Recently on Ink 19...
- Stroke of Midnight
- November 8, 2018
A look ahead to some upcoming Blu-Ray releases of old cult movies, thoughts on the Halloween reboot, and a look back at Paragon Video trailers.
Event Review by Brian Kruger
Plenty of Web sites are looking to make a buck off unsigned bands, but one site, Starpolish, is actually looking out for them, with advice and tools to help a young band make it in the music biz. Bryan Tilford spoke with CEO Vivek Tiwary and Advisor Jason Linn of New Line Cinema for this profile of the site.
Gorgeous Johnny (Jagjaguwar). Review by Aaron Shaul.
Apocalyptic Necromancy (Dark Descent). Review by Matthew Moyer.
Traffic (Nons). Review by David A Clark
Suburban Terror Project 7" (Entrophy Now!). Review by Daniel Mitchell.
May Terry ponders growing beyond riot-grrlism as the Corin Tucker Band plays The Mercury Lounge in New York City.
The End Of Heartache (Roadrunner) Review by Anurag Chatterjee
Thirty Two Frames (Revelation). Review by Daniel Mitchell.
Screen Review by Paulo O’Callaghan
<i>In Concert Live In Galway</i> (Shamtown). Review by <b>Carl F Gauze</b>.
Matt Kindt’s new graphic novel recaptures the shadowy espionage of World War II. Carl F Gauze knows thirteen ways to kill you if you happen to glance at him talking into his shoe.