Drop acid, see Twelve Dark Noons

Jason Diamond

How many times is too many to drop acid and watch El Topo? Seriously, aren't you ashamed of yourself? Haven't you “experienced” Jodorowsky enough? Isn't it time to live in the now and get your rocks off with something new?

If you're looking for tips, Jacqueline Castel has directed an experimental short film in twelve chapters called Twelve Dark Noons, and got Caleb Braaten (he of Sacred Bones Records) and Shawn Reed (of Wet Hair and Night People) to produce the whole thing, and Naked On The Vague to contribute a live score. What the fuck the film is about? I haven't the faintest idea, but since I'm such a huge fan of judging artistic endeavors on the people who help make the art happen, I'm going to go ahead and say this will probably be the feel good movie of the year, and that you should probably head over to 92Y Tribeca this Thursday and see it.

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