Apes in Earrings: The Gender Problem in Dawn of the Planet of the Apes

Like most horror, fantasy, and science fiction, “Dawn of the Planet of the Apes” requests it’s audience place a hefty ante. You guys, anthropomorphic, equestrian apes: you in or out?

Nerdist Releases Horror Friendly Fall Slate

Nerdist kicked off a rather large YouTube channel to go along with their bevy of podcast titles.   Recently, the network announced their new slate of shows, revealing two new horror themed shows! 

Album Review: Dark Fortress - Venereal Dawn

In what I would consider a shocking turn of events, black metal is bigger now than it's ever been. Sure, there isn't the same mystique as during the second wave in the 90's, nor do the bands draw as much attention by virtue of demolishing the standards and norms of both music and culture, but it's undeniable that black metal is bigger today than it was in its heyday.

"ABC's of Death 2" Red Band Trailer is EXTREME

Are you ready to sate your short attention span once again? HEY! Look at me when I'm talking to you. Are you ready to sate your short attention span again...oh hell with it, just watch this extreme red band trailer for "ABC's of Death 2".

Album Review: Cannibal Corpse - "A Skeletal Domain"

Metal, as a genre, shows a great deal of fealty to the parties responsible for its creation. That fealty, undying in its virility, is often rewarded with a recurring stream of new material from the bands being revered. It is a cycle that is unique to the genre – such loyalty to artists in other contemporary genres tends to lead to great fame and fortune, where in metal it is more prone to cause underground acceptance, increased inspiration and a comfortable, if perhaps not incredibly lucrative, living.

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