Noise From The Pit Introduces Newest Press Pirate, Lulu Deadly

Noise From The Pit Introduces Newest Press Pirate, Lulu Deadly

Noise From The Pit Introduces It'S Newest Press Pirate, Lulu Deadly
Noise From The Pit Press Pirate, Lulu Deadly. Image Credit Kianna Aether
Noise From The Pit Introduces It’s Newest Press Pirate, Lulu Deadly

Lulu Deadly grew up determined to follow in her musician father’s footsteps, in the rock god era of Jacksonville Florida. Unfortunately she made her piano teacher retire, and got stage fright at choir recital.

But, those who can’t do… Write?

From a child interviewing band members about their favorite colors on her GFX cassette recorder, she leveled up into an Infamous Radio interview vixen, in the predecessor to podcasting: Pirate Radio. She is now your newest Press Pirate at Noise From the Pit.

Lulu Deadly loves to ask your favorite artists the questions you really want the answers to, so stand by and stay tuned!

The Spectacular Wizard World Comic Con Heading To Atx

The Spectacular Wizard World Comic Con Heading To Atx

The Spectacular Wizard World Comic Con Heading To Atx

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Calling all cosplayers, pop-culture and comic book lovers, Wizard World Austin is right around the corner! If you have never been to Wizard World before then, you are in for a real treat. Iti s filled with tons of panels, workshops, celebrities, gaming competitions and more.


This year’s line-up is looking particularly sweet. Jason Momoa  (Aquaman), Kate Beckinsale ( Underworld), Val Kilmer (Batman Forever, Top Gun ), the “Firefly” trio of Summer Glau (“Arrow”),  Jewel Staite (“Stargate: Atlantis”) and Sean Maher (“The Playboy Club”), Michael Rooker  (Guardians of the Galaxy, “The Walking Dead”) and Nichelle Nichols (“Star Trek”) heading the roster of celebrity guests scheduled to visit the comic con and pop culture extravaganza.


WWE Superstars, the  Hardy Boyz will make an appearance on Saturday, November 18. They will embrace fans, pose for photo ops and sign autographs from 3-6 p.m.


Momoa, Glau, Staite, and Maher are scheduled to arrive on Saturday and Sunday, November 18-19; the others above will be on hand all three days.


Wizard World Comic Con Austin will also highlight non-stop live entertainment, gaming, exclusive Q&A sessions with top celebrities, movie screenings hosted by stars and directors and more, hosted by media personality Kato Kaelin. Details to follow soon.


Wizard World is the home of the most creative comics artists and writers on the planet. Artist Alley in Austin will feature Jorge Molina (“Thor,” “Avengers”), Katy Farina  and Rian Sygh (“Rick & Morty,” “Steven Universe”), Shawn Coss (“Cyanide & Happiness”),  Steve Geiger (“Punisher,” “Spider-Man”), Stuart Sayger (“ROM,” “Micronauts”), Guy Gilchrist  (“Nancy,” “Muppet Babies”), Phil Ortiz (“The Simpsons”), Tom Cook (“Masters of the Universe,” “Smurfs”),  Mark Kistler (“Secret City,” “Imagination Station”), Clinton Hobart (licensed Disney Fine Artist), Genese Davis  (The Holder’s Dominion), Victor Dandridge (“The Samaritan,” “Origins Unknown”),  Dr. Travis Langley (Batman and Psychology: A Dark and Stormy Night, Wonder Woman Psychology: Lassoing the Truth) and many others.


Wizard World Comic Con events bring collectively, thousands of fans of all ages to admire the greatest in pop culture: movies, television, gaming, live entertainment, comics, sci-fi, graphic novels, toys, original art, collectibles, contests and more. The 14th and final event scheduled on the 2017 Wizard World calendar, Austin show hours are Friday, November 17, 4-9 p.m.; Saturday, November 18, 10 a.m.-7 p.m.; Sunday, November 19, 10 a.m.-4 p.m. Kids 10 and under are admitted free with paid adult.


Wizard World Comic Con Austin is also the place for cosplay, with fans young and old showing off their best costumes throughout the event. Fans dressed as every imaginable character – and some never before dreamed – will roam the convention floor and participate in the famed Wizard World Costume Contest on Saturday evening.

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My Spotlight Top 5 Exclusive Midnighters At SXSW

Midnight at SXSW 2015

Who doesn’t love their horror movies. Amirite? At SXSW 15, there was no shortage of hella bloody spectacles, metal music, ghosts, and other crazy-ass freshness to amuse the darkest of demented desires. I saw most of them and this year’s selection was fantastic. Here are my five favorite midnight films at SXSW 15.

Turbo Kid

It’s the post-apocalyptic future of 1997. The world has been destroyed by acid rain and pollution. Now water is in short supply, but there is one man that can bring the much-needed H2O to the masses. Unfortunately, he his kind of a dick. Murdering and pillaging and straight owning motherfuckers, Zeus has a monopoly on life liquid.

When a young man and his sidekick, Apple, find out that Zeus is using a giant juicer to squeeze water from human bodies, it is up to them to stop him.

Turbo Kid was shot like a film from the 80s right down to the cheesy effects and the awesomely bad hair metal soundtrack. I haven’t had this much fun at a film since middle school when my old girlfriend let me touch her nipple during Joe’s Apartment.


My parents and teachers always told me heavy metal was evil. They must have already seen Deathgasm. After watching this movie, I must agree. However, why does everybody gotta hate on awesome ass evil shit? Awesome ass evil shit needs love too!

Deathgasm is about a metal band that inadvertently unleashes hell on to Earth when they play the notes from an ancient song. Now these misfits have to make right out of wrong by choppin’ off melons of poor possessed people.

God, I love me some hardcore gore and the brutal soundtrack wasn’t bad to boot. Deathgasm has it all. Blood, tits, gore, metal, and humor. It is definitely the kind of film you want to take someone to for a first date. If they like it, then you know you’ve picked a winner. If they are freaked and/or grossed out, dump them now. They will only bring you down.


He Never Died

One of the baddest fuckin’ badasses to ever walk the Earth is Henry Rollins. That fact is indisputable. Try to dispute it and that motherfucker will murder you in your dreams — much like Freddy Krueger but more bad asser.

Surprisingly, Rollins has never headlined a film. Even though he was the frontman for Black Flag and The Rollins Band, he has always been second fiddle on the big (and small) screen. Well, He Never Died is his chance to claim some celluloid glory.

Rollins plays Jack, a man who has been around for thousands of years. Now, he mainly just plays bingo and watches a lot of TV. Oh yeah, and he is also a cannibal. He is tired of life. For him, there is nothing left. That is, until, one day a young woman shows up at his house. She is his daughter from a short-lived relationship from 19 years prior.

Now he has a daughter and a desire to eat human flesh. Luckily, he has a guy for that — an intern that works at the blood bank keeps him straight. However, when Jack’s intern ends up on the wrong end of a loan shark debt, Jack must do what he can to survive. Unfortunately, this puts the only person he remotely cares about in harm’s way.

All I can say about this film is “fuck yeah.” Check out the insane clip below.

The Invitation

Will and Eden used to be married, but after their son dies in an unexplained-yet-horrific baseball bat accident, the two could never reconnect. Eventually, they split and found new loves, but Eden and her new boyfriend, David, disappear to Mexico for two years.

Now they are back, living in the home that Will and Eden used to share and, apparently, having dinner parties. In fact, on the most recent occasion, they invite Will, his girlfriend and all of their old friends to a party. As part of his grief recovery, Will agrees to attend. When he gets to the party, however, Eden is acting strange. Don’t say crazy or the bitch will slap you.

Eden and David have discovered something that makes them happy, but Will worries it may be a cult. Let’s just say that Will is not comfortable drinking anything that resembles Kool-Aid around these two.

The whole movie has you questioning who is actually losing their mind: Will or Eden? When the bloody finale happens, you almost can’t believe the brutality of it all — but it is hella fun to watch.


No, it is not a documentary about the late 90s Christian nu-metal act. Instead, Pod is a deeply psychological, one-off about a soldier suffering from PTSD and schizophrenia. He hasn’t been able to stop gabbing about the experiments done on him by the military. Now, he believes that they sent a vicious humanoid after him to keep him quiet once and for all.

Luckily for him, he has a caring, overbearing brother and a loving, alcoholic sister. When they go to intervene in his life and get him some help, he just can’t take it. After having a breakdown, he confesses to having the creature locked inside a pod in his basement.

This is another one of those films that keep you wondering if the protagonist is insane or simply speaking the truth through a panicked gaze. If he is telling the truth, will anybody make it out alive?


Do these movies look fucking crazy or what? Let me know what you think in the comments, ninjas.