Monthly Archives: August 2009
Soundgarden. 4th of July.
Talk to a lot of people nowadays and they’ll tell you that a horror film isn’t worth the time or effort to be seen unless it has some “great gore” or “brutal kills”. Since I refuse to support Rob Zombie (who says liberals don’t have any principles?), I’ve had to read a lot of reviews […]
Be warned, spoilers ahead. The Burning was one of the many films impounded in the UK in the early 1980s under the Obscene Publications Act, when the uncut version was “accidentally” released on VHS instead of the trimmed down version approved by the BBFC. The plot: kids at a summer camp play a prank on […]
I recently had the opportunity to read the collected edition of Razorjack by John Higgins. It’s a pretty wild book and I really dug it. I can’t quite describe the vibe I got as I read the first few pages. It sort of felt like I was a kid again and I had stayed up […]