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MALDOROR 3:5 - THE RED LANTERN AT TWILIGHT

Balladeer’s Blog resumes its examination of the macabre 1868 French language work The Songs of Maldoror. This is one of the most twisted sections of  a book loaded with them.   926 more words

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MALDOROR 3:4 - THE SUPREME DRUNKARD

Balladeer’s Blog resumes its examination of the macabre 1868 French language work The Songs of Maldoror. This time around our supernatural protagonist commits his greatest affront to God so far. 416 more words

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Book Review Saturday - 'Resonance'

I made good on my vow to devour the latest Celine Kiernan novel, dear readers. It is entitled Resonance. It is… well. It’s fair to say that it’s somewhat beyond description. 963 more words

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MALDOROR 3:3 - THE TIGER-HEADED DRAGON

Balladeer’s Blog resumes its examination of the macabre 1868 French language work The Songs of Maldoror. It’s a battle of monsters this time around. 606 more words

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USC thesis film ‘Occam’s Razor’ in pre production

Here at HMU, we are big fans of student films and the like, as we have run spotlights on shorts from universities across the globe. So, it made sense to us when we were contacted by Alex Parslow about his University of Southern California thesis film OCCAM’S RAZOR. 346 more words

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MALDOROR 3:2 - VICTIMS BOTH LIVING AND DEAD

Balladeer’s Blog resumes its examination of the macabre 1868 French language work The Songs of Maldoror.

VICTIMS BOTH LIVING AND DEAD

The malevolent supernatural being Maldoror commits one of his most horrific acts of violence ever in this stanza. 903 more words

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British Politics Gothic

Some creepy funnies via cardboardmoose on tumblr:

  • thatcher is dead. you saw them put her in the ground, you remember, you know. but you turn on bbc parliament and there she is, sitting between cameron and osborne.
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