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It's My Party and I'll Buy What I Want To

I have such an interesting, ambivalent relationship with my post titles. Like this one sounds hugely consumerist, bitchy, privileged, and entitled.  But it rhymes with a song I heard somewhere that i feel like is a well known, even famous song but that i don’t remember. 235 more words

PCP: "Too Old to Die Young"

Monotony Monday #14 – Mais Yeh

The Dege Ain’t Silent

The short of it: It’s one song, come on now.

Maybe it’s because I just finished binging season one of  135 more words

Pop Culture Please


When people ask me these days what I’m listening to, I usually mention that my listening habits are a little different than they used to be. 109 more words

Quentin Tarantino (Violence and Suspence)

Quentin Tarantino is known for his amazing films but also his gratuitous and violent scenes. The excessive bloodshed seen in his films compliments other filmmaking styles like Japanese cinema. 555 more words

Aesthetic Violence

The aesthetic violence is “cathartic,” “good for the soul.”

Aristotle suggested that certain fictions are indeed capable of arousing audience emotions to such high intensities that the emotions exhaust themselves. 537 more words


5 cameos just as bad as Beckham's

Cameos can be a great way to catch an audience off guard and give them a laugh or two. After all, with celebrity culture dominating the world, what better way is there to attract an audience? 475 more words


Django Unchained ****(Out of 4)

Consensus: “Django Unchained” is another masterpiece from Quentin Tarantino. It is a bold film for him to make. It touches on a lot of ugly themes but also revitalized a lot of different genres. 13 more words

Django Unchained