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Dive Into The Deep End With The Latest Experimental Tracks

Check out some of the best ethereal and mind-bending sounds released by some of the most forward-thinking producers of our time. Prepare to try and make sense of the multitude of rhythms pulsating through your ears and mind. 201 more words


Film Review No.341: Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles (2014)

Watch out, ya’ll ’bout to get shell-shocked… or so the theme tune to this new take on the heroes in a half shell goes. Being shell-shocked is an odd thing to associate with a film based on a kids range of comics, toys and cartoons, but I think, maybe… just maybe, they were going for a play on words there. 1,304 more words

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AWESOME-tober-fest 2014: Zombie Nightmare (1987) movie review

Yesterday you saw the ad for the flick, Zombie Nightmare from 1987.  It starred Adam West, Tia Carrere and Jon Mikl-Thor.  I’ve loved the look of that ad since I first saw it in… 1,137 more words

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All The Money

If someone tells you don’t write fantasy, it won’t sell, well there’s a few things you can point out to that person.

First, their information is from pre-1977. 491 more words

Writing Stuff

Why do we read?

For most of us this question is one easily answered, starting with because we enjoy it and because we want to. Then the answer broadens to encompass because it keeps my mind active, I learn new things, new words, new ways of saying things, to be entertained, to escape (this is one of mine main reasons for reading – second only to because I love to read)… 748 more words

6ter Tag. Genre und Regeln.

Heute fangen wir damit an uns über unsere eigenen Spiele Gedanken zu machen. Allerdings müssen wir davor nochmal darüber reden welche Arten von Spielen es eigentlich gibt. 147 more words


AWESOME-tober-fest 2014: Zombie Nightmare ad (1987)

Today, I’m showing you a 1987 home video ad for Zombie Nightmare (1991) starring Adam West, Jon-Mikl Thor, Tia Carrere and Shawn Levy.  This ad was on the back cover of one of my Fangoria’s and I’ve always loved the look of it.   72 more words

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