If you haven't seen Michael Haneke's film Funny Games, you need to. I watched it for the first time last summer, and it severely changed the way that I watch movies. Make sure to watch the interviews with Haneke on YouTube too. Just beware, this movie is not for the faint of heart.
Intrigued by the recent resurgence of all things 90s, my boyfriend and I have been making our way through Beverly Hills, 90210. (Don't feel sorry for him. He loves it.) Um... best show ever? I've always had an obsession with old teen dramas (Degrassi Jr. High, anyone?), but this might be my favorite. It's a perfect study on 90s fashion, and the result has been less black tights, more denim.
Old news, I know. I go away on Spring Break for one week and come back to find that Jack White has taken over the world. My world, at least. White's newest project, featuring the one and only Alison Mosshart, made it's live debut Wednesday night for a hundred and fifty special guests at his opening of Third Man Records here in Nashville. Jack White frequents the coffee shop right across the street from my school, probably because it is right next door to his wife's vintage boutique, and now I hear that he's recently been spotted with a heavily disguised woman, thought at first to be Meg White, but now to be Alison. Alison Mosshart in Nashville? Alison Mosshart and Jack White, the queen and king of rock and roll, making music together? This is all too much for me to handle.
Their album supposedly drops in June. Listen to their first two songs here.
My roommate and I have been half-heartedly searching for a place to live this summer/fall. I just want to find a place that looks like this already. Sans creepy Frenchman. If it came with a non-creepy Frenchman, that would be ok.