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by Michael Barrett

13 Oct 2015

Three Vincent Price  projects from American International.

Now on Blu-ray are three American International Pictures starring Vincent Price, all with jolly commentaries to sweeten the appeal for the actor’s fans.

The earliest film on offer, Tales of Terror, features three Prices for the price. He stars in three stories, all elaborated by screenwriter Richard Matheson from tales by Edgar Allan Poe. The movie is one of several Poe/Price pictures made in the early ‘60s by producer-director Roger Corman and, like the previous ones, benefits immeasurably from Daniel Haller’s Gothic designs, Floyd Crosby’s expressionist widescreen photography (complete with a squashed and woozy dream sequence), and Marjorie Corso’s lush costumes, all in Pathe color, and scored with Les Baxter’s rich spookery.

by Sachyn Mital

13 Oct 2015

Sometimes performances from  burlesque dancers will tickle your fancy but sometimes they can stir up nightmares.


The 13th Annual New York Burlesque Festival Premiere Party was held at Brooklyn Bowl on September 25th and it featured a wide variety of acts from performers from all around the world. We captured photos from the first half of the night and have them to share. But remember, while sometimes performances from burlesque dancers will tickle your fancy, sometimes they can stir up nightmares… some of the performances bordered on the supernatural while some verged on being murderous.

by Adrien Begrand

13 Oct 2015

Multiple genres mesh  together comfortably on this vibrant pop/reggae track.

Combining jam rock, reggae, hip hop, folk, and jazz, Blindman‘s music is friendly and inclusive, something you hear immediately on “Feels Good”, the New Jersey singer-songwriter’s vibrant new single. And as it turns out, there’s a sweet little story behind the genesis of the song.

by Adrien Begrand

13 Oct 2015

New Canadian noise  from a band that, while keeping a low profile, outplay their more fashionable peers.

For all the attention fashionable noise rock bands such as Metz and the Band Formerly Known As Viet Cong have received, another Canadian band has quietly put out a debut album that is just as good, or perhaps even better than those two buzzworthy acts.

by Maria Schurr

13 Oct 2015

Dead Leaf Echo's  “Sunlessoul” is a a lucid meditation that gives way to a beautiful coda.

“Nouveau Wave” collective Dead Leaf Echo released single “Lemonheart” back in September. A highly limited, clear 7” of the song quickly sold out, but “Lemonheart” can still be streamed in its lush and chiming glory via Soundcloud.

“Lemonheart”’s b-side, “Sunlessoul”, is more somber, the setting sun to “Lemonheart’s” daybreak. It’s a lucid meditation that gives way to a beautiful coda, with guitarist / keyboardist Ana B’s backing vocals working in gorgeous contrast to frontman LG’s dreamy delivery.

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Terror, Dolls, Madhouses: Three for the Price of Price

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"Three Vincent Price projects from American International.

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