I reviewed Moonchild over at HorrorDNA. Continue reading At HorrorDNA: Moonchild Review
A fascinating history for the film obsessive in your life. While being focused on the development of synching sound to image in movies, it is also a decent history of the studio system. If you’re already interested in the morbid, melancholic, and macabre, then there will be some old friends here. I found the biggest … Continue reading Marginalia #13
I reviewed Toil and Trouble: A Women’s History of the Occult over at HorrorDNA. Continue reading At HorrorDNA: Toil and Trouble Review
Not necessarily about Twin Peaks, but about what the show has meant to fans, specifically women who have experienced trauma. I was a little disappointed at first, since I expected more of an analysis of the show, but I realized that I wasn’t the intended audience. I still got a lot from it. Plenty of … Continue reading Marginalia #12
I love reissues of classics, even though I don’t buy a lot of them. At one point, realizing I had over 13 copies of 1984 and limited space led me to getting rid of most of them. Anyway, I like “The Willows”, but haven’t been made a superfan of Blackwood yet. He sets fantastic moods, … Continue reading Marginalia #11
I feel like I read too many surveys or books that cover a range of topics. This one is certainly an antidote to that. A fascinating, academic look at ilanot (something like Maps of God or Trees of Life) from around 1300 to the initial era of printing. Besides captivating art, this book is an … Continue reading Marginalia #10
I reviewed Dario Argento’s new movie over at HorrorDNA. Continue reading At HorrorDNA: Dark Glasses Review
For over 20 years I’ve been making sounds with a few different friends. A few of them are on this goofy and noisy punk album put out by Make World Gooder Tapes. I had a blast adding bass to the tracks. The album is at that link above on Bandcamp. Some samples for you: Continue reading New Release: Shitbricks: All Whammers Must Die!!