Carrie Fisher: Her Profound Treasure of Literary Masterpieces

On December 27, four days after suffering a massive heart attack on an 11-hour flight from London to Los Angeles, iconic screen goddess Carrie Fisher passed away. She was not just Princess Leia, a badass female revolutionary fighter, whose wry wit and determination paved the way for characters like Sarah Michelle Gellar’s Buffy from Buffy…

Now That’s Entertainment— 11 Musical Moments in Non-Musical Films

1. Science Fiction from Rocky Horror Picture Show: One of the greatest moments in moviedom was when a little movie in 1975 premiered, forever changing the landscape of the theater experience as well as defining what it means to be a cult film. The opening film sequence has a big pair of red sultry lips singing…

The Great Awakening

The Great Awakening Brief message from Jennifer Brigitte “Before we go all Gonzo, we must manifest the Madness.” Next year is the year of the Transcendental Muse (Year Zero), the cocoon stage to the Gonzo Girls butterfly. Next year, the Optical Vortex family’s main themes are to transcend beyond sleepwalking through the American Capitalism that consumes…

Not-So-Fair Finale For This Fair Lady: The Electra Complex of Eliza Doolittle

In “I Could Have Danced All Night,” the beautiful ingenue Eliza Doolittle was under a dreamy princess-like hypnosis as she glided around Professor Higgins’ house. Eliza, the gutter snake that crawled out of the sewers and gutters of London with her thick cockney accent was now transforming into a beautiful “Duchess.” She lovingly visioned herself…

Remembering David Bowie Through His 102 Favorite Books

As we reminisce the life and times of David Bowie, let’s take a look at the 102 books that shaped his life. Each book on the list was woefully transgressive, painfully eccentric, and full of decadence in a time where humanity fell out of space. All this equals to the life and death of David…

Female Fixation

Jennifer Brigitte “Usually when you see females in movies, they feel like they have these metallic structures around them, they are caged by male energy.”  Bjork Here in this piece, a story will be told. It will be hidden from view inside an envelope of words, like a typographic centerpiece. The reader can choose to…

A By-Product Olympics

Jennifer Brigitte I said to myself today that I want to believe in the American Dream this summer. Just this once, I don’t want to be a part of the cynical crowd. A misery chick among the vacuous consumers believing everything they are told. Kill the sardonic switch just this once and ponder that at…

The Esteemers

Jennifer Brigitte Growing up American, we have an overwhelming sense of privilege, privy to the holocausts that occur all around us. We may never know what a genocide feels like. We may never see what a famine can do. We may never. America is a resilient imprisonment, steel bars surrounded by soldiers of Teflon. We…