If Punk Is Dead, “Please Kill Me” Shows Us Where The Bodies Are Buried (PHX SUX)

I recently wrote a review of the expanded anniversary edition of “Please Kill Me.” The granddaddy of music oral history books, it’s a hilarious, tragic, and engrossing look at the dawn of the NYC punk scene. Essential reading if you’re a fan of any music produced in that era.

PHX SUX: If Punk Is Dead, “Please Kill Me” Shows Us Where The Bodies Are Buried”

 

In Space, No One Can Hear You Kill, Kill, Kill, Die, Die, Die: “Jason X” (FilmBar)

For my latest FilmBar film blog, I take a look at one of my favorite horror movies. It’s a film that is far, far better than it has any right to be: “Jason X.”

Yeah, that’s right. The movie with cyber-Jason and sex robots with guns. Waaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaay better than you’d expect it to be.

FilmBar: In Space, No One Can Hear You Kill, Kill, Kill, Die, Die, Die: “Jason X”