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Ramone

Ramone grew up on the rough and tough streets of Detroit (well, the rich suburbs) where he got his feet wet at his local high school’s radio station, WBLD at West Bloomfield High School in West Bloomfield, MI.  From there, he went on to attend WesternMichiganUniversity.  After interning for The Rocker Morning Show for a year, Ramone finally got his break doing weekends, nights, and is now currently holding down the mid-day madness 10am-3pmshift.  Ramone spends most of his time listening to 80′s Metal and 70′s Punk.  The rest of his time is spent spending his hard earned money on his lovely wife, Jamie.  On top of that, he also plays guitar and enjoys a good ol’ fashion grindhouse splatter flick.

Schedule

M-F 10:00 am - 3:00 pm
Su 2:00 pm - 7:00 pm

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Day 31: Halloween [Horror Film Review]

Surprise, surprise.  Day 31 is Halloween.  But this shouldn't surprise anyone, because John Carpenter's Halloween really is the quintessential Halloween movie.  Not only is it the perfect movie to watch during the Halloween season, but it really is the movie that kicked off the whole slasher genre

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Day 30: Bride of Frankenstein [Horror Film Review]

The Bride of Frankenstein is the greatest horror movie of all time, and I will fight you if you disagree with me.

Taking place immediately after the events of the first film.  Henry Frankenstein is in bed with his wife trying to recover from his crazy night of monster battling, when Dr

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Ramone Talks with Pentagram Frontman, Bobby Liebling

On Saturday, October 25, 2014, I was invited onto Pentagram's tour bus to chat with living legend, Bobby Liebling.  There's a tremendous documentary out about Bobby called "Last Days Here" that I c

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Day 29: Fright Night [Horror Film Review]

Vampires really don't get the love they deserve.  And I say that because there are a lot of really awful vampire films out there.  Take Twilight for example.  What the hell is this "glittering in the sunlight" bullsh*t?  Vampires shouldn't be loved by teenagers, they should be feared!  Vampires are creatures of the night who feed on the living and infect small towns with their evil seeds!  And the best example of this is Fright Night

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Day 28: Rocky Horror Picture Show [Horror Film Review]

For the most part, Halloween movies are labeled as horror films.  Hey, there's nothing wrong with that; we love to be scared during the Halloween season, which is why we watch horror films and visit haunted houses

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Day 27: The Texas Chainsaw Massacre [Horror Film Review]

"Who will survive, and what will be left of them?"

About a week into these blogs, I wrote out a list of all the movies I was going to blog about, that way I didn't have to spend half the day thinking about it

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Day 26: Abbott and Costello Meet Frankenstein [Horror Film Review]

The king of horror comedies, Abbott and Costello Meet Frankenstein is funny when it's supposed to be funny, and scary when it's supposed to be scary.  And let me tell you, the funny parts are really funny.  So wh

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Day 25: The Thing [Horror Film Review]

John Carpenter rules.  Period.  Let's look at his resume real quick; Halloween, Escape From New York, The Fog, Big Trouble in Little China, and the mother f$*@ing Thing!  In my book, the Thing has everything; great special effects, great acting, great characters, great atmosphere, and the most important thing in a horror movie, it's scary

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Day 24: Pit and the Pendulum [Horror Film Review]

The Pit and the Pendulum is one of the 7,000 movies Roger Corman directed that was "adapted" from an Edgar Allen Poe story and starred Vincent Price.  I use the word "adapted" loosely because all Roger Corman did was use the title of an Edgar Allen Poe story to help promote the film (we call this exploitation, boys and girls)

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Day 23: The Monster Squad [Horror Film Review]

The Monster Squad is like the Goonies, but with monsters!  And truthfully, I think it's better than the Goonies.  The Monster Squad has monsters, the Goonies has some fat kid who likes to shake his gut for his friends

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