For Christmas I received this incredible Scratch poster which has 100 Must See Cult Movies on it, super exciting to see how many I have already seen and then scratching off the silver to reveal the unique image related to that film.
I have only seen 34 out of the 100
So you have guessed it this is going to be combined as my blindspot challenge as well as a new feature for 2020 (and probably beyond). Catching up with these films regarded as cult classics!
I have recently been sent some exclusive content from the 108th issue of “Flaunt Magazine” – The Abandoment Issue. Which features Benicio Del Toro who has recently starred in Wolfman.
The article/interview is in a very candid setting and lets you see another side of Del Toro.
The Feral Nature of Benicio Del Toro and the impossibility of man
written by Gregg LaGambina photographed by Kurt Iswarienko
A puerto rican man with a hangdog look rubs at his tired eyes. A blossom of hard silver—a lion’s head worn on his left ring finger—stares back out at the room, upside down. Rain whips at the windows, sounding like handfuls of small marbles thrown by hoodlums in search of a dumb fight. A patio table hops and upends, its umbrella snapped open by a gust, dragging the entire contraption out into the street. An old lady draped in clear plastic, a yellow cane hooked around her thin left wrist, peers into the storefront, agape. A quick glimpse of messy teeth disappears behind the cloud of her exhale.
“She was looking at you!” exclaims the Puerto Rican man, startled, as the woman backs into the storm and continues along her path.
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Today’s quote is the last lines from a fantastic film . . . The Usual Suspects.
“The greatest trick the devil ever pulled was convincing the world he didn’t exist. And like that, he’s gone.”
Onto the top 30 . . . 30-21 . . .
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