1408 captured my attention precisely because John Cusack and Samuel L. Jackson were involved, and I’m happy to say I was not disappointed.
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Newcomb has taken Abramelin the Mage and modernized the rituals, explaining numerous paths one might take in order to achieve this objective.
A quick overview of the Q & A that followed the screening of the Film, the 4th Dimension, at the Philadelphia Film Festival.
Pagels looks at traditional roles of gender and sexual relationships as influenced by the Genesis creation story.
Beyond Belief is a readable history of how Church orthodoxy evolved over the first 4 centuries.
Boccaccini traces the lineage of Jewish texts and looks for where the Qumran community fits in with Jewish literature.
Hellion reviews Big Bad Wolf, a snappy cheesy little B horror movie with lots of sex and gore – and of course, a big bad werewolf.
Billy Corgan played the Electric Factory June 25 and rocked!
Hellion crucifies Wes Craven’s The Breed, a horror snoozefest that’s like Stephen King’s Cujo meets Man’s Best Friend, times ten, minus the charming personalities of Cujo and Max.