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Snuff

“Snuff” is a power ballad by American heavy metal band Slipknot. Released as the fifth single from their fourth album All Hope Is Gone on September 28, 2009, the song charted at number two on the Billboard Hot Mainstream Rock Tracks chart, their highest charted single to date, surpassing “Dead Memories”. 239 more words

Book - Movie - Music

Caligula

Caligula, the most corrupt man who ever lived, a story of hedonism to rival Fellini’s Satyricon, told through the interpretation of historical material drawn from Suetonius and Tacitus. 60 more words

Historical Fiction

Silent Hill: Revelation

Heather Mason (Adelaide Clemens) and her father Harry (Sean Bean) are on the run and she suffers from petrifying nightmares. When her father goes missing she realises not all is as it seems. 108 more words

Horror

Flash Movie Review: Some Kind of Beautiful

You know it does not always have to be an awkward situation when you meet someone you used to be married to or have dated. Of course, it depends on the circumstances that led to the separation in the first place. 445 more words

Comedy

Watch this fascinating interview with Anthony Burgess and Malcolm McDowell, shortly after the release of A Clockwork Orange

Burgess has often voiced issues with Kubrick’s version of his novel, but here he is, if not effusive, complimentary about Kubrick’s transitioning of the book to film. 16 more words

Film

Happy birthday to the King of The Droogs, Malcolm McDowell

Everyone knows A Clockwork Orange, but remember Malcolm as the hedonistic, orgy loving Rock star, Reggie Wanker, in 1983’s Get Crazy?

Music