Brother Metal’s “Misteri” – Album Review

Father Cesare Bonizzi, O.F.M. Cap. (Order of Friars Minor Capuchin) is a Italian friar who is also known as Frate Cesare and arguably better known to the wider English speaking world as Fratello Metallo (Italian: “Brother Metal”), which is also the name of his band.

Yep, this Capuchin friar is the lead singer of a heavy metal band that bears his nickname.

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The Elder Scrolls IV: Oblivion – Hidden Bosses

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Bethesda’s Oblivion is their fourth instalment in their popular and three time Game of the Year award wining series called The Elder Scrolls. Now Oblivion has been available worldwide since March 2006 and with its DLC expansions Knights of the Nine (2006) and Shivering Isles (2007) being released not long after.

So it can be safely assumed that most people have played and completed the game, which does leave the simple question of…What now?

What do you do post-game, well here is a little suggestion, tackle the optional and bonus hidden bosses.

So lets introduce the three hidden bonus bosses of Oblivion.

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Lindemann’s “Skills in Pills” – Album Review

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Skills In Pills is the debut studio album by the band Lindemann, a European supergroup composed of German vocalist Till Lindemann (Rammstein) and Swedish multi-instrumentalist Peter Tägtgren (Hypocrisy and PAIN), it was released on 22nd June 2015 by Warner Music Group.

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Fallout: New Vegas – Legionnaire Ron Perlman

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The American actor Ron Perlman is famous among video gamers for his voice work most commonly as the Narrator for the Fallout Series, since the start with Fallout in 1997 to the most recent instalment of Fallout 4 in 2015.

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The Expendabros – Game Review

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On 5th August 2014, Free Lives Games released The Expendabros on Steam for free and was available until the 31st December 2014. It was envisioned by D. Gray Edwards, a Digital Creative in the Theatrical Film Marketing department of Lions Gate Entertainment Corporation, as an advertising companion for the 2014 film The Expendables 3.

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Bedlam, Crazy Bedlam

Here is an old short-story I wrote for Horror Homework, as part of their March Art Contest with Clive Barker.

I was lucky enough to have my submission chosen among the finalists, which was pretty cool.

If you follow this link you can see all the other cool stuff that people did for the contest, my story is also there and its a part of this post if you click ‘Read More’.

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“A Rose By Any Other Name Would Smell As Sweet”

So, I had to do a creative adaptation a wee bit ago as part of my coursework. Since I now have the mark for it, I thought I would put the creative piece up here (no one wants an essay). Out of all the creative pieces I ended up doing for this particular act and scene, this was the most PG. I might put the more explicit versions up at some point.

As you can see, my adaptation followed Queer Theory. So if LGBT+ stuff is not your cup of tea, you probably are going to want to give this a miss.

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Cadaver Reflection

This was something I scribbled down quite a while ago, it was part of a competition I entered a while back that focused on the theme of body image.

So, I though it best to put a warning that this story does centre on a horribly distorted body image with elements of an eating disorder. So, if this is something you may find uncomfortable or distressing, then you may want to give this a miss.

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It’s The Little Things

I have never really been much of a traditional romance writer, it just happens to be a genre I struggle with as most of my characters tend to possess traits that are generally unassociated with it.

I’m pretty sure the only experience I have with romance writing is with the game Shelf Life: A Maize-Based Love Story, for which I did some of the writing alongside a group of pretty cool people.

Still, here is a little something I scribbled a while back for a contest that wanted slight twists on traditional romantic fiction.

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The Echoed Lay of Narcissus

So, this is a written piece I did for The Student Wordsmith’s literary journal, The Purple Breakfast Review. It was for their 4th publication and had to be themed around ‘Echoes’, reading at exactly 1000 words in length.

 

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