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Sunday, 31 October 2010

Halloween - Dead Kennedys (1982)

"Halloween" (B-side "Saturday Night Holocaust") is the seventh and final single by the Dead Kennedys. It was released in December 1982 on Alternative Tentacles. The lyrics use the metaphor of a Halloween party to address the theme of human responses to nonconformity.The song is from the band's second album, Plastic Surgery Disasters.

Happy Halloween you punks...

Saturday, 9 October 2010



I can't believe it. THEY ARRIVED. In the mail. After only 2 and a bit weeks!!!

And even before they hit the store shelves....

Holy enchanted thoughtfist Batman, I have in my horrible little hands the long awaited very 1st Issues of two forgotten (and for the most part unseen outside of Canada & the United States) Cult Movie Classics in the form of 1990's TERMINAL CITY RICOCHET and 1999's THE WIDOWER.

For those who came in late....

Never available on VHS and rarely shown outside of Canada, this dystopian vision is as timely as ever, and it includes the classic soundtrack that we released in 1989. This DVD + Soundtrack CD (and its sister DVD+CD, The Widower) is a must-have for anyone who loves punk, Jello Biafra, incisive media critiques like "Network" & "Wag The Dog," and/or dystopian nightmares like "1984" "Max Headroom" & "Brazil."

This instant cult classic is a surreal black romantic comedy featuring Jello Biafra, Joey "Shithead" Keithley, Ani Kyd, and Nardwuar The Human Serviette. The DVD comes with the star-studded, never released soundtrack featuring DOA, Neko Case And Her Boyfriends, The Evaporators, & more!

OMG.... did you read that bit too... NEVER BEFORE RELEASED!!!
And I have them. In my greasy little mits. 

Right here..... Right NOW!!!

As soon as I've stopped jumping up and down and get a grip on myself (Yea stoner, get a grip... Ed.), I'll smack these thru the DVD "Player of Doom" and get an awesome "Double Feature Review" out for all you Jello-philes right here... on BODERLINE.

Fuck. I need a valium....

Back later kids... to the Batcave boy wonder!

Sunday, 3 October 2010

FILM REVIEW - Survival of the Dead (2010)


I am a self confessed George A. Romero freak.

I have quiet a number of Romero films.

I have a Dawn of the Dead AND a Night of the Living Dead T-Shirt. And I wear them with pride.

But "Survival of the Dead" was just plain and truthfully terrible. Terrible...

And it should have been done like this...

Survival of the Dead was so damn bad I didn't finish the film. I can handle Romero doing self parody. But I can't handle ANY director who doesn't even try.

And in my personal opinion, with regards Survival of the Dead, Romero didn't even try. At all.

When Romero tries to do a decent zombie film again, I'll try and do a proper film review of said zombie film...


You've GOT to be kidding me...


Directed by George A. Romero
Produced by Paula Devonshire
Written by George A. Romero
Running time 90 minutes
Release date March 15, 2010



Written review by stonerphonic © October 2010
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