Sunday, August 25, 2019


The Terror of Hallow’s Eve (2017) Bullied teen wishes evil on his tormentors; evil shows up. Sort of like a gory Are You Afraid Of The Dark? episode. TIL: As Hans Urs von Balthasar noted, wishing hell on another is a grave sin because it makes a mockery of God’s mercy.

Still Voices - Zabriskie Point (1970) "All people see fires, storms, explosions, or landscapes; but how many feel the flames, the lightnings, the whirlwinds, or the harmony? How many have an inner beauty that tinges their melancholy?" - Emile M. Cioran

Dad Rock Daily: The Everly Brothers - Stories We Could Tell (1972) The Bros and their L.A. pals take a walk down an old country road; the fresh air does them good. Laudable Lyrics: Oh, God, forgive the man that drives right by the other man. Take pity on the stranger in the cold.

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