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Member Since 26 Jun 2013
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In Topic: Can anyone suggest to me a movie like Prometheus?

27 June 2013 - 02:25 PM

Invasion of the Body Snatchers, Event Horizon, Dark City, and Stargate all have that similar science fiction edge, many dealing with its collison with humanity. And if you're willing to go from space to the sea, Cameron's The Abyss features similar themes.

In Topic: Favorite groups, artists or styles at the moment?

27 June 2013 - 02:13 PM

I love you.

I have different likes and it all depends on my mood. I too like Studio Killers, they're pretty amazing. I'm a fan of many things, many styles, many genres.

Joywave is great. Their experimental fusion of genres is quite seamless at times. I'm a big fan of their tune 'Golden State.' Other great experimental acts include Caribou (check out his 2010 album, Swim - particularly the songs 'Jamelia' and 'Kaili.' If you're looking for a beautifully strange straddle between spoken word and singing, listen to Listener's song 'Wooden Heart.' In fact, the entire album is great. Lost Animal has a new record, 'Ex Tropical.' His song 'Say No to Thugs' is worth a listen. I'm also a really big fan of The Knife, who also has a new one out, entitled 'Shaking the Habitual.' Most of these mentioned are fused experimentations as well, but center mostly on electronica. If anyone wants suggestions to older music or different styles, just mention it.

By the way, Elbow is great. Their song Switching Off remains my favorite.

In Topic: Favorite groups, artists or styles at the moment?

27 June 2013 - 11:46 AM

I've been jamming to the new Kid Cudi album, indicud. Most of the album is pretty good but he strayed away from his older down to earth style and it leaves me a little disappointed. I've been digging on Trinidad James lately as well but I'd say he has more a novelty feel than a serious feel.

I agree; Kid Cudi's recent album did little for me. Now, Wale's newest record, The Gifted, is pretty decent, particularly songs such as 'LoveHate Thing' featuring Sam Dew, and of course his Rihanna duet, 'Bad,' for which we were already familiar with in a sense.

In Topic: Music Sub-Forum?

27 June 2013 - 10:36 AM

Check out the art section, there's a music subforum. :)

Thank you! Sorry for having missed that.

In Topic: List of awesome horror films please

26 June 2013 - 02:48 PM

When it comes to horror, I prefer the more psychologically-driven tales. Some solid, even underrated suggestions would be Frailty, starring Bill Paxton and Matthew McConahey; Cronenberg's remake of The Fly from 1987 can be quite terrifying. The Gate, featuring a young Stephen Dorff, isn't necessarily psychological in nature, but a great and effective 80's horror film. The Entity, The Horror Show, Identity, Whatever Happened to Baby Jane, John Carpenter Presents Body Bags (great anthology), Videodrome are also all great titles.