Just when I thought Di Caprio couldn’t do a better job than he did in Shutter Island, he proved me wrong. Inception. Damn. I need to see it again. This movie is something else…I urge you to go see it right now. If not sooner.
Archive for July, 2010
This Friday’s Atmosphere post comes a bit late as I’ve been busy yesterday which lead me to missing the deadline of the mentioned post. Sorry for that, but you know how it is…can’t be always on time, haha…but I’ll try not to let it happen again.
This is my blog and I post what the fuck I want.
Hmm…the middle of summer is upon us and I’m feeling like going on a road trip. A long one. Basically anywhere where mountains are. Oh yes!
It was 1984 when the world got introduced to Run-D.M.C. – widely considered as being the most influential group in hip-hop history and the ones that broke into the mainstream back in that era. Not only did they introduce everyone to their power style rhyming and rough beats but also started what we now know as hip-hop’s golden age. There is a whole lot to be said about the crew from Hollis, Queens and how many records they’ve set in the music industry, but the fact that pretty much everyone, including you, has heard of them or at least one of their songs…that by itself is saying enough.
Most people acknowledge Raising Hell as being their best album and no doubt it’s a great hip-hop record, but my personal favorite is their debut self-titled album from ’84.
It’s been said that science fiction and fantasy are two different things. Science fiction is the improbable made possible, fantasy – the impossible made probable. What would you have if you put these two different things together?
Probably something like this: