Oh boy, what a sucker of a month for movies it has been. I don’t know if I was just out of luck or if I indeed have a very…
Geek, Weeb, Metalhead, Tuba Player & Couchpotato. That pretty much sums me up. Although some people also call me 'Party', 'Gargamel' and 'The Listmaster'. Anyhow, that's me, 36 years old and crazy enough to write about all kinds of crap. My music taste you ask? That's simple: True Skaro Wookie-Fronted Klingon Metal. As long as it's loud.
Rock and geek on!
A little while ago I picked up a blu-ray from the bin with dodgy movies in a local store that had an interesting cover. After watching it and reading about it, I learned that it was from a company called Hammer Film Productions. A new love was born.
Not every movie deserves a full review, so below is the list of other stuff I watched this past month.
Boy did I have a blast with this one. I’ve always have a weakness for stories telling about a dystopian future, but most movies always fall short trying to bring them alive on the big screen. Seven Sisters is a welcome exception.
A change for once. No big list of all the music and movies I consumed the last year as a sort of “closing statement” for the year 2017. But a simple, short, look back.
Usually I tend to stick to the more awful old movies, as you might have guessed from previous reviews. But today I made an exception and watched what some might call a classic of epic proportions, The Vikings.
Normally I quite enjoy a horror movie exploring the occult, but oh boy, was I wrong selecting The Black Room when Netflix recommended it.
True, the title me be a little bit clickbait. But today’s news articles on various tech sites made me cringe once again. To start off, I’m trying to cut the cord and I love to consume media, be it movies, TV shows, music and books. And I’m more than happy to pay for it given that the pricing is reasonable. But, here we go…
Who would have guessed that behind a movie with the title “The Earth Dies Screaming” sits a hidden gem. To start, yes, the acting is horrible, and the effects of the budgetary constrains are more than obvious. But aside from that this movie has some aces up its sleeve.