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Wednesday, January 8, 2014

Album of The Year: 2013 Edition

My loyal readers, my little mongrels. I know you've been coming in droves to the site every day, probably every hour, to see if a new article by yours truly has been posted. I can only imagine how each waking hour has been filled with pain and torment, the thoughts of abandonment echoing through your mind, the cramps in your finger as it pounds away at the F5 key. Well dry your tears, worshipers! Let me humbly present unto you the best damn album I found last year!

Sunday, October 27, 2013

Amazing Music You Can Legally Steal

It's Halloween time and I'll let you stick your digital hand into my bag of delicious cyber-goodies. Here at +The Media Mongrel, we're all treats and no tricks! Well, except for the box. If I offer to let you stick your hand in the box, that's a trick. It will be my penis inside.

Saturday, September 7, 2013


No full review. Too tired. Too much shark. Too much tornado. Mega Shark Vs Crocosaurus was much better. Sharknado is all hype. 6/10

Tuesday, August 27, 2013

You're Next, or It's not The Strangers

Here at the offices of +The Media Mongrel, we try to focus on the independent arts, but fuck it, I wanted to write about this.

Before I saw You're Next, I had just assumed that it was somehow related to the delightfully creepy The Strangers. Like a lot of people, I saw masks and home invasion. My mind fabricated this whole story about how this was a spiritual sequel to The Strangers. I didn't bother to do a simple IMDb search to see that the films didn't share writers or directors; I simply grasped at straws based on a couple of things I noticed in a trailer. I was wrong, and it almost ruined a good film for me.