filmskits
lobbycards:

Faster, Pussycat! Kill! Kill!, US lobby card. 1965

lobbycards:

Faster, Pussycat! Kill! Kill!, US lobby card. 1965

Alice (Natalie Portman) and Larry (Clive Owen) from CLOSER (2004) now seen in an entirely new (lack of) light.

Alice (Natalie Portman) and Larry (Clive Owen) from CLOSER (2004) now seen in an entirely new (lack of) light.

myloveforjane:

Elliot Reid, Jane Russell and Marilyn Monroe in a deleted scene from GENTLEMEN PREFER BLONDES (1953). In the final released version of the movie, Dorothy and Lorelei find the incriminating film of the photos that Malone took in his pants pocket.  However in the original shot version, Dorothy goes to Malone’s cabin after she and Lorelei get him intoxicated on a spiked cocktail and a glass of vodka.  She locates his camera that contains the incriminating film and hands it to Lorelei through the port hole.   

myloveforjane:

Elliot Reid, Jane Russell and Marilyn Monroe in a deleted scene from GENTLEMEN PREFER BLONDES (1953). In the final released version of the movie, Dorothy and Lorelei find the incriminating film of the photos that Malone took in his pants pocket.  However in the original shot version, Dorothy goes to Malone’s cabin after she and Lorelei get him intoxicated on a spiked cocktail and a glass of vodka.  She locates his camera that contains the incriminating film and hands it to Lorelei through the port hole.   

jasecarson:

Craig Wasson, Melanie Griffith; in  ”Body Double” 1984

jasecarson:

Craig Wasson, Melanie Griffith; in  ”Body Double” 1984

arcaneimages:

Chaney. The Phantom of the Opera 

arcaneimages:

Chaney. The Phantom of the Opera 

My Awesome Letterboxd Galleries
David Cronenberg photographed by Nigel Dickson.

David Cronenberg photographed by Nigel Dickson.

eye-contact:

Natural Born Killers
Submitted by perception-is-selection

eye-contact:

Natural Born Killers

Submitted by perception-is-selection

crumbargento:

Inserts

Cronenberg remarked in a 1988 Maclean’s article that the look of a typical operating room bored him to tears, explaining the colourful approach taken here.

85anti:

Pulp Fiction (1994)

85anti:

Pulp Fiction (1994)

filmghoul:

The Limey (Steven Soderbergh, 1999)

filmghoul:

The Limey (Steven Soderbergh, 1999)

Gary Oldman in one of his most indelible portrayals, as Sid Vicious in Alex Cox’s SID & NANCY (1986).

BARTON FINK illustration by Josh Gosfield,
Rolling Stone issue #611, August 22nd, 1991.

BARTON FINK illustration by Josh Gosfield,

Rolling Stone issue #611, August 22nd, 1991.