Frenetic Nostalgic Angst in OPN’s “Garden of Delete.”

In my experience, many of my peers, all in the tail-end of the millennial generation, have a special appreciation for the shining synth and electronic basis of various film scores. The likes of films such as Drive and It Follows are often more renowned for their soundtracks and original scores more so than their direction… Continue reading Frenetic Nostalgic Angst in OPN’s “Garden of Delete.”

Apocalyptic Mundanity- The Final 3 Films of Bela Tarr

“Film is not about telling a story… It’s so we can get closer to people, somehow we can understand everyday life, and somehow we can understand human nature, how we are like we are.” -Bela Tarr, in a 2001 interview about Werckmeister Harmonies. Bela Tarr, as of 2011, has (supposedly) retired from feature-length filmmaking. I… Continue reading Apocalyptic Mundanity- The Final 3 Films of Bela Tarr