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Ghosts of Mars (2001)

In 1965 Italian horror mastermind Mario Bava released the eerie, way-ahead-of-its-time Planet of the Vampires. In 1979 directorial enigma Ridley Scott drew major influence from the atmospheric elements of… 574 more words

Brandon Ledet

Essential Songs: February 2015

February was another great month for music fans. Here is a list of songs that came out in the month of February I recommend you lend your ears. 334 more words


It Follows

The opening of It Follows could have come straight out of a John Carpenter flick: suburban Americana; sun-drenched lawn; synthesised, convulsive soundtrack; and, of course, a teenager running in heels (running from someone—some… 1,079 more words


Gazing into The Void: An Interview with Jeremy Gillespie

In case you’ve been living under a rock for the last week or so, you’ve probably heard of there’s a new project currently walking the horror crowd-funding block and it demands your attention. 699 more words


The Art of Tony Stella

I wanted to have an “aside post” of sorts with all the writing that I am trying to squeeze in to my dreadful schedule. They will come very soon, too, and a “visual” essay I am working on on John Carpenter‘s well-documented fascination with the films of  187 more words

Reflections On Film

Reboots should be clearly identified as reboots so people know films haven't always sucked

Some of my earliest and most cherished recreational memories are of watching films. Back before the ‘casual internet’ era the only realistic forms of entertainment you could take part in without adult assistance or financial support were watching films and playing computer games (The latter being extremely expensive at the time, even more so than now). 923 more words

Assault On Precinct 13

Assault On Your Local Precinct

Assault On Your Local Precinct

That back story on this track is pretty cool and worth checking out. For those who want proof, click the pudding and enjoy. 55 more words