Wednesday, October 5, 2011

Haven - It takes a village to hide a secret.

   Hey there folks! It turns out I don't have that much free time even now, but it's still better (I'm posting now right?) than university. Anyways I am not going to bore you today haha. It is Review Time!
     Haven is a very interesting show, from SyFy channel, who in my experience do pretty good sci-fi (hard to guess right what shows they make right?) TV shows. Haven I think its in their top-notch series. It is a show, which you don't know what to expect. The story is just awesome, it's mysterious and really grabs you right from the start. Well, in the base of everything is a small town called Haven. But it's not just any ordinary town (duh...), it's actually anything but what you would call normall and ordinary. At given periods (called "the Troubles") everyone gain some special abilities/power/curse, bare with me, this has nothing to do with spiderman, superman or any of the other mans. At most of the times the people are not aware of their powers, or the powers just manifest themselves singlehandedly. In Haven everyone has their own problems, their deep secrets (but not like who slept with who).
   A bit about the characters (I am trying to keep the reviews as much spoiler-free as possible). We have the FBI agent Audrey Parker, who comes in Haven's first episode on a assignment to solve a murder of a ex-com. Meanwhile, she finds a photo of a woman that looks remarkably like her, so she concludes it should be her mother, who she has never seen. From there she decides to stay in the small town, and with time she comes to realise it's not the ordinary small town. She gets to know Nathan Wuornos who is a police officer, and also a "troubled" person. Together they help out all kind of (troubled) people, and try to get some answers. As it is said though, some answers raise more questions than they answered. Mystery after mystery, lots of weird, interesting, different, opposing, etc. characters. Side stories that unite, really good stuff.
   To sum up, if I have to describe Haven with one word (and excuse me for the vulgarity) it will be mindfuck! You think you know what is going on, you are almost guessing what will happen and then suddenly, the show suprises you in every possible way. If you are at least a bit into fantasy, this is a must, even if you are not, the sci-fi part doesn't at all ruin any of the other action, it's not Star Wars haha! Also if you liked Warehouse 13 or Eureka (again by Sy-Fy) there is a good chance you will like this as well. Lol this review became larger than i thought, I am stopping here, I hope I helped someone with this. Peace guys, I'm out.

Sunday, October 2, 2011

End of university!

   At last, free time haha! It's celebration time! Hours at university ended (at least until first term's exams). I will have to look for a job, but still I will have a lot more free time, so expect new reviews soon. I have a ton of work to do for the exams, but hey, they are in december - a loot of time until then, lol. And some sleep! Damn, for 20+ days I haven't slept over 5 hours, from no coffee, I started drinking at least 3 cups a day. Meh, the bad thing is the weather is starting get colder (fall and whatnot) which is sad, I like poorly dressed girls!
   Anyways, I think the next review will be on Haven, the new season just ended in a mindfuck way, left me with mouth wide open. Until then, peace I'm out.

Saturday, September 24, 2011

The creepy. The demented. The unexplained. The unearthly.

   Well I got a bit of a break off university, so I thought I should write something. The problem is I really don't know which show to review this time, a lot of great ones have started with new seasons just now - Supernatural, Fringe, The Vampire Diaries, Two and a Half Men, others are continuing, I mean how to choose one... Well The Vampire Diaries I know there will be a lot of people disliking cause of the "vampire hype", Fringe is so puzzling that I think I will have to watch all seasons again to write something. Two and a Half Men I think all of you have watched. This is it, today our theme shall be Supernatural.
    When I started watching it, Supernatural already had five seasons, at the beginning I didn't like it very much, but a lot of people were saying it's awesome so I continued to watch. The start (first couple of seasons) are kind of slow, though the story is still there and really very good, it is mostly episode-to-episode action which kind of irritated me. But once it picks up, you can't stop, you want to watch more and more. The monsters are always made great, with lore and stuff, the special effects are outstanding, the way the characters are evolving, oh my... You really get into the show, you almost feel as if you are a "hunter".
    In the beginning everything is pretty simple - two brothers - Dean, the bad guy, and Sam - the guy who left the family "bussiness" for school, they don't like each other a lot, have a lot of grunts. But they unite in order to find their missing father. With the progression of the series they become best friends, Sam flings to the dark side from time to time and... I won't say no more, I hate spoilers...
   Demons, angles, wendigos, strigas, djins, shapeshifters, arachne, banshee, hellhounds, demi-gods - this is just a small, and I mean a small part of what you will encounter and see in this series. If you like this supernatural stuff - watch it! If don't know if you like supernatural creaturs - watch it! There will be blood, gore and death! Peace guys, I'm out!

Sam Winchester: Why'd you let me fall asleep?
Dean Winchester: Because I am an awesome brother. What did you dream about?
Sam Winchester: Lollipops and candycanes.

Monday, September 19, 2011

Party now, sleep later!

   Hello good people! Well the dubstep party killed it, 7+ hours of maximum dubstep, I barely sat down for a couple of minutes, really a killer, god, the only thing I am sorry about is that it's over... It was wild, Borgore was the best, there was even a couple of moshings while he was at the pult (I took a part of course haha). Pure awesomeness. Seriously, I want more, well... Doctor P is soon coming, so I guess it ain't that bad haha. There were some seriosly powerfull speakers at the party, I mean, I was in the front and they were blowing me away lol, I think I might be a bit more deaf than before. Let me just show you what I mean, click the pics for hi-res view.

   This is the stage setup, before the parteh, some serious power these bad boys had. It was an epic night, I hope that all people who listen and love dubstep and dnb have been to at least one sick party! I'll leave you some awesome awesome songs, if you haven't heard of dubstep before.

   Awesome song with some great vocals. Then I'd like to show you something that isn't dubstep, but is remix from an awesome dubstep-hit track, which those of you who listen to these styles have heard it hundreds of times - the original is Flux Pavilion - Bass Cannon, go listen to it if you haven't (also the video is really cool)!

   This is a drumstep redux, which as a style is new to me as well, but it is awesome! Just to note here, that all this is to listened with hard bass (with no subwoofer I am afraid you won't feel the music at its best) and music as loud as you can (MAX)!
   Anyways, this blog started as a TV show reviews, but as I'm getting my ass busted at university, I really don't have time to write a quality review right now, this is much easier to write (as it is in my head right now), but I hope y'all guys will like it! I am finishing univesity at 30th, so I don't know if I will be able to write, and how much, but I will try for sure, tell me if you want something specific (music/movies/shows) and if I can I will deliver to you. Peace, I'm out!

Friday, September 16, 2011

Family Guy. Parental Discretion Advised, that's how you know it's good

    Well guys, the university is killing me, I'm there 10hours a day, sleeping 5hrs a day tops. But then, I met a lot of new people, including a lot of girls lol. Also tomorrow I am going to a dubstep/dnb party, it will be freaking awesome, Borgore, DJ Fresh, Roni Size and a bunch more. Well anyways, the blog was not supposed to be for me. Here you go, next from the animation reviews.

   Family Guy. Before I say anthing, I should state that after its 5th season the quality of the show has gone significantly down. But before that, I don't think a show can get much more awesome. Family Guy is more vulgar than The Simpsons, they are much more disfunctional, as you could let your kids watch The Simpsons (though it's not a kids show, as they can get bad ideas), no parent with any kind of sense will let his kid watch the Family Guy. Generally the setup of the characters is somewhat near to The Simpsons - a retarded husband/dad Peter, beautiful wife Lois, 3 kids, there is also a talking dog Brian. But don't think this is a Simpsons clone, because it's not. It is unique in every single way, it is insulting (if you take it that way), it mocks everything and everyone, there are no limits to its boldness. For start the baby kid Stewie is a evil genious which is trying to kill his mother and in later seasons we understand he (it?) is homosexual. The dog is really the smartest character, probably in the whole show, but has big issues and is often getting wasted on drugs and alcohol. Peter is big time laugh, seems to be a bit retarded and is doing all kinds of crap, he is a big character! The bigger son Chris is taking in his father's footsteps, and the daughter Meg is like the nobody of the show, she is constantly neglected by everyone, she has no special qualities, neither beauty nor brains.
     To sum up, do watch this, though if you are easily insulted and don't like mockery of stuff that is generally respected and kind of taboo, you should probably skip Family Guy and stick to The Simpsons. Peace, I'm out.

Interviewer: [Peter is at a job interview] So, Peter, where do you see yourself in ten years?
Peter Griffin: [thinks] Don't say doin' your wife, don't say doin' your wife...
[out loud]
Peter Griffin: Doin' your, er...
[sees photo of interviewer on the beach with his wife and son]
Peter Griffin: ... son?
[interviewer's shocked expression]

Tuesday, September 13, 2011

The Simpsons! On Your Marks, Get Set, D'Oh!

    Today at last I got some free time between the university, the gym and the drinking (which is connected to the university, but don't get me started), so I thought I should write another review at last. First I have to say during these so tense up days the only thing I watched were some animations (for adults of course, and I'll exclude japanese stuff for now). They cheer me up after I'm busted and dead tired with under 5 hours sleep everyday, if you want something light and fun after a long hard day you should go for an something like this, an animation.
    And we will review some of these now. Let's start with the dinosaurs in the category, the equivallent of Ali or Tyson in boxing, which have 22 seasons and counting, started in 1989 by the ingenious Matt Groening. If you guessed The Simpsons you were... suprise, suprise... right! I don't know what to say, all of you, I'm sure have seen them at least once or twice on TV. The Simpsons are such a disfunctional family, somehow in a fun way, you will be amazed each episode by the stupid and irresponsible stuff Homer does, the mischiefs of Bart who is a underachiever and proud of it, the hardworking homemaker Marge (which has, seriously, awesome hairstyle lmao), the booksmarts of Lisa, which is a unappreciated genius and all the other characters which are all unique and amusing in a way. All this opposites are put together for a great concoction of fun and awesomeness. And if you watch and think about it a bit deeper you will realise there is a lesson to be learned in almost each episode. This is maybe the animation which you have to start with, though I didn't do that.
    Well this is it for now, I will review some other animations soon, just didn't want to give you too big chunks of text at once (as I hate it). If you haven't already watched The Simpsons, I truly suggest you do, you will have loads of great time. Peace, I'm out.
Bart: Can I have a beer?
Homer: All right, but not the imported.
Marge: Homer!
Homer: You've got to set limits, Marge.
Marge: And punish Lisa for lying to us.
Homer: All right, young lady. March yourself right down to the Quik-E-Mart and get me some chips and a beer.

Sunday, September 11, 2011

Wilderness and University

   Well I haven't made new posts for a few days, because I was out of town, in the vast wilderness haha. It was awesome, I absolutely love the nature, the yet unspoiled pieces of heaven. Anyways, I'm back now and tommorow I'm starting university. It will be my first year, so I am a bit anxious, and don't know what to expect, but I guess I will find out. This means the posts may become trough longer periods, because I don't know when I will have time to post some quality review.
   I'm tired like hell so, I will leave you with some nice tracks. The first one is the theme of Death Note, a japanese anime, I know a lot of people don't like these, but the theme is good anyways.

   Another great track from True Blood:

   And at the end I leave you with a favourite track of mine, even though it hasn't featured in a show or a movie (as far as I know).

   I will try to write a review at the first chance I get. For now guys, peace I'm out.

Wednesday, September 7, 2011

Great shows, great tracks

   I thought today I will give you some songs featured in TV shows. There are shows that have chosen some awesome tracks, and the mixture of a high suspence/dramatic scene with a good music track is simply mindblowing, and I mean it 100%. I have found some awesome songs, so I wanted to share them. This might turn into a regular thing if I manage to find more tracks. And here we go.
   The first one is from the current season of True Blood:

  We've got the second one from the current season of Entourage:

   And I'd say last but not at all least, if you ask me the best track, featured in a mindblowing scene of Breaking Bad (this time it isn't from the current season), also in another show I have watched but I can't recall, I think it was The Vampire Diaries:

   This is it for now, if you have liked them make sure you drop a comment. Peace, I'm out.

Sunday, September 4, 2011


   Good day people. I've been wondering what show to check out next, and my finger today stopped at Leverage. Leverage is a 40minute show broadcasted on TNT, at the moment the 4th season is ongoing.
   This show is different, it is episode-to-episode action 99% of the time there isn't connection between the episodes (apart the actors of course). The background plot is little to non-existent and is developing slower than the creation of a new galaxy. Well then, you might ask, why should I watch it? It's simple, Leverage is a modern version of Robin Hood, instead of a forest we have the city, but we still have the rich "villains" who are stepping all over the normal hard working people. Here come the team to bring them down, and correct any injustice they get to know.
   The Robin Hood team consists of five people - Nathan Ford a former insurance agency investigator, he is now the brain of the team, the mastermind, Sophie Devereaux a brilliant grifter, Eliot Spencer who is the hitter, the muscle, he also has a great knowledge of the different (ex)agents, goons and so on, Parker is the thief, a very weird, asocial character, and last but not least is our computer specialist, hacker - Alec Hardison. All of them is supposedly the best in their area, before they worked together they were loners (as most criminals anyways), and in the beginning they will have trouble working in a team, but soon they become the best as a team as well.
   The series looks like "The A-team" meets "Mission Impossible" meets "Ocean's 11", it is brilliant. We have fast-paced action, robberies, cons, hi-tech stuff, almost no drama in the main plot (as its near non-existent), great acting by everyone and awesome development of characters, I especially like our mastermind, who has a ton of problems and personal issues as well which at times fuel his fury. There is also a touch of comedy, fun, in almost every episode. Well this is it people, another show worth giving it a shot. Peace, I'm out.

Alec Hardison: How did you know?
Eliot Spencer: You have a tell.
Alec Hardison: I have a tell? In Rock-Paper-Scissors, I have a tell?

Tuesday, August 30, 2011


    Well, let's see, another great HBO TV show - Entourage. I mean, this is HBO after all they've hardly made any bad series, and as all of them this one is also addictive.
    This one is about show business, about fame, money and the things that come with them. Overall I have to say it is a comedy, but in the big picture you can see that actually the characters have a ton of problems, each has his own drama. But don't think drama like "Romeo and Juliet", here we see the problems behind being a "superstar" actor, being in the movie business. Where's money, there's trouble. And you will see that to be true.
   A bit our characters maybe. The main people around which the action is happening is Vincent Chase, a movie star, with his entourage - his brother Johny "Drama" Chase, Turtle and Eric "E". Drama started acting before his little brother Vinnie, starred in the 90's TV show Viking Quest but since then his career has kind of hit rock bottom. Later when Vinnie becomes the star, Drama will have the chance to get some bits and pieces. He is also supposedly the entourage's cook. "E" is the best friend of Vinnie, and he trusts him completely, though they've had their share of quarrels. E has assumed the position of Vinnie's manager, since he is quick witted and knows people. Turtle doesn't have any specific role, he is kind of a handyman, doing all kinds of menial chores. That being said Turtle will later on also show his potential. And last but not least is Vincent Chase, he is kind of the "meal ticket" for the entourage, they are getting from his fame and glamour and their roles are arranged around him. Another character worth mentioning is Ari Gold, Vinnie's agent, he is a very interesting, with a touch of weird-crazy character, top in the movie industry.
   The storyline is fast paced, you will see that, there will be no "filler" episodes always something will happen, it's just that you don't know what. Which is great! I love unpredictable, it gives a the suspense, the longing for the next episode. So, let's talk downsides - hm, the episodes are 30 minutes, but i really think this is for good, cause a 50min episode will come a bit much, and the seasons might become diluted, watery. I can't really think of something that irritates me in the show, there is probably, but the overall greatness makes it totally worth it. Peace, I'm out.

Ari Gold: [Ari doesn't want Vince to do Queens Blvd] You know what they feed people on an indi set, Vinne? Nothing! They don't give you a trailer. They tell you to go sit on an apple box. Ever try to bang an extra on an apple box?
Eric: Well, if anybody could do it, Vince could.
Vince: I do have great balance.

Friday, August 26, 2011

Putting the Herb in Suburb

   I thought I should review a comedy show today, something different, for the sake of variety. So, here we are, let's review Weeds.
    First of all, so far I've reviewed 40-60 minute shows, and Weeds' episodes are much shorter - around 30 minutes. Weeds is a weird show, it has a bit of comedy, some drama (don't be thrown back by that) and of course crime. I mean it is a drug-related show, so the crime bit is certain. Our main character Nancy Botwin (Mary-Louise Parker which by the way is really hot) is a single mom with 2 kids (which will change), who is selling weed as a main source of profit. So there, from here come the comedy, the drama and the crime bits. But bare with me, this isn't a "How High" stoner comedy (not that it is bad), Nancy (and later her kids) are mostly just selling. Well this is the main plot element  and it doesn't change, our character is always either trying to sell or selling weed.
   It's not all good though, the action through the seasons becomes a bit repetitive after the first several seasons. But after you've gone through that it still is pretty good, it is hilarious, almost every episode will make you laugh out loud or at least smile. We see the characters in loads of ridiculous situations, each one of them has kind of different agenda. We see the rise and fall of the family, the development of characters is a bit non-existant, subtle, especially in our main character Nancy, but I'd say she is just doing what she knows best - sell weed.
   I really don't know what to say for it more than to give it a chance, either ways Mary-Louise Parker is super hot, so there you go another great reason to watch the show, and besides the episodes aren't that long as stated which makes it non-heavy, really good casual show. Peace I'm out.

Andy Botwin: How can you be so blindly pro-Bush?
Doug Wilson: I like his wife Laura... I used to buy weed from her at SMU.

Monday, August 22, 2011


    Dexter. Hm. Dexter is something new, he is a breath of fresh air for those that have gone sick from the other series. Dexter is both a villain and a hero (depending on the view point). It is a unique show.

   Let's see what it is about. Dexter is a guy working in Miami PD, forensics expert, blood specialist. But he is no ordinary lab rat. He has a deep, dark secret... And this is the great part, I mean how many shows do we have where the main character is a serial killer? Dexter has problems, he has the need to kill, since his mother was killed in front of him when he was just a baby. So far we've got the villain part, but how can a killer he be a hero as well you ask. Well he is putting his "need" to use, by killing only, and strictly other criminals, killers. Dexter is like a modern day Superman or Spiderman, he is getting rid of all the scum from our society and that's what makes him a hero really. Where the authorities (the police) have failed he comes by to repair their mistake. During the show some people realise what he is doing and try to join him in his "crusade" but so far almost all of them wind up dead.
   A bit about his personality. Well what can I say except he doesn't feel. He doesn't have feelings like you and me, compassion, even love (though this will change). This is maybe what makes him the psycho he is, I don't know if normal person will be able to sleep at rest, knowing what he had done. Dexter lives 2 lives, a bit like Walter White (Breaking Bad), but he plays his role as a normal person better, he manages to fool everyone so far. And this, I think, is because of his lack of normal feelings, his different thinking process.
   OK, Dexter is a serial killer, you would ask now how doesn't he get caught, this is setted up you'd say. Well no. After the little Dexter was found on his mother's crimescene he is adopted by one of the cops. When growing up Harry (the cop) realises that Dexter is not like other kids, he is not "normal". So, long story short, he learns him a code by which to live, stay safe and the most important, never kill other man than a killer.
   Great! So far so good. For some of the people maybe the latter seasons get a bit repetitive - Dexter gets in trouble, and a really tight escape. Well I tend to overlook that a bit, cause the general idea, plot, storyline is genious, it has gotten me stuck in front of the monitor for days. It is pretty realistic to some extend. Well this is it, I can't write no more without revealing big spoilers for the show. Peace, I'm out.

  Dexter Morgan: [voiceover] People fake a lot of human interactions, but I feel like I fake them all, and I fake them very well. That's my burden, I guess.
  Dexter Morgan: [as victim averts his eyes from dead bodies] Look! Or I will cut your eyelids right off your face

Wednesday, August 17, 2011

Being Human

   Well, I thought I should review a show not that famous today. My eyes stopped at Being Human.
   First of all there are 2 versions of this series, the original one is British (BBC) and is up to season 3, this year should be releasing season 4. The second version is by the beloved SyFy, they basically bought the show from the British BBC, didn't even change the name nor the basic script and so far it has only 1 season. Today I will talk about the original UK version.
  OK, the series are great, and I mean really, really the story is awesome. With the first episode we meet with a vampire, a werewolf and a ghost. And all of them living in the same house! Wow, it's already gotten interesting! We don't have many shows where supernatural creatures (beings, people) live together. The vampire is giving his best to not kill people (not successfully), the werewolf is a big mess, he's trying to forget what he is, to bury the wolf, and the ghost... well the ghost can only be seen by supernatural beings, so she really likes them and thinks she has some unfinished business on the Earth. 
   Really, if you are into supernatural kind of stuff, you will like this TV show. It has got everything you need - action, drama, a bit of a romance here and there (not enough to spoil anything). Mitchell (the vampire, who I think is the most interesting character) has some problems with the hidden society of fellow (not so much) vampires. He was best friends with the "head vampire", but now that he has gone sober and good he has separeted himself. Well... it doesn't go really well for him, he goes berserk from time to time, lingering from chaotic evil to lawful good, (yes, it is a D&D reference) which is really great because I wouln't watch a show with 3 different types of supernatural beings and no blood in it.With time (and seasons) we realise that there are as well other ghosts and other werewolfs.
   So a bit about the other characters. The ghost (which I don't really like) is kind of depressed but she is good. She can't touch stuff, can't exit the house and is invisible to normal people, though this will change several times in the series. Anine (the name of the ghost) is messed up big time, she is weird and at the beginning even the other characters will see her as irritating. She has big emotional baggage, and generally that's why I don't like her, but hey, the show wouldn't be the same.
   The werewolf (George) is a bit socially awkward (make that a bit more), and has his own problems. He changes, transforms to a werewolf once in the month in the full moon, the rest of the time he is normal-ish person. During that full moon he is making everything possible to not harm anyone (or possibly infect someone with the werewolf "disease") but that isn't so sucessful as well.
   So Being Human, another series with which you will have a great time in front of the monitor/TV. Also as I see that some of you have the problem from where to get the show to watch it - you can find this (and I think almost every show) in the mighty Pirate Bay. Peace, I'm out.
George trying on another shirt: Well?
Mitchell: This, ah, non-date. You gonna break it to her you cross-dress?

Sunday, August 14, 2011

Breaking Bad

   Hello again folks. Let's review Breaking Bad, since its 4th season is underway at the moment.

   Well what can I say. First I started watching with a bit of scepticism, I mean the father of Malcolm (in the Middle) Bryan Cranston in a serious drama? I have, and I'm sure all people, were seeing him as a comic actor, he was playing a not-so-smart-guy, even kinda dumb. So it was a great shock when I saw him in Breaking Bad first episode, only in underwear, driving an RV with a gas mask on, moments after that pulling a gun out. I was WTF man, who is this guy, sure isn't the same guy from Malcolm in the Middle!
   In Breaking Bad you can see a great progression of character. In the beginning we see Walter (Walter White, the character of Bryan Cranston) as a dull school teacher, in his mid-ages, best of his years gone. He looks kind of depressed to me, though I'm not a psychiatrist, busting his ass in a car wash as well in the university. So the breaking-bad-point comes with his diagnosis of lung cancer. What are you going to do if you were in his place? If you were a school teacher, and you found out about your lung cancer?... So Walter goes through some metamorphosis, goes insane if you want. From there on we see the character progressing from what he was, to a drug producer. With his progress he gains more money, and mo' money = mo' problems. He goes away from his old self, from his wife and family, and goes into the underground, cooking meth with his partner Jessy Pinkman. I mean, even if you don't want to, you can not live both the lives of a boring chemistry teacher and deal with the pressure and problems of meth cooking. You have bigger problems to solve, when you are neck deep in sh*t I don't think you will be able to do a lot of thinking about other things.
    So, a chemistry teacher gone Insane (in the membrane). Еnd justifies the means. I really think that this is the motto of our meth cook, for the whole time the idea was - get some money for wife and kids to lead a good life after I'm 6 feet under. But what he didn't realise is that in this kind of business you don't go just "out", you can't just quit. So at some point he goes through the point of no return and in seasons 3-4 we see him working against his will with danger for his and even bigger for his partner's life.

   Fourth season so far is awesome, I don't think the quality has go down (a lot, anyway), I will stop now, so you can have something to find out on your own. I think I will stop giving "rating" to my review shows, since I will wind up with 20+ shows with 9+ rating, which kind of defeats the point of rating in my opinion. So, Breaking Bad - another must! Peace, I'm out.

"What's the point of being an outlaw if I gotta have responsibilities?" "Darth Vader had responsibilities- building the Death Star."" True Dat! Two of 'em, Yo! "

Friday, August 12, 2011

Prison Break - a must!

OK, let's get down to it, some actual, maybe (hopefully) useful information.
I will stick with TV shows for now, in the future... we'll see.

   First off, what really got me into series was Prison Break, before that all that existed for me were movies. Prison Break to this day is one of The Best series ever made (though as progressing through the seasons, the quality goes kind of down, but I already said that that is common). Everything links itself in one grand-master-scheme, really awesome stuff. I mean, if I was in a prison, I'd sure want a brother like Michael Skoffield for me. So the first two seasons of Prison Break are top notch stuff, I mean epic, everyone needs to watch them - if you haven't then correct this mistake. Season 3 and 4 kind of go down - everything repeats itself - go to prison again, try to escape from the cops and catch some bad guys Again. Nevertheless if you start watching, you will go down with all the seasons.
   Get a day off, some popcorn and Prison Break! If I have to rate it (and I will do it for you people) it's a 9.8/10 overall, deffinitely watch it!
   For those who have already watched it I'm sorry to say that there is no second show like that (in that area/similar content or ideas). Maybe Breakout Kings but they are more episode-for-episode kind of action.
   So, to end this post I will put up a  first season trailer. Also you can tell me the next TV show for me to review in the comments. Or not. Peace, I'm out.

Dr. Marvin Gudat: I can promise you nothing.
Theodore "T-Bag" Bagwell: Story of my life.

Thursday, August 11, 2011

Let's get this show started

   Hey! Today I'm starting my new blog.

   A bit about myself first. I used to watch a lot of movies, and I mean a lot - my personal record is five full time movies for a day, and that wasn't even a movie marathon! Then I discovered TV shows, and to this date I'm hooked up. I have watched or am watching near 40 different TV series, and I try to watch the best ones, and filter through the meaningless, why-am-i-watching-this stuff.

   I have got to say for me, movies have gotten way crappier with years, I mean they are all just the same - watch 1 movie and you have seen them all! So that is maybe one of the reasons I moved from movies to TV shows - they seem to offer more variety, even though some get worse with progression of seasons. OK, so a bit to the point here, on this blog I will try to point out some good movies, TV shows for you cinephiles, maybe even put up some reviews, though I don't think of myself as a critic.

   As I know everyone nowadays is interested in music, I have to say my tastes lay in the trance genre, and more specifically psychedelic and my favourite there Goa. Through the years I have listened to old-school rap/hip-hop, house, hardcore, industrial and dubstep, which I still listen to regurarly.

   I think that is it, I plan on writing some more to-the-point stuff soon, haven't really planned it out yet, but expect more.

A film is - or should be - more like music than like fiction. It should be a progression of moods and feelings. The theme, what's behind the emotion, the meaning, all that comes later.
Stanley Kubrick