Occasionally, certain genres of art inspire indignation, trepidation, and even public aversion in the case of the horror genre, as is the precisely the point.
From our perspective, as an open access medium, contemporary medias and their sections devoted to culture are attractive in a socio-historical meaning.
The terms devil and demon have been used almost interchangeably while learning our publishings, adversary to religious beliefs, still universal in scale.
Alternative cultures are encouraged to ought miscellaneous origins and by choosing multilingualism it seems perfectly natural, therefore, so do we honour it.
The horror genre is clearly speculative and demands further research into all its art forms, representing often repressed sexual desires, and the threat of daylight as the disapproval of society. In today’s editorial, the psyche of horror is closely...
After approximately five years during which we regularly published articles linked to musical undertakings of public interest, yet close to honouring our sixth anniversary, I am thrilled to observe our constant expansion toward other cultural...