another album getting all up in my ears
iamdonald: Rolling in the Deep (Jamie xx Shuffle) ft. Childish Gambino - Jamie xx You can download it by going HERE. I know this is from like ages ago now, but this weekend I’ve also been listening to Adele’s new album 21 lots, and it’s a stunning album, check it out if you haven’t already, but loads have it’s all like top of the charts and things. This...
Three-Piece Suits are just prefection.
tamaralong: Men’s suit appreciation post. I want that suit, just want to be wearing it like now. Also saw an odd proportion of penises considering I was searching ‘suits’….
This quiet British comedy is exactly that: quiet. It did have a kinda ensemble cast, I’m not saying that as fact, but as I recognised most of the faces in the film, in that kind of ‘what was he in?’ kind of way. I guess some people out there have a somewhat narrow view of the country as a place where it’s kind of dull so all we do is fuck each other, I guess I’ve...
Five Pound Films: Cop Out
Okay so a while back I saw this film on sale in Tesco for a fiver, and an idea was born; be a cheapskate and only buy film that are five pounds or less, then there was no way I could lose, hopefully. So here we go with Cop Out a film from ages ago that no one saw, mostly because everyone assume Kevin Smith’s involvement in it would make it Clerks with guns, silly people. That being said he did...
Just saw the ad for this movie… Which CuntingFuck allowed these people to completely rip off Finding Nemo, I am genuinely that angry about this.
texturism: fake empire [the national cover] |...
This is possibly one of the funniest things I have ever watched, and I’ve watched it over and over.
Disney’s 50th film is a retelling of the Rapunzel story, and I’ll say it right out, it’s great. It looked wonderful, (didn’t see it in 3D so nevermind that) liked the cast, (It had Chuck and some girl that I like in a couple episodes of Scrubs in it.) and the songs were okay, I say this as someone who likes musicals, but I’m usually hard on Disney songs but I...
Resident Evil Afterlife
A couple of weeks ago when bored I checked this out with low expectations and this still managed to scrape the bar while pass clumsy through. The film very loosely references the Resident Evil universe the same way I reference Bellagio’s fountain when I’m taking a wiz. The characters are gash yes they are from the RE universe but they are thrown in with any development and without playing the...
I think I need a sudonym, or an alter-ego to keep the anonymity of this blog.– It’s not about me, it’s about what I say.
An issue or two ago of the paper I wrote this piece about Glee to coincide with the British broadcasting, and keep in mind that it was written around the time of the third episode being shown: So it’s that time of year again, with January comes the return of the relentlessly positive Glee, and its wonderful message of ‘it doesn’t matter that you’re a social outcast, because you’re attractive and...
Review: Deadspace 2
In the sequel to 2008’s Deadspace we return to Isaac Clarke three years after the events on board of the Ishamura and quite realistically after what took place there he’s gone a bit mental. Things begin in a hospital on Saturn’s moon, Titan, and rather than helping, shady doctors have been abusing patients to gain information about the markers (long story, look it up) because doing the right...