Daniel Alexander

Romanian self-taught writer, based in Cyprus, interested in contemporary art, unconventional culture and gonzo journalism. Writing for almost a decade, he is agnostic, supports a censorship-free society and reads way less than he wants.

(Interview) Jonathan Bree: “Art is healthier when it is in the shadows”

You most likely know of Jonathan Bree from the catchy music video in which him and his dancers appear wearing masks and dancing awkwardly on a 60’s, ABBA-on-TV kind of background. Elsewhere, another popular collaboration is the cigarette duet with Princess Chelsea, a sample of hippie nostalgia and probably a […]

Get High Watching Nic Cage Slashing Religious Freaks in ‘Mandy’ (2018)

The return of ’80s cult classic horror is upon us with this Panos Cosmatos‘ original, gorgeous depiction of an improbable love-gore story in a most unlikely setting ever chosen. Hated by some, worshipped by some, Mandy (2018) is what Only Lovers Left Alive would have looked like if directed by Tarantino. […]

Lucky Girls Are The Ones Caught on Film Smiling – Eliot Michl

Eliot Michl is an American poet and visual artist born and raised in Northern Missouri, with a keen passion for epistolary communication. But more than anything, she is a traveler who filters her real-life experiences through the complex, yet so near at hand funnel of poetry and film. A habit […]