How Lita, Trish Stratus and Independent Wrestling Saved My Life

Pro Wrestling, or sports entertainment has always been a presence in my life. It was passed down from my father to my older brother down to me. I am a wrestling fan, there’s no denying that; but I have two defining moments that really solidified my love for everything about the business and made me…

Wild at Heart: Collectors Edition Blu-ray Review

David Lynch is an auteur that I recommend having in your movie library, so I was very excited when I got my hands on a copy of Lynch’s Wild at Heart starring Nicholas Cage and Laura Dern. Based on the first of six novels by Barry Gifford, Wild at Heart is a personal favorite love…

Album Review: Amenorrhea – REALMS OF DESSOLATION

Serial killers and death metal? You have my attention, and Amenorrhea’s album Realms of Desolation definitely got my attention with this fantastic album. Amenorrhea is a Miami, Florida based death metal band composed of Niuvis Martin (Vocals), Josjan Alonso (Bass), Robert Barrueco (Drums) and Cari Buckner (Guitar). They’re a group of hard rocking individuals ready…

DVD Review: FOUND (2012)

Staying in and watching horror always feels like a good idea, and I’m glad that I did because I finally grabbed a copy of Scott Schirmer’s Found (2012), based off the Todd Rigney novel, and the night in was absolutely worth it. I thought this movie was awesome. I agree, it is a piece of…

Summerslam 2000

I’ve been on a long journey on the WWE Network where I watch every Pay-Per-View since the In Your House events around ‘96 and I’m up to Summerslam 2000. I have to take a break to just talk about how this was one of my favorite Summerslams. I have two favorites off the top of…

TERROR FIRMER: 20 Year Anniversary Blu-ray Review

This article may contain spoilers. You’ve been warned. Terror Firmer. Geeze, what can I say about Terror Firmer? When I was around ten years old I watched my idol John Waters’ Cecil B. Demented for New Years. To make it short, the idea is to encourage films that don’t give a fuck and challenge the…

Currently Listening To: The Bridge City Sinners

Have you ever heard of “Folk Punk”? Well it’s a genre, and an enjoyable genre in my opinion. But there was a time where my answer was, “No, is that a thing?”. My introduction into the folk punk were bands like Amigo the Devil and The Goddamn Gallows. It’s like if someone took the raw…

It’s Not a Birthday Wish, but I’d Like it to Come True Anyway

My birthday is today. Reflecting back on the year there have been more down than ups. Failing mental health, a proper diagnosis, and a rocky reconstruction took up most of the year. This includes failed relationships and loneliness becoming my only friend while on a promising road to recovery.

My First Starrcade: THE First Starrcade (Starrcade ‘83)

I’ve never watched a single Starrcade. I was never a WCW kid. As we all know, that company and the at the time WWF were in a bitter war and you needed to choose sides or blood would be spilled. I would proudly state that WCW had old washed up wrestlers with “fake muscles” and…

Starting Over

I stopped writing about my days of anxiety; I got depressed. The redundancy of long dragging days waiting to go back to work trapped me. Pretty soon I was consumed by a huge dark cloud of anxiety and sadness. I couldn’t do anything, including writing over and over about how depressed I was. So I…