Pic Related and The Shining
I'd say this fits The Shining a bit more
I haven't heard op's album but I agree that this is pretty fitting
Pic related, Fight Club
(not a perfect fit I know but the best I can think of atm)
This album has always reminded me of Magnolia
also good fits
Agree and disagree. I think this fits really well.
I actually watched melancholia with this playing low in the background, had it fade in really slowly to match the painfully slow start to the film.
Huh. Just so happens I really like both this film and doom drone. Gonna have to give this a shot.
Can't think of a specific one, but I'm almost sure it would be a European film about teenagers.
>Maybe the third season of Skins
no fucking way, are you joking?
Strawberry Jam isn't a still-life poem that uses the dettached coldness of industrialism as a metaphor for the variable horrors of birth and nursing, Eraserhead would be closer to Throbbing Gristle, SPK, or some of the more musique-concrete leaning Krautrock like Cluster or Faust.
As far as AnCo albums go, I feel like Hollinndagain, STG,STV, Danse Manatee, or Here Comes the Indian are closer. What made you pick that one?
I want a film to R+7 or Replica
I also like the caretaker very much but havent seen thw shinning hmmm
is it on american netflix?
Midori - Shoujo Tsubaki
A Scanner Darkly.
Pic related is Videodrome.
I think Money Store fits better.Both are dark and griddy, but still commercially efficient to have normal people watching/listening to it, though still having a deeper side to it, that fans love to dig into. Both revolves around darkness in yourself and wants to push your psycological limit. In a way they both inspire you to change the way you think about yourself as a human being and gives you a new perspective to the world we live in.
Both of those have had a big impact on me
no fucking way, more like some Tarantino movie. Loved by plebs who think they're a bit cooler than the biggest plebs who only like MPP
Strawberry Jam is Reservoir Dogs
MPP is Pulp Fiction
leyland kirby<33 hauntingly beautiful.. would kill just to have one album of his on vinyl.dumb expensive.. but.. what about a Clockwork Orange??
because they're both classic masterpieces
Henry: Portrait of a Serial Killer
like the film I find the album almost horrifying at times and quite dream-like, there's a bunch of imagery throughout the album that coincides with the protagonist's fantasies. Also the album cover reminds me of the baby's guts spewing out.
fuck no, what the fuck, henry is diry and war and gritty, darkness chilly and brewing calmly and fresh (not in the sense of original, in the sense it feels like swimming in a lake or something)