Tom Waits 1973 recording debut to the world is somewhat strange. He never seemed to repeat the country/folk sound of his first record on any of his future discography. It’s almost hard to explain, but let me try to paint a picture… Continue reading
EW has confirmed the streaming service is developing an original series based on the iconic drag queen’s formative years as he rose to prominence on the 1980’s New York City club circuit and, eventually, became a global voice for the LGBT community in pop culture throughout the ’90s.
BUT WHAT ABOUT LUCIFER HIMSELF???
Now that Mark Sheppard (Crowley) has announced that season 12 would be his last on Supernatural, leaving a huge spot to fill and it seems that Lucifer’s son is going to move up in the ranking as a series regular. EW.com is reporting that Alexander Calvert, who was introduced as Jack in the show’s 12th season, will return as a series regular this fall.
The Third Time is The Charm!
At approximately 25 minutes, this short foreign film was actually kind of enjoyable. I could tell the pulled from a lot of different sources (eg. ‘Insidious’ Paranormal Activity’ ‘Woman In Black’, ‘Candyman’, and hell even ‘Supernatural’ has covered this lore), and mashed them all together.
The Band That Should Have Been…
There are sadly many bands in the 80’s that should have made it big. Groups like Dangerous Toys could have been selling out arenas and even Quiet Riot worked for years to make a name for themselves to only be remembered by 2 songs. However, at the very top of this list should be a group that seldom people have heard. Continue reading
Nick Cave and the Bad Seeds have always been a poetic freak show, but their appearance on BBC Four Sessions in 2008 brought the circus into viewers homes. With the backdrop of a CBGB decorated church supplying an intimate atmosphere, Cave was completely in his element. Continue reading
Step Into My Personoiac Paranality
Alice Cooper isn’t done yet and his latest album Paranormal shows this vaudevillian super villain re-vamped and re-energize. With every song being its own mini episode filled attitude and tongue-in-cheek humor, this record brings Alice back to his garage rock roots. Continue reading