Went to see Slipknot in Budapest a few weeks ago. As expected a great show, but not quite as "wild and chaotic" as I expected it to be. I suppose things have changed since 2002. It was great to see one of my favorite bands live though and I would definitely like to see them again. I know they...
Birds of Prey: Much better than I was expecting. They took the best part of an awful movie and made a spin off which turned me around into enjoying this side of the DC universe. This film had, for the most part focus on what the film should be and actually had some interesting character...
I have made a top 10 films of 2019 list on my film blog if anyone wants to read it. I hope this is not too shameless! I just don't want to copy and paste it all onto here.
1: Return of the Jedi
2: Empire Strikes Back
4: The Force Awakens
5: Star Wars (New Hope)
6: Rise of the Skywalker
7: Revenge of the Sith
8: The Last Jedi
9: Rouge One
10: The Phantom Menace
12: Attack of the Clones
If we were to count "Clone Wars" that would be the worst for me. It...
Ready or Not:
Solid Horror/Comedy although the horror works better than the comedy. The film has a really fun not to serious but still bloody spooky vibe. While it might not be very orginal it is still entertaining throughout.
Wow. Loved this film. Not a huge fan of the...
Watched "It: Chapter 2"
I actually preferred it to the first a lot of people who I know disagree with. Enjoyable film overall but it does feel repetitive and it is too long at almost 3 hours.
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Went to see Crawl yesterday.
If you haven't heard of it Crawl is a disaster/horror film where a father and daughter are caught in Hurricane while they are being hunted by alligators. For the type of movie that it is, it does almost everything effectively. The set up is straight forward, maybe a...
10: Psycho (1960)
My favourite horror film. Really freaked my out when I was young and still continues to do so. Alfred Hitchcock is truly the master of supsense and this film is arguably the best evidence for that. I can't forgot to mention that iconic shower theme. This film was the first to...
Sorry for the double post.
1: Nevermind - Nirvana (Grunge/Alternative rock)
Yeah, I know I seem like a basic B***h, but it's iconic for a reason. It helped get Punk rock into the mainstream, with bands like Green Day, The Offspring and Rancid getting major record labels during the grunge hype...
A couple more...
* I think getting any tattoo is a bad idea.
* Never liked the Wild Mouse at Blackpool Pleasure Beach.
* I think the first Avengers film is mediocre at best.
* I love coffee flavored chocolate, the first thing I pick out from a selection box
Probably not a hot take, but
Saw Once Upon in Hollywood twice and yeah I feel the same way. As someone who has studied film, I liked some of the references, but to be honest that's what the film felt like, a collection of references the 60s and to the golden age of Hollywood. The chemistry between Leo and Brad was great...
I'm into filmmaking (directing and producing) and film studies.
I also getting more into music, such as musical theory and exploring music history and different scenes that were and are around.
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Made me cringe, but for the right reasons. While the film is very conventional (if you've seen the likes of misery, you'll know what I'm talking about) it is helped by Olivia Spencer wide eyed and surprisingly layed performance. Some parts were actually quite funny as well, depending on...
* Out of Labour and Conservative government I'd lean towards the latter with the way things are going , but I don't support them either. Just all a mess really.
* I'm love nu metal (Korn, Slipknot, SOAD) and third wave ska (No Doubt, Mad Caddies) . Apparently genres of music most people don't...