There are plenty of things we don’t share with our mothers. Dark, sad things. Unless of course, you’re both in the business of death.
Music: “Pearl’s Dream” by Brokeback, “Psychotic Reaction” by Count Five, “Back to Hold You” by The Pacific Ocean, “Everywhere Down Here” by Brokeback, “David” by Labradford, and “Leave My Dreaming” by Gorky’s Zygotic Mynci.
With the advent of the Inkjet printer, counterfeiting money became as simple as a trip to Staples. By the year 2000, there were 72 million of these homemade dollars in circulation. The real question is… who was behind them all?
Music: “Wedding Song No. 2″ by Aerial M, “A Simple Way to Go Faster Than Light That Does Not Work” by Tortoise, “Sandcastles” by The Dylan Group, “Arrival Lounge” by Sonogram, “Mohan” by Lucrecia Dalt, “Arundel” by Papa M.
For nearly a century we’ve been trying to read someone’s truthfulness by the way they act — through machine, or our own intuition. The police, the FBI and the CIA have tried. But the fact is… most of those efforts just don’t work.
Music: “Overcast” by Jessica Bailidd, “With John Mornand and Assisted By Brian Hoffa” by Labradford, “Skrag Theme” by Aerial M, “Years of the Dragon” by yMusic, “Zinc” by Bill Ryan and Grand Valley State New Music Ensemble, and “Lights on Water” by Pan American.
In 2001, a woman was found dead in a pool of her own blood. Her husband was convicted of her murder. But a curious neighbor had a different theory… one that brings new meaning to man vs. beast.
Music: “Alien Observer” by Grouper, “Cities” by Maserati, “C” by Labradford, “Super Hate” by Pele, “Kalimera” by Maserati, “Tchaikovsky and Solitude” by Miniature Tigers, “Irene” by Caribou, “Les Chers Leaders” by Marvin Jouno, and “To Mama” by Mother Falcon.