Live Fast Die Whenever is the latest release from the $uicideboy$, this time with Blink-182 member Travis Barker and some help by Munky of Korn-fame. This EP is thankfully much more focussed than their debut studio album I Want To Die In New Orleans and I’m pleased to […]
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There’s no doubt that Guy Ritchie’s films have been hit and miss; there was of course the classics Lock, Stock, And Two Smoking Barrels and Snatch and there was the average-and-overrated Sherlock Holmes but there was also the downright terrible Swept Away and King Arthur. Seemingly abandoning tales […]
John Wick (now retroactively titled John Wick: Chapter 1) is an extremely overrated film. Released in 2014, it answered the question: what would it look like if a stuntman made a movie? Directed by stunt-guy Chad Stahelski and written by Derek Kolstad (who was also responsible for mediocre […]
John Wick: Chapter 3 – Parabellum is a somewhat enjoyable action-thriller but it’s not as rewarding as most reviewers have made it out to be. After reading what all the critics had to say, I was assuming that this, the third in the John Wick film franchise would […]
The $uicideboy$, a Hip-Hop duo from New Orleans, have been making music for a while now, releasing numerous EPs and mixtapes over the past few years. If you’ve never heard their music before, I can only describe it as a mixture of Trap, Horrorcore, Cloud Rap, Scream Rap, […]
In 1993, after two young boys murdered a toddler named Jamie Bulger, the mainstream media were in a fervent rush to label the entire generation as “evil”. Even though there were similar killers such as Mary Bell in the ’60s, in the ’90s people began demonising the tail-end […]
From ex-Punk band The Beastie Boys (and Def Jam bandmates Run DMC) shouting their rhymes into the mic to Onyx and M.O.P. building on this style by yelling their violent lyrics over hardcore beats, an element of Rock has always been present in Hip-Hop music. Artists ranging from […]
The internet is supposed to be a wealth of knowledge, right? So is it possible for there to be almost zero information about something, let’s say a musician or group? Well, surprisingly yes. I was recently organising my music collection and I realised that I know almost nothing […]
Ever since Smif-N-Wessun’s debut album Dah Shinin’ dropped, Tek and Steele have been making their own brand of credible underground Hip-Hop music (although I’ll be the first to admit that not every release since their 1995 LP has lived up to the duo’s original classic). The All is […]
The Rebel (also known as Call Me Genius) is a 1961 film starring the late, great Tony Hancock. Written by duo Galton & Simpson, the film is a comedy that brilliantly satirises modern art as well as “arty” types and even office workers. I was reminded of this […]
Revenge is a 2017 French-made action-revenge-thriller. It centres around the retaliation of a seemingly murdered rape victim, pushed off a cliff and left for dead in the desert. SPOILERS AHEAD Directed by Coralie Fargeat, the visuals of this movie are a bit like I Spit On You’re Grave […]
Upgrade is a highly enjoyable yet underexposed movie. It’s often billed as a B-Movie and of course, considering its production company (Blumhouse Tilt) as well as its relatively small budget (between 3 and 5 million dollars) I suppose it is. The label of “B-Movie” however, always sounds like […]
After releasing a single with group Triple Element in 1988, member Silver Bullet went solo and made a string of enjoyable Hip-Hop songs in the early 1990s. Bullet’s second single “20 Seconds To Comply” was his most popular, reaching number 11 in the UK charts (which shows how […]