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This Week in Macabre & Mysterious Media: August 15 - 21st

~YOUR MUSICAL INTERLUDE~

The Voyager Interstellar Record – The Sounds of Earth

Access the record’s complete playlist here.

(Thank you to my son for finding it and bringing it to my attention. 1,063 more words

Renae Rude

July Favorites!

Hooo boy. July was such a slow month for me, but I had such a great time! My term break started, packed my bags and flew back to Jakarta for the holidays, had TONS of fun, and went back to school. 605 more words

Bookish

STUDIO GHIBLI HAUL!

I was pretty much ecstatic the moment my mom announced that she was to book a ticket to Japan *cue confetti* but sadly, I wasn’t to join her *cue downfall music* BUT I did ask for a few things! 278 more words

Bookish

Bookish Journal Updates #2: ANGSTY MUCH?

Heeey everyone! It’s time for yet another journal update! I’ve been watching lots of films lately so that means more doodles :D Keep in mind that I am by no means a professional artist (you’ll see what I mean), I’m doing this merely for the fun of it all and to share them with you all. 619 more words

Bookish

This Week in Macabre & Mysterious Media: June 27 - July 3

~YOUR MUSICAL INTERLUDE~

A conversation with composer and musician Rob Kapilow,
about the magic of Somewhere Over the Rainbow.

As July begins, there isn’t much in the way of newly released ghost- or monster-based media around, but I’ve found a selection of sci-fi and fantasy films that should keep us entertained. 1,709 more words

Renae Rude

This Week in Macabre & Mysterious Media: June 13 - 19, 2016

~YOUR MUSICAL SPOKEN WORD INTERLUDE~

Christopher Walken reads The Raven

The first M&M Media of each month is always more extensive than those that follow, but the following paltry offering is ridiculous. 686 more words

Renae Rude

A Studio Ghibli Film: Ponyo On A Cliff By The Sea

Oh, look, another Studio Ghibli post. Will I ever stop raving about these films? Not likely. Am I going to keep shoving these heartfelt films in your face? 578 more words

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