Writer. Literature junkie. Industrial fangrrrl. Resident music & film reviewer at The Unclean, and your host of both Music Monday and Saturday Cinema. Any questions? Shoot me an email at email@example.com, or a tweet (@ThanatosAttack).
The film Brick, directed by Rian Johnson, has aspects of both classical and neo-noir. The film, although it works to convey a classical feel by its choices in lighting and character development, stays true to neo-noir style in that the Noir Hero, Brendan (Joseph Gordon-Levitt), is motivated not with selfish intent, but solely out of the interest of the girl that he loves.
This week’s six pack of tracks includes music from Android Lust, God Module, Assemblage 23, Kidney Thieves, Unter Null & Sneaker Pimps.
Hello all, and welcome to Saturday Cinema; for my first Film Noir review, I’ve chosen the film Double Indemnity. Directed by Billy Wilder and released in 1944, Double Indemnity is often hailed by critics as being the start of the Noir genre: with its foreboding use of shadow and hard-boiled detective story line, Double Indemnity is a timeless example of classic Noir styling.
In addition to being your host for Music Monday, I will also be undertaking a new feature here on The Unclean, called Saturday Cinema. I will be viewing and critiquing some of the great gems of the cinema world, namely from the genre of Film Noir, one of my long-time cinematic passions.
Hello all, and welcome to Music Monday! This week features track selections handpicked by yours truly, and are guaranteed to thrill you, chill you, and.. at the very least, tantalize your industrial taste buds.
With their most recent album, Angelspit has returned once more to assault listeners with their specialized brand of full tilt, rage-fueled, unadulterated industrial: and the end result is, indeed, near perfection.
Projektfest ‘10 kicks off tomorrow in Philadelphia, and in light of this musical extravaganza, Todd Loomis, frontman of featured band The Twilight Garden, was kind enough to take the time to answer a few questions about his music.