The month of June has not been that great for EMZT Radio. So, I am taking a moment or two to explain what is going on. Bane has a family issue, and please keep her in your thoughts, she’s going through a VERY rough time. To respect her privacy, I won’t go to detail here, but if she wants to talk with you about it, you can ask her.
As for me, June is never an easy time. The day after Father’s Day is the remembrance of my best friend’s suicide. It’s never been easy for me, even 14 years later. It still hurts, and that wound is very slow to heal. So, there are times where I am beyond depressed, this mixed in with bipolar disorder is never a good mix. There comes times where I don’t even want to be alive. It’s an every day struggle.
We are sorry for the lack of podcasts this month, but life gets in the way on occasion. We both have “real” jobs, which makes our scheduling insane. We love all of you, and please remember, if you’ve ever been in the show, or you listen to the show on the regular, you are not just listeners or subjects of interviews, you are real friends, hell, most of you are family to us.
We just want to thank you for your paitence during this time, and we are working to have so many people in the show.
This week’s Indie Spotlight Monday belongs to The Last. It’s an interesting film that chronicles a man’s last days on Earth. From the Indiegogo:
A terminally ill man spends his last days coping with death and struggles to undo his past sins. While headed to a remote location he stumbles upon a woman. The two become stranded hundreds of miles from civilization. Secrets and lies quickly force them to be suspicious of each other’s intentions. They soon discover that they are not alone. Something dark lives in the woods. Something not human and when it arrives there will be no survivors in its wake.
This movie is aimed for those who love The Evil Dead franchise. Check this one out, it looks like it could be a great one.
FEED THE BLACK , a short silent film by Klayton Dean, is an amazing almost psychedelic voyage into the other side when a young woman kills herself because of her overwhelming grief of her mother passing away..
The eerie, creepy music does drive the viewer to stay in their seat to give their full 100% attention to watch the film. It’s hard to look away with the music keeping you locked into watch this film.
The film starts off in bright colors before the girl dies and then after she wakes up after dying, the colors are more muted and very dreamlike quality, with overlapping occult and religious images that freak you out a bit as they flash in your face, to keep you off balance and unsure of what will happen next and you can almost feel the confusion of the girl as she travels deeper into this mysterious realm..
The scenery and locations around the remote areas of UK are beautiful and give the film even more ominous feeling to this unknown journey in death.
it is 32 mins of sadness, wonder, confusion, fear and mystery..
i recommend that you all watch this amazing work, it’s worth the time and you can see the incredible talent of a director who takes film making to a very different level!
If you haven’t noticed, I have a bit of an issue with my temper. When I get passionate about something, it becomes hard to control. Well, there’s other things, but that’s not what this column is about. For the record, I don’t hit people.