12 O’Clock Boys

While this film is premiering at SXSW 2013 Film Festival, it could still use some help via kickstarter.

“Pug, a thirteen year old boy living on a dangerous Westside block, has one goal in mind: to join the 12 O’Clock Boys; the notorious urban dirt-bike gang of Baltimore. Converging from all parts of the inner city, they invade the streets and clash with police, who are forbidden to chase the bikes for fear of endangering the public. Pug looks to the pack for mentorship, spurred by their dangerous lifestyle. He narrates their world as if explaining a dreamscape, complemented with unprecedented, action-packed coverage of the riders in their element, guided by the riders themselves as they take to the streets and clash with Police. The film presents the pivotal years of change in a boy’s life growing up in one of the most dangerous and economically depressed cities in the United States.”

Lunchtime Laughter

Oscar’s Best Handjob Award

Movie: The Movie: 2V

Weekend Watching: Cannibal! the Musical

Written and directed by Trey Parker (1993)

Finding Vivian Maier


Weekend Watching: Reality 86′d

“A road documentary shot from the inside of the last Black Flag tour ever”

Directed by David Markey

Lunchtime Laughter

Between Two Ferns: Oscar Buzz Edition Part 1


Gary Busey attempts to demystify the tiny fictitious people.

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Morning Dose of Back to the Future in 60 seconds

Graffiti Fiction


A tumblr about graffiti in movies and TV shows

You Can’t Get This At Chuck’s Bikeorama


The Pee-wee Herman Inspired Cycling Skinsuit

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The Legend of Cool “Disco” Dan

DC History right here. Narrated by Henry Rollins, and premiering February 23rd at the AFI Silver Theater located in Silver Spring, Maryland.

Discover the “other” Washington of the 1980s through the story of legendary graffiti artist Cool “Disco” Dan, a mysterious, ubiquitous presence during the height of go-go music, record crime rates and city-wide dysfunction. Few people knew every block of the city like Dan, and as intrigue about his identity grew, his illegal scrawl became a unifying force for a city on the verge of chaos. Narrated by DC native Henry Rollins and featuring interviews with “Mayor for Life” Marion Barry, civil rights activist Rev. Walter Fauntroy, punk rock historian and activist Mark Andersen and musicians Chuck Brown and Ian MacKaye, this documentary from filmmakers Joseph Pattisall and Roger Gastman (producer, EXIT THROUGH THE GIFT SHOP) tells a fascinating chapter of DC history.

DIR Joseph Pattisall; PROD Roger Gastman. US, 2012, color and b&w, 90 min. NOT RATED

Tickets here

Spring Breakers

Harmony Korine’s latest film should be a trip.

What Films We’d Be Watching If We Were in Sundance


With reasons why.

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Bill Plympton’s CHEATIN’


Bill Plympton’s 7th animated film just got its bare bones funding on kickstarter, but needs some more help to really get it going. The legendary independent animator does all the drawings himself, with this one totaling over 40,000—each needing to be colored and cleaned. If all goes well, CHEATIN’ will be ready by September, “just in time to qualify for the Oscars!”

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Weekend Watching: You Don’t Know Bo

The ESPN 30 for 30 film by Michael Bonfiglio



Here Is What Happens When You Cast Lindsay Lohan in Your Movie by Stephen Rodrick

The Oral History Of The Warriors


With the passing of Sol Yurick, Author of ‘The Warriors,’ Fader digs up their 2005 oral history of the movie, based on the book of which Yurick had this to say: “It’s not my best book. I wrote it as a kind of a joke. It took me three weeks to write.”



Soul Men: The Making of The Blues Brothers by Ned Zeman

There was a budget for cocaine.

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