu.