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Karen St. Claire: The Countess [SPOKESMODEL GALLERY]

Hovering
I’ll take your life-force
Hovering
I’ll take your life-force
In exchange
For eternity
In exchange
For eternal life

Scary Movie Night: Fallen [DVD/BLU RAY REVIEW]

John Hobbes (Denzel Washington) is a Philadelphia murder detective who is responsible for supplying pertinent evidence which in turn is bringing justice to a close for serial killer Edgar Reese (Elias Koteas), who is sentenced to die in the gas chamber. The condemned murderer leaves cryptic coded hints behind in riddle form before his last dance with death. The detective soon discovers a diabolical copycat killer. He then begins studying the mysterious clues left behind from his last conversation with Reese, just moments before his execution.

Master & Apprentice [BOOK REVIEW]

separates him from his padawan. With his own master being the now departed Jedi, Dooku, Qui-Gon is often as much at odds with the Jedi council as he is with his student—so he is completely dumbfounded when he is actually invited to join the Jedi council itself.

To do so, however, he’ll have to stop being Obi-Wan’s master and find a replacement master for him. He asks for time to think and, as he does so, he gets a summon by the council to do a last mission before he makes up his mind: rejoin another of Dooku’s former students, Jedi Rael Averross, in quelling a terrorist group…

Kung Fu Vampire: Come Dawn [ALBUM REVIEW]

Band/Artist: Kung Fu Vampire Release House: Ultra Violet...

Scary Movie Night: Angel Heart [DVD/BLURAY REVIEW]

Harry Angel (played by Mickey Rourke) is a bottom of the barrel simple task New York detective hired by Louis Cyphere (played by Robert De Niro) at a law firm called Herman and Winesap. Louis hires Harry to locate a missing wartime crooner, Johnny Favorite, that he claims is indebted to him. In this “neo-noir” psychological horror, you are escorted on a journey through the world of Voodoo, murder mystery, steamy sex, and legendary deal making with the devil for fame and fortune.

Disko Anksiyete [ALBUM REVIEW]

Disko Anksiyete takes one back to the 80’s in more ways than just one. In addition to a hefty Sisters of Mercy influence, there is a very strong new wave influence, e.g. A Flock of Seagulls and Nena. The album does not, however, recycle old material. She Past Away keeps the old elements sounding new and fresh and relevant, as well as insanely dance-able.

Karen St. Claire: Abandoned Asylum’s Latex Nurse [SPOKESMODEL GALLERY]

At an abandoned asylum, photos of a latex nurse were left behind. They were uncovered in a metal file cabinet inside a bolted down locker by nocturnal trespassers who roamed the premises scouting for unique historical treasures. Inside the decaying hospital, they uncovered a rundown electroshock room and various vials of syringe meds in a locked cabinet.  The shredded rubber had been ripped off the walls of the solitary confinement ward.

Stoneburner: Technology Implies Belligerence [ALBUM REVIEW]

  Band/Artist: Stoneburner Release House: Negative Gain Genre: Tribal...

Scary Movie Night: The Skeleton Key [DVD/BLURAY VIDEO REVIEW]

Caroline Ellis (played by Kate Hudson) stars as a fed up hospice caregiver who leaves her nursing home job to start employment in a private estate and discovers it’s mysterious past linked to  Hoodoo which lurks rampantly in the haunted estate.