Disko Anksiyete [ALBUM REVIEW]
Aug23

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.

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SCARY MOVIE NIGHT: The Skeleton Key [DVD/BLURAY VIDEO REVIEW]
Jul26

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.

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Wisborg: From the Cradle to the Coffin [ALBUM REVIEW]
Jun21

Wisborg: From the Cradle to the Coffin [ALBUM REVIEW]

Wisborg actually delivers a “gothic” project that would make sense being grouped with the early greats like the Sisters of Mercy and Fields of the Nephilim – and that with a front man under 25! Classic goth-rock, also called post-punk, is bass-driven but Wisborg achieves the effect by playing the low strings on heavily distorted electric guitars and/or with keyboards rather than a bass guitar. The former often gives the sound a metal feel. The depth and complexity in this record does not resemble the top-40-quality opuses so often ground out by many…

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Conscience of the King [BOOK REVIEW]
Jun04

Conscience of the King [BOOK REVIEW]

Imagine being a young man—yes, on the planet, Equus, 100 is young— content with your role as a quantum computational genius and teacher of kindergartners, and suddenly, on that 100th natal day, being declared, without warning or recourse, the absolute ruler of a sprawling galactic alliance faced with a deadly threat. Ah’Krill Ardenai Morningstar—until that fateful morning Ah’rane Ardenai Krush—has, following 700 years of rule by the priestesses of the Great House—risen to become the Thirteenth Dragonhorse, the only secular ruler the Affined Equi Worlds and the Seventh Galactic Alliance will…

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Skald In Veum: Stridslysten [ALBUM REVIEW]
May28

Skald In Veum: Stridslysten [ALBUM REVIEW]

Blackened Scandinavian metal band Skald In Veum hit the scene hard, turned many heads and had even more banging with their debut release 1260 Days in 2015. Four years later, the band finally released their long-anticipated sophomore album, Stridslysten, with a LIMITED CD release, so get one while you still can!

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Twiztid: Generation Nightmare [ALBUM REVIEW]
May10

Twiztid: Generation Nightmare [ALBUM REVIEW]

Underground hip-hop duo Twiztid spent a year preparing their fans for the release of Generation Nightmare. With a number of singles hitting the digital media outlets, Jamie Madrox and Monoxide Child showed their fans just how versatile they can be, and announced to the world that “we are the nightmare children.”

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RAVEN MOONLIGHT: Killstar! [MAKEUP VIDEO]
May07

RAVEN MOONLIGHT: Killstar! [MAKEUP VIDEO]

Killstar Haul!!! We shall find out how good the quality of the items are and if it was really worth the purchase.

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XIII Minutes: Obsessed [ALBUM REVIEW]
Apr19

XIII Minutes: Obsessed [ALBUM REVIEW]

The number thirteen conjures up several images depending on who is observing it. Every thirteen minutes, one American will take their own life. Every thirteen minutes, someone in America dies in a motor vehicle accident. Every thirteen minutes, a woman dies of breast cancer and thirteen minutes is the time the warning sirens give before a tornado hits.
Forming in 2016 and hailing from Tulsa, OK, XIII Minutes takes on the significance of thirteen in the spiritual realm. XIII Minutes is the time it takes every day to be spiritually fit. Thirteen is the number of great blessing. The nu

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LIFE: The World’s Most Haunted Places [BOOK REVIEW]
Apr05

LIFE: The World’s Most Haunted Places [BOOK REVIEW]

Immerse yourself in a spine-tingling, eerie journey as LIFE Magazine weaves you through a spectrum of the World’s Most Haunted Places. Hold onto your seat and get ready as this picturesque book of macabre, madness, and informative morsels in the school of thought, twists you into stitches and leaves you heaving in goosebumps.

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Gorilla Voltage: Gods & Claws [ALBUM REVIEW]
Jan25

Gorilla Voltage: Gods & Claws [ALBUM REVIEW]

Previously known as The Damn Dirty Apes, Gorilla Voltage (consisting of the members ClockworC and Mr. Grey) hit the underground hip-hop scene hard with their debut album Ape-X, released in 2017. After an EP, re-release of Damn Dirty Apes material, and a compilation of “Lost Tapes,” fans were much anticipating their sophomore LP, Gods & Claws.

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Glory Days (Book Review)
Nov30

Glory Days (Book Review)

Peter Aloysha Aaron is a young man desperately trying to find himself. Born illegitimately in Russia, Peter can’t remember his early years, except by terrible nightmares that plague him and lure him back into a terrible trauma that he has no real memory of – trauma inflicted while he and his mother were held prisoner by the Germans. Rescued by his father at a young age, Peter was then raised in Hollywood with all of the glamour and extravagance that came with the Hollywood scene.

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