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Rammellzee (stylized RAMM:ΣLL:ZΣΣ, pronounced "Ram: Ell: Zee"; December 15, 1960 – June 28, 2010) was a visual artist, gothic futurist "graffiti writer", painter, performance artist, art theoretician, sculptor and a hip hop musician from New York City, who has been cited as "instrumental in introducing

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Anime Review: MADBULL 34 (warning: This anime is not intended for children. Due to sex, violence, rape, murder, foul language) Mad Bull 34 was adapted into a four-part original video animation released from December 21, 1990 to August 21, 1992. A sequel manga, Mad Bull 2000 (マッド・ブル

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Sensational feat. Planteaterz – “THE PEARL” EP Sensational is the weird kids’ favorite rapper. He is the most unknown, sort of well-known, but not really, abstract experimental vagabond you’ve never heard of. He’s written numerous albums, E.P.’s and features that can be found all over bandcamp. With

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After spending some of my life haunting the Clamato juice stained dance floors of Vampire/ darkwave parties and social gatherings I've come to appreciate high-energy dance rhythms of darkness. So, the artwork for Deamian Raven's new album - ABYSSAL ARCANA gave me immediate goth raver

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Escape from the Bronx (Italian: Fuga dal Bronx), also known as Bronx Warriors 2 in the United Kingdom and Escape 2000, is a 1983 Italian action film directed by Enzo G. Castellari. It was featured on Mystery Science Theater 3000 under its Escape 2000 name.

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Babylon (1980) directed by Franco Rosso.  Written by Franco Rosso and Martin Stellman (Quadrophenia), and shot by two-time Academy Award winner Chris Menges  (The Killing Fields), Babylon is an incendiary portrait of racial tension and police brutality set in Brixton, London. The film, anchored by

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Jean-Michel Basquiat (December 22, 1960 – August 12, 1988) The Brooklyn born child of a Puerto Rican mother and a Haitian father, what better chemistry for a brilliant child. A brilliant and radiant star that burned out too fast. But left a wonderful impact on the

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Ricky Powell, the downtown New York Zelig who with his point-and-shoot camera documented the early years of hip-hop’s ascendance as well as a host of other subcultural scenes and the celebrities and fringe characters who populated the city, was found dead on Feb. 1 in

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  This film was featured on my best of 2021 list a few weeks back. Well the time has finally come for a proper review. It was the 1980’s, NYC, there was a young boy sitting in front of the television. It was a normal after-school afternoon.

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                                                         ABOVE THE RIM (1994) The last film in Barry Michael Cooper’s Harlem trilogy Above the Rim (94) was directed and co-written by Jeff Pollack with a screenplay by Cooper adapted from a story by Benny Medina. Above the Rim stars Duane Martin, Tupac Shakur (Juice,

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2020 was a drag and 2022 isn't looking that much better without much happening besides covid variants and the possibility of World War. So I decided to re-review a film already featured on NRW TV. Cyborg: Death Machine was Directed by the MASE BROTHERS and dubbed

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10.) Evangelion: 3.0+1.0 Thrice Upon a Time  - It's about time we received the final installment of the new Evangelion mini-series. That's all I 'll say. Go see them.   9.) Brand New Cherry Flavor  - An underrated mini-series on NETFLIX  based on the novel of the

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