Saturday, December 25, 2010

The Taint - Catch it for free for 7 more hours!

Those of you interested in seeing The Taint after reading my review, now is your chance. As a Christmas treat they are streaming the movie TODAY ONLY over at Megavideo. Sorry for not getting the word out sooner, I just got back from doing Christmas stuff, this was the first time I've seen a computer all day. But you've still got plenty of time, check it out.

Tuesday, December 14, 2010

Marasme - Mirroir

Marasme is an Expimental/Sludge/Post-Metal band from Majorca Spain. They're offering up their full-length album Mirroir for the low, low cost of "on the house". Pretty solid album in the Isis/Cult of Luna vein. Love the band logo too, it's kinda like Lovecraft started a metalcore band. Check it out:

1. Intro 01:45
2. Mirroir 09:50
3. Flames 09:30
4. Més Enllà (instr.) 04:55
5. Ultimatum 07:58
6. Thousands 09:29
7. Blind 05:44
Total playing time 49:00


Wednesday, December 08, 2010

The Sadist With Red Teeth - Opening Credit Song

I've just got one song for this post, sorry for anyone who got excited and thought I had the entire soundtrack (which I don't think was ever released). This is the song that plays over the opening credits of Jean Louis Van Belle's weird ass fake-vampire freakout film Le sadique aux dents rouges (The Sadist With Red Teeth). The opening credits do show the composer of the music played in the film (Raymond Legrand), but not who performs this song, or what the song is called.

This is the kind of thing I usually post on one of my compilations featuring unreleased movie music - see Mummy Came In My Room or Vampire Tickle Fight (aka Amateur Vampire Chiropractory). However it takes me a while to put together one those compilations since I usually rip a song here and there and let them pile up for several months before I post them. So from now on whenever I rip a song from a DVD I'll just put it up and maybe compile them together with custom cover and ridiculous "album" title when I've gotten about 15-20. Or not, I don't know yet, for now, here's the unknown track by the unknown artist from The Sadist With Red Teeth. Bonus points for anyone who can identify the track or artist.

One thing I wanted to point out. I wanted to mention that Mummy Came In My Room should've been titled Mummy Came In My House. Embarrassingly, I misquoted the movie and I just realized right now. I planted my face in my palm and cried out "Oh!" upon realization. Oh well, if Vader's "No, I am your father." line can be misquoted as "Luke, I am your father" thousands, and thousands of times I think my Monster Squad slip up is okay.

While I'm here, I thought I'd mention that if anyone is interested, I've posted Bruno Nicolai's music from Perché Quelle Strane Gocce Di Sangue Sul Corpo Di Jennifer? over at Digital Meltd0wn.

Saturday, December 04, 2010

The Taint - Movie Review

Directors: Drew Bolduc, Dan Nelson
Writer: Drew Bolduc
Stars: Drew Bolduc, Colleen Walsh, Giancarlo Agar, Mike Baker and Natalie W. Baker
Runtime: 70 Minutes give or take
Rated: I don't think there's a rating strong enough to cover this thing.


After the experimental drug Cockzantium (a penis-enlargening serum - invented so women will be unable to resist giving blowjobs to huge penises of the Cokzantium users) is leaked into the local water supply any men exposed to the water become misogynists. Not the traditional kind of women hating asshole misogynists, these dudes are maniacal monsters who are sexually aroused by the act of smashing women's heads in, usually with large rocks.

It's up to the one remaining untainted male, hipster/slacker/schoolboy Phil O' Ginny (director Bolduc) and badass female sidekick Misandra (Colleen Walsh) to fight off the misogynists and hopefully find a cure, or at least an explanation for the taint before these crazy bastards have smashed the heads of every female in sight.


The Taint is kind of like The Crazies, if everyone infected ran around with constantly ejaculating erections while bashing women's heads in. Yes, I said ejaculating erections. The infected misogynists all run around with huge Dirk Diggler-ian prostetic wangs hanging out of their pants, shooting jizz all over everything while destroying the heads of every female in sight with everything from hedge trimmers to car doors.

Featuring more head crushing than Riki-Oh and more dick shooting than Robocop, this is the kind of movie Troma should be making. Gross, shocking, offensive, hilarious, but also featuring some fairly excellent production values. For a film that couldn't have had much of a budget it actually looks very impressive and professional and features a few outstandingly well done gore scenes.

This is a tough film to really fully recommend. Not because I didn't like it, - I laughed, I cried, I nearly vomited. I think I loved it. But, I think the ejaculating boner stuff, and the truly disgusting nature of the film is probably going to turn off all but the most hardened trash fiends. But adventurous film fans who want to be truly offended while still laughing their asses off at something genuinely bizarre be sure to check this thing out at once.


Squirrel decapitation
He(a)dge trimming
Face Peel/Face Rip
Duct-taped Dead Skin Mask
Phil O' Ginny riding a skateboard wearing a blood soaked American flag cape

The Taint is available on DVD (with wicked awesome punk flyer style cover) for $10, VHS (the tape is hand-painted by the director) for $15 and the excellent synthy soundtrack featuring music by Drew Bolduc, Philip Heesen III, Robert King, Chris Bolduc, and Brian Beck is available for $5. There is also a package available for $25 that includes the DVD, VHS, Soundtrack and an autographed poster.

Friday, December 03, 2010

Digital Meltd0wn's Nightmare Before Christmas

Just letting everyone know that for the next month myself, and Strange Ranger from the Motherfucker=Redeemer blog will be doing some guest posting during Digital Meltd0wn's Nightmare Before Christmas. A month long shunning of Christmas/Holiday music. We will spend the next month posting all things macabre, horrific and blasphemous. So be sure to check Digital Meltd0wn everyday for the next month to see what horrors we will unearth. While you're at it, why don't you just go ahead and bookmark Digital Meltd0wn and make it one of your daily stops.

While I'm here, here's a link to my first contribution. After clicking, the Goolies image above will make more sense.

Wednesday, December 01, 2010

Godzilla vs. Heavy Metal

This is post #900 on The Manchester Morgue and I thought it needed to be something really special and obscure. Then I thought, nah, a ridiculous mini album with heavy metal renditions of a few classic Godzilla tunes would be more my style.

This is a split album, Yoshio Nomura on tracks 1 & 3 and Cha Cha Maru on tracks 2 & 4. I love the cover for this thing, Gojira taking a gigantic flying V in the chest, it's like an absurd Guitar Wolf video or something.

1. GODZILLA(「ゴジラ」~メインテーマより)
2. 決戦(「三大怪獣地球最大の決戦」~キングギドラ誕生/「怪獣大戦争」~怪獣大戦争のマーチより)
3. 怪獣総進撃(「怪獣総進撃」~タイトルクレジットより)
4. GODZILLA MEDLEY(「ゴジラ(1984)」~ゴジラ迎撃せよ/「ゴジラVSビオランテ」~スーパーX2/「ゴジラVSデストロイア」~レクイエムより)

Sunday, November 28, 2010

Leslie Nielsen February 11th, 1926 - November 28th, 2010

Son of a bitch. I'm just about to go to sleep and this news comes along and ruins my night. Sorry to see him go, loved him in Prom Night and Creepshow.,,20445526,00.html

Ghidrah The Three Headed Lobby Cards

I'm suffering through a particularly awful Family Guy episode right now. And I actually like Family Guy - despite Seth McFarlane's best efforts to stop me from doing so with all of these goddamn musical numbers. Anybody like those? Does anybody know anyone who likes those? Anyway, that has nothing to do with anything, just needed to vent my frustration about this lengthy Rush Limbaugh musical number. Here you go, enjoy some particularly awesome San daikaijû: Chikyû saidai no kessen (Ghidorah The Three Headed Monster) lobby cards. Filmed in Eastman Color, my favorite color to film something in because it makes me think of George Eastman.

Tuesday, November 23, 2010

Ingrid Pitt - November 21st 1937 - November 23rd 2010

Very sad day for fans of classic British horror cinema as I just heard we have lost the legendary Polish actress Ingrid Pitt (born Ingoushka Petrov). Known best for her roles in The Vampire Lovers, Countess Dracula, and The House That Dripped Blood. For more info click below.

Tuesday, November 16, 2010

Yaphet Kotto Week - Luchi De Jesus - Friday Foster

A few months back Manchester Morgue joined forces with several fellow blogs to honor Linda Blair with Blair Week - a week-long retrospective of her acting career. This week we're back to honor another legendary actor. His name is Yaphet Kotto.

Yaphet Kotto is someone many probably don't know by name, but most people have surely seen the man in one of the absolute shit-ton of films he's been in. Live and Let Die, Truck Turner, Alien, The Running Man, Freddy's Dead just to name a few. I'm sure pretty much everyone in the world has seen at least one of those movies, therefore everyone has seen Yaphet Kotto.

My contribution to Kotto Week is Luchi De Jesus' soundtrack from Friday Foster, the 1975 Arthur "Detroit 9000" Marks film featuring Pam Grier and the man of the week Yaphet Kotto.

1. Friday Foster - Main Title (02:18)
performed by Ward L. Chandler
2. Friday/Getting Set (01:42)
3. The Assassins/The Pidgeon/Hit (00:45)
4. Mackin/Fancy Pants/Glad Rags (02:06)
5. Skin City (02:52)
6. Don't Drop The Soap/Final Solution (02:21)
7. Hasty Exit/Wheels/Cat and Mouse/Spider and Fly (03:09)
8. Be Gay (01:28)
9. Position #69 (01:37)
10. Black Widow (01:00)
11. Be Shait/Jericho/Super Man (01:43)
12. WW III (01:47)
13. Friday - End Titles (00:49)

Thank God - It's Friday!

Here's the schedule for the rest of the posts on other blogs throughout this week. Be sure to pay the rest of these blogs a visit, they're all pretty awesome:

Monday Nov. 15th
Unflinching Eye - Alien
Raculfright 13's Blogo Trasho - Truck Turner
Tuesday Nov. 16th
Lost Video Archive - Raid on Entebbe
Manchester Morgue - Friday Foster
Wednesday Nov. 17th
Booksteve's Library - Live and Let Die
Horror Section - Warning Sign
Thursday Nov. 18th
Mondo 70 - Drum
B Movies and Beyond - The Monkey Hu$tle
Cinema Gonzo - Report to the Commissioner
Friday Nov. 19th
Illogical Contraption - Eye of the Tiger
Ninja Dixon - Across 110th St.
Lines That Make Things - The A Team (TV episode)
Things That Don't Suck - Blue Collar
Saturday Nov. 20th
Breakfast In the Ruins - Bone
Lost Video Archive - The Park Is Mine

100% fresh Yaphet Kotto all week long.
To participate in similar events in the future contact me at Lost Video Archive

Sunday, November 07, 2010

Topps Presents Dinosaurs Attack!

Don't think I've ever posted a trading card series before. So here's Topps' Dinosaurs Attack! series. I remember when these cards came out, I'd get so excited every time my mom was making a run to the High's down the street because I knew I could tag along and get her to buy a pack of Dinosaurs Attack.

These came out in 1988, so I was like 7-8 when I was into them. At the time I lived for dinosaurs and gruesome (well, Freddy gruesome, not Sodomatik gruesome) scary movies so combining the two was the greatest thing I'd ever heard of at the time. Of course, if I had heard of the movie Legend of Dinosaurs and Monster Birds back then I very well might've shit.

So, the link below includes all cards front and back, plus the stickers and the checklist in one CBR file for viewing ease. Credit goes out to the original scanner of the cards. But first, some highlights:

Dinosaurs, attack!

Sodomatik Volume 1 - The Extreme Mega-Gore Mixtape

I wanted to point some of the gorehounds who visit this site in the direction of Sodomatik. Sodomatik Volume 1 is a relentlessly violent gore mixtape, sure to exhilarate the mind and churn your bowels. It's kind of a greatest hits of grue, if you will.

Here's a sort of chapter list of the featured scenes (that's why some of the titles are repeated):
Satanico Pandemonium, Suicide Club, Pieces, Suicide Club, The Nutbag, New York Ripper, Pieces, New York Ripper, Schramm, May, Premutos, Death Smiled at Murder, Pieces, Pieces, Haunting of Rebecca Verlaine, House of Blood, Premutos, Premutos, New York Ripper, Suicide Club, House of Blood, Splatter : Naked Blood, The Reflecting Skin, The Nutbag, House of Blood, Evil Ed, The Nutbag, Suspiria, Phantom of Death, Nutbag, Cutting Moments, The Reflecting Skin, Phantom of Death, Splatter : Naked Blood, Haunting of Rebecca Verlaine, Dont't Torture a Duckling, The House by the Cemetery, The House by the Cemetery, Scrapbook, Thriller : One Eye, Premutos, Mother of Tears, Gummo, Hollywood Chainsaw Hookers, Dead of Alive, Mother of Tears, A Blade in the Dark, Mother of Tears, The Toolbox Murders, Thriller : One Eye, Another Day in Paradise, The Beyond, Another Day in Paradise, The Beyond, The Beyond, Suicide, Guinea Pig : FOFAB, Angst, Murder Set Pieces, Home Sick, Entrails oF A Beautiful Woman, Aftermath, FOr Your Height Only, Guinea Pig : Devi's Experiment, Guinea Pig : He Never Dies, Aswang, Guinea Pig : Murmaid in a Manhole, Entrails of a Beautiful Woman, High Tension, The City of the Living Dead, Gore Gore Girls, City of the Living Dead, The Grapes of Death, Gore Gore Girls, Ken Park, The Burning, Snuff Perversions 2, Violent Shit 3, Slumber Party Massacre 2, The Burning, Nightbeast, Phenomena, Philosphy of a Knife, Nekromantik 2, Massacro, Horrible, Faceless, Fantom Kiler, Evil Dead Trap, Bay of Blood, August Underground, August Underground's Mordum, August Underground's Penance, Blutiger Freitag, Deadbeat at Dawn, Autopsy, Dust Devil, The Killer Must Kill Again, Street Fighter, Bloodfeast 2, Opera, Brain Damage, Clean Shaven, Strip Nude For Your Killer, Mr. Lonely.

Things to watch for:
Polish Roulette
Knife & Fork Eyeballectomy
Chainsaw (Chain saw) Evisceration
Hammer Smashed Face
Michele Soavi getting gross out by future Regurgitate album cover
Disgorged Duodenum

Fans of extreme gore interested in checking it out, go to Be warned, this is not for the faint of heart. There is some fun gore from stuff like Brain Damage or Pieces, but this thing gets pretty fucking gross. Check it out!

Monday, October 25, 2010

Careful With That Axe, You Meanie - A Manchester Morgue Halloween Compilation

I've been too busy to post for a while, but I have spent a bit of time whipping up a new Halloween compilation guaranteed to absolutely frighten the Christ out of you. Or not. Really apart from Fantomas and their rendition of the theme from The Devil Rides Out, there's nothing particularly frightening going on here. I'm really going for a spooky fun-times kind of mood with this one. I didn't want to put anything too obvious, so no Monster Mash will be found here. In fact this is really more of a Halloween/General Horror kind of compilation. Lots of songs about Halloween, but songs about dancing Draculas and Jewish Werewolves as well.

When looking for horror themed music you mostly find two varieties of music, horror punk and any kind of "abilly" music - rockabilly, psychobilly, gothabilly, surfabilly. I actually had more surf/rockabilly stuff on here at first but that stuff REALLY starts to sound the same if you listen to more than 5 songs in a row. I mean there's still plenty of horror punk and a wide variety of abilly tunes here, but I've tried to mix it up a bit more than it was initially.

Any 45 Grave fans will want to download this album as I've included their track Night of the Demons from the remake that just got released on DVD. I ripped it from my copy so the sound isn't as good as I'd like, but I don't think it's been released anywhere yet.

Your tracklist:

  1. Fantomas - The Devil Rides Out
  2. Afi - Halloween
  3. David Bowie - Scary Monsters (and Super Creeps)
  4. The Young Ones - Nasty Theme
  5. The Damned - Nasty
  6. 45 Grave - Night of the Demons (ripped from the remake DVD)
  7. The 5,6,7,8s - Highschool Witch
  8. Type O Negative - Halloween in Heaven
  9. Rezurex - Everday is Halloween
  10. Zombina and the Skeletones - Dracula's Tango
  11. Tracy Morgan - Werewolf Barmitzvah
  12. Flock of Seagulls - Nightmares
  13. Zombie Zombie - Halloween Theme
  14. The Meteors - Halloween Scream
  15. The Flaming Lips - Halloween on the Barbary Coast
  16. Frank Zappa - Goblin Girl
  17. Messer Chups - Mobile Coffin
  18. Siouxsie and the Banshees - Halloween
  19. The Young Werewolves - Halloween
  20. Moontrekkers - Night of the Vampire
  21. The Lurking Corpses - When The Blood Flows
  22. Phantom 5 - Graveyard
  23. Bobby Bare Jr. - Rock and Roll Halloween
  24. Coffinshakers - Dark Wings Over Finland
  25. Phantom Rockers - Halloween Night
  26. Ministry - Everyday is Halloween
  27. Dead Vampires - Orgy of the Dead
  28. Vampires of Dartmoore - Tanz Der Vampire
  29. The Spiders - Witchcraft
  30. The Simpsons Halloween Addams Family Theme
  31. The Bee Gees - Haunted House

I feel I need to explain a couple of these, so:

The Bee Gees - Haunted House. Listening to the lyrics I'm thinking this is more of a metaphorical haunting. However the song was listed as "Halloween Mix" and it's actually damn spooky sounding at times I kept it. And surprisingly as a non Bee Gee fan, this song kind of rules. Check it out.

Tracy Morgan as Tracy Jordan - Werewolf Barmitzvah. 30 Rock is one of the fastest paced comedies I've ever seen and surely one of the funniest shows currently on television. This song was featured on the show last year around Halloween and I would've included it, but I don't I've made an actual Halloween comp before, so here it is now.

Theme from The Young Ones Nasty Episode - This is the theme that plays at the beginning of the Young Ones Halloween episode titled Nasty. Kind of an old spooky haunted house movie feel complete with thunder and rain. I followed this with The Damned song Nasty which was performed in the show. Excellent song, one of my favorite Damned songs actually. So much so that I swiped my title from this song.

I was planning on making the cover more Halloweenie with leaves and pumpkins and shit, but while reading Fangoria back issues I stumbled upon this image from a film nobody saw (except for me) called Night Life and I knew a scene of extreme gore was the way to go.

One of my recent compilations got taken down pretty soon after going up and since I've got a few higher profile outfits on here (one of them sold a good 2 or so hundred million albums over the years) so grab this one before it gets kiboshed.

Wednesday, October 13, 2010

The small businessman... always, always, always gets it in the ass.

Looking at some old Fangorias again and I came across this ad for The Texas Chainsaw Massacre Part II featuring the very same Leatherface standee I mentioned two posts ago. Now if I had $20 (plus $2.95 for shipping & handling) and the ability to travel to 1987 I'd be all set.

Jet Black Berries Unleash Postmodern Ghosts

Rochester New York's own Jet Black Berries have just released their first new album in 22 years. It goes by the name of Postmodern Ghosts and the album is comprised of new material as well as re-recordings of several classic New Math tracks like Invocation and They Walk Among You. Original members Chris Yockel, Gary Trainer, Mark Schwartz and drummer extraordinaire Roy Stein have all returned, the only missing member would be vocalist Kevin Patrick. Unfortunate that he's not back with them, but their tremendously talented new vocalist Johnny Cummings is a truly excellent replacement.

I've had a chance to check the album out and I recommend any Jet Black Berries/New Math fans seek it out at once. Post Modern Ghosts is an excellent comeback album that should be well received by old fans and one that should gain them many new fans as well.

Head over to CDBaby to obtain a physical copy, or swing over to iTunes for the digital copy.

Role Models

Found these great model kit ads while looking at some old Fangoria scans. As a kid reading Fangoria (back when an issue cost less than a pizza) I used to beg my mom for pretty much anything I saw in any of the ads. Models, Shirts, that Leatherface mask that was always in the same ad with a Predator mask. I never actually successfully coerced her into buying me any of the stuff but she did once score a life-size Leatherface cutout from Texas Chainsaw Massacre II from a theater or video store. At the time, it was about the coolest goddamn thing I'd ever seen. Sadly over the years Bubba ended up getting lost and I've never seen another of the same cutout since. I've seen them for the remake Leatherface, but not the one from Part II. Probably for the best, hard enough to be involved in a serious relationship without a cardboard cutout of a 6 foot tall mentally retarded bumpkin wearing a Gein-ian skin mask in the corner of the living room.

Wednesday, October 06, 2010

Hot Blood - Disco Dracula

This is German disco group Hot Blood with their 1976 album Disco Dracula.

This album combines my love of bloodsuckers and shitty novelty disco. Of the seven tracks most are standard upbeat disco, but a couple of tracks like Sex Me and Even Vampires Fall In Love amp up the sex factor while slowing down the tempo and come off sounding like they should've been featured in Dracula Blows His Cool or some other racy vampirical smut from the late 70's.

  1. Baby Frankie Stein
  2. Even Vampires Fall In Love
  3. Soul Dracula
  4. Sex Me
  5. Blackmail
  6. Dracula Goes Dreamy
  7. Terror On The Dance Floor

Monday, October 04, 2010

Mad Tea Party Presents... Rock 'n' Roll Ghoul

"Just in time for Halloween: Mad Tea Party releases ROCK N ROLL GHOUL

Asheville’s rock ‘n’ roll duo Mad Tea Party celebrate their favorite holiday again this year with ROCK N ROLL GHOUL, a follow-up to 2009’s ZOMBIE BOOGIE. With garage-rock icon Greg Cartwright (Reigning Sound, Oblivions) at the production helm, this year’s monster offering promises to make you howl at the moon.

Mad Tea Party provides their usual palate of shimmering vocal harmonies over Jason Krekel’s one-man-band juke joint guitar/percussion and Ami Worthen’s electric ukulele. Of course, ROCK N ROLL GHOUL also includes some sonic surprises.

The EP offers up 4 spooky selections for your rockin’ Halloween party. “Possessed,” a 60s-tinged psychedelic number, features Worthen’s wicked vocals and a demonic guitar solo from Mr. Cartwright. The furious screamer “Rock-n-Roll Ghoul” expounds upon the theme of flesh-eating music critics while drivin’ rocker “Dr. Phibes” is an ode to the popular Vincent Price villain. The duo close with the Hollywood Flames’ song “Frankenstein’s Den” with Cartwright on drum kit and Caroline Pond (Snake Oil Medicine Show) joining Worthen on doo-wop vocals.

ROCK N ROLL GHOUL is available as a 7” vinyl record and as digital downloads. The EC horror comics inspired art for the record was hand drawn by San Francisco artist Gus Cutty. Find out more at"

Record release shows planned to date:
October 2 - The Pour House - Raleigh, NC (with the Straight 8's)
October 15 - Stella Blue - Asheville, NC (with Mark Sultan)
October 16 - Double Door - Charlotte, NC
October 29 - Uketoberfest - Aberdeen, NC

Just click here and you can download the 4 spooktastic tracks about spooktacular things like Anton Phibes ancient plagues and Frankenstein's living quarters. Ukulele fans take note.

Thursday, September 30, 2010

Adolescent Amputees and Razor Blade Face Slashing - New York Ripper Photobustas

Here are some photobustas (Italian lobby cards if you couldn't guess) from Lucio Fulci's Lo squartatore di New York (New York Ripper). Anyone know of a font similar to what's on these? A good Giallo looking font is pretty hard to find.

Wednesday, September 29, 2010

Adult Swim Presents Metal Swim

I'm a couple of days late with this, but any metal fans out there might want to check out Adult Swim's Metal Swim compilation. It's actually a very solid collection of songs from bands like Skeletonwitch, Death Angel, Boris and 13 others. And unlike most of these free album downloads this one doesn't even require signing up for a mailing list or anything, just click the link and your download starts right up.

And while you're on the AS site, head over to the games section and play a little Death On Wheels. It's the most fun you'll ever have guiding Death through obstacles on a BMX bike.

Warning: Make sure your volume is down before visiting the page unless you want to be stuck frantically trying to turn your computer down at 1 in the morning when Death Angel suddenly starts blasting through your speakers.

Thursday, September 16, 2010

Deeper Red

In the comments of the last post a visitor by the name of Abdul was kind enough to share links for missing Deep Red issues. The issues in question would be 3, 4, Deep Red Premiere 1, 2 and Deep Red Vol. 2 Issue 1, Deep Red 15th Anniversary Special and Deep Red Horror Handbook. Still with me?

Here are some of the covers, Including my personal favorite right below this text.

Each issue was posted with it's own link, so to save a bit of time I'll just add his whole post to the comments section of this post. So just check the comments for the links.

Sunday, September 12, 2010

Deep Red - Issue 1,2,5,6 & 7

This is Deep Red magazine issues 1,2,5,6 & 7. These are the only issues I've found so far, but I'll add 3 and 4 if I find them. Credit to the original scanner.

As you've probably noticed I'm trying out a new layout/banner on the site. Not sure if I'll keep it this way or not. My laptop has a wide screen where my computer I've had since I started this site did not. So when viewing the site with my laptop there's about 2 inches on either side of wasted space. This new layout looks better on a widescreen display but when I checked it on my old computer it's pretty huge. Either way, I'll stick with Belial for the time being.


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