In cess and filth the verminous live on!
A masterpiece of deathcore and technical death metal.
Robert Rodriguez and James Cameron do not disappoint with Alita, delivering a fascinating world, amazing visuals, genuine thrills, and just enough heart and soul to tie it all together.
Bring Me the Horizon deliver a worthy follow up to 2015’s “That’s The Spirit” with “Amo”, a concept album with a whole lot to love about it.
After a 14 year hiatus between albums fans of A Perfect Circle may have impossibly high expectations for their big comeback album, but “Eat The Elephant” proves itself to be almost every bit as good as the bands past releases.
Similar to Bring Me The Horizon before them, Like Moths To Flames decision to soften their sound proves to be the correct one as the bands latest has them sounding better than ever.
Note: This is a spoiler filled review. For years I’ve argued that the Texas Chainsaw Massacre franchise has had the best track record of any horror franchise when it comes to sequels. The original is of course the best, an all time classic. TCM 2 was weird and quirky, but had the excuse of coming […]
A rare example of a band delivering their best work to date on the eighth album of their career.
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“mother!” is an exceptional work of psychological horror and biblical allegory directed by a master of the craft.
Hollywood finally realized the potential waiting to be tapped in Stephen King’s library of works, but does this latest adaption to one of his classic novels float or sink?