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  • Vintage Beauty 1

    Vintage Beauty

    Hardcover books are a personal favorite in this digital reader age. Vintage Beauty impresses with the charm I expect from a Cult Epics release. A few weeks ago, I was sent a digital copy of this lush release. Some might wonder why it took me so long to create...
  • CULT EPICS: COMPREHENSIVE GUIDE TO CULT CINEMA (Hardcover Review) 4

    CULT EPICS: COMPREHENSIVE GUIDE TO CULT CINEMA (Hardcover Review)

    CULT EPICS: COMPREHENSIVE GUIDE TO CULT CINEMA REVIEWED Sometimes, you really get into a book. I’ve been a fan of Cult Epics for a bit, but then they sent over their Comprehensive Guide to Cult Cinema. It mainly highlights their releases, but they’ve covered a wide gamut of Cult...
  • ANDERSONVISION READS: UNFUCK YOUR BRAIN 6

    ANDERSONVISION READS: UNFUCK YOUR BRAIN

    UNFUCK YOUR BRAIN REVIEWED “Unfuck Your Brain” is a book about trauma. If you can stop being a prude about the title, you can step into a healthy discussion about trauma. While I don’t want to sound like an also-ran Joe Rogan, Dr. Harper does something amazing with her...
  • ANDERSONVISION READS: THE BLAIR WITCH PROJECT (ARROW BOOKS) 8

    ANDERSONVISION READS: THE BLAIR WITCH PROJECT (ARROW BOOKS)

    THE BLAIR WITCH PROJECT REVIEWED “The Blair Witch Project” is a short retrospective book that serves the audience that Arrow lives to feed. Also, it feels like a recent time capsule. I’m now finding a ton of film fans that don’t get the cultural impact that this film had...
  • NEMO RISING (C. COURTNEY JOYNER) 10

    NEMO RISING (C. COURTNEY JOYNER)

    NEMO RISING REVIEWED “Nemo Rising” is Jules Verne by way of good ol’ torture porn. But, it also plays like a Post Civil War era TOHO Kaiju movie. If you want to read about sailors being eaten alive and torn apart, you’ll enjoy the first half. If you want...
  • UNCHAINED MELODY: THE FILMS OF MEIKO KAJI 12

    UNCHAINED MELODY: THE FILMS OF MEIKO KAJI

    UNCHAINED MELODY REVIEWED “Unchained Melody” has been my must-read material for the last month. Like most modern American fans, I have “Kill Bill” to thank for turning me on to Meiko Kaji. While that’s not as cool as saying I was watching Female Prisoner movies on VCD, it’s the...
  • HENRY & GLENN: FOREVER AND EVER 14

    HENRY & GLENN: FOREVER AND EVER

    HENRY & GLENN: FOREVER AND EVER REVIEWED “Henry & Glenn: Forever and Ever” collects a ton of comics, splash pages and guest art. If that wasn’t enough Rob Halford wrote the foreword. This book is so metal that it’s almost too much to pick up. But, the fictional love...
  • HENRY & GLENN: ADULT ACTIVITY and COLORING BOOK 16

    HENRY & GLENN: ADULT ACTIVITY and COLORING BOOK

    HENRY & GLENN: ADULT ACTIVITY AND COLORING BOOK REVIEWED “Henry & Glenn: Adult Activity and Coloring Book” is a 128 pages of making a Millennial movement make sense to me. Who would have thought it would take two of my Metal heroes to help get me back into coloring...
  • NEVER BREAK THE CHAIN 18

    NEVER BREAK THE CHAIN

    NEVER BREAK THE CHAIN REVIEWED “Never Break The Chain” is the sequel to Warburg’s last novel. While the last book was about brother, this one is about the ties that bond a family. It also dwells in grief and personal emotional underpinnings. While parts of the book suffer from...

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