- Archikulture Digest
- September 22, 2019
Cowboys and courtesans, oh my!
Foxhole Prayers (Idol Records). Review by Christopher Long.
Counterparts and friends rocked the Soundbar in Orlando!
Director John Landis started his legendary career with Schlock!. The legend came later.
An evil rabbit takes a young man on a horrible journey.
The later films of the horror legend are collected – for good or ill – on the Boris Karloff Collection.
Shake The Spirit (RCA). Review by Jeremy Glazier.
My Mother Doesn’t Know I’m on the Stage (Omnivore). Review by Bob Pomeroy.
A man with a secret keeps it hidden until his death.
Mel Brooks’ best comedy ever returns to put on some Ritz.
Louisville’s Second Annual Bourbon & Beyond Festival promised to be the two-day event of the year, but Mother Nature had other plans. Check out Michelle Wilson’s full recap.
What if Gilbert and Sullivan did “Chicago” with the cast of “Happy Days”?
Poor Until Payday (Family Owned Records). Review by Jeremy Glazier.
We return to the longest running theatrical Halloween extravaganza in Orlando.
Frozen Flowers Curse the Day (Trace Elements Records). Review by Bob Pomeroy.
The Irresistible Art Of Space Colonization And Its Mutation Implications (Transmutation). Review by Carl F Gauze.
Bloody Spear at Mount Fuji is a surprising take on the Samurai film.
Leonard Cohen and Eric Lerner shared an interest in Zen and much more in their forty-year friendship.
Two men play 8 characters, and a staff of stage hand ghosts build a campy comedy of British faded nobility banished to the moorlands for the crimes of poverty and aristocracy.
Get Your Groove! (American Showplace Music). Review by Michelle Wilson.
Let’s visit an America attacked by birds that peck us to death at high tide. Not sure how things are going in Phoenix.