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The Exorcist

[#304]

  • Postcard/DVDs

    [Note: They say after this movie came out church attendance sky-rocketed. How so very pathetic. Cool movie though. The version released in recent years, the one they marketed as 'The version you've never seen', was great. Some of the scenes they cut because they were too shocking in the 70's are the best. The scene where Regan, the little girl possessed, crawling down the stairs, legs bent like a grasshopper, was especially cool and disturbing. Part two was forgettable, yet decent, but part three was very cool. All the other recent releases avoid. The last DVD below 'In the Grip of Evil' is a documentary about the case that inspired the film Exorcist.]


    [#305]

  • Letter #9

    [Note: Here's another example of a handful of letters we received back in 1998/99 after Mourning the Ancient images were mistakenly published in a 'zine of the day, The Grimoire. To see a scan and read a little bit more about it click here.

    uh...
    I think this is from the kid's friend from the last letter. At least this guy is neat, using white-out and all. Once. Hehe... Very strange that after five scribbled out words he finally, on his sixth, uses white-out. Where do these people come from?!]


    Ordo Equitum Solis

    [#306]

  • CD/envelope

    [Note: Getting a package with a new CD from one of your all-time favorite bands is a great thing.]


    Elegy Records

    [#307]

  • Advertisement poster/postcard

    [Note: The Incantation release pictured here, 'Tribute to the Goat' promises that the first 666 copies come smeared in goat's blood. If this is true, I wonder who did the honors of sitting there and smearing goat's blood on 666 CDs? Kinda gross if you ask me... Yet, I still want one! Haha...]

    [Below: An Elegy Records postcard advertising Warhead and Evoken CDs]


    BUIO OMEGA/Barcode flag

    [#308]

  • Stickers

    [Note: These two stickers are unrelated, besides the fact I don't have much to say about either. Great concept on the flag though!]


    Psicoterror

    [#309]

  • Flyer

    [Note: Never seen this mag, but the picture is cool.]


    Hell on Earth

    [#310]

  • DVD

    [Note: This contains a mountain of crappy bands.
    Dio and Holy Diver live and an Iron Maiden Number of the Beast feature barely save this DVD from the trash can.
    Ronnie James Dio even tells a story of when he saw a UFO...]

    [Below: More Hell of Earth, this time via Manowar. Hoe I - IV? WTF?]

    [Below: Manowar Hell of Earth European promotional DVDs]


    Bastard Saints

    [#311]

  • Flyer

    [Note: 'Hanged for a Blessed Masturbation'... Damn it, I was going to use that name in the future. Hehe...]


    Jack the Ripper Comic Book

    [#312]

  • 'Zine comic

    [Note: As you can see, this is some very strange stuff... I received this from Mexico back in 1999, although it had a California return address. Well, now that I think about it, what's the difference? Mexicans are now the majority of the population there. Our largest state. Crazy. CRAZY.]


    Urban Legends

    [#313]

  • Flyer

    [Note: Do people actually believe these stupid urban legends? Let's see, what other dumb urban legends have I heard... How about the one where someone flashed their car headlights at another driver, whose lights were off (it's night time), and the occupants of the car without their headlights on shot the other car. Turns out it was full of gang members who were about to do a drive-by. So stupid... so people were afraid to flash their lights for a while. Let's see, what else have I heard... oh, how about the one where thousands of priests go around molesting children and the Vatican knows about it and hides it? And even after hundreds of them are caught people are so stupid they still go to church in droves. Oops, guess that one is true!]


    Hixi

    [#314]

  • Demo cassette/envelope

    [Note: Here was a cool black metal band from Italy. We interviewed them long ago...]


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