Taika Waititi is putting New Zealand on the map!...Again!
Hunt for the Wilderpeople is the newest film by Taika Waititi that we all know and love for gifting the world with the hilarious What We Do In The Shadows, where he contributed both behind the camera as the co-director, in front of the camera as vampire Viago and he also co-wrote it of course. Hunt for the Wilderpeople was adapted by Waititi for the big screen from the book Wild Pork and Watercress by Barry Crump, but put a funnier spin to it that what the paper version originally was, he also directed it and has a small cameo in it as a Minister (that based the sermon he's preaching on a real life event he witnessed).
King 810’s sophomore feature, La Petite Mort or a Conversation with God continues their trend of hard hitting and gritty Rap Metal.
Remember King 810? The 4 piece out of Flint Michigan who’s first album Memoirs of a Murderer I covered in April? Well, they’re back with their second musical offering La Petite Mort or a Conversation with God that continues the brutal sound and message of life in Flint, but it also branches out with King trying new styles to much success.
Gunn released the statement suggesting they’d “never make the same move twice and we’re always creating” La Petite Mort proves that King 810 ain’t talking shit and are true to their words.
I’ll start off by stating that it’s refreshing to see a reboot series of the legendary horror novels on basic television, and not be disappointed! On the contrary, I say The Exorcist is worthy of a Friday night audience.
Some people are saying A Day To Remember’s new album Bad Vibrations cements their place as the kings of metalcore. I say bullshit
I’m glad I finally got the chance to review A Day To Remember record, I’ve known of them for years but never really heard much of their stuff besides the singles that are all over the Rock and Metal airwaves here in the UK and to be fair most of the said singles are pretty decent and hard hitting.
I really don’t remember hating The Blair Witch Project so much the first time around.
Why did I watch this again? I guess it is true that you erase bad memories from your brain, but I really don’t remember hating The Blair Witch Project so much the first time around. I even went to the movies to see it when it came out in 1999, I think the reason was mainly because the found footage genre was basically new for my generation and a little part of me hoped these three idiots really did get lost in the woods somewhere in America.