Tomorrow’s episode of American Horror Story’s ”Freakshow” will feature Jessica Lange covering "Gods & Monsters" by Lana Del Rey, featured in her own short-movie "Tropico".

Ryan Murphy’s commentary on why a modern day song was used in a series set in the 50’s was: "We decided to do musical numbers when they’re needed, not all the time, that feature artists who have identified as odd, different freaks, that felt like outcasts. People who I admire who really changed the landscape of music, based on them feeling like outsiders.”

You can listen & watch a preview of Lange’s cover here


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I don’t work in the cool part of the company, if that’s what you’re thinking. I’m in IT. 

What do you want people to remember about Breaking Bad?


Like other Fincher movies Gone Girl deals with a theme that so many of us can relate to - religion (Se7en), ambition (The Social Network), anger (Fight Club), fear (Zodiac) - now it’s love. You can choose to think that there really is no love here - just lies, pretending and hellish entrapment. Or you can choose to believe that Nick and Amy are so uniquely messed up that they become the modern kind of soul mates - all their issues, all their bad experiences, all the things that made them cold, insecure and fucked up shaped them into these two specific people who understand each other and who see each other better than anyone in the world sees them.

There’s something oddly romantic about that.

- Beauty covers rot, Cinematic Corner’s review of Gone Girl (x)

Heads, we get the body. Tails, we leave it where it is.