Tag Archives: Dana Curtis

The Death of Lilly Obscure (version 2)

After that rash of nursery fires, she was forced to use plastic roses – the weird sheen ended up being oddly effective. Fake though it was, when she lay down on this bed, there was nothing but the real cessation, … Continue reading

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Body Apocalyptic

We plant a field of poppies and mint. We don’t understand any theory concerning hospitals and glass doors. We are taken to the last place everything called for a new kind of love: look through the telescope. We sit there … Continue reading

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Casting Couch

She prefers the ornate, the Baroque – heavy velvets and tapestries crouching in her office, fecund monsters straight from demons instigating her teeth, visionary like antiques. She puts together the cinematic carnival, carnivore – and when he sits down with … Continue reading

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The New Film Revolution (Obscure—Est Productions)

During a long conversation with the Director of Photography, it becomes generally known that the virus working its way through the editing bay was put there deliberately by an angry actor – but we’ll make use of this – there’s … Continue reading

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