This week’s Weekly Clickables takes a look at some books of the audio and visual variety as well as peeks into some lessons learned online and, of course, some horror.
- First up, avail yourself of some Purely Accidental Lessons From the First Black Bachelorette, courtesy of NPR.
- David Lynch and Twin Peaks fans should head over to the The A.V Club and warm up their ears for The Secret Diary of Laura Palmer becoming an audio book narrated by Sheryl Lee/Laura Palmer herself.
- Bookworms and fantasy aficionados will appreciate the news coming from The Guardian that Philip Pullman is bringing us what’s sure to be another grand slam trilogy The Book of Dust overlapping with His Dark Materials.
- Birth. Movies. Death. brings us the first trailer for the long-awaited festival circuit horror The Void, and it is scary (and very NSFW)!
- Hot on the heels of wide-release horror A Cure for Wellness might have some of you reminiscing about a time when Gore Verbinski was attached to a BioShock film adaptation. Coming Soon takes a look at what went wrong there, and lets us know if we should have any hope for a return to that dream.
- Film School Rejects showcases an impressive video and write-up for why black and white cinematography matters in film.
- Check out the first trailer for Terrence Malick’s new film Song to Song starring Michael Fassbender, Ryan Gosling, Rooney Mara, and Natalie Portman in some troubling romantic situations, courtesy of IndieWire.
- And, to lighten it up, check out Wyatt Duncan’s clever mash-up of Scorsese’s Silence with Nacho Libre:
The trailer for Martin Scorsese's 'Silence' except it's 'Nacho Libre'. pic.twitter.com/8sQzVhx7j1
— Wyatt Duncan (@WyattDuncan) February 12, 2017
That’s it for this week, folks. Check back next Monday for more of the best movie stuff from the rest of the Internet!
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