With a strong DIY ethic, Winnipeg's Midnight Review Presents is putting
some of today's best music out there, as well as some of the most cutting edge video. The members of this collective produce moody, peculiar, avant garde works of art. With a musical aesthetic based in the lo-fi tradition, and a video aesthetic firmly rooted in B-movie horror. Midnight Review Presents takes pride in being an art collective with suspense.
A fine example of the Midnight Review's manifesto is the Moonlighters. This the debut release from musical mastermind Matthew Powers. In checking out this full length, you won't find the usual one-dimensional indie. Instead, you'll find music from the fringe. Moody, noisy, and textured. You will hear variety. You may be frightened. Recorded in the basements, apartments, living rooms, and bathrooms of Winnipeg, this is music full of vampires, villains and vile fiends. To help get his musical vision across, Powers enlisted some of the city's top musical talent, who improv’d and one-taked their way through madness. The Moonlighters is one of the premier releases of the year: scary good.
the Misfits, TSOL, the Residents
Friday the 13th part 2, the Rocky Horror Picture Show
Clive Barker, Stephen King, Neil Gaiman, Anne Rice
the Books of Blood, the Dark Tower series, Neverwhere, the Vampire Chronicles
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It does suck although sometimes remakes are better than the original not always but there are a few. What's really irritating is when someone has no knowledge of the movie you're talking about and assumes you mean the remake when the remake was terrible.