Two angels are bowed reverently on the red curtain. The curtain almost looks like a tapestry, or a mural on a wall.
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Sam’s an astronaut, and just two weeks before he’s due home, he starts to hallucinate.
New Music Downloads
I do listen to other bands than just Blue October. I love indie rap, Rammstein, Blind Guardian, Imogen Heap, Atmosphere, Dessa, Doomtree, and tons of scores by famous composers like John Williams, Philip Glass, and some up and coming composers, like Hildur Gudnadttir. I hadn’t heard of her until I watched the show Chernobyl whichContinue reading “New Music Downloads”
I purchased Joker on a bit of a whim, thinking that I would give this film a chance. I’d heard great things about the latest installment to the DC universe. I’ve never been one to read the Batman comics, but I’ve loved the movies. I also was curious as to how the Joker became theContinue reading “JOKER”
The Loss of Innocence: How Tone Changes in Puella Magi Modoka Magica
I’ve watched Modoka Magica a few times, and I feel that there are two important things that can be gleaned from re-watching this anime: 1) the deception of innocence that these young girl’s possess and 2) the loss of innocence that these young girls experience.
My 6 Favorite Rammstein Songs
I’ve recently become engrossed in the music of Rammstein, a German metal band. I love the lead singer’s voice, love how he rolls his R’s, and how the lyrics of their songs aren’t too hard to learn. I love catching how the lines to songs sound like they rhyme, which is fun. As someone whoContinue reading “My 6 Favorite Rammstein Songs”
I watched this film on Halloween night. I was actually pleasantly surprised by how good it was, considering I knew nothing of the actual plot. Elizabeth (Lizzie) and Charlotte are both prodigies of an elite music school, one where young girls are trained to become amazing musicians. When they meet in Shanghai, Charlotte gushes overContinue reading “The Perfection”
Bojack Horseman is part-horse, part-human, and all around stubborn.
I just finished this game. To tell you the truth, it was amazing. It’s been in my queue for quite some time, and I purchased Oxenfree on a whim two days ago. The soundtrack is great, full of luscious electronic tracks, and really fits the feel of the game, whether you’re traveling through the woodsContinue reading “Oxenfree”
This five-part miniseries scared me. I had trouble sleeping, and often went to bed with the light on for long periods of time. While I knew a little of what happened in the late ’80s with the faulty reactor, I did not know everything. While there are flaws to the show–like representing radiation as thoughContinue reading “Chernobyl”