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DVD Review: “Eclipse Series 39: Early Fassbinder (Criterion Collection)”

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Director Rainier Werner Fassbinder was one of the pioneers of the New German Cinema movement and a stylistic genius. Read More »

Music Review: Elvis Presley – “Elvis at Stax: Deluxe Edition”

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I had always thought that Elvis's ‘70s music was past its sell date. This new three-CD set has completely changed that perception. Read More »

Book Review: ‘Dare I Call It Murder?’ by Larry M. Edwards

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A family tragedy, and a mystery. Read More »

DVD Review: ‘Springhill – Series One’

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Springhill fit in very well with the weird Millennial Fever that was going on in pop culture during the late ‘90s. Read More »

Book Review: ‘Atomic Comics: Cartoonists Confront the Nuclear World’ by Ferenc Morton Szasz

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A look at our nuclear history through comic panels proves illuminating. Read More »

DVD Review – ‘Combat!: The Complete Fourth Season’

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What makes the show so good even all these years later, is the powerful storytelling. Read More »

DVD Review: “How the West Was Won – The Complete First Season”

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This is a fine show, and one that is definitely worth checking out. Read More »

Book Review: ‘Ministry: The Lost Gospels According to Al Jourgensen’ by Al Jourgensen with Jon Wiederhorn

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A rock and roll tale that is dirtier than that of Motley Crue’s 'The Dirt.' Read More »

Music Review: Various Artists – ‘An Anthology of Noise and Electronic Music, Volume Seven’

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With 'An Anthology of Noise & Electronic Music, Volume Seven,' curator Guy Marc Hinant has completed the most exhaustive, intriguing, and brilliant historical record of the music ever. Read More »

Product Review: Johnny Winter Guitar Gods Bobblehead – Captured Live 1976

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These dolls are of very high quality, and I have always been impressed with the company’s choices of honorees. Johnny Winter in his "Captured Live" 1976 album cover pose is a must for fans. Read More »