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The Purge: Anarchy

The Purge: Anarchy is one of a rare breed of sequels where you miss out on absolutely nothing by not watching the previous movie. The premise of the movie, that America has decided that the best way to control society is through a 12 hour period one night per year where pretty much anything goes, is exactly the same and is set out in the introduction to the movie. 580 more words


Musicians Need to Think Like Drug Dealers

How many 1/8s of weed would get sold if the first hit wasn’t free?

You don’t buy drugs because of an advertising pitch, you buy them because someone–maybe a dealer, maybe a friend–gives you a taste for free. 145 more words


Md. Gov. O'Malley, 'The Wire' Creator Bond on Amtrak Train

LANHAM, Md. (WNEW) — Maryland Governor Martin O’Malley and David Simon, the creator of the HBO show “The Wire”, have not been each other’s biggest fans, historically. 239 more words


Juking The Stats

*shuffles chair*

*lifts tea* *drinks*

Awkward this, posting your first entry on a blog. The main problem I found was reconciling the fact that I like to think of myself as being a rather humble person, with the thought that actually I want people to hear what I have to say, and that it might be important. 470 more words

Givin A Fuck When It Ain't Your Turn To Give A Fuck

Walking The Wire

It has taken a few years, but I finally got around to watching the highly acclaimed television series “The Wire”.

Many Twitter followers have been on me to watch the series for some time. 419 more words


World In Review: Braquo Series 3

Words: Brody Rossiter
Twitter: @BrodyRossiter


Though the investigative exploits of American made detective shows and the distinctly dark leanings of Nordic Noir have penetrated the collective consciousness of television audiences situated upon both sides of the Atlantic like a rusty hunting knife would a helpless antler adorned teen’s vital organs, there may still be one hard-hitting police drama which may have slipped under your radar. 518 more words


Filmmaker Wants To Shed Light On Discrimination In Black Lesbian Community & She Needs Your Help

One young filmmaker is hoping to break down the barriers that encourage discrimination in the black lesbian community.

BET Associate Producer Nneka Onuorah is shedding light on a little known problem among gay people with her documentary, The Same Difference. 476 more words