Sound it Out

     |    Thursday June 11th, 2015  |     3

Heavy-Metal-Fans, Plattensammler oder Sixties- und Seventies-Nostalgiker, kurz: Musikliebhaber jeder Stilrichtung können in SOUND IT OUT im nordenglischen Stockton fündig werden. Der Plattenladen alter Prägung verkauft Vinyl-, Kassetten- oder CD-Tonträger und ist seit über einem Jahrzehnt ein Fixpunkt für Kunden, welche die rein kommerziell orientierten Medienmärkte oder den Online-Kauf ablehnen. Regisseurin Jeanie Finlay stellt die Betreiber 

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Andrew Horn’s Highly Anticipated Twisted Sister Rockumentary World Premieres at IDFA

     |    Friday November 21st, 2014

Almost seven years in the making, “We Are Twisted Fucking Sister!“ by acclaimed filmmaker and realeyz blogger Andrew Horn (“The Nomi Song”) will be unleashed onto a salivating world at the International Documentary Film Festival Amsterdam (IDFA) on November 23. Horn and Twisted Sister founding member Jay Jay French will be attending. In the spirit 

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Crowdfund This, Muthaf***er!

     |    Friday December 20th, 2013

Filmmaker (“Doomed Love”, “East Side Story”, “The Nomi Song“) and realeyz.tv blogger Andrew Horn is putting the finishing touches on his latest rockumentary, “We Are Twisting Fucking Sister!”. The shift in subject matter from the late 70s/early 80s New York Downtown arty new wave scene that engendered Klaus Nomi to the hard-working, hard-rocking metalheads from 

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Coming Attractions

     |    Monday August 19th, 2013

by Andrew Horn An important ingredient in filmmaking is just having the confidence that what you’re doing is in some way worthwhile. That you can do a good job, that it will be interesting and entertaining, and in the end reach an appreciative audience – even if not an Avengers sized audience. This is all 

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Roberto Blanco and Heavy Metal Band “Sodom”

     |    Sunday February 27th, 2011

Picture: Shadowgate on Flickr   Today, I actually wanted to write about the picture exhibition «Berliner Luft» that took place in Berlin until yesterday evening. Unfortunately, the doors were closed when I went there during opening hours, so I am not going to be able to write about it. I could see the pictures a little bit 

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