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This playlist was a tough one to whittle down, but I eventually settled on the following selection of 66 songs, each from a different artist, ranging across a wide array of genres and moods. I arranged them into this very particular order that you see here, as a means of creating a good tonal ebb and flow, and also finding decent matches between the end of one song, and the beginning of the next. However, you can always play it on shuffle mode, and it ought to work just fine. I hope you enjoy...
If you were to be asked the question of what you believe is the best horror movie ever made, coming to an answer is far from a straightforward proposition, as the question is wide open to a lot of interpretation and subjectivity, with many different avenues of thought to take into account.
From literally the very first second of 2018's Between Worlds, upon sight of the basic-ass Times New Roman default font they chose for the main titles, the first thought that sprang to mind was:
Lexicography is a wonderful thing. The study of words and language, the strange and fascinating ways in which these words came to be, and how they have linguistically evolved over time, is a subject ripe for intellectual curiosity.
In recent years, the month of January has become synonymous with the widespread dreaded expectation of the major movie studios releasing their cheapest off-cuts, and likeliest critical duds, to die a quick death in the cinematic dumping ground that is the awkward winter period of post-Christmas/early-New Year/start-of-awards-season chaos.