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- Only a band with super street cred can get away with mentioning its own nameâ€¦ Hail KMFDM. http://t.co/OfGbyCRgYx 05:58:13 PM April 29, 2013 from Facebook ReplyRetweetFavorite
- Only a band with super street cred can get away with mentioning its own name...repeatedly. Hail KMFDM. http://t.co/g8Ox9L0e6l 05:15:53 PM April 29, 2013 from Facebook ReplyRetweetFavorite
- Too old to headbang? No one ever said life was easy. â€˜Specially not for a metalhead. http://t.co/2hNKMkYdFw 11:05:00 AM April 29, 2013 from Facebook ReplyRetweetFavorite
- If "The Following" is anything to go by America should be overrun with serial killers. Why? Because the FBI suck... http://t.co/e0jRuuytbn 08:44:38 PM April 16, 2013 from Facebook ReplyRetweetFavorite
- Soâ€¦ Manson turns model. Of course he does! http://t.co/q6j7PvBhKV 04:01:38 PM April 11, 2013 from Facebook ReplyRetweetFavorite
Posted on February 8, 2011 |TOP TEN BADASS FILM CREATURES:
Cujo- The perversion of the innocent is one of horrorâ€™s most successful gimmicks, and is a modus operandi at which author Stephen King is appreciably familiar.
Posted on February 8, 2011 |Fear: the discipline wielding weapon of subliminally dictatorial governments and their mass media cohorts. Fear is a bridle of control intent on debilitating, confusing and coercing. Fear is relative to age and experience.
Posted on February 7, 2011 |TOP TEN BADASS FILM CREATURES: Gollum - Perhaps Gollum is the unsung hero of Lord of The Rings? The point is moot but irrespective of where sympathies lie, the fact is that the creature is unequivocally and infinitely as badass as beastly nuisances come.
Posted on February 6, 2011 |TOP TEN BADASS FILM CREATURES: Anaconda - Luis Llosaâ€™s 1997 adventure-action-thriller, got rubbish reviews but exacted retribution by becoming a box office blast; debuting at #1 in the US, where it remained for two consecutive weeks, and even spawning three sequels.
Posted on February 4, 2011 |TOP TEN BADASS FILM CREATURES: Alien -the xenomorphous, fictional, endoparasitoid extra-terrestrial species that tried to kick Ellen Ripleyâ€™s ass but failed. Designed by renowned Swiss Surrealist artist HR Geiger...
Posted on February 3, 2011 |TOP TEN BADASS FILM CREATURES: Jaws - Steven Spielbergâ€™s Jaws (1975) is considered the father of the summer blockbuster and also one of the first â€˜high conceptâ€™ films â€“ its impact on cinema was nothing less than monumental.
Posted on February 2, 2011 |TOP TEN BADASS FILM CREATURES: Grendel - is a bit of a mommyâ€™s boy but fearsome nonetheless. Based on the Anglo-Saxon epic poem Beowulf, Robert Zemeckisâ€™s film of the same name uses a motion capture process to bring the heroic tale of Beowulf to life.
Posted on February 1, 2011 |TOP TEN BADASS FILM CREATURES: Pan's Pale Man - The exquisite complexity of Panâ€™s Labyrinth encapsulates the equivocal nature of the oral folk tales passed down from generation to generation in a society that has long since vanished.
Posted on January 30, 2011 |TOP TEN BADASS FILM CREATURES: Medusa - Who cares about plot, performance, cinematography, production and direction when a chick with snake-hair is running the show?
Posted on January 29, 2011 |LYRICAL LOITERINGS OF A LISTENER - The United States of America, also known as â€˜the land of the free and the home of the braveâ€™, has spent a lifetime propagating the bravado of The Great American Dream.