Category Archives: Reviews

O’Death: Out of Hands We Go


There are some bands, once I discover them, I sink my teeth in and never let go. It was around this time about two years ago. The leaves were yellow, the sun was working part time and it was dark … Continue reading

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We Are Groot: Guardians of the Galaxy and Family.


Guardians of the Galaxy – I loved that movie. I’ve seen some reviews panning it for being silly, contrived, etc. Yes, it is, but that’s half the fun. It’s poking fun at certain things. Like when Star-Lord mentions the Arc … Continue reading

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Won’t You Bebad?


I used to live in Sydney. I went to Uni there, met some people that have changed my life…and discovered a band that quickly became one of my favourites. I grew up on Motown and still foster a deep love … Continue reading

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Spoiler Alert: Alias Season 1, ep. 6 & 7


Okay, it’s definitely getting better. Even the side stories. The Hangover guy investigating the murder is finally turning into a real plot, with the girl he tried to interview showing up dead in a park. I still don’t care about … Continue reading

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Mountains, Money, and Murder.


One of the ultimate adventures has to be climbing Mt. Everest. Not an easy task by any means. Those who make it to the top must experience some firm of nirvana, standing on the crown of the world, high enough … Continue reading

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Talking about Stumptown


I’ve mentioned multiple times that I had stopped reading comics for a long time. Two things brought me back. Daredevil and my discovery of Noir comics. It started with “Coward” by Brubaker and Phillips, followed by “100 Bullets” by Azzarello … Continue reading

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Speakeasy Dollhouse


It’s true, you know. There is a time warp hidden in the Lower East Side of Manhattan. In an alley, all it takes is one knock. One knock on a heavy door, and a password. And, no, I’m not going … Continue reading

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