It’s a chilly January evening as I finish my year-end list of exceptional horror movies. Picking 10 standout films seemed more difficult this year than last. Does that mean extraordinary horror was hard to find or was horror in general operating at such a high level that it was difficult to choose just 10 for […]
On Nov. 6, Michigan voters will head to the ballot box to decide the fate of Prop 1 – legalizing the use of recreational marijuana. We’re more than a month away from the election, and opponents to the proposal are coming out in full force. This week, Michigan Law Enforcement agencies coordinated press conferences across the […]
Sunday, January 28, 2018 Horror is on a massive roll. The last several years have produced some phenomenal indie horror gems mainstream audiences are either just now discovering or have shunned altogether because “indie” still has negative connotations. But boy, was 2017 different. It’s a year where both mainstream and independent horror got its acceptance […]
Photo by Anthony J. Alaniz Saturday, December 23, 2017 Behind the white picket fences Of 1950 idealization Lies a hatred for the powerless It’s a not-my-problem attitude Of unsavory boles of bigotry Disguised as concerns about property value The homeless are helpless Freezing through a winter As the powerful ponder if their town values people […]
The shooting in Las Vegas is just another relapse of America’s habitual affliction.
Screenshot from Lenconnect.com Tuesday, July 25, 2017 Politics is a nasty game of abdication. It’s most prevalent at the national level where Political Parties and career hired hands representatives vie for prime TV real estate to peddle lies to a deprived American audience hungry for any sloppy sustenance. It’s been almost 43 years since Political […]