The Jesus Lizard – Live – Review

December 21, 2007

The Jesus Lizard was rhythmic, sweaty, loud, and sexual. Singer David Yow gyrates, howls, and flails, molesting the audience at every available opportunity.

The Fest 3 – Review

June 22, 2007

One weekend a year, punk/indie/hardcore bands descend upon Gainesville, FL and turn the place into one giant party. Fuck CMJ & SXSW, this is how it ‘s done.

Re-Animator – Review

May 4, 2007

Director Stuart Gordon wisely chose to film Re-Animator as a violent black comedy, and succeeded in adapting the uncanny feel of the Lovecraft serial.

The Charms – Easy Trouble – Review

April 27, 2007

The Charms hit signifiers (organ, chintzy brat vocals) more than the thing itself. The “rock me shock me” guitars flop on the bass/drums rather than ride’m.

Dwarves – FEFU – Review

April 20, 2007

Young girls, little people, blood, sex ‘n’ violence have been explicitly expressed via song and performance as the Dwarves spill seed into their third decade.

Obituary – Frozen Alive – Review

April 20, 2007

Recorded the same night as a Grave DVD, this is just as clear, well-produced, and packed full of crushing death metal. Live Grave, it’s the band’s first DVD.

Botch – 061502 – Review

April 6, 2007

In nine years (two full-lengths, an EP, and several singles), this quartet took hardcore to the next level. 061502 presents the last show in the band’s career.

Touch Me In The Morning – Review

April 6, 2007

No one can legitimately call this “boring.” “Foul and unwatchable,” maybe, but not boring. Castration, shitting, and old man cock just do not a dull film make.

Lollilove – Review

April 6, 2007

Like… The Office. Interesting, that one of the stars/writers of this film is Jenna Fischer, the receptionist. Brave, embarrassing, and smart-ass as all hell.

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