Beasts

by Samantha ~ July 11th, 2012. Filed under: miscellaneous magic.

Ryan & I went to see Beasts of the Southern Wild the other day, and it was so hypnotic and beautiful that I had to share it here. I don’t think I’ve ever seen a film quite like it before.

We still haven’t had a chance to see Moonlight Kingdom, but something tells me I’m going to be mesmerized by that one, too.

Related Posts Plugin for WordPress, Blogger...
Share on Facebook

4 Responses to Beasts

  1. ~T.

    I checked the Tube: BEASTS looks excellent. Please keep the recommendations coming. I’ve come quite quickly to value your opinion where arts & culture are concerned. … ‘ts why I’m here. I stumbled onto your website a while back when you had a Giuseppe Vetrano VIMEO short (ALONE IN NEW YORK) at the top of the page. That drew me in. Now I’m hooked. And your photography is phenomenal. Your pics all have a certain distinctive signature to them. Can’t articulate it properly, so I won’t try … beyond the fact that they look very professional. I wish you well with it, as with all your endeavors. You’ve got some real talent … in this humble layman’s opinion. ~Tony

  2. ~T.

    Yes, MOONLIGHT KINGDOM looks completely off the wall. I like that. Jason Schwartzman’s somewhat a guarantee that it’ll be at least a little weird. Seen RUSHMORE? … I HEART HUCKABEES? Good stuff! Thanks!

  3. Samantha

    I cannot thank you enough for those kind words!

    I still have not yet had the chance to go see Moonrise Kingdom! It’s listed on Amazon already & will probably be available to buy before I get a chance to go to the movies again. Truth be told, I’m not the biggest Wes Anderson fan, but I also feel like I need to watch all those movies again and give them a second chance. I hated I Heart Huckabees when I first saw it!

  4. ~T

    Just tellin’ it like it is, Madam. Again, thank YOU. Do keep it up. Oh … this may be a bit mainstream, but if you haven’t seen BRAM STOKER’S DRACULA, I highly recommend it. The visuals are phenomenal, and it actually sticks pretty tight to the book (which I recommend even more … along with Mary W. Shelley’s FRANKENSTEIN and Aeschylus’s PROMETHEUS BOUND).

    Thanks again,
    ~T.

Leave a Reply