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Horrors of Humanity: W Mesa Bones and Green Chili


New Mexico, the “Land of Entrapment” as the locals call it, is a swell place to go to observe Southwest culture. You can experience all of the Natives wearing the same Slipknot shirts while validating that we should have offered their great grandparents even more rotted meat and smallpox blankets. You can also witness their whining about being f*cked over ...

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Esoterror Sinema: The Good Sisters


Since the classic film Haxan: Witchcraft Through the Ages, cinema has been bewitched with the various guises of the occult within its frames. Yet with typical Hollywood foible, the representation of the esoteric in cinema is cursed within blasphemous misrepresentation. Most of what is illustrated on screen as actual witches or practicing magickal formula is far strayed off of its ...

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Interview: Lucifer Valentine (Slow Torture Puke Chamber, ReGORGEgitated Sacrifice)

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Cascading Intestinal Chunks with Lucifer Valentine “Slow Torture Puke Chamber”  Note: This interview contains some really sick images, turn back now if easily offended Modern horror no longer evokes fright from the dark recesses of the collective psyche. The screams of horror no longer are a cacophony of a primal atavistic nightmare unleashed upon both innocent and iniquitous prey. In ...

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Horrors of Humanity: Dick and Jane’s Belly


Anthropophagy is a practice traced back to the earliest of man sitting inside of a cave staring at their clansman thinking, “What’s that taste like?” Oh wait, allow me to enlighten you with some fancy stuff to make me sound smart. “Anthropophagy” is a ten-dollar word originating from some Greek squiggly things meaning “human being” and “to eat”. For those ...

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Horrors of Humanity: I Should Have Taken a Taxi


Correct change, paper transfers, and strange smells emanating from gibbering women in wool coats reading dime store love novels too close to their coke bottle birth control glasses is part of the experience of public transportation. Riding the bus is a wondrous glimpse into the ephemeral majesty of a mobile microcosm representing the diversity of average humanity. That’s not always ...

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Film Review: This Isn’t Twilight: The XXX Parody

Greetings my perverted horror fans! The psychiatric hospital signed my release forms stating that my “issues” are untreatable and I might as well get used to the shiny unicorns, gun slinging Jewbots, and anemic Nazi prostitutes drinking all my booze in the living room. Yet with all the medication, curiously placed electrodes, and cold silver speculums probing unnatural places I ...

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Horrors of Humanity: More Reasons to Take a Bath – Jodi Arias


Beads of water quickly turn scarlet as steel repeatedly pierces naked flesh. Screams overpower the symphony of a spraying shower as the cleansing stream becomes the arterial splatter of death. The crumpling body grasps at the shower curtain in vein. Its once protecting vinyl now entangles wet and bleeding flesh as a mortuary shroud. This is death experienced within a ...

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Esoterror Sinema: Belcebu, Satan and chick on a stick


I hate the terms “rock and roll” and “heavy metal” but apparently sentient humans need to prescribe labels to identify concepts. Welcome to interpersonal communications 101. The occult and old Scratch has been associated with these two genres of music for as long the various lobes and hemispheres of the human brain have been able to project insecurities and fears ...

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Esoterror Sinema: Would you get ‘Nude for Satan’?


This edition of Esoterror Sinema shall discuss the 1974 Italian sexploitation not so classic film Nude For Satan, or Nuda Per Satana if you prefer to sound out something more crème filled cannoli sexy. That’s not an Alfredo sauce stain on my crotch either by the way! Let’s begin with the basics. Nuda Per Satana originally played in theaters to ...

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Esoterror Sinema: The Occult Cinema of H.P LoveCraft


As the stars align in weird conglomerations, this edition of Esoterror Sinema shall stick the blade of cinematic bullsh*t into the subject of occultism within the films adapted from the works of Howard Phillips Lovecraft. The literary genius of H.P. Lovecraft is well known to anyone with even the most infantile understanding of the origins of horror and understands his ...

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