Stalker

“The Past Is Just a Story We Are Telling Ourselves.”                                                                             Advertisements

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Nico 1988

 A Biopic About Nico By Moze Halperin       When it’s announced that a figure with a famed history is getting a biopic, it of course feels a. inevitable, b. secretly kinda exciting insomuch as it prompts internal dream-casting brainstorms, and also prompts the often very unmet hope that perhaps this could be one of those biopic that doesn’t suck, and c. […]

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Warhol’s Bio/Recent Movie Deal

Above: Andy Warhol and Victor Bockris, New York Mudd Club, 1978©Marcia Resnick Interview with Victor Bockris Following my review of Andy Warhol’s biography by Victor Bockris, I was pleased to know that the author himself was kind enough to grant me an interview regarding the book itself as well as the recent deal that was made regarding […]

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Smash the Control Images!

Now there are some ideas that have been germinating in my mind for a while.. I can’t say how long because it’s not a very definite thought but rather an evolving one. I have hesitated to talk about it since I know for sure that a lot of people are going to go sort of […]

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Bull and The Ugly Spirit

Call Me Burroughs: A Life by Barry Miles Just finished reading the latest Burroughs’ biography ”Call Me Burroughs: A Life by Barry Miles and I was so enthusiastic about it I had a hard time putting it down. Just to give you an idea the intro consist in simply telling this (true) story in which Burroughs tries to get rid of […]

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Ridley Scott/Number 6

The Prisoner  The Prisoner (known only as Number Six) is a former government agent who has abruptly resigned from his job and finds himself imprisoned in an idyllic yet bizarre seaside village isolated from the world by the sea and mountains where his captors try to find out why he abruptly resigned from his job. Number […]

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Porn Star John Holmes

Wonderland/Down the Rabbit Hole THE RABBIT Some Boogie Nights can take more of you than you can afford to give. I guess Holmes could have said like Iggy  in Cry for Love ”Sometimes my self-respect took second place”. Now let’s be clear, this is not about sex is a bad thing and going all ”judge mental” […]

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Deep Throat

Deep Inside the Deepest Throat  Starring the famous Linda Lovelace and Harry Reems Deep Throat was produced by no other than the now infamous New-York mobster Anthony  ”Big Tony” Peraino, an officially made man from the Profaci family whom obviously could throw a lot of weight around since he was well over 300 pounds. He became […]

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TERMINAL BAR

70s Times Square Pimps and Prostitutes From 1972 to 1982, Sheldon Nadelman (now 80!) worked as a bartender at the “roughest bar in town”—Terminal Bar, directly across from the Port Authority. When he wasn’t pouring drinks, Nadelman was taking photographs of his patrons. He had good material: as one regular put it, “through these doors […]

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