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I watch two very different movies: Timothy Spall is legendary painter Mr. Turner in a film that’s been hailed by critics as one of the best movies of the year, and Nativity 3: Dude, Where’s My Donkey?! might well be one of the worst that I’ve ever seen! Talk about diverse!

Mr. Turner US Release Date: December 19th (cinemas)

Nativity 3: Dude, Where’s My Donkey?! US Release Date: TBC


Watching all the Pumpktoberfest videos, I’m starting to get a strong sense of what sort of teen cliques all the NYC-based ChezApocalyptians (is that a word? fuck it, it’s a word now) were in high school. Elisa was probably that girl who always tried to be the wholesome social planner who always baked all the party food and didn’t even think that anyone would bring a joint. Nella is the girl who brought the joint and could quite possibly make a bong out of anything. Lindsay is the goth chick who is a bit too cool for school, but shows up anyway. Todd is the guy who always sat in the corner at parties and kept a small notebook with him to write down angsty poetry should the need arise. Kyle is the funny, smart kid whose sense of humor none of the others would have really gotten in high school. And Paw  was that one kid who needs to take his Ritalin. Stat.


: Trish Summerville costume design for The Girl With the Dragon Tattoo (2011).

"It was really important for all her [Lisbeth’s] clothing to seem authentic, for nothing to appear to be brand new, everything to kind of be worn in. A lot of her stuff is very dirty, there’s holes and things like her boot is taped up… to feel very lived in. I wanted her to be someone that could easily disappear into the shadows if she chose to."  [x]