Films

Super Size Me

Published on March 24th, 2006 | by The Beige Baron

I braved a McDonald's sundae (in violation of a three-year-old pact to boycott the company responsible for the most insidious use of Satan in marketing) right before I went to see Morgan Spurlock's Super Size Me... Read More


Films

Zatoichi: The Blind Swordsman

Published on March 23rd, 2006 | by The Beige Baron

You might have seen the 2004 remake of Zatoicihi: The Blind Swordsman by Japanese film veteran Takeshi Kitano ( Violent Cop, Battle Royale, Brother ), but I rented Festival of Fire to get an idea of how the original 70s versions compare. ... Read More


Reviews

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Peeping Tom: Self-titled Album Review

Published on March 23rd, 2006 | by Vincent BlackShadow

To witness Peeping Tom live is as much a physical experience as an aural one, but fans of their countless shows will feel right at home with this suite of groovy, ultra-slow, colon-bothering riffs... Read More


Interviews

Electric Wizard

Published on March 22nd, 2006 | by The Beige Baron

BNU tracks down Electric Wizard’s Jus Greaves a few days before they embark on grass-roots Aussie tour. Fans have been counting the days since news leaked out that Electric Wizard, the world’s undisputed kings of doom, ... Read More


Interviews

Dead Meadow — The Feathers Interview

Published on March 22nd, 2006 | by The Beige Baron

It’s only since the release of Washington DC band Dead Meadow’s third album, Shivering King & Others (for respected indie label Matador Records) that the band has attracted international recognition. Now playing as a quartet with ... Read More


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Audioslave — Out of Exile

Published on March 20th, 2006 | by Al. L. Torso

Much of Audioslave’s laboured opus Out Of Exile comes across as a band of heavyweight musicianship going through the motions. ... Read More


Films

She Devils On Wheels

Published on March 20th, 2006 | by Kinko P. Douglas

If you like psychedelic '60s exploitation cheap, camp ,trashy and nasty with more gender-political statements than you can poke whatever you've got at, then here's yet another cult-classic treat, new to the DVD format... Read More


Films

STAR WARS: The Revenge of the Sith

Published on March 19th, 2006 | by Kinko P. Douglas

Again, George Lucas has succeeded in creating a tribute to the former glory of Star Wars rather than a real prequel to the original concept that was, Star Wars... Read More


Films

A Very Long Engagement

Published on March 19th, 2006 | by Hans Fruck

In the opening sequence of A Very Long Engagement, a series of French soldiers shoot themselves in an attempt to escape the misery of the trenches. ... Read More


Interviews

Airbourne Interview

Published on March 17th, 2006 | by Al. L. Torso

“We’re a rock band that likes big black motorbikes!” The frontman is whip thin, and he renders his intersong spiel with a psuedo-American accent. The SG Gibson sits low on his hip, like an African solider’s ... Read More


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