For some reason, the Williamsburg Bridge was my favorite bridge to photograph in NYC. Here’s a gallery of the best pics I got of it.
His name isn’t in the credits, but Roger Corman was an executive producer on this piece of shit, which means a viewer can expect a masterful showcase of parsimonious filmmaking. Director Fred Olen Ray wasn’t given two pennies to rub together to make this flick, and it shows. Just about anything of consequence in the entire film was shot in the same three locations: an industrial basement, a dive bar, and an alley. That’s it. And, despite this being made in the mid-1990s, Corman and company didn’t spring for anything remotely resembling contemporary special effects, instead relying on work that belonged in cheap sci-fi from twenty years earlier. Hell, it could even be cribbed from a different Corman movie. He did that all the time. Continue reading “Shitty Movie Sundays: Droid Gunner, aka Cyberzone”
This gallery features photographs taken in Rhyolite, Nevada. The place has an interesting history. The state of the town is reminiscent of ancient ruins, but it has been abandoned for less than a hundred years.
Does anyone out there remember that there were going to be ICE raids this past weekend? How about the fact the Trump administration needs a new Secretary of Labor, and the reasons why? Or, what about the fact the United States is still marching towards war with Iran? Did all of these things, and more, just slip everyone in Washington’s and the media’s minds on Sunday? Did it really just take stupid, racist tweets from Donald Trump to make everyone forget the genuine shitshow that is his presidency? Continue reading “Trumpster Fire Day 908: Stop Feeding the Troll”
This gallery of Fort Totten was taken back in the winter of 2009. That place was a pain in the ass to get to. Fort Totten is in Queens, and even though I lived in Queens at the time, it took three subway trains, a bus, and over two hours to get to Fort Totten. We took a cab back home.
These pics are all from the abandoned Battery Baker and Battery Sumner.
These images were taken in 2008. They are of Eastern State Penitentiary in Philadelphia. The old and disused prison is an imposing structure — a fortress plopped down in the middle of a residential neighborhood. The prison is older than the neighborhood which grew up around it, but that doesn’t make a bit of difference to how out of place it feels. Continue reading “Photo Dump: Eastern State Penitentiary”