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This Week’s Essential Releases: D-Beat, Dance, Experimental, and More

Welcome to Seven Essential Releases, our weekly roundup of the best music on Bandcamp. Each week, we’ll recommend six new albums that were released between last Friday and this Friday, plus pick an older LP from the stacks that you may have missed. 1,446 more words

Featured Music

"What 'The Cured' Has to Say About the Zombie Genre"

I like a good zombie movie, but of late, “good zombie movie” has a pretty strict Andy Crump Approved™ definition: Basically, I’m not at all interested in workaday zombie invasion movies where the goal is for people to off zombies, get eaten by zombies, and also have conflict with other humans because other humans can’t be trusted to act in service to the greater good when facing zombie hordes. 94 more words


Movie Review: Warm Bodies (2013)


Movie:  Warm Bodies (2013)

Director: Jonathan Levine

Writer: Jonathan Levine & Isaac Marion

Cast: Nicholas Hoult, Teresa Palmer, Analeigh Tipton, Rob Corddry, Dave Franco, & John Malkovich… 459 more words


#Six for Sunday - Film interpretations of books

It’s that time of week again! I can’t believe how fast this week has gone! Nether the less lets crack on with today’s prompt for #SixforSunday. 773 more words

Book Blog

Book Review - Warm Bodies, Warm Feeling!

Published the best part of a decade ago in 2010, Isaac Marion’s Warm Bodies is an absolute delight of a zombie-romance novel.  I’m a little behind in reading it, only picking it up after my husband bought it for me this Christmas, but I’m still feeling a warm, fuzzy glow of finishing such an enjoyable read. 308 more words


TTT Ten Books I Really Liked but Can’t Remember Anything/Much About

It’s Top Ten Tuesday again! TTT is a fan initiative currently hosted at ThatArtsyReaderGirl.

Today’s topic: Ten Books I really liked but can’t remember anything about. 343 more words

Top Ten Tuesday

Movie Review: Warm Bodies (2013)

Oh yea, opening with a joke about humans basically being zombies walking around on our phones not truly interacting with others and forgetting how to really live. 1,051 more words