Album Review: Day Of The Locust by Cockney Voodoo Beaver (Orloff Records 2022)

RND/ To consider a virtual album review of “Day Of The locust” by the mighty UK based Ambient Death Metal supergroup Cockney Voodoo Beaver: 5876 x 5602 .jpg Side A Where Did I Put That Surgical Stapler? (4:20) Extra Cable Ties (10:22) Grandma’s Death Bed (15:00) Hallucinogenic Sweat Beads (2:44) Holy Meta-Geographic Needlepoint Flux (12:30) … Read more

Quentin Meillassoux: Another Laughably Bad, Pseudo-Philosopher Charlatan ‘Exposed’

RND/ In which, by even merely mentioning such embarrassingly dire, grifting hacks such as ‘Quentin Meillassoux’ – not that anyone’s even called that in reality – you feel you’ve already given them too much intellectual credit. Is his work really the best that philosophy in France (not ‘French philosophy’) has to offer today? Reading the … Read more

Zack Snyder’s Awful “Army Of The Dead”: An Existential Movie Review

RND/ To consider the silent, angry sound of humanity coming to it’s collective extra senses, far beyond the dead movie screen and its piles of rubbish: Bob’s Quick Akira-Capsule Movie Review: “Army Of The Dead is peak Zack Snyder RAFA (rotting ass-fetus abortion.)  Do not step in it.” – Robert What Chrrrist what a dehydrated … Read more

Review: “Chronosis” comic book by Reza Negarestani is awful

RND/ To consider theory-fiction cosmic horror comic splurge “Chronosis” by laughably poor pseudo-philosopher Reza Negarestani (with Keith Tilford and Robin Mackay) as total bollocks. My 3 year old daughter loves the drawings! – Brian on Goodreads rated it: amazing In whichi Reza Negarestani is an Iranian philosopher-hack and writer, known for ‘pioneering the genre’ of … Read more

Cyberpunk Is Dead: A Critique

RND/ To consider or imagine Cyberpunk as (/un)dead. R.I.P. That Cyberpunk might even be far better that way. A satirical critique, and study of possible near-future potentials / alternatives. Warning: contains problematic Trans representation. Right off the bat: questioning the mere notion that Cyberpunk really amounts to anything less than a naked, celebration of Global … Read more