POP CULTURE DESTRUCTION RETURNS, FROM THE GRAVE! Seriously, what else do you need to know about this?
Schlock’s POP CULTURE DESTRUCTION makes it to June, as Noel tells about “Iranian vampire Western” (or is it?) The Girl Walks Alone At Night, Teodor reviews Schlock Talks interviewee Molly Tanzer’s Vermillion and newcomer Robert Iveniuk explains what’s the deal with Richard K Morgan’s A Land Fit For Heroes. But before that Marco thinks he’ll impress anyone by telling what he’s been up to lately. No one cares, dood!
We haven’t asked for this! Marco is back with Pop Culture Destruction, and he brings company before he tackles Avengers: Age of Ultron – Noel Tanti writes about horror flick Digging up the Marrow, while Teodor reviews Skullcrack City and The Visible Filth. Also: News!
Since 2014 is all but over (okay, it’s over), Marco does what many others do – best-of-the-year list. He actually thinks he’s the only one indulging in such a thing! Bless.
In which our critic ponders about life in the 21st century and rambles on Polish critical darling Ida and cheerful seasonal rumination Black Mirror: White Christmas before his body gets hijacked for DESTRUCTCAST interview duties.
It’s Noshavember at Casa di Marco, which means his beard is taking care of this month’s POP CULTURE DESTRUCTION, as it joins friend of Schlock Robert Iveniuk in a discussion about superhero cinema before reviewing the recent Wolfenstein: The New Order AND check out a couple of animation-related art books. Also: news!
This Halloween Marco confronts true horror – his appreciation of Michael Bay and Transformers: Age of Extinction. Also genuine horror in the face of Jeff VanderMeer’ Acceptance, Jesse Jacobs’ Safari Honeymoon and dark European anti-fairytale Beautiful Darkness. And more!
I love how as the sun starts to set the skies above my neighbourhood come alive with bats. It’s probably thanks to a couple of seemingly…
Pop Culture Destruction returns after an all too short hiatus, as Marco gets a few new voices to join in the destroying of all pop culture. Check it out for talk on Under the Skin, Jeff Vandermeer’s Authority and Grant Morrison’s The Multiversity, as well as Doctor Who and holiday talk. If only we also went on holiday…
This month Marco goes full Godzilla, and in between doing monster noises and stomping around the office he got to write about not one, not two but THREE Godzilla films from recent years. Also featured are Transistor, a selection of TV work by one Masaaki Yuasa, a chapbook by Schlock-featured writer Angela Slatter and a local artist by the name of Fastidju. Oh, and some guys are remaking the intro to Ghost in the Shell? Crazy!