I’m going to keep it short, sweet and simple for this new release album by Blacklisted for a number of reasons. First, it’s because I’ve only recently discovered this Philadelphia-based hardcore band. Second, I’ve only listened to the entire tracks in the last 3 days. Third, short and simple – but most definitely not sweet – are what “When People Grow, People Go” represents for the band and the genre. Continue reading “Back to Basic With Blacklisted’s “When People Grow, People Go””
I admit, the only reason I watch White Bird In a Blizzard is – of course – for Shailene Woodley, an up-and-coming young starlet that gain recognition for her breakthrough performance in The Spectacular Now (2013) and Divergent (2014). She is truly a babe, and what’s even more scrumptious is that she’s not shy from nude or intimate scenes. In fact, you’ll find a number of those in this novel adaptation movie. Continue reading ““White Bird In a Blizzard”, As Long As There’s Shailene”
Dolls in general are creepy, but my recent discovery that you probably already know is just frightening. Hours ago, a long-lost New York friend Waty N. Escoto posted a Facebook status, “has anyone heard of reborn baby dolls?” that grabbed my curiosity. The name itself sounded a bit off and odd that I just needed to find out more because I really don’t know. Continue reading “Reborn Baby Dolls Are Just Too Creepy”
The first time I heard of Code Orange – formerly known as Code Orange Kids – and listened to their 2012 debut album “Love is Love//Return To Dust”, I thought “Am I too old for this?” Continue reading “Code Orange’s “I am King” Is Ferociously Raw”
The Woman in Black sequel generally did not receive positive review from nearly all critics, as far as I know. The ratings are mostly below average, and I suppose they’re not wrong either. Continue reading “Woman In Black 2: Angel of Death. Oh, She’s Cute.”
Here’s a clip that’s been quite getting the attention in the internet; a footage of Fox News questioning historian Reza Aslan – who happens to be a muslim – about his latest book “Zealot: The Life and Times of Jesus Nazareth.” One would assume a professional anchor would rather discuss the context of the book, but however, Fox News decided to persistently question why a muslim would write about the history of Jesus, as if the historian has committed a major crime of hidden agendas.
New Era have partnered up with the Andy Warhol Foundation for a summer collection of both snapback and fitted caps. The collection features variations of Warhol’s psychedelic camouflage pattern inscribed with unique Andy Warhol quotes on the sweatband. Although I am not a big fan of bright colors or even Andy Warhol, but the collaboration is an impressive step by New Era as the trendsetter of caps and culture.