The Black Regent

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The Social Network ~ Trent Reznor
The Social Network ~ Trent Reznor
6 of 7 people found the following review helpful
As a great admirer of both David (Fight Club, Zodiac) Fincher and Trent (Nine Inch Nails) Reznor's work I was bowled over by the news that they would be working together. Ever since viewing the opening credits of Fincher's 'Seven' accompanied by a remix of NIN's 'Closer', I, like a lot of other fans, have hoped for and anticipated this collaboration.

For the majority of it's running time, it has been worth the wait.

The music is what most people familiar with Reznor's work have already come to know but in this case it has been given more focus, unlike the instumental doodlings on NIN's 'Ghosts I - IV', which tended at times to sound like musical sketches as opposed to… Read more
Sonoio <a href="">Sonoio</a><span class="byLinePipe"> | </span><span class="byLinePipe">Format:</span> MP3 Download
Sonoio Sonoio MP3 Download
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
SONOIO - italian phrase meaning 'it's me' - is the solo debut of Alessandro Cortini,to whom some may be familiar with as being part of Nine Inch Nails' line up a while ago, as well as being part of the electronic music duo known as Modwheelmood. Thanks to wiki for the intro.

As for the album, well if you appreciate good pulsating, melodic and original electronic music with a touch of the anthemic - then this is a treat for your ears.

Cortini wrote and sung all the lyrics, as well as crafting the music based primarily around one designer made synth. But don't let that fool you into believing that each track sounds the same. As well as variation, the lyrics tie it all… Read more
Kick-Ass [DVD] <b>DVD</b> ~ Chloe Moretz
Kick-Ass [DVD] DVD ~ Chloe Moretz
32 of 32 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars THE TITLE SAYS IT ALL, 6 Aug 2010
It's 3 in a row now from director Matthew Vaughan.
Following on from his no nonsense feature debut 'Layer Cake' was the charming 'Stardust' and now this little gem.

Filmed at the same time as the comic was being written; infact the film got finished before the comic in the end - Kick Ass is a refreshing blast of comic book celluloid.

It follows the exploits of Dave Lizewski (Aaron Johnson) who one day, decides to become a superhero and inadvertently attracts the attention of a couple of other super dudes called Big Daddy (Nicholas Cage) and his 11 year old daughter Hit Girl (Chloe Moretz). He then becomes embroiled in their plans to bring down a rather nasty bit… Read more

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