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Films That Are Worth Your While: Leviathan (2014)

Taking place in a small coastal town in Russia, a family is under threat of having their home demolished by the towns corrupt mayor. The families father, Kolya, recruits his friend and lawyer, Dmitriy, to fight the demolition and save the family home. 8 more words

Naming the Enemy: Babel

It is important to name one’s enemies. Only thus may they be quite completely recognized for what they are, or therefore effectually fought. The reluctance of our chattering classes to name Islam an enemy of the West – as Islam has forthrightly declared herself to be – has forestalled our prosecution of her war against us. 725 more words

Civilizational Twilight

The Leicestershire Poacher (1)

When I was bound apprentice in famous Leicestershire, I soon took up with poaching … with apologies to that most prolific of composers: Trad.

This is an example of having to go forwards to work backwards. 401 more words


MARTRÖÐ Streaming New Track "Draumleiðsla"

Black metal collective Martröð (Leviathan, etc) have released a new track from their highly-anticipated debut album, Transmutation of Wounds, which is due out later this year via Fallen Empire Records and Terratur Possessions. 40 more words


The Mechanics of Love, Loss, and Greatness: A Review of Neil Aitken's Leviathan

Neil Aitken’s new chapbook Leviathan (Hyacinth Girl Press, 2016) guides the reader through the life, loves, and losses of Charles Babbage, a nineteenth-century mathematician and inventor remembered as the father of the computer. 713 more words