mandag den 30. november 2009

Happy december

Bargh. I can't really be bothered with Christmas (does my face look bovered?) But then i typed in "Christmas Hunk" on google and found the tanned christmas snack at the bottom. It's cold but I'm listening to Nina Hagen, so things are looking up. Check out the fabulous, yet slightly disgruntled Dame in her ever so christmassy gown - stunning.

- Andrae

lørdag den 28. november 2009


Go on, get frisky!

I love them, wish they'd reunite, just to do one gig and I'd be there and it'd all be lovely. I love them all and I've always wanted to look like the beautiful Candida Doyle. Here's a song.

- Andrae

tirsdag den 24. november 2009

Daniel Clowes

Very special artist - Daniel Clowes (Ghost World, Eightball). I absolutely, totally and utterly adore his drawings and the way he writes. Enid and Becky's dialogues are hilarious.
The beautiful covers from a few issues of Eightball can be seen here.
Peace out dudes and read some Daniel Clowes, (before you watch the films!)

- Andrae

fredag den 20. november 2009

Get cape. Wear Cape. Fly - and bits

I know, I know. It's like John Mayer for cheaters who still want to be all alternative and indie. However I like the lovely music by Get Cape. Wear cape. Fly, and lets face it, it's still a bit cleverer than Mayer.
Incidentally - Bette Midler in this amazing dressy jumpsuit:

And the Moldy peaches:

- Andrae

lørdag den 14. november 2009


Just bought box with three LPs by Sebastian. I've only got four LPs and they're all by Sebastian. The new ones are from 1972-74, my old one's from the 80's.
Going to listen to my new fab music.. see ya!
- Juhan

The incredible shrinking man

The incredible shrinking man is really phenomenal.
It's American and made by Jack Arnold.
Reasons to watch this film:
  • It's about a normal-sized man shrinking because of contact with radioactive mist
  • The fantastic music
  • It's a black and white sci-fi film from 1957 (does it get any better?)
  • The ending/message
- Juhan

torsdag den 12. november 2009

On your back woman!

Went to CPH: DOX yesterday to watch the notorious”Dirty Diaries”, a series of short pornographic films about different elements of female sexuality. I thought it was great. Produced by Mia Engberg and directed by several different people, mainly Swedish. My favorites are “Skin”, “Dildoman”, “On your back woman!” “Phone fuck” and “flasher girl on tour”, but they are all great.

- Andrae

Barfuss im Regen

This week we 'ave been mostly listening to german schalger-hero Michael Holm's 1970's hit "Barfuss im Regen" - the video to this song is ab-fab, and among other things, features a naked Michael Holm behind the red umbrella.

tirsdag den 10. november 2009

Monday, Monday

Am watching Douglas Adams and BBC's 1981 adaption of Hitchhikers Guide to the Galaxy. I feel that this wonderful sci-fi series is a highly significant piece of TV-art, much like early Doctor Who (and current Doctor Who for that matter, who doesn’t fancy David Tennant, eh). It should indeed be part of every child’s upbringing. I haven’t read the books yet, therefore I suck.

I am particularly fond of the depressed robot. But have yet to finish the entire series.

- Andrae

søndag den 8. november 2009

Gouttes d'eau sur pierres brûlantes

Gouttes d’eau sur pierres brûlantes is a very peculiar film. I ordered it a couple of weeks ago and hurried home to watch it. It is so far from what I’d expected, but I was not disappointed. The director is the fantastic Francois Ozon (8 Femmes, Une robe d’été, Le temps qui reste) and the actors in this tragic love story are Malik Zidi, Bernard Giraudeau, Anna Levine and Ozon’s favourite, the beautiful Ludivine Sagnier . What I love about Ozon is that his films have this slightly ironic or sarcastic feeling to them. I would go as far as calling them rather campy. The music and the clothes are often on the tacky side. It is very difficult to explain the sensation; instead one should really just watch the film.

I realized that I was crying my eyes out because of a lederhosen wearing hipster that listens to Schlagers, and I liked it. Also, the soundtrack features (apart from Tony Holiday’s fabulous “Tanze samba mit mir”) a very beautiful and moving song (god I’m such a wuss) “Träume” sung by Francoise Hardy.

This film is worth watching.

- Andrae

fredag den 6. november 2009

This week I 'ave been mostly hearing.... jump!

Ahh, Jesse - one of my favorite characters from the fast show!

I watched "Love Actually" the other day - brilliant- and ever since I've been listening to "Jump" by the Pointer Sisters at least five times a day!
- Juhan

Ricky, why so sticky?

Adam Green is coming to Copenhagen 16th of February 2010.
His new album is entitled "Minor Love" and will be out in january! (Can't wait)
We luuuuuurve him.


tirsdag den 3. november 2009

She may be weary, young girls they do get weary...

Incidentally, the soundtrack kicks ass! (OMFG: "Kicks ass") It's all very 80's, tacky and romantic.

- Andrae

mandag den 2. november 2009

It's the hard knock life.

Last week I saw "ANNIE"! It was really great!
It's about the orphan Annie trying to find her parents.
It's quite long, but it's fun, lifey and gives a great impression of New York in the 30's.
And the songs and dances are awesome!!!
It's a good film if you're hungover...

- Juhan


"Teeth" by Mitchell Licthenstein
I've watched it a few times because it is just so funny. It is about a girl with a teethed genital area (whoops) and here's the brilliant twist; she wears a chastity ring/ purity ring (yes, much like the Jonas Brothers) and is a member of some christian purity-club-thing where she gives speeches to children. The film is incredibly entertaining and definitely worth watching, especially when our leading lady begins to really use her....'gift'.

"The Exorcist" by William Friedkin
It was pretty good, I'd expected to be way more frightened by it than I was, but I really liked the plot, the little creepy girl that swears, and the cool faces of demons that appear randomly on many occasions throughout the film.

- Andrae

Hello Man!

Hello man!
Our names are Juhan and Andrae and we're from Denmark. This blog will mainly feature our interests; films, music, books and looks (Mind you, this will NEVER become a fashion blog, though). Gee Wizz, this is so exciting!

We enjoy all films; from film noir to soft-core gay porn!
We hope this blog will interest you.

Yours sincerely

The Academy of stay tuned.