Get Your Claws On A Pop Culture Beast T-Shirt!

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  Interested in owning one of the Kickstarter Pop Culture Beast T-shirts? We have a limited number currently available! Email if you want one! $20 +$5 shipping ($15 international) We have a very limited amount so act fast!

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Film Review: Pervert Park

Robin LynnDocumentary, MoviesLeave a Comment


Pervert Park, also known as the Palace Mobile Home Park in St. Petersburg Florida, is home to about 120 convicted sex offenders. While their time spent in prison is behind them, the adjustment to life outside is ongoing. In the United States, a convicted sex offense can be anything from flashing to violent rape, public urination to incest, and a … Read More

Robin LynnFilm Review: Pervert Park

John Carpenter Comes Home To Halloween

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In what might just be the most shocking and welcoming news in recent horror memory, horror legend John Carpenter has joined forces with Blumhouse and Miramax for a brand-new Halloween film! No word yet if this is going to be a remake or a reboot or well who knows what, all we do know (at least for now) is that … Read More

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What’s out on Blu-ray and DVD 5/24/2016: Scream Factory Collector’s Edition – Manhunter, Fever

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Scream Factory Collector’s Edition – Manhunter Manhunter is a story that has been adapted many, many times. At last count it was a book (Red Dragon), a TV show, and two movies; this film stands head and shoulders above all other adaptations of the novel. Michael Mann (Heat, Collateral) directs an incredible cast in this tale of an almost psychically … Read More

Adam RuhlWhat’s out on Blu-ray and DVD 5/24/2016: Scream Factory Collector’s Edition – Manhunter, Fever

DVD Review: The Merchant Of Venice

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The Merchant Of Venice

Laurence Olivier is known for his earlier Shakespeare films – Hamlet, Richard III, Henry V – but it was his King Lear that first really impressed me, much more than his earlier work.  He gave an incredible performance as Lear. A decade before his King Lear, he took on the role of Shylock in Jonathan Miller’s production of The Merchant … Read More

Michael DohertyDVD Review: The Merchant Of Venice

Book: The Singing Bone (Beth Hahn)

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The Singing Bone Beth Hahn Regan Arts Published March 1st, 2016 ISBN: 1942872569 (ISBN13: 9781942872566)         Alice Pearson lived through a nightmare 20 years ago. Now, she’s changed her name to Alice Wood, and is an unremarkable professor of folklore. She’s been studying a ballad about two sisters, a miller, and a murder. In every version, a … Read More

JL JamiesonBook: The Singing Bone (Beth Hahn)

DVD Review: Secundaria

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Secundaria is a documentary that follows a class of students through the three-year program at Cuba’s famous National Ballet School. It focuses primarily on two students: Mayara, who comes from a poorer neighborhood and who has to take a one-hour bus ride to get to school, and Gabriela, whose family has more money and lives closer to the school. This … Read More

Michael DohertyDVD Review: Secundaria

DVD Review: Invisible Scars

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Invisible Scars

Invisible Scars is a documentary about child abuse. The movie’s co-director and co-producer, Johnna Janis, was abused by her father as a child, and by exploring and exposing that abuse with this documentary, she seems to be coming to terms with her own experience. It is obviously a very personal film, and she herself is on camera for the majority … Read More

Michael DohertyDVD Review: Invisible Scars

CD Review Rachael Sage: Choreographic

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Rachael Sage: Choreographic

On Rachael Sage’s new release, Choreographic, she delivers a sound that mixes pop and folk really well. She is backed by a band that features prominently both cello and violin, instruments I love, creating an emotionally moving and satisfying group of songs, nearly all of which she wrote. In addition to writing and providing lead vocals, Rachael Sage plays piano, … Read More

Michael DohertyCD Review Rachael Sage: Choreographic

(Book Review) The Unicorn by Delphine Dryden

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It’s not often that I’ve ever wanted to call smut sweet, but this really was. The Unicorn, a recent new book from Delphine Dryden, fits into that spot. It’s not *really* new, it is a reissue of Roses and Chains, published in 2011, but it’s been very heavily revised and reissued. Mara knows what she wants, a real relationship with … Read More

Robin Lynn(Book Review) The Unicorn by Delphine Dryden

Uncharted 4: A Thief’s End

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Uncharted 4 for PS4 hit the shelves on May 10, and here’s my review. Don’t scroll past the trailer if you don’t want spoilers! “I am a man of fortune and must seek my fortune.” – Henry Avery. Uncharted 4 has been a long time coming. Uncharted 3 released at the end of 2011, and the teaser trailers have been … Read More

Kronda SeibertUncharted 4: A Thief’s End

Here’s A New Ghostbusters Trailer!

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The Ghostbusters Abby (Melissa McCarthy), Holtzmann (Kate McKinnon), Erin (Kristen Wiig) and Patty (Leslie Jones) inside the Mercado Hotel Lobby in Columbia Pictures' GHOSTBUSTERS.

I don’t know about you but I think it looks fun. I am a fan of everyone in this movie from cast to creatives so I am here day one. I’m sure the internet trolls will be fuming already but give it a watch and enjoy as we get a great new generation of Ghostbusters! Ghostbusters haunts theaters starting July … Read More

Garon CockrellHere’s A New Ghostbusters Trailer!

Book: Beyond the Ice Limit (Douglas Preston and Lincoln Child)

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Beyond the Ice Limit Douglas Preston and Lincoln Child Published May 17th, 2016 Grand Central Publishing ISBN: 1455525863 (ISBN13: 9781455525867)         After failing to retrieve a meteorite five years prior–leaving it, his ship, and his crew at the bottom of the ocean in Antarctic waters–Eli Glinn brings a new crew together to destroy it. He’s known it … Read More

JL JamiesonBook: Beyond the Ice Limit (Douglas Preston and Lincoln Child)

Review: The Front Bottoms in Cincinnati, Ohio

Hannah WilsonConcert Review, Live Music, Music, Opinion1 Comment

The Front Bottoms

There are a lot of factors that go into making a great show. And if I can say anything for this show, it’s that the atmosphere, and for lack of a better word, “vibes,” made it what it was. I’ll admit that I came solely for The Front Bottoms. I had never even heard of the opening acts — Brick … Read More

Hannah WilsonReview: The Front Bottoms in Cincinnati, Ohio