links for 2006-04-16

8 thoughts on “links for 2006-04-16”

  1. So there will be a real moon landing this time. Real because the Van Allen belt seems to do no real damage to electronics. Anti-communism flights can also nulify the belt.

  2. “Meshes of the Afternoon” is a “hugely important experimental film”?
    I’ll take your word for it, Mr. Ellis, but thanks for the link to
    “Hearts of Age”. Isn’t Spider’s Warm Up a letdown? Who’s interested
    in cursing and banalities?

  3. Maya Deren clearly had some impact on David Lynch at the very least.
    She was an interesting character- a New York based dancer and experimental film-maker who visited Haiti and became seriously interested in voodoo. Her book on the subject, “Divine Horsemen: the Living Gods of Haiti” is worth a read.

  4. I always imagined Spider’s voice to sound like soft gravel and booze. If I were Internet Hesuess, I would be sort of freaked out. Imagine waking up to that guy like in the Burger King “King” commercials.

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