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Mix and match least 10?
- Dead or dying animals
- Dead or dying people
- Twisted sex, especially incest
- Teenage girls and/or women with ASTOUNDINGLY fantastic hair
- Rituals with masks
- Teenage girls and/or women with ASTOUNDINGLY fantastic skin
- Vast quantities of alcohol
- Men with amazing forearms
- Unusual teeth
- Children's drawings
- Drawings that look like they could be children's drawings but aren't
- Amazing breasts
- Nobody ever smiling or laughing
- People or things being underwater
- Hot guys with secrets
- Women with scratchy voices
Edith Zimmerman watches The Fall, True Detective, The Returned, Top of the Lake, Black Mirror, and Twin Peaks from inside a bug crawling on a scar near the old campground.
There's a "True Detective" folder on my desktop for all my screengrabs from the show, including a dozen of Cohle's forearm tattoo alone — I can alllllmost see it, okay I can see it better now, okay that's a little better? But then I realized it's probably easier to just Google that tattoo, which I did, which led me to Instagram, which is where I learned that the dude who designed the tattoo (Joshua Lord, from Graceland tattoos in Brooklyn) apparently also designed Reggie Ledoux's tattoos, and in response to questions (also on Instagram) about whether he'd intended to make the face on Reggie's chest look like Cohle's/Matthew McConaughey's (as some people think, although I don't really see it), he said "maybe" not once but TWICE, so basically the show is solved, SEE YA. READ MORE
So let's say your obsession with True Detective almost frightens you. That it feels like you'd do anything for this show, that the show controls you. That given the opportunity you'd forsake your own body to be a pair of eyeballs watching True Detective on repeat until the end of time (which is flat). Anyway, so let's say you like True Detective, and when there are no more True Detective episodes to watch (before rewatching the True Detective episodes you've watched already), you scratch at the internet for something, anything, to feed your True Detective hunger. READ MORE
We're in the heart of BAM's "Vengeance Is Hers" film series right now, can you feel it?! (Feb. 7 -18.) Hatred and bitterness in the air! Head over to the official site for useful information and plot synopses, and then come back here for more-superficial "reviews," in case you live in New York and are deciding which one[s] to go to, or if you'd want to watch at home, at any point. Actually the more I write and think about it, the less this seems useful to anyone. But, here it is anyway! READ MORE
A few weeks ago, the Times had a fun interview with writer-gardener Helen Yoest about her new book, "Plants With Benefits: An Uninhibited Guide to the Aphrodisiac Herbs, Fruits, Flowers, and Veggies in Your Garden." I emailed her this week to learn more about these racy plants. READ MORE