Kevin I. Slaughter reads Ben Hecht’s dedication from the book “Fantazius Mallare.” I really love Kevin’s effort to bring these gems back into the light of day (or, dark of night, take your pick). I honestly feel that he is doing a great service to these works, as a sort of cultural archivist, but one who shares with a receptive — or sometimes, frightened — audience. Please do yourselves a […]
My pal Joe and his wonderful house. A couple other friends also drop in. Enjoy!
Part 2 | Part 3 | Part 4 | Part 5 | Part 6 | Part 7 | Part 8 | Part 9 Kevin’s also currently pulled into quite the spate of media attention due to his posting of Norwegian terrorist, Behring Breivik’s “manifesto.” Even The New York Times is giving ol’ Kev the publicity.
“Faith may be defined briefly as an illogical belief in the occurrence of the improbable… A man full of faith is simply one who has lost (or never had) the capacity for clear and realistic thought. He is not a mere ass: he is actually ill.” – H.L. Mencken “Behold, I teach you the overman. The overman is the meaning of the earth. Let your will say: the overman shall […]
This episode brings you the audio from the lecture Robert Merciless and Kevin Slaughter gave at the University of Maryland on October 3rd of 2010 as part of the first SkeptiCamp DC. Much of the presentation is a discussion on their collaborative book release, The Sorceries and Scandals of Satan — a book many of my readers would be wise to purchase. I just listened to this episode yesterday and […]
from that Gausten kid: Dear Radio Free Satan listeners: On behalf of all the DJs at Radio Free Satan, I would like to thank each and every one of you for your continued support of the station. As an independent entity free from corporate oversight, we all work very hard to produce unique content that you simply can’t find anywhere else. From Bill M.’s long-running comedy show The Devil’s […]
from its Wikipedia entry: Krampus is a mythical creature. In various regions of the world – especially Austria and Hungary – it is believed that Krampus accompanies St. Nicholas during the Christmas season, warning and punishing bad children, in contrast to St. Nicholas, who gives gifts to good children. Due to German and Austrian influence, the myth of Krampus is also prevalent in Croatia, Slovakia, Slovenia and northern Italy. The […]
Getting the Evil Eye at the House of Netherworld and drinking insane concoctions from a giant skull mug in preparation for Halloween revelry. How chic!
from the official website: “You may ask, why the name Old Nick? Isn’t that another name for the devil? Well, yes it is, but we believe that every man has a little bit of the devil in him. It’s the naughty little boy spying under his teacher’s dress. It’s the adolescent prankster. It’s the silver tongued young stud charming the panties off of his girlfriend. It’s the still horny husband […]
In addition to this being Purging Talon‘s 17th Birthday, it is also my favorite holiday of the year, and I am celebrating it in a dark abode with many friends and in the grandest fashion possible. I wish all of my closest friends and associates who could not join us a wickedly wonderful Halloween. After all, it’s our night.
Now available is the second half of Kevin Slaughter’s interview with Robert Merciless (Part 1, available here), the author of the foreword to Underworld Amusements’ new release, The Sorceries and Scandals of Satan, written by Henry M. Tichenor and published in 1917. Ebook editions are now available in both the Amazon.com Kindle Store and the Barnes and Noble Nook Store. Also find UA at… facebook.com/underworldamusements youtube.com/UnderworldAmusements