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  1. James Hetfield Returns

    Alcohol would make someone look puffier than weed though, correct?
  2. Music to be Murdered By - Eminem

    I think recovery and mmlp2 are my favorites since his comeback. Recovery got a lot of flak but I actually like the ballads like going through changes and I didn't mind most of the tracks. Mmlp2 is his best all around record since his prime though, I reckon.
  3. Music to be Murdered By - Eminem

    I thought Kamikaze would have made a great EP, but was bogged down with some filler in the second half. This, however? I literally couldn't even get the whole way through it, and I used to be pretty obsessed with Eminem. He needs to start working with better producers. The angry yelling flow he has is reaching levels of self-parody. I went back to his late 90s output recently and it's like listening to a completely different rapper. I mean, listen to this. These are the kind of laid back flows he needs to go back to. https://youtu.be/IUfVqcjdd0w
  4. Josh or Brain

    They are both brilliant. Each brought their own to the new band.

    Love the soundtrack choice in this one. Reminds me of Shadow of the Empire.
  6. Copyright Strikes....

    To be fair, he's done that before. He used to have his own little private forum full of sock puppets that were clearly all orchestrated by one person, and he'd carry on conversations with himself in an attempt to make it look as if multiple users were online. This wasn't too long after her cyber-bullied me when I was underage (it started when I was about 14 or 15 and literally continues to this day. I'm now 31). To quote Buzz Lightyear: a sad, strange little man.
  7. Terminator - Dark Fate

    I agree. I've noticed a trend in the last decade or so (actually, since Alien vs Predator - Requiem) where a studio will release an R-rated movie and market it almost exclusively to the fanboy audience, relishing in the gore and violence in their promotional material, as if to say, "Hey, it's R-rated, this is what you losers wanted!" It's patronizing, and it's usually done as a reactionary measure when the previous PG-13 version doesn't work... and almost always, without fail, the R-rated version is even worse. AvP Requiem is a great example. Fans hated the PG-13 first AvP movie. FOX pushed Requiem as a hard-R flick, showing off the violence in an "unrated" trailer. I remember posting on this forum about it back in 2007, being super stoked and hyped up for it, but then it came out and it was even worse than the first movie. Fanboys were upset that Die Hard 4 was PG-13, so when 5 came out, same thing: they heavily promoted it as R-rated to get the fanboys excited...and it was by far the worst of the series. Recently, the Hellboy remake did the same thing -- they knew online chatter was negative towards it and fanboys were skeptical (because people actually do like the PG-13 Del Toro movies), so they released a gritty, unrated, ultra-R trailer shortly before its release, to try and stoke the fanboy flames. Then the movie came out and was trash. I'm keeping my fingers crossed for Dark Fate but I'm wary of how they're putting the R-rating in the forefront of the campaign. It also worries me that Cameron mentioned they filmed alternate takes on set, because they weren't sure during production whether the studio would mandate it as PG-13 or R. Something about that idea rubs me the wrong way. But I genuinely hope it's good and I've learned not to doubt Cameron, so with his involvement I'm cautiously optimistic.
  8. I was there for both and remember being completely shocked both times haha. I even joked on the way to the 2016 show that Slash would never play on Sorry since it was ostensibly written about him, or at least that's what the speculation had been when the album came out.