Yo, this be Reuben. I realised nothing was written about Pearl Jam on this website, so I thought I'd show my appreciation to their two best songs, Even Flow and Jeremy, straight off their Earth-shattering debut record, Ten, which is now one of my favourite albums of all time and just about bests Superunknown to top the…Read more RRR: Pearl Jam – Even Flow / Jeremy
Yo, this be Reuben. As always, I'm absolutely in love with RHCP, but particularly at the moment as it's basically the only thing I'm listening to. But, who better to be perpetually obsessed with than these guys? And, who better to kick-start this shoddy knock-off series? I've been predominantly listening through By the Way and…Read more RRR: Red Hot Chili Peppers – Parallel Universe
Yo, this be Reuben. Yes, I'm copying Milo's idea. Yes, Milo is infinitely superior now. Yes, this is a really lazy thing to do. Yes, I'm not even ordering the songs. Yes, I'm just gonna talk about whatever songs I want. Yes, I'm not going to necessarily even talk about one particular song in each…Read more Just When Milo’s Music Mayhem Was Too Much… Reuben’s Rhythmic Ruckus!
Hi, this is Renate from popcornandfilm, guest blogging! I'm doing a review of the first John Wick movie because it was about time that I watched it now that the second movie is out. Hope you'll enjoy it and thank you to Milo and Reuben for letting me write here, such awesome dudes! John Wick is…Read more John Wick (2014) – Renate’s Review
Another Wild And Entertaining Ride. Back in 2015, Furious 7 raced into theaters and brought with it new level of box office success to the long running Fast and the Furious franchise. While the franchise has grown, evolving into an interesting dynamic aspect beyond the earlier entries of merely street racing, one of the main…Read more The Fate of the Furious (2017) – Jason’s Review
So, after being introduced to Halo Jones and her futuristic world in book one, we move into deep space for book two as we join Halo on a long-haul cruise-ship floating across the void, and this one turns out a little more exciting than the type of cruise advertised in the National Trust magazine. We…Read more The Ballad of Halo Jones: Vol. 2 (1986) – Elliot’s Review
As Long As That Dame Ain't Eva Green, I'm Happy. *THIS HERE BE A REVIEW FOR THE GRAPHIC NOVEL, NOT THE MOVIE, YA DINGDONG* Milo here. Back in August (a simpler time), I reviewed the first volume of Sin City books, The Hard Goodbye, (which you can check herre, if you're a Stuff And That…Read more Sin City Vol. 2: A Dame To Kill For (1993) – Review