Category Archives: Reviews

Miley Cyrus and Her Dead Petz (Album, 2016)

You smoke pot, yeah, I love Beatz, simplicity in a mac produced beat, profound in stupidity… honest and simply– a masterpiece… To keep things short, this in my estimation is the greatest pop album of the last 20 years. Capturing … Continue reading

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Peter Rabbit (Film, 2017)

Well, seeing as former Birth.Movies.Death writers Devin Faraci and Film Crit Hulk are back on WordPress, I guess the time is ripe for a film review of my favorite film of 2017. Yeah, it took Sony and a children’s film to … Continue reading

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Review of Open to the Spirit

Open to the Spirit presents a lot of complex relationship ideas about what it is like to receive the gift of the Holy Spirit. Well researched and academic in tone, the book does a great job of exploring how the … Continue reading

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Review of The Book of Joe (Non-Fiction, 2017)

  Who knew Cool Joe could be so cool? So it goes, that the former Vice President of the United States Joe Biden gets his very own little book of wisdom, here collected in The Book of Joe by Jeff … Continue reading

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Review of I Believed Him (Book, 2017)

James L Hines is someone I’m not familiar with personally. But as I was given a free copy of this book to review for a friend, I felt it necessary to add my own two cents on what is sure … Continue reading

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Review of Keepers (Book, 2017)

Sacha Black is an author I became acquainted recently with when a spirit told to me start signing up for those annoying e-mail pop-ups that, well, pop-up when you click on the website.  Over the course of two months, I started … Continue reading

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A Father Son Rivalry — Review of the Build

I’ll just come right out and say it. Paul Teutul Jr. and His father have what many will call a father-son rivalry. Both believe they’re right, and yet we only get one side of the story. And here in The Build by … Continue reading

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