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David Bowie—Scary Monsters

Scary Monsters—Among David Bowie’s most celebrated albums—Ziggy Stardust (1972), Low (1977), et al.—Scary Monsters is the most commonly forgotten. It’s considered to be roughly on the same plane as the others, but possibly due to its more extreme nature, it’s often left off such lists. 674 more words


'Cannibal Holocaust' is STILL "The Mother of All Cannibal Movies" (Review)

Written by: Tara Mae Jackson

Directed by: Ruggero Deodato

Cast: Robert Kerman, Francesca Ciardi, Perry Pirkanen, Luca Barbareschi

Most anyone who has delved into horror has heard of the infamous Italian Cannibal movies and their notorious content of animal deaths, full frontal nudity, graphic sexual content, jungle natives with bad haircuts, and just sheer violence. 789 more words

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The Crap Movie Club: One-Trick Pony (1980)

By his own admission, Paul Simon had some very lean years between his 1975 classic Still Crazy After All These Years and 1986’s multi-million selling, multi-Grammy-winning… 671 more words


Alligator (1980, Lewis Teague)

Alligator has quite a few things going for it. Lead Robert Forster is great, Robin Riker’s solid as his love interest and sidekick, John Sayles’s script has some excellent moments in it (some of them just being the attention he pays to Forster and Riker’s relationship), the giant alligator effects are solid, Larry Bock and Ron Medico’s editing is outstanding. 498 more words


The 10 Best One-Hit Wonder Songs of the 80's

The website ConsequencesofSound.net put together a list of the “100 Best One-Hit Wonder Songs.” Here’s there top 10, but only from the 80s:

10) Young MC – “Bust a Move” (1989) 60 more words



Let’s all make a vow to ourselves that we will put our hearts into service and our shoulders to the wheel. We have a great fellowship of believers. 53 more words

Church Bulletin

The PunkCast Ep. 7: Dead Kennedy's Fresh Fruit for Rotting Vegetables

Alex & Matt talked about the Dead Kennedy’s classic debut album FRESH FRUIT FOR ROTTING VEGETABLES, the album’s cultural and historical significance, and where it fits in punk rock’s lineage. 17 more words