Tuesdays With Pop Punk
Sum 41 - Fat Lip
Tuesdays With Pop Punk
Maker - 19 Maple St.
Side Note - Thought these guys were a hardcore band. Also, Lauren went to school with a few of em. Crazy shit.
Story by Jeff Lemire
Art by Jeff Lemire
Colors by Jose Villarrubia
Letters by Pat Brosseau
Cover by Jeff Lemire & Jose Villarrubia
Publisher Vertigo Comics
Release Date 18 May 2010
7 years after a mysterious apocalypse wipes out most of Earth, all the children are being born with animal physical characteristics.
Edguy is a band that I discovered opening for Hammerfall (not the same show as the Powerglove one) and have quickly grown to love. This band certainly has their fair share of great songs but most of them are scattered throughout their handful of albums so its hard to pick an album I really love the most. Today I will be talking about their album Rocket Ride. This is one of their more recent albums from early 2006 which contains some of my favorite songs of theirs including the opening track Sacrifice which you can hear if you click here.
Day: No Idea
Well. This thing is awesome. This will be the update for March 29. Currently, the first floor of the mansion is build. Each room has a floor that resembles the game board. Each room has walls (sand blocks) and I’m working on a ceiling. Some rooms have furniture also like the Billiard Room has a pool table (more or less) and the Dining Room has a huge table. The secret tunnels are functioning too! I have to switch them to cobblestone eventually. Finally, I have begun working on plans for a second floor! Granted there only one floor in the game, but I think this could be pretty fun! Woo!
Face Melter Monday
I don’t know a lot about Jeff Loomis of the metal band Nevermore but its safe to say he’s a BEAST on guitar. I don’t think i could ever play a song like this due mainly to the stamina you need. It’s relentless and unforgiving but it sure does melt some face!
Yeah after “The Hangover” i gotta admit i jumped on the Zach Gilifianakis fan bus, but who cares? Sure he’s “in” now, but is that such a bad thing? naw son, Seth Rogan, Seth Macfarlane, also big popular dudes who i’ve followed and have yet to be disappointed. So when i saw the preview for this little gem, i was in.
Directed by:Anna Boden and Ryan Fleck released 2010
No one i know has seen this flick, i’ve never heard anyone talk about it, no big buz, nothing. This is odd for a film with such a current high profile actor like Gilifianakis, but hey things happen. as far as the directors, i’ve never heard of them, and this film has a serious independent edge. I’ve gotta say though, this movie really isn’t that funny. it’s kind of sad actually, but it’s got a truth in it that can’t be ignored. Basically a kid want’s to kill himself, he gets scared and emits himself into the institution. there he deals with his issues. Simple enough, but the execution is perfect. There’s alot of panic in the main character (keir gilchrist) who is a really good actor believe it or not. Right from the get-go you feel for this kid, mostly because he’s so real about his issue. He doesn’t get it, he knows how things should be, but they aren’t and it’s killing him inside.
This film really speaks volumes for those of us who have been in this kids shoes, and the supporting role by Gilifianakis is really great too. i would have to say it’s one of the best films 2010 shit out and you should give it a look.
When it comes to the Zelda series there is plenty of speculation on which from the series is the greatest of all time. Many people will say that Ocarina of Time deserves to be named the best game ever made but there are plenty of others that will tell you that Link to the Past is the one that changed the series for the better and made it what it is today and others may say another game but most people will choose between these two. Today I’m going to talk about Link to the Past which I personally feel is just a tiny bit better than OOT mainly because of the memories I hold to it.
Happy #150 guys.
Anyway, for this special post i’m doing a mix of Star Wars and music review with…
The Star Wars Trilogy Soundtrack: conducted by John Williams, played by the London Symphony Orchestra, produced by John Williams