Movies

Poltergeist (2015)

“They know what scares you” (unfortunately, David Lindsay-Abaire and Gil Kenan do not) It is a very sad fact that we now live in a world where our overpriced theatres are filled to the brim with nothing more than sequels…

Wanted: New Editor in Chief

For almost 6,5 years I have been working on improving Cassette Culture and making it a world dominating Internet magazine. Of course, we are not there yet. There is a lot of work to be done in the future. I…

Riki: 2014 in a Blink

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You have not read a lot from me this year on Cassette Culture. Things got a little hectic at the beginning of the year and I’m only getting back in the flow of things now. This, however, does not mean…

Generation Iron

As a teenager, I would look at muscle magazines sitting on the racks at my local drug store and think to myself “what the fuck are these muscle-bound, dumb jocks good for?” and I would automatically answer myself with a…

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There are 68 days left before we can welcome 2015. Here at Cassette Culture, we have one important goal that we want to reach before 2015. We want to welcome 5 more editors to our crew especially for reviewing albums! Do you like to listen to the newest music? Do you want to share your thoughts on an album with our readers? We are looking for beginners and experienced editors.
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Divergent

Among other recent releases that exploit the utopian/dystopian future, such as The Day After Tomorrow, Ender’s Game, and Transcendence, comes another film that has none of the inspiration, plot, interest, or believability of Orwell’s Nineteen Eighty Four or Huxley’s Brave…

Mike Pecci: 12 Kilometers

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Mike Pecci is a Boston based film director. Together with his associate, Ian McFarland he creates music videos that crawl under your skin and edgy movies that leave the audience at festivals wondering where these sick images come from. Mike…

AwesomeCon DC: Featuring Real Life Heroes

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Nothing says Easter like the Dread Pirate Roberts, Samwise Gamgee, Invader Zim, and the Civil Rights movement. Or at least, nothing says holiday to a fangirl than celebrating the day immersed in panels of fandom, surrounded by proudly costumed nerds. Even…

R.I.P. Philip Seymour Hoffman (1967-2014)

An unnaturally talented actor of stage and screen has died at the ripe young age of forty-six, cause of death – a drug overdose. Losers and attention seekers have already started slinging blame, anti-drug statements, and shout-outs against all sorts…

Santa’s Slay

He’s making a list… pray you’re not on it The year was 1005 A.D. and on a remote frozen lake there was a contest being held between an Angel of God and the son of Satan (Santa). You see, the…

Society (1989)

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“How do you like your tea? Cream, sugar… or do you want me to pee in it?” Horror producer/director Brian Yuzna’s Directorial debut, Society is a film that paints a picture of how the upper class 1% feeds off the…

F*ck: A Documentary

“What do you make of a society that is so primitive that it clings to the belief that certain words in its language are so powerful that they could corrupt you the moment you hear them?” – Frank Zappa Fuck…

Movie: Waiting for Lightning (2012)

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As a skateboarding enthusiast in my teen years, I had heard of Danny Way. He was up there amongst the Untouchables of skateboarding’s golden years – Stacy Peralta, Steve Caballero, Tony Alva, and Rodney Mullen – and when I heard…

Drinking Buddies (2013)

Drinking Buddies, written and directed by Joe Swanberg and starring Olivia Wilde, Ron Livingston, Jake Johnson and Anna Kendrick, is an inane middle class improvised soap opera about so-called ordinary people going about their dreary lives without conflict, climax, nor…

Rebel Without A Cause (1955)

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With the state of movies these days, it takes all my effort not to strap a few kilos of C4 to a horde of Bloodhounds (Canis Familiaris), let them smell a Transformers or Battleship DVD*, and then set the fuckers…

REVIEW: Sharknado (TV – 2013)

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Directed by Anthony C. Ferrante (Boo and Headless Horseman) and written by Thunder Levin (Atlantic Rim, American Warships, and Mutant Vampire Zombies From the Hood), Sharknado is a SyFy original made for TV movie that goes beyond simple campyness and…

MUSEUM: Biomechanical investigations.

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I guess not everyone has heard of the name of H.R. Giger. Although this depends very much on which community you are in. But if I mention Alien, Aliens, Alien resurrection or Species, some more recognition might come. H.R. Giger…

REVIEW: Pacific Rim

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“Undoubtedly the worst big-screen film since M. Night Shyamalan’s The Last Airbender…To put it bluntly, Pacific Rim deserves the derision usually lumped upon Transformers 2.” These are the words of some guy named Jim on Rotten Tomatoes. He accurately describes…

Rotterdamned: Dawn of the Disco

Though not completely applicable, it was a nice coincidence that For Those About To Rot by Soulfly was the last song blasting from my speakers, before I parked my car to go to a zombie disco burlesque themed party. Looking…

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