Boston native, Jayme Karales, took his girlfriend and video camera to the Boston’s Free Speech Rally
Boston native, Jayme Karales, took his girlfriend and video camera to the Boston’s Free Speech Rally
Heated debate about Charlottesville, Trump, and Global Terrorism, Antifa, and basic bitch patriotism
The 63 year old grandfather could not be reached for commentary, but sources say he can’t wait to drink highballs while spending time with his grandchildren.
“In the 1980s and 90s photocopied, or Xeroxed, zines were very popular.”
“These stories get under your skin.”
Sometimes game developers manage to obtain licenses, and create entries into these franchises, which effectively serve as the next film in the series
“Was it the latent sexuality of Fukunaga’s script that pushed Warner Bros away, or the Lovecraftian aspects that made it too abstract?”
“Palahniuk is himself a member of the Cacophony Society.”
“There was the summer my friends and I saw this kid pee on his parent’s car.”
“I think I was smoking a cigar.”
“You have been very critical of anthologies paying in signed photographs. Why do you hate photography, Max?”
“I will recommend 5 books to prepare Martin Shkreli for his time in prison.”
“She looked at me, my tiny jeans falling off of my concave stomach, and then wrote in my copy of the book, “Baby Steps.”
“There is the bizarre, there is the stupid, and somewhere in between those two things is Uncle Rich.”
An intensely moving tale of survival and madness along the river’s edge.
Everyone’s favorite pharmacy bro and rare record collector is getting sent to jail
Part Pavement, part the xx, and part L7
“The panels ooze with demented sexuality, brutality and, uh, eyeball licking.”
“I think of the times I’ve cragged my legless body across razorwire, skin sloughing off as the napalm digs into me.”
CLASH correspondent, art critic/therapy practitioner, and meek serial killer interviews cult writer Justin Grimbol.
“Your father has a devil inside him.”
“How cool would it be if you actually got Cher to do a poetry zine for one of the Ladybox releases?”
We we’re already a fan of Mike Lombardo’s for his humor and his horror films. Now we are a fan of his comics.
Testa Di Cazzo is getting a divorce.
Yo, this is creepy and gory. So if that is not is your thing, don’t click play. If it is your thing–your welcome.
“It seems that Marvel Studios learned fast to pay it forward.”
“Then somebody, I don’t remember who, started playing “I Wanna Be Your Dog” by The Stooges.”
“Come to Vegas and we can go to karaoke.”
“10/10 would chat again”
“We’re a bunch of slanted-eyed brown girls watching wide-eyed white girls being chased by a killer.”
“A man lives with a parasite in him.”
“It felt much more like a conversation than a sort of performance of me-ness.”
“Actually, I’m a Pisces. A sad, aging emo boy in a sad, aging emo world.”
“We all smelled bad and dressed sloppy acted like we hated the place.”
Proud Boy Magazine production director, Pawl Bazile, and Bizarro author and punk, Jeff Burk, go head to head in a debate.
This episode gets a 5 out of 5 for campy sexy time.
“My friends were all hood rats.”
Homesick for Another World is a collection of stories about people who are disengaged—from themselves, from their surroundings—and the far-reaching ways they seek out coping through destruction.
“Dreams are often a strange equalizer.”
GLOW had me hooked immediately and Nash and Maron are just supporting characters.
“Being on this podcast made me feel like I fell into some weird Loony Tunes wormhole.”
“I felt okay about being charmless. I was going to eat ice-cream.”
When horror authors get big press distribution, it always exciting news. Two books are out today and both of them look awesome.
“I was a religious little boy and thought Guns N’ Roses were nothing but sinners and going to hell.”
“Genre or Literary Fiction, NYC or MFA, Indie or Mainstream, Denis Johnson was beloved. “
“I can’t untangle my queerness from my politics or my magickal practice.”
“Bet it feels good to smash up a toilet.”
“I picture myself as Lena Dunham with a beard.”
“When I finally decided to quit drinking I had anxiety about being alone.”
“I want to make shit happen.”
“No vampires, werewolves, and certainly no witches.”
“I am honored to play the role of Lieutenant Olivia Benson on SVU”
“I fought so long to plant a flag in something that never should have been disputed territory.”
“The anti-Trump juggler was the best.”
MAGIC HAPPENS EVERY DAY
“I have a firm belief that sacred cows make the best hamburgers.”
“You’ll be grateful for the nightmares.”
Come As You Are to Kurthulhu
“Every human being gets addicted to something.’
“If you expend so much effort into being what other people desire it’ll leave you feeling empty.”
“Once he jumped on me while I was humping my pillow.”
Enter the Goodreads Giveaway and get the e-book for 99 cents.
“In this episode the boys cover everything Syria — the missile strike on their airbase, the refugees, and everything in between. Predictably, the conversation results in a debate. How exciting!”
“You can’t study comedy; it’s within you. It’s a personality. My humor is an attitude.”
“BRUJA is a fluid, non-linear, and organic experience.”
“I visit old people in their homes and help them with daily tasks, like cooking and cleaning and bathing.”
“Tragedy Queens is an anthology that brings together two powerful muses.”
“My heart is a dumpster fire.”
“Guests Garrett Schuelke and Zach Elmblad join the roster and catch up on current events in this two part episode.”
“Spring Breakers and Gummo specifically pop to mind.”
“I first saw Mother’s Day when I was thirteen.”
“I am compelled to tell stories.”
“Basically, Elizabeth Ellen should win the Pulitzer Prize and then immediately be beaten to death with it because she’s so good, so human, so completely fucked.”
“My personal favorite character is a talking bathroom that literally fucks Kyle.”
“Bizarro is the Chaos Magick of literature.”
“THE DARK NET!!! It’s spooky, scary, and contains plenty of things that are quite illegal.”
“I dreamt about Lola at night.”
After a year hiatus from The Passion of the Christoph Podcast, Christoph returns for a solo show
“If you ever bring a black man home, I’m throwing you through that window.”
“Lots of arguing and political talk. I’m sure you aren’t very used to that…”
“We loved Kerouac’s Mexico City Blues and Enzo wanted to read the whole book out loud. It took a long time because we got very drunk.”
“You made all of this happen with your book,” one Twitter user scolded me.”
“I had the image of me eating my heart but it was cake instead of my actual heart.”
“We’re saddened to announce that we lost a member of the CLASH family this week. Author and CLASH journalist Michael Kindt (April 14th, 1968 – February 21st, 2017) passed away unexpectedly at the age of 48.”
“Pure filthy chatter and politics.”
“What does it mean to survive?”
“Imagine if Raymond Chandler or Dashiell Hammett wrote about talking chickens and anthropomorphic eggs in muumuus.”
“I can already see the glazed over eyes of anyone who dares read this shit.”
“Titles such as Wall of Kiss, Mother Puncher, and Suicide Girls in the Afterlife grab your attention and make you wonder what kind of madness unfolds within those pages.”
“Old gods lurk behind the stars, old loves linger on from Earth, and Mars ain’t the kind of place to raise your kids.”
“Imagine watching your ten-year old drawing chainsaw dicks.”
“We live in a time that fetishizes 80s popular culture, so wouldn’t it be rad if you developed a vaginal opening on your stomach that supports Betamax tapes?”
“The latest episode of the CLASH Media original podcast…”
“Here we go, another round of the Pizza Party…”
“Godzilla helped give me my moral compass.”
“Somewhere in between Donald Trump’s attacks on immigrants and his comments about pussy-grabbing, it became clear that public demonstrations and marches were going to become a regular part of my life.”
“I just chose the gutter to dwell in, and with what the world seems to be moving into, I think it’s a perfect place to assess and judge it.”
“A brand new episode of the CLASH exclusive podcast this week features a notable bizarro author…”
“This week the boys are talking to filmmaker Jacob A. Miller about Hollywood liberalism, Meryl Streep’s Golden Globe speech, Donald Trump’s potential pee fetish, Bryan Singer’s alleged pedophilic sex parties, and then they debate the best performances of actors playing mentally challenged characters.”
Danger Slater is a Bizarro writer who uses surrealism, dark humor, and a healthy dose of existential angst to create his stories.
“I do not control people’s boner.”
“Social justice, alt-right, and conspiracy theories… what more could you ask for out of a political podcast?”
CLASH Media catches up with Constance Ann Fitzgerald and talks about her new book, Glue.
“Violence, vendettas, and vaporware. These are the hallmarks of the revenge thriller known as ROTTEN.”
“I kinda wanna feel like I am being possessed by the ghost of Jackie O. I wanna feel like she’s talking to me and I wanna get kinda creeped out and tripped out about that.”
““Platform Edge” is an urban-surreal nightmare comedy centering around
the deranged, demented and disastrous lives of two wayward housemates.”
“Here are five cult Christmas films sure to bring something akin to holiday cheer to the perverts and creeps among us.”
“Whether you think Christmas is shit or Christmas is the shit, when you are Catalan, your Christmas is going to be full of shit. And I mean literally. And no, it doesn’t get that dirty (usually).”
“Here are the writers that brought the mother fucking ruckus…”
“John Podesta’s Pizza Party is a comedic culture and politics podcast covering current events in life, the media, and government.”
“Amongst his many deific duties, Murray plays poet and maharishi to the various extraterrestrial corporate entities that run our universe. He keeps them merciful.”
“Entertain us with your Christmas traditions and recollections.”
Over 200 Bizarro Fiction ebooks for 99 cents.
And then she dies.
End of story.
Well, not really.
“Our nation is a cracked mirror. You stare into the glass, hoping to find solace, but you are delivered more cracks.”
“What a surreal time to be alive in all the history of the world and be who I am.”
“I still have the yellowed newspaper clipping, the piece of evidence, and the skull wrapped up in an old box in the back of my personal files.”
“Platform Edge” is an urban-surreal nightmare comedy centering around the deranged, demented and disastrous lives of two wayward housemates.”
“The first entry in the throwback mystery saga, starring Thomas Speed, Ivana Bellorado, and Mike Mike, written by Joel Amat Güell and Jayme Karales, and directed by Jayme Karales, is now online.”
“The first entry in the crime trinity, starring Thomas Speed, Ivana Bellorado, and Mike Mike, written by Joel Amat Güell and Jayme Karales, and directed by Jayme Karales, is now online. “
“I just hope you like the color red.”
“To support his claims to well endowed-ness, Donald J Trump attempted to have a bigger dick, tattooed on his dick.”
“Not recommended for: novice trippers, Reagan Republicrats, copywriters with ideals intact (both of you), nor especially RayBan-wearing dictators.”
“I try to meditate on talking bats and planets made of chocolate as much as possible, so that my ratio of bizarre to boring will tip further into the strange.”
“Guaranteed to give you and your potential lay the weirdest boners imaginable, lady or otherwise.”
“This movie is like CALVAIRE, but funnier. It’s completely absurd and surreal.”
“Escaped psychopaths? Check. Teenaged babysitters? Check. Buckets of blood? Check. Yet some of the films on the following list also offer plots that at least try to bring something different to the table.”
“Maybe New Orleans is like a drug, an opium-induced dreamspace.”
“you not rrrh rot
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n dot chi cot n dot rrr ah
dot dot ki o ma gri a dot
dot ers a pa ta ko”
“Sometimes the strange, the ugly, the grotesque and the frightful come together and form something truly amazing.”
“I’ll never forget our one and only encounter with the real life Dolemite.”
“In the mid 1970s, record stores and radio stations around the country started receiving copies of a 12-inch single.”
“Occult horror blends with giallo-type murders into an unforgettable artistic nightmare.”
“The first reported incident of death caused by the soda was in January of 2011.”
“That’s not your face.”
“NO LITTLE BITCHES!”
“Cher glides with the grace of an ovulating swan and the purity of the Virgin Mary!”
“CLASH wants your creepy stories!”
“So. I’ll just say it. Elves. Is it true that you all really believe in them?”
“Hey, so I was wonderin’, do you think I can maybe get backstage?”
“There will always be people better than you. Some of them will always be better than you. Some are so far ahead that you can’t possibly hold a candle to them.”
Atlanta is for us.
It shows what it is to be young, gifted, broke, and most importantly, Black.
“Fight Club is a story of a man’s journey to finally being able to commit to a woman”