Goblin’s Claudio Simonetti + Suspiria live = this Friday at Screenland Armour

Goblin's Claudio Simonetti + Suspiria live = this Friday at Screenland Armour

Goblin's Claudio Simonetti + Suspiria live = this Friday at Screenland Armour

In the world of horror movie music, there is none more funky than Claudio Simonetti. Be it the proto-electro of Tenebrae, the progressive rock of Zombi,...

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HOPE… FOR THE FUTURE – STARBURST Magazine

HOPE... FOR THE FUTURE - STARBURST Magazine

HOPE... FOR THE FUTURE - STARBURST Magazine

If you’ve seen the 1991 film Cast a Deadly Spell, then the premise of Guy Adams’ and Jimmy Broxton’s new graphic novel Hope…For the Future might not seem as unique to those unfamiliar with the Martin Campbell-directed movie. They both take place in a post-World War 2 Los Angeles, and feature a hard-boiled, noirish plot … Continued

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BAFF 2018: Scandanavian Shorts

BAFF 2018: Scandanavian Shorts

BAFF 2018: Scandanavian Shorts

Looking through the schedule for this year’s Buried Alive Film Festival 2018, I was struck by the fact that there was a solid handful of shorts from Scandinavia. There’s the Finnish Helsinki Mansplaining Massacre, the Dutch Netflix and Chill, and the Norweigian Rosalina. So, I watched all of them in

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BOOKSHELF: Karina Longworth’s SEDUCTION Tells the Stories of Women in Howard Hughes’ Shadow

BOOKSHELF: Karina Longworth's SEDUCTION Tells the Stories of Women in Howard Hughes' Shadow

BOOKSHELF: Karina Longworth's SEDUCTION Tells the Stories of Women in Howard Hughes' Shadow

In her new book, Seduction: Sex, Lies, and Stardom in Howard Hughes's Hollywood, Karina Longworth uses the story of movie mogul and industrialist Hughes to examine the lives of myriad young women in the early days of Hollywood. Given that Longworth, host of the inimitable and interesting You Must Re

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THE BLOB OST – STARBURST Magazine

THE BLOB OST - STARBURST Magazine

THE BLOB OST - STARBURST Magazine

The more one plays the score for the 1988 remake of The Blob, composed by Michael Hoenig, the more one plays the score for the 1988 remake of The Blob. It’s a fascinating set of music, because the German composer’s work is very much of its time, place, and genre, but also manages to far … Continued

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THE HITCHHIKER’S GUIDE TO THE GALAXY: SECONDARY PHASE – STARBURST Magazine

THE HITCHHIKER'S GUIDE TO THE GALAXY: SECONDARY PHASE - STARBURST Magazine

THE HITCHHIKER'S GUIDE TO THE GALAXY: SECONDARY PHASE - STARBURST Magazine

For those for whom Douglas Adams’ The Hitchhiker’s Guide to the Galaxy has been a long-term obsession, Demon Music Group’s release of the seventh through twelfth episodes of the BBC radio program on vinyl LP will come as quite a delight. Known as the Secondary Phase, these episodes have been available in some form or … Continued

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POPCORN OST – STARBURST Magazine

POPCORN OST - STARBURST Magazine

POPCORN OST - STARBURST Magazine

The soundtrack and score for Mark Herrier’s 1991 horror feature Popcorn has never been released before, but it’s now making its debut thanks to the intrepid souls at Strange Disc. It seems that Popcorn has had a bit of a resurgence in popularity of late, making its Blu-ray debut early in 2017. It’s easy to … Continued

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The unlikely resurrection of “The Darkness,” an obscure ’60s heavy-psych single from Clinton, Missouri

The unlikely resurrection of “The Darkness,” an obscure '60s heavy-psych single from Clinton, Missouri

The unlikely resurrection of “The Darkness,” an obscure '60s heavy-psych single from Clinton, Missouri

Almost 50 years ago, a quartet of teenagers walked into Kansas City's Damon Record Studios on 14th Street to make a record they hoped might be the start of...

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Don Felder: The Dude “is entitled to his feelings” on the Eagles; show Saturday at JCCC

Don Felder: The Dude "is entitled to his feelings" on the Eagles; show Saturday at JCCC

Don Felder: The Dude "is entitled to his feelings" on the Eagles; show Saturday at JCCC

Musician Don Felder is best known for his guitar work with the long-running, best-selling, and incredibly divisive classic rock band, the Eagles, as well...

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Inkshares’ Second Annual Horror Novel contest is going on right effing now

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CNxzJMaDChA We have been big fans of the various horror novels released by the publishing house, Inkshares. When we read Scott Thomas' Kill Creek earlier this year, we saw it as a "a solid modernization" of the haunted house novel, and referred to the ending as "sheer fucking terror." J-F Dubeau's A God in the Shed is a novel you'll "try to burn through this in a weekend, because it's the sort of story where you're desirous of knowing every maddening aspect of this strange town and the people within it." We really like their stuff, so when we saw that they were sponsoring a second annual horror contest -- and because we're now a solid five days into NaNoWriMo -- we thought we'd share with you the opportunity to submit your manuscript (partial or complete!) to the company. They'll be picking three authors for consideration, and given their ever-growing stable of solid reads, you'd do well to enter right here at this link. The contest runs through December 14.