A Bucket of Blood is a 1959 Horror Comedy directed by the king of the low budget flick Roger Corman. The film was produced for $50,000 and shot in five days. It’s a dark satire of bohemian life, set in a coffee shop in which the modern hipster could easily find a home. On one […]
It’s October! You know what that means? It’s time to get spoopy. It’s time to get so spoopy that your non-spoopy friends will start to think that you’ve lost your mind. It’s time to get so spoopy that no one can even recognize the word spooky as a word anymore. “You want to get […]
In 1960 Roger Corman released his Little Shop of Horrors. It was a (fairly spoopy) horror comedy, filmed on a recycled set, in 3 days, for less than $50,000. The original was filmed in black and white, on cheap cameras. It features about 2.5 minutes of footage with Jack Nicholson (which is enough to get […]
This film, originally recorded in 1898, has been restored and given a new score by us at Analog Revolution, and Analog Revolution Records. That’s right, you’re watching a 120 year old movie. The score is by Wesley, from the band Back There. It’s pretty neat.
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It’s a point and click adventure game, in the style of LucasArts or Sierra games from the 80s and 90s. It’s set in a world where Jimi Hendrix is investigating the Murder of Jimi Hendrix, and pretty much everyone is Jimi Hendrix. The game is beautifully illustrated. I’ve been told it’s a quick game, but […]