- Screen Reviews
- January 26, 2022
Arrow Video delivers Mario Bava’s final film, Shock on Blu-ray.
If the LAPD is hassling your punk rock show, move it out into the desert and bus the punks out to party in peace.
Intimate early behind the scenes photos of The Misfits, Samhain and Danzig from a man who was with these bands from high school.
Skeletons. Review by Joe Frietze.
Heartless Heathen (Third Man Records). Review by Jen Cray.
The Lemonheads run through their 1992 opus It’s a Shame About Ray for Matthew Moyer and an excited Jacksonville audience.
Dan Sartain doesn’t really care if you know his name, or any of the songs he plays. He just came to remind you that rock ‘n’ roll can still be unsettling… and Matthew Moyer LOVES it.
The net result of plowing through a weighty tome like this is a sense of awe at how a bunch of kids created their own culture whole cloth, like the music industry on a Utopian, communal, microcosmic level.
The Devil Made Me Do It (Misfits). Review by Chris Catania.
Life Is A Grave & I Dig It!!! (Hellcat). Review by Jen Cray.
David Lee Beowulf discusses the meaning of true Punk Rock, litigation and defamation, and many anticipated projects with Bobby Steele, Undead frontman and Misfits’ guitarist circa 1978-1980.
Goldbank 78 Stack (In Music We Trust). Review by Tim Wardyn.
Rock’N’Roll Etiquette (Narnack Records). Review by Matthew Moyer.
Like its namesake, Electric Frankenstein is an implacable juggernaut, conquering the world one lurching step at a time. Vinnie Apicella takes a look at the mind behind the machine in an interview with Sal Canzonieri.
Lifetime Shitlist (Shitjam Records). Review by Matthew Moyer.
Up In Them Guts (No Idea). Review by Daniel Mitchell.
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