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The Killing TV series: is this the new Twin Peaks?

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By Marissa Nadler in Video on Tuesday 5 July 2011

The Killing is a new show on AMC. It’s set in Seattle and revolves around the murder of Rosie, a beautiful young girl whose mysterious secret life continues to unravel as the plot thickens.

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Allysen Callery

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By Marissa Nadler in New Music on Saturday 21 May 2011

Winter Island is a brand new EP out on Woodland Recordings. Allysen Callery crafts a fantastic, delicate, and magical world to live in through her songs. Her writing is influenced by many years spent as a poet in and around the ocean towns of Rhode Island. Winter Island, out now directly from the artist, is gorgeous and blissed out.

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Courtney Brooke Hall

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By Marissa Nadler in New Photography on Saturday 21 May 2011

Courtney Brooke Hall’s photographs are romantic and sensual. They evoke a never-neverland where women are always one with nature, and her work never ceases to remind me of an everlasting utopian youth.

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I Am A Sex Addict: documentary by Caveh Zahedi

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By Marissa Nadler in New Film on Saturday 21 May 2011

I just watched this documentary written by, and starring, Caveh Zahedi. It won the Gotham Award for Best Film Not Playing at a Theater Near You. The movie came out in 2006, but I still think it’s worth talking about now. I really like how Zahedi puts himself out there in gruesome high-def reality, showcasing his flaws and sexual hangups for anyone who chooses to listen.

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Nervous Cat animation by Orion Rigel Dommisse

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By Marissa Nadler in Video on Saturday 21 May 2011

Orion Rigel Dommisse is perhaps best known for her music. But her animation is insane, in the best possible way. Here is Nervous Cat, one of my favorites of hers.

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