The Continuous Evilution of Life’s ?’s [ALBUM REVIEW]
Feb04

The Continuous Evilution of Life’s ?’s [ALBUM REVIEW]

Wait, what?! A horrorcore rap review on a Goth webzine? Yeah well, horrorcore rap has been one of my loves for almost twenty years, and I think it would be somewhat dishonest of me to not review at least one album, and what better album to review than Twiztid’s latest release: The Continuous Evilution of Life’s ?’s (pronounced “life’s question marks”), especially since I’ve met quite a few Goths who are fans of them. This is the duo’s eleventh studio album to date, and their second studio album since leaving Psychopathic Records and beginning their own label, Majik Ninja Entertainment.

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Demon Hunter [INDEPENDENT FILM REVIEW]
Jan26

Demon Hunter [INDEPENDENT FILM REVIEW]

Taryn Barker isn’t your typical Goth girl; she not only believes in the supernatural, she hunts it down. Blaming herself for her sister’s death, she wants the killer(s) brought to justice. With the “help” of a demonic entity she’s given the power to avenge her sister’s death. But once she is arrested administering justice, a detective’s daughter becomes the victim of the demons. Taryn must take up her sword and destroy the darkness before it consumes both her and Detective Ray’s daughter.

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Green Screen Made Easy: Keying and Compositing Techniques for Indie Filmmakers [BOOK REVIEW]
Jan12

Green Screen Made Easy: Keying and Compositing Techniques for Indie Filmmakers [BOOK REVIEW]

The authors of Green Screen Made Easy take us into the world of special effects found in filmmaking and photography. Not only do you learn how it’s done, but you learn how to do it yourself using easy, affordable methods while still retaining visual quality.

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Machines of Our Disgrace [ALBUM REVIEW]
Dec31

Machines of Our Disgrace [ALBUM REVIEW]

Circle of Dust is an industrial rock project of Klayton’s, known widely for his work in Celldweller. Circle of Dust started in the early nineties and turned a lot of heads. He disbanded the project in 1998 and focused his attention on Celldweller. Now, almost twenty years later, Klayton resurrected Circle of Dust and Machines of Our Disgrace was born.

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Catalyst (Star Wars): A Rogue One Novel [BOOK REVIEW]
Dec08

Catalyst (Star Wars): A Rogue One Novel [BOOK REVIEW]

Orson Krennic is a rising star within the Republic during the Clone Wars and, after stealing plans for a super battle station from the Separatists—knowing that a successful build could allow him to usurp Governor Tarkin, his military rival, in Senator Palpatine’s good graces— he decides the Republic needs to make one of their own. (Considering how often plans for massive space stations keep getting stolen in the Star Wars universe, am I the only one that’s wondering if perhaps all the major players in Star Wars are using the same firewall responsible for the Sony hacking scandal of 2015?)

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Steve Jackson’s Sorcery! 4: The Crown of Kings [VIDEO GAME REVIEW]
Nov24

Steve Jackson’s Sorcery! 4: The Crown of Kings [VIDEO GAME REVIEW]

At long last, we finish the quadrology of Inkle Studio’s reimaginings of the Fighting Fantasy gamebooks, Sorcery! (If you’re just now discovering our reviews of this series, read our prior reviews of Sorcery! , Sorcery! 2 , and Sorcery! 3 .) In concluding the last game, The Seven Serpents, we made our way through the treacherous time-warped Baklands, tracking 7 deadly serpents who were tasked with hunting us down and slaughtering us, or, at the very least, warning our nemesis, the Archmage, of our approach so we could not assault Mapang unawares. In the final chapter, we find…

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