Stephen King is, without a doubt, the father of modern horror.
His literary collection is made up of over 60 novels and hundreds of short stories, but there’s one book you can’t find on the shelves anymore. Rage, a novel King drafted during his high school years, was published under the Richard Bachman pseudonym in 1977 and later bound as one quarter of The Bachman Books. Twenty years after its debut, King pulled the book from print, leaving a finite number of copies to float amongst fans and local libraries.
Like several of his other novels, Rage takes a hard…
On February 1, 2021 — two years after her testimony before Congress — Evan Rachel Wood publicly named Marilyn Manson as her abuser. While many fans had already made this connection, her public declaration spread across the internet like wildfire, and the media finally has something to say.
A quick Google search of Manson now yields pages upon pages of outrage, but my question is: where was this outrage before?
Manson's history of mistreating women isn't anything new.
In fact, he's been proudly boasting about it for 23 years.
With the help of author and journalist Neil Strauss, Marilyn…
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