41 posts tagged 80s
Ejecta - Mistress. Me tiene loco esta muchacha.
You must watch this film for the following reasons:
- A lot of things you liked about Drive were lifted from this movie
- Everybody is either corrupt, a walking corpse or both
- Way better than Lethal Weapon
- Exquisite photography and camera work because: William Friedkin
- An entire sequence is a tutorial on how to counterfeit money
- Crazy car chases and gunplay
- Willem Dafoe
My only problem is with the cheesy synth-rock soundtrack. This entire movie should have been orchestrated to Guns N’ Roses songs. Other than that it’s impeccable.
Hacía mucho tiempo que no escuchaba esta ochenterísima y espectacular canción.
Se habla poco de lo cojonudísima que es esta canción.
Slow, sensual love. How could he make it otherwise?
Virch, this one is for you.
ADRIAN VANDENBURG: Do you think this will last forever?
DAVID COVERDALE: Eh… what? What the fuck?
ADRIAN VANDENBURG: This love. That I’m feeling.
DAVID COVERDALE: …
ADRIAN VANDENBURG: Sorry.
DAVID COVERDALE: That’s my line.
ADRIAN VANDENBURG: No, I mean, this moment. August 1st, 1990, the peak of our fame.
DAVID COVERDALE: I choose not to think about that. I’m banging models and have the voice of a horny angel. Fuck it.
ADRIAN VANDENBURG: Don’t you have a creeping suspicion it’ll all be over too soon? Should we keep investing in this moment that we’re in?
DAVID COVERDALE: Look, I’m having a good time. We’re goddam Whitesnake. This gravy train will never end.
ADRIAN VANDENBURG: Shouldn’t we diversify our happiness, though, and not put all our eggs into one basket? It’s the 90’s, man. A new era. We don’t need to change. The publishi - I mean - music industry - will never, ever have to change as long as they’ve got big guns like you and I.
DAVID COVERDALE: We will ride this wave all the way up the beach. I can assure of it - that we don’t need to change. They do.
ADRIAN VANDENBURG: That’s some deep shit, man.
In Which Ned Hepburn Reminds Us of the Parallels Between ’80s Metal Bands and Modern Big Media
For watching while listening to this song.
My first Dungeons & Dragons set, 1980