One of the most important musicians in Rock has passed as we lose an icon in Lemmy. From his loud as hell bass playing to his amazing songwriting chops, the man was a legend and inspiration to us all. When you saw Motorhead live, you left deaf and happy. No disappointment as Lemmy and company delivered a blistering set night in and night out. The man was everything Rock N' Roll embodied, enough said. Lately, he has been sick and, though he is now at peace I still miss him. The man was an inspiration both musically and personally to me and so many around the globe. There will never be another like him or another band like Motorhead. So, turn the stereo up to 11 and play the music of one of the greatest musicians ever. R.I.P. Lemmy, we'll miss you.
Thursday, 31 December 2015
Wednesday, 30 December 2015
End of the year....
As 2015 comes to a close, I look back at my busiest year to date! Thank you to all my readers and anyone else who has checked out the blog so far! Have a happy new year and, as I am entering my 3rd full year doing this blog, I am looking to add more and do more in 2016. So continue to read or send me stuff to review, I always look forward to what you ghouls are doing then, the pleasure of telling the world about it.
So stay creepy everyone,
Jekyll A. Hyde
Tuesday, 22 December 2015
In Memoriam: Brooke McCarter
Today, we have lost another star from the movie Lost Boys. Brooke McCarter or, better known as Paul to fans of the movie, has passed. For those who don’t know of the movie, it is maybe the most important vampire movie to come out in the last 30 years in my honest opinion. The movie is that good. Everyone in that movie played an important role in making that movie what it is. Brooke McCarter played a role next to Sutherland that took that movie from just a so so idea to something that means so much to so many all these years later. R.I.P man, you may not have done that many roles but, the one you are most well known for will never be forgotten.
Escape from New York (#13)
Gotham by Midnight (#12)
Krampus: The Shadow of Saint Nicholas
Big Trouble in Little China (#19)
The Amazing Spider-Man: Amazing Grace Part 1 (#1.1)
Thursday, 17 December 2015
Johnny B. Morbid - Krampus Carols
Vagora - Dark Stories Retold
The Mutant Members Only Club - All Good Demons Dance To Doo-Wop
The Bloody Jug Band - Rope Burn
Monday, 14 December 2015
Danzig - Skeletons
Constantine: The Hellblazer (#7)
Misfits - Vampire Girl/Zombie Girl
Saturday, 12 December 2015
Snakes! Guillotines! Electric Chairs! My Adventures in the Alice Cooper Group by Dennis Dunaway and Chris Hodenfield
A Conversation with Atom Age Vampire
In Memoriam: Rose Siggins
In Memoriam: Robert Loggia
Saturday, 5 December 2015
Motel Transylvania - They Dig After Midnight
Wednesday, 2 December 2015
Seduction of the Innocent (#1)
New guy from Cleveland walks into an FBI murder investigation where mob bosses go missing without a trace! It's bloody and there is a lot going on in this single issue that acts like a tribute to EC comics. This is an enjoyable read as this mini series looks like it will be a hard hitting pleasure for fans or murder/mystery as everything is getting laid out in this dynamite first issue.
Gotham by Midnight (#11)
So the battle has begun and Corrigan is not in control of the Specter as those killed unjustly in Gotham get their revenge. Throw in the fact that the doctor is possessed and an appearance by Batman and, you have a lot of action happening all at once! Yea! This is an issue that is all action and doesn't let up or slow down. Now that Heaven is getting involved, I wonder where this will head next as the future of Gotham hangs in the balance.