A poem by Kaiter Enless.
R | 1h 35min | Drama, Horror, Mystery | 10 Dec. 1994 (Italy) | 3 Feb. 1995 (USA) Direction: John Carpenter | Cinematography: G. B. Kibbe | Music: J. Carpenter, Jim Lang Screenplay: Michael De Luca Cast: Sam Neill, Julie Carmen, Jürgen Prochnow, Charlton Heston Summary: Horror novels by a reclusive writer begin driving its readers to madness. The author of the novels,… Continue reading In The Mouth Of Madness (1994) | Review
Indeterminable rumblings from the center of the sphere shook the watcher from his reverie. The thief, time, was there overthrown and the weight of his waste disclosed, along with the true visage of the world. Searing rays slithered from Ra's incessant maw, gnawing the surface of a galaxial tomb; bleaching bone and peeling skin. Bacterial-skittering… Continue reading Metal Wakes
The thought of my “present reality” was plastered on the front side of a coin with a backside insisting, “Try to escape.” Notice, while the backside literally read, “Try to escape,” the front side did not read, “Present reality.” Instead, the front side listed that which was, at the moment, my present reality. More often… Continue reading The Euphoric Problem