Here's the weirdest films of the year, dudes!
Did you miss me bitches!?
Probably not, but I feel like I need to explain why I haven't been putting up new reviews on the site lately. Well, Dan and I left our life in London behind and started a new one of travel, joblessness and focussing on our passions. So while Dan is mostly working on RR, I still do stuff behind the scenes here, but I'm mainly trying to kickstart my career as a professional translator - not as easy as it sounds.
But I couldn't pass up on the opportunity of sharing with you my fave WTF flicks of 2019, so here they are...
No Virtue is a mature album, which this Canadian band from Ontario gave birth to in the US 6 years after their last EP and 10 from their debut album, Monolith.
Finally, after years of silence, on October 11th 2019, they managed to self-produce No Virtue with a more complex sound, a search for more modern and electronic melodies.
In March of this year Hear me Out was finally released. The first album by Reignwolf, a Canadian group from Saskatoon, which since 2012 has made itself known and appreciated for its live performances and the raw rock and blues sound in various festivals like Coachella or Lollapalooza, and opening concerts including those of Black Sabbath and Pixies.
Brothers Bennie and Josh Safdie give us what I believe will be the most refreshing crime thriller of 2017.
In a nutshell, two brothers botch a bank heist which results with the arrest of the younger. Robert Pattinson desperately seeks a way to get his sibling out. That was the pitch I got from the one preview I caught on my IG feed. Man, was I not prepared for the wicked ride that Good Time has in store.
"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.