Vibrations, 1996 – ★★ [Movie Log]

“See the idea is to get the vibe going. Then you maintain the vibe with a trance inducing bass and the right lights. See, we’re primal, heading for cosmic. Just when you think we’re in galactic ecstasy? We go acid. It’s hardcore neutronic mutilation. Now we get serious. See, we’re going on a psychotically calibrated, electronically executed, digitally compressed, toxic screaming journey through sonic grooviness. The world is coming to an end, but we don’t care, because we’re moon-tan nocturnal, vinyl-consuming animals drifting easy through friendly space and analog trance; nothing can doom this groove. We’re controlling the vibe, manipulating the madness, sucking in the energy, and our cosmic nerve endings are telling us how to move, what to do, where to go, then we know, there’s the time: Let’s go!

Since I generally write up a few quick thoughts for each movie I watch, and in the interest of making public more of my thinking and writing processes, I figured that I might as well post the occasional review to this blog as well as to my Letterboxd/Rotten Tomatoes accounts.

Via Letterboxd – Jake Cowan

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