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2011 Stories by Jef With One F

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  • Encyclopedia Gothica: Liisa Ladouceur Explains It All

    published Oct 28, 2011

    We knew that we were going to like this book from the very first page. Ask a Goth person, "What is Goth?" and they'll likely tell you, "I'm not Goth." Which is a sure sign that they are, in fact, 66... More >>

  • 7 Movies That Are Good Reasons to Still Own VCRs

    published Oct 28, 2011

    It's likely that the only person you know who is still using a VCR is your grandfather, and even that's becoming very unlikely. Between Blu-ray and HD streaming downloads, we're getting to the point t... More >>

  • Best Comics of October Part 2

    published Oct 27, 2011

    Here's where we continue our mini-series look at the best comics to come out in October courtesy of 8th Dimension Comics. Nightwing #2 Is it weird that we like Dick Grayson but that we've always con... More >>

  • "Bela Lugosi": Town Monster's Unapologetic Festival Of Sin

    published Oct 27, 2011

    Rocks Off has done lot of playlists over the course of our writing career, but last week's birthday tribute to the one and only Bela Lugosi may be our favorite. Finding songs about the beloved horror ... More >>

  • 5 "Action" Figures No One Has Ever Played With

    published Oct 27, 2011

    We'd like to apologize to the children of the world for ruining toys. See, our generation made a very bad mistake. They wanted to keep playing with action figures, but instead of just doing it quietly... More >>

  • bull-jeans stories

    published October 20, 2011

    The character at the center of bull-jean stories is a bull-dagga, an ultra-masculine lesbian. Dallas performer Q-Roc plays bull jean... More >>

  • The Best Comics of October Part 1
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    The Best Comics of October Part 1

    published Oct 26, 2011

    Once a month we'll be bringing you a summary of the best comics to hit the shelves courtesy of the staff at 8th Dimension Comics. This month we went a little overboard, so stay tuned for part 2. Jus... More >>

  • Gilles De Rais: A Historic Serial Killer's Playlist

    published Oct 26, 2011

    Today we celebrate the death of Gilles de Rais. Back in the 15th century, de Rais took up killing children like it was going out of style, though some claim that he was framed by the Church so it coul... More >>

  • Alamo Drafthouse to Screen African Zombie Film <em>The Dead</em>
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    Alamo Drafthouse to Screen African Zombie Film The Dead

    published Oct 26, 2011

    As part of its Graveyard Shift series, Alamo Drafthouse at West Oaks will be screening a film that's been trying its best to get some attention. The Dead is a zombie film set in Africa. An American me... More >>

  • 30 Seconds With Cate Le Bon

    published Oct 25, 2011

    Rocks Off reached across the Atlantic Ocean to get as down as we could with Cate Le Bon and find out what we could about the singer-songwriter in 30 seconds; by the way, it helps if you imagine the re... More >>

  • Once Upon a Time: There's a Reason Disney Makes Cartoons

    published Oct 24, 2011

    Our reaction to the beginning of Once Upon a Time is as mixed as the show itself. We begin in two very different places. The first is a classic fairytale setting involving the immediate aftermath of ... More >>

  • Dungeon Defenders: Jack of All Trades, Master of None
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    Dungeon Defenders: Jack of All Trades, Master of None

    published Oct 24, 2011

    What sold us on Trendy Entertainment's Dungeon Defenders is basically that it sounded like the video game equivalent of a smore, the awesome combination of three great ingredients into a cohesive whol... More >>

  • George Crumb: A Gallery Of Bizarre & Beautiful Scores

    published Oct 24, 2011

    Today is George Crumb's 82nd birthday. Crumb is an acclaimed contemporary classical composer famous for his experimentation. Still alive, kicking and composing today, he's been known to include such ... More >>

  • 5 Essential Skills Our Children Won't Need

    published Oct 24, 2011

    Watching the Kid With One F grow up is magical, and by that we mean that it is both miraculous and horrifying. It's miraculous because watching something that used to be able to scream and poop become... More >>

  • After Twilight: Fear of Rick Perry's Christian Texas

    published Oct 24, 2011

    We first met Gary Watson of Roadster Productions when we were wandering the booths at Comicpalooza. What drew us over to his table when we had a world of comics, horror films and quidditch to choose f... More >>

  • Libra Soul: The Singing Voice Of The 99 Percent

    published Oct 21, 2011

    Around this time last year, Rocks Off told you about a man named Aiton Etxea and his quest to find "reason-filled musicians" for the purposes of forming a band. His use of the term "reason-filled" cau... More >>

  • Once Upon a Time Starts Sunday
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    Once Upon a Time Starts Sunday

    published Oct 21, 2011

    Art Attack will be bringing you coverage of the new ABC drama Once Upon a Time starting on Monday, October 24. We've been intrigued by the show ever since it was announced. Originally we believed th... More >>

  • 100 Creatives: Damian Vasquez
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    100 Creatives: Damian Vasquez

    published Oct 21, 2011

    strong>What He Does: We got to know Damian Vasquez when we were drafted into Batty's fashion show for her latest line and he was taxed with beautifying the models. Vasquez has been a professional make... More >>

  • 7 Songs About Bela Lugosi Not By Bauhaus

    published Oct 20, 2011

    Today is Bela Lugosi's 129th birthday. The man who will probably always be remembered as the definitive Count Dracula starred in dozens of plays and hundreds of movies, mostly horror and thrillers. Ty... More >>

  • Batman: Arkham City: If You Don't Want to Be Batman You Don't Exist
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    Batman: Arkham City: If You Don't Want to Be Batman You Don't Exist

    published Oct 20, 2011

    Batman: Arkham Asylum was one of the reasons we finally caved in and joined the rest of you in the seventh generation system nation. Looking back on the Caped Crusader's long history in the realm of v... More >>

  • 5 Monsters We Wish They'd Make Movies About

    published Oct 19, 2011

    Some people like a good slasher flick, others enjoy Satanic themes, and an annoyingly large segment of the population is still on the torture porn kick. Us? We've always been fond of monsters when it ... More >>

  • 30 Seconds With Astronautalis

    published Oct 19, 2011

    Rocks Off hitched a ride on a space whale in order to hook up with Andy Bothwell, also known as Astronautalis to see what we could learn about our biggest hope for rap in 30 seconds. Rocks Off: What ... More >>

  • Ten Merit Badges Girl Scouts Will Earn in the Apocalyptic Future
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    Ten Merit Badges Girl Scouts Will Earn in the Apocalyptic Future

    published Oct 19, 2011

    We were hanging around the Girl Scouts of America website... (Ed. Note: People may draw the wrong conclusion on that sentence, Jef. Author's Note: What? I wanted to know when they were going to be se... More >>

  • 5 Great Examples of Post-it Notes as Art

    published Oct 18, 2011

    Ever since Romy White and Michelle Weinberger invented the Post-it Note, it's gone on to be a staple of office supply. Quick and easy, they're the perfect place to jot down the quick reminder to pick ... More >>

  • Halloween Makeup Tips for the Non-Zombie
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    Halloween Makeup Tips for the Non-Zombie

    published Oct 18, 2011

    Many of you have already picked out your costume for Halloween and good for you. Personally we plan on carrying around a cardboard square with "YouTube" written on it, singing "Never Gonna Give You Up... More >>

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