Thursday, June 25, 2009

R.I.P

Thursday, June 11, 2009

Help Wanted




Apparently, rumors have run rampant about Stephen Sommers losing his director's chair on the set of G.I. Joe: The Rise of Cobra. If Paramount's having trouble filling that void, I'm always looking for work.

Tuesday, June 9, 2009

Life got too Hard


(image courtesy of g4tv.com)


What the crap happened to Max Payne? He looks homeless.

Wednesday, April 22, 2009

Troubled Times



So, this week marked every stoner's favorite day in April, along with the release of "Asleep in the Bread Aisle" from America's newest thief of black music, Asher Roth. I've listened to what I can...and let's just cut right to it. We don't need this. We, as the listeners of music, be it shuffling through our iTards or forced on us in between advertisements for Extenze and Payday Loans, do not need to hear anything as good as what you can offer (Lark in my Go Kart) or as annoying (I Love College). Check out the samples on Amazon, hit up the "Greenhouse Effect" mixtape, or torrent the new release...it's all pretty much the same. Be sure to go out and read a bunch of interviews where Asher says "I'm not trying to sound like Em" and "I rep the suburbs" and then listen to how he COMPLETELY BITES Eminem's vocal sound and you'll want to do some drive-by ass-whoopins in your local subdivisions. Once you get done, go pick up the more aspiring sets from The Knux, K'naan, or the newest DOOM, and wash that stupid blunt-cruisin crap out of your ears. Hit up Weiss or Pitchfork for a calmer, better worded and more responsive review.



If this torture wasn't enough, I watched "Wanted" this weekend. I'll save you the trouble, here's the only worthwhile clip:

Wednesday, March 25, 2009

Popcorn Playas


Blackout 2 scheduled to drop April 28th? That's what the latest news is...and really, that's a team-up I can always enjoy. Rarely will I skip over a Meth and/or Red track. Muddy Waters could very well be my favorite late-90s diamond-in-the-rough type album. This dynamic duo's first outing, "How High" from the soundtrack to The Show, is probably the only reason I kept the album, not to mention the driving force behind it's heavy rotation many a Saturday night in my formative high school years. Weiss has a some linkage to their new track, "City Lights," which really just makes me want to pack a bowl and hit the streets. Immature? Yes, but I'm harkening back to my teenage self. Check out Meth & Red, dressed as Beavis & Butthead. High-larious.