Netflix Instant Watch: "Melancholia" (2011)

Lars von Trier's "Melancholia" is one of those movies that you either love or hate. We here at the BGH offices had mixed opinions. In fact, while it made a some of our "Best of 2011" lists that we featured on the site back in December, it also appeared on a few of our "Worst of 2011" lists. Now you can weigh in on the action by checking it out on Netflix Instant Watch this weekend.

Concert Review: Kittie, Blackguard

When Bonded by Blood is the first band of the evening, each paying individual should be well aware of the night that is to follow. A perfect scene setter for everything that came after, Los Angeles’ Bonded by Blood is one of those rare acts who would have exactly the same amount of fun whether playing in front of 20 or 2,000. It is clear from the band’s raucous delivery that they enjoy playing their brand of thrash revival metal whether or not anyone is there to hear it.

Album Review: Dirge Within - There Will Be Blood

Change happens so gradually it's hard to recognize the shift that's been made. Listening to “There Will Be Blood”, the immediate impression is that Dirge Within is a perfectly capable middle-of-the-road metal band. It's only when we stop and think that it becomes apparent how much metal has changed in the last thirty years. From the clinical guitar tones to the gruff shouting that encompasses most of the vocals, this is music that would have been extreme in the 80's, yet today it doesn't raise an eyebrow.

Episode 202 - "The Divide"

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Avert your eyes, it's about to get weird...

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The Cabin in the Woods (REVIEW)

If it weren't already taken by a decidedly less impressive film, then "The Cabin in the Woods" could very well have been named "The Last Horror Movie". It would very neatly sum up what this flick seems to be aiming to accomplish.

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