House of Leaves Pilot Script Teases New Ways to Warp Storytelling

Having as high a regard and reverence as the novel,┬áHouse of Leaves┬áhas, it would seem eminent that television would try and swallow it whole, regurgitating some vague semblance of the experience so many of us have, and still are going on. Mark Z. Danielewski is having none of that. A short month ago, first in… Read More House of Leaves Pilot Script Teases New Ways to Warp Storytelling

St. Vincent Album Speculation – Fan Frothing – Etc.

With her debut, Marry Me, Annie Clark (St. Vincent) painted a pastel picture rife with an inky-black rage, though perhaps suburban frustration. Her second album, Actor, saw a release in tension, but a tight focus on the blaring ennui that is life, a fairy tale with bloody consequences. Strange Mercy, I would argue her most personal record to date wound through glimmering tales of shadowy triumph and rebellion. Her latest, St. Vincent (self-titled), paints a picture of Ms. Clark we were not previously privy to, that of her as a Future Queen, mining a realm of diamond-encrusted microchips and leaving few standing in her wake.… Read More St. Vincent Album Speculation – Fan Frothing – Etc.

Fiction Crosses Over A new documentary detailing the events in the case of the Slenderman Stabbing is set to premiere on HBO on the 23rd January of next year. For those unfamiliar, in 2014, Morgan Geyser and Anissa Weier, both age 12 were accused for stabbing Peyton Leutner a total of nineteen times in sacrifice… Read More