Douglas Fairbanks

 DouglasFairbanks is beautiful as a faun, and as revealingly clad, as he reclines atopa fountain at the opening of The Thief of Bagdad (1924). And he moves with thefluid drama of Nijinski through this Orientalist fantasy, restored and out o.. Read more

I Hate Hollywood

When movie audiences first met Zorro, in Douglas Fairbanks’ The Mark of Zorro (1920), he was grinning sinisterly, dragging on a little cigar and taking aim with his six-gun. Filmed only a year after the character was introduced in a Johnston Mc.. Read more

I Hate Hollywood

An oddity that could only have been discovered by Courtney Love, Emilie Autumn is an industrial-goth-cabaret electric violinist who alternates between writing dainty odes to Victorian culture and cacophonous electro-clatter that romanticize... Read more

Today in Milwaukee

I’m Art Kumbalek and manoh manischewitz what a world, ain’a? Listen, as the p So thisguy goes to the doctor ’cause he’s concerned about the lack of lead in ,Art for Art's Sake Read more

Art for Art's Sake