- The Man I Love (idpm.me)
- Fragmented Existence (idpm.me)
- See No Evil (idpm.me)
- Serenity (idpm.me)
- Minotaur Revisited (idpm.me)
Austin Robert Butler, born August 17, 1991, in Anaheim, California, is an American actor and singer. Butler was discovered at the very young age of thirteen when he was approached by a representative from a background-acting management company at the Orange County Fair, who helped him get started in the entertainment industry. He found that he really enjoyed it, and began taking a few acting classes.
In 2005, Butler landed his first role on Nickelodeon’s “Ned’s Declassified School SurvivalGuide”, playing the role of Zippy Brewster. His friend on the show, Lindsey Shaw, introduced him to her manager, who offered to represent him. Two years later in 2007, Butler landed his second role in the movie “The Faithful” playing the role of a dog, Danny, who later turns into a human being. In the same year, he landed a guest star role in the TV show “Hannah Montana” opposite actress Miley Cyrus, playing the role of Derek Hanson. Also in 2007, he portray “Jake Krandle” in the new Nickelodeon series “iCarly“.
Bell Soto continues to impress me with his wide range of artistic expression using not only photography but also short films. He has a unique way in capturing the human experience and its expressive soul in ways which are so unique it makes you wonder about the meaning and beauty of it all. In his short film Love me Not, he takes on a different approach to the human interaction known as Love. It gives a sense of loneliness, dream like state as well as a deep feeling of existential dilemma when dealing with such an important feeling to most humans. Love is an abstract notion, it is volatile. It is as much invigorating as it is consuming, one can almost say love is a living entity in its own, non corporeal as much as imaginative, ethereal…
Yes indeed, Bell not only is an accomplished photographer, but he also dwell into short films, and though I unfortunately haven’t had the pleasure of watching one of his movies yet, I can hardly wait for this opportunity. In the mean time enjoy these stills from his film Private Affair.
I grew up watching Disney movies. I used to watch them with such passion I would get lost in them for hours. I grew up watching prince charming after prince charming. Princesses of all sorts, blond and brunette, red head, all waiting to find their one true love. Villains and good guys. Evil Queens and lovely fairies, and so I too had a crush on the goodhearted princes and wondered what it would be like to be awaken by a kiss… Unfortunately life never turns out to be that way, but I always felt deep inside a sense of longing and of course erotic. Here we have a few representations of the homoerotic subtext of Disney movies, which if you’ve paid much attention has grown rapidly in the last decade (check out some of the phrases used during each movie). So for your enjoyment and of course mine as well here we have alternative versions of how love stories should have gone. Enjoy them… 😀
The way Snow White spoke, always gave me the impression of a girl suffering form abandonment syndrome, daddy issues and a bit of psychosis, so no wonder she went straight for the bottle when her dreams didn’t come true. I guess the evil Queen gave the apple to the right two guys 🙂
Poor Ariel, she exchanged her voice for legs and when she got them and walked to the shore Robin Hood was already there to gladly take her place, so she went to get her fins back. What’s the point of having legs if you’re not gonna use them right?
Ah evil doers. We call them villains, we demonize them, but did we ever stop and think that behind that hard-ass facade there was a creature who was waiting to blossom? Continue reading
Roy Cohn: What’s it like? After?
Roy Cohn: This misery ends?
Belize: Hell or heaven?
Roy Cohn: [laughs]
Belize: Like San Francisco.
Roy Cohn: A city! Good! I was worried… it’d be a garden. I hate that shit.
Belize: Mmmm. Big city. Overgrown with weeds, but flowering weeds. On every corner a wrecking crew and something new and crooked going up catty corner to that. Windows missing in every edifice like broken teeth, gritty wind, and a gray high sky full of ravens. Prophet birds, Roy. Piles of trash, but lapidary like rubies and obsidian, and diamond-colored cowspit streamers in the wind. And voting booths. And everyone in Balenciaga gowns with red corsages, and big dance palaces full of music and lights and racial impurity and gender confusion. And all the deities are creole, mulatto, brown as the mouths of rivers. Race, taste and history finally overcome. And you ain’t there.
Roy Cohn: And Heaven?
Belize: That was Heaven, Roy.
Roy Cohn: The fuck it was!