Twenty years in, Songs for the Deaf drowns out the negative noise

Welcome to M20, a personal recollection of the most important albums of my life, starting in 1999. I will choose an album released that year that had the most impact on me. This is not necessarily the best of the year, and they may not necessarily continue to hold up. This is about the journey. … Continue reading Twenty years in, Songs for the Deaf drowns out the negative noise

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Incubus (1966)

Most of the time in this series, I seek out recommended movies and try to judge if they can rise to their hype. But this time, when compiling my list, I came across a real oddity. And while I certainly can’t recommend investing the 73 minutes required to watch Incubus, I’m pleased to have such … Continue reading Incubus (1966)

M20: A 19 year-old takes refuge from a changing, terrifying world in cartoons

Welcome to M20, a personal recollection of the most important albums of my life, starting in 1999. I will choose an album released that year that had the most impact on me. This is not necessarily the best of the year, and they may not necessarily continue to hold up. This is about the journey. … Continue reading M20: A 19 year-old takes refuge from a changing, terrifying world in cartoons

M20: At the end of the 20th century, I discover the greatest band in the world

Welcome to M20, a personal recollection of the most important albums of my life, starting in 1999. I will choose an album released that year that had the most impact on me. This is not necessarily the best of the year, and they may not necessarily continue to hold up. This is about the journey. … Continue reading M20: At the end of the 20th century, I discover the greatest band in the world

The Skull (1965)

With the exception of Planet of the Vampires, all the movies I review for 1965 are British productions. I’m not exactly sure what was happening in Hollywood at the time. The past decade has been seemingly dominated by Hammer Film Productions. They’re a formidable institution, a brand as recognizable to horror fans as Coca-Cola. Well, … Continue reading The Skull (1965)