Month: October 2018

How Krimzon X Gets into Character for Halloween

By Bob Freville It’s October 31st, 2012 and the rapper [then] known as King Krimzon is out on parole. After refusing to pay a ticket, the law catches up with him…at one of his wicked stage shows. The police arrive in Halloween costumes and promptly arrest the Maestro of Murder Rap. As he’s led off

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Death Obsessed Book Review

“Death Obsessed” by Robert Essig Review by Zakary McGaha 4.5/5 stars. Death Obsessed is, without a doubt, one of the best indie horror books I’ve read in a while. Usually, I’m really easy to please when it comes to horror, and it takes a lot for me to say a book is really bad. Consequently,

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abstract_FETISH: The Future of American Art?

by World-Renowned Art Critic Lee Alvarez Having heard rumors of the mysterious art collective calling themselves “abstract_FETISH,” both online and at the wine parties where my associates and I get drunk and break bottles over each other’s heads, I was naturally curious when an announcement was made that they’d be putting on their first exhibition

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The Bloody Pustule Beauty Pageant

The following Halloween treat was originally published by Bizarro Central as part of their Flash Fiction Fridays series. It appears here in its unedited and unabridged form. By Bob Freville They’re spilling out on to the rickety termite-ridden runway. Woo daddy! We can see them lumbering out now! Oh yes! Those adorable little gals! Our

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5 Forgotten Gems to Watch This Halloween

By Bob Freville 1. The Nest of the Cuckoo Birds (1965) Earlier this year, maverick filmmaker and unabashed cinephile Nicolas Winding Refn launched his own free streaming website, byNWR.com. The site functions as a platform for serious film fans to discover obscure films of all genres, most notably old exploitation films that have been lost

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So Much Pain, So Much Sorrow: Celebrating 30 Years with Night of the Demons

By Bob Freville The day of atonement is at hand. We here at Silent Motorist Media delight in celebrating anniversaries…unless they’re our parents’ anniversaries. Hey, we’re children of divorce. Give us a break. Today, we honor Kevin Tenney’s cult horror classic, Night of the Demons, on the anniversary of its original theatrical release (October 14th,

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5 Old People Drugs That Can Get You Turnt the Fuck Up

By Scott “Boofer” Edgefield Let’s be real, drugs are dope…but you can only end up in so many K holes before you want a change of pace. Sure, rollin’ on Molly can be lit AF, but euphoria gets pretty boring after awhile. We here at the Imerominia Viasmos Beta fraternity firmly believe that there’s a

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The Warblers by Amber Fallon Book Review

by Zakary McGaha 3.8/5 Amber Fallon came to my attention with all that social media drama not too long ago, so I felt compelled to look up what really matters: her fiction. The Warblers is the type of book you read in one sitting. The way it’s written pulls you into the story and forces

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