Excerpt from an Interview of honorsphysics (by hdfailure), 2014-07-26, 21:44:12-22:04:05

"What’s your favorite movie?"

Carrie, the 1976 one, definitely. I watched it for the first time last year, and I loved it. The cinematography is so emotional and the pacing of the story is top-notch, completely. So many expectations are subverted, or fulfilled and then taken away, without it being ‘the easy way’ or something like that. I really dislike when I can see it all coming.”

"It’s interesting that you mentioned expectations, because you identif-"

"Oh, oh, quick note, Enter the Void is way up there for me, too. Runner-up or something. It’s a very emotional experience, and it functions so much , solely on a visual level! It’s definitely an art film, and really draining to watch, but it’s so worth it. Sorry, that was kind of long.”

"It’s alright. Let me move along a question or two, to keep the pace up. You answered the movie question really quickly, so do you have a favorite song or album?"

"Music’s this entirely different thing for me; it’s so much more dependent on mood. I would be really hard-pressed to pick a favorite song. Right now, I’ve been getting back into witch house: songs like Eë by Радость Мoя and Twilight Occulta by Summer of Haze. Across a couple genres, some songs I really like are Since I’ve Been Loving You by Led Zeppelin, Plague Burial by Teargas & Plateglass, Night by Benga, and Up & Down by New Balance. Lots of darker stuff, but I listen to so much.
Favorite album’s tough for the same reason. Overall, I’d go with Daft Punk’s Alive 2007 and Childish Gambino’s Because the Internet.
And I just have to mention Death Grips because I feel so inspired when I listen to them!”

"Alright, I think that’s all we have time for. It was nice talking with you."

(Source: honorsphysics)



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