Death6ish – Rehashed

I’ve finally stopped fiddling with my 100D long enough to sit down and take a look at part 1 of a 2 part sequence called Deathwish! Now, this poem, Death6ish, started in a way I can’t remember at this moment, but it tumbled way out of control and found itself glassed with references to DestinyContinue reading “Death6ish – Rehashed”

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Years and Years – Rehashed

This one is a poem. And like poems it’s weird and layered and from a particular point in my life when I was feeling especially bitter about old blood and all the fun stuff that comes with past flames being present ash. Years and Years – Text I can see this poem was published inContinue reading “Years and Years – Rehashed”

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Murmur Box – Rehashed

Ohhh boy, now we’re getting deep into what made Year II special. The murmur set: Murmur, Palpitation, Irregular, Flutter, and Arrhythmia all revolve around this tiny microcosm I’ve built that starts with stained class and moon crabs. This was the kickoff point for Year II, autumn of 2015. We’ll take it from the top, beginningContinue reading “Murmur Box – Rehashed”

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Bright (2017) – Criticism/Review

The great thing about Netflix is that it is essentially an indie studio with almost endless liquid assets to finance shows and films alike. They’ve broken apart the cable stranglehold on what we watch on TV and now claim shows from Marvel’s cinematic universe as well as original titles like Big Mouth. In addition, thisContinue reading “Bright (2017) – Criticism/Review”

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We Are Virtual (2015) – Criticism/Review

I’ve decided that for the first album I’m going to look at, I’m going to take a closer peek into Xilent’s debut album “We Are Virtual”, released May 17th, 2015. Since I’m a huge fan of Xilent, following his work since 2012 or so, I thought it’d be appropriate to choose this album over Kauf’sContinue reading “We Are Virtual (2015) – Criticism/Review”

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It (2017) – Criticism/Review

We’ve talked about horror before at Radio Reality City, but never before have we done a full on review! So let’s take a look at a film I watched this weekend, the immortal and widely-known “It”, first penned by Stephen King. This is the second time it has appeared in a visual medium, and forContinue reading “It (2017) – Criticism/Review”

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