Three things I don’t particularly like and aren’t a fan of: nepotism, the noughties, and Cash Money Records. But, as Charles Dickens wrote (and Justin Bieber later bastardised): “Never Say Never”. Cory Gunz is the son of Bronx rapper Peter Gunz, he had a burgeoning career during the […]
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Bug is a film that’s very underrated and even underexposed. Directed by William Friedkin, this isn’t one of his most famous movies, despite being one of Friedkin’s most original and memorable offerings. This is a film about paranoia, and how existing in an echo-chamber is detrimental to someone’s […]
His House is a supernatural horror-drama written and directed by Remi Weekes about two asylum seekers who make it to the UK only to be confronted by spirits and apparitions. This film is described online as “a couple from war-torn South Sudan seek asylum and a fresh start […]
D Double E is back with his follow-up to 2018’s Jackuum which was a great debut LP from an MC who’s been making tracks since the early 2000s. D Double’s sophomore album is titled Double Or Nothing which doubles as an acronym of “D.O.N.” and it contains more […]
Dario Argento has been responsible for some great horror-thrillers. His early films are not necessarily flawless but they’re classics nevertheless; they might not be heaving with edge-of-your-seat thrills but the constant sense of intrigue coupled with the dazzling visuals is a superb mix for the audience. With an […]
Quibi’s Most Dangerous Game is a very underrated TV or web series. I say “series” but it’s not really; each episode is under 10 minutes making the total runtime approximately two hours (127 minutes and 24 seconds to be exact). If this series was edited to remove the […]
Quibi’s The Stranger is another decent “web series” that’s been neglected by the public, in part because of the failed platform it appears on, but also because of the Netflix series bearing the same name. Quibi’s The Stranger stars Maika Monroe as Clare, a budding writer and “Orbit” […]
In July 1991, almost two years after the excellent first Bill and Ted movie, the loveable-yet-cool, air-guitar-playing duo returned in the sequel Bill & Ted’s Bogus Journey. Instead of merely time travelling, the follow-up film had the Wyld Stallyns navigating the afterlife and Bogus Journey also had something […]
Before Beavis & Butthead, Wayne & Garth, Bud & Doyle, Romy & Michele, and Jay & Silent Bob, there was Bill & Ted, a pair of teenage underachievers with Californian surfer-slash-stoner accents. The duo aimlessly (and innocently) navigated life whilst obsessing over heavy metal music. Bill and Ted […]
Da Hillfiguz (also known as “Hillfiguz” or “Hillfiguzes”) was a Hip-Hop group from Brownsville, Brooklyn, New York. It’s members were Dogface, Danga, and T-Hall with T-Hall serving as producer and Danga & Dogface rapping. Hillfiguz were yet another Hip-Hop group who had the potential to be golden era […]
T-Max (an abbreviation of his real name Todd Keith Maxwell) is a rapper from Boston, Massachusetts who some may recall from the mid-to-late ’90s underground Hip-Hop scene. I used to be a photography student at college and seeing his name on a tracklist or playlist always reminded me […]
When people speak about “chord cutting” they’re not fully committed to their money-saving endeavour. Lots of people set out to cancel their high-priced satellite or cable subscriptions, but they then migrate to paid streaming services, sometimes several of them, and the end result of moving from one to […]
In 1878, a photographer named Eadweard Muybridge took high-speed photographs of a galloping horse in order to prove that all four legs leave the ground during part of a horse’s stride. Eadweard’s photographs succeeded in ending an age-old argument but had he pieced all his images together and […]