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I Don't Love You, but I Love This Bar.

Being single in your 30s is kind of like being the only female in a seedy dive bar;  you feel a little out of place.  As some drunk guy stumbles out of the unisex bathroom with piss stained jeans, you think to yourself, “Maybe I should be somewhere else in life, somewhere more grown-up, classy and less urine soaked…” 252 more words


The Devil All the Time - Book Review

The Devil All the Time, by Donald Ray Pollock was an incredible novel. I was recommended it by Goodreads as a novel for people who liked True Detective (which is by far my favorite show on television) and it did not disappoint. 154 more words

Book Reviews

The Hateful 8

Theeese muthafuckahs made a great film as usual.

As with The Revenant, I fully enjoyed the landscape shots. The violence was wonderfully played out as per a typical Tarantino film. 202 more words

Movie Review

Remember The Fun Times Of Hide & Seek As A Kid? Refuge Is A Gritty, Dark Rendition That Would've Terrified As A Child

It isn’t everyday that I stumble onto a Kickstarter project that gets me excited, however the mere premise for Refuge was enough to peak my interest. 511 more words


Gritty Noir Point & Click Adventure The Slaughter Takes You To Victorian London In Hunt Of A Serial Killer

Brainchild today announced the PC release of the first act of Victorian adventure game The Slaughter with be on January 28th. Following a successful Kickstarter, the noir point and click adventure will launch globally on  290 more words



Hannah Sloan photographed by Samantha Hearn. January 2016. Nashville, Tenn.


Purgatory: Part Two

This is why I found this picture to be familiar.

I’ve walked past this many times on the way to and from work or to and from the city. 177 more words