After being bugged on social media for so long about doing some new Nine Inch Nails, Trent Reznor decided to silence his fans in the best way possible, by releasing 3 EPs in quick succession. Add Violence is the second in the line-up and is the perfect taste of what NIN is all about. Not that Trent has been sitting idly by all this time, he has made quite a name for himself in the film industry composing movie’s scores.
I trusted Bong Joon-ho to bring something interesting to the story that sounds just like vegan propaganda and a Free Willy mix.
I'm gonna be honest with you, watching a movie about a little girl and her big animal isn’t usually my idea of a good time, but I had to give Okja a chance, mainly because it was made by Bong Joon-ho, since I know he’s capable of awesome thrillers such as The Host and Mother, plus with a bunch of actors that I love are in the cast, I had faith in him bringing something interesting to the story that sounds just like vegan propaganda and a Free Willy mix. Fortunately I was very wrong... well actually wasn’t wrong at all.
GTA V is the game that just keeps on giving.
Grand Theft Auto V initially came out way back in 2013 with its online component following just two weeks later. But what sets GTA apart from other games series is the DLC’s (Down Loadable Content) are free and really fucking good.
Make sure you catch this on the big screen for the full WOW factor!
A few of you might not know, but Baby Driver has been in the making for a long time, in fact, Edgar Wright has been working since ’95 on what will turn out to be the coolest movie of this summer. The first time Wright got close to visualizing the concept was in 2002 while directing a Mint Royale music video for their track 'Blue Song', the video stars Nick Frost (Shaun of the Dead, Hot Fuzz) as a music loving getaway driver for a bunch of bank robbers. A clip from the video is also featured in the film when Baby is watching TV with his dad.
It's not SZA's vocals that makes her fascinating, but it's her penmanship and artistry.
TDE's only feminine flavour, SZA, has grown into her ultimate confortablility which was something we had missed on her previous project, Z. Throughout the project, SZA invites us listeners into her relationship life using the subtopics of being the side girl; only seeing her man on "the weekend", and glamourizing herself for her significant other, and feeling herself while doing so. It's not SZA's vocals that makes her fascinating as an artist, but it's her penmanship and artistry.