We arrive at the penultimate episode of the season, famously anticipated as the best each year. And I am not happy!
!! This post contains SPOILERS for the BOOKS and the TV SHOW up until this point !!5 Comments
Some kids grew up with Star Wars, some with Pokémon. Others with Harry Potter. While I love all of these things, I grew up in the time of dinosaurs. Dinosaurs dominated. They were everywhere: The Land Before Time, We’re Back!, Disney’s Dinosaurs, Dinosaurs Before Dark, Turok, Dino Crisis and of course… Jurassic Park.
It was the first adult novel I read. In the way that kids would later recite the Pokédex, I prided myself in my knowledge of all the different dinosaurs and the eras they lived in. My room held a respectable collection of dinosaur figurines, and velociraptor decals loomed menacingly from my walls. The first major piece I performed in an orchestra was the Jurassic Park theme.
Dinosaurs were kind of a big deal.
Then, at some point, a Jurassic Park movie sucked. We found out that dinosaurs had feathers, and nobody knew what to think about that. I think someone suggested the idea of a T-Rex with a peacock fan, and literally everyone lost interest.
Except for some dude who, for whatever reason, began fantasizing about Gay Billionaire Dinosaurs In My Butt. I don’t even know.
Dinosaurs faded from memory, banished to the underworld of Weird Fucking Erotica. Until now, apparently?
With the release of Jurassic World fast approaching (are you hype? I’m hype!), dinosaurs are popping up everywhere. It’s not just Jurassic World – there’s been an insurgence of dinosaur game releases coming up and now, even Pixar’s announced a dinosaur film. If that doesn’t bring dinosaurs back, I don’t know what will!
You know what this means. It’s time to put your zombies and sparkling vampires back on the shelf. Dinosaurs are back in fashion!
People of my generation! Ready to get your dinosaur on? Here’s a sample of what’s coming up.1 Comments
While we still have a bit to wait for Xenoblade X to make it stateside, here’s a few hours worth of music to mull you over. Spanning four discs and 55 tracks, this soundtrack is no joke.
It’s composed by Hiroyuki Sawano, who you may recognize from the wildly popular Attack on Titan series. Every track is full of chest thumping hype hype hype! with a few surprises thrown in – I swear they’ve got Mike Shinoda rapping in the battle them. Is it just me?
There is an unusual amount of vocals happening here, but I think they’ll fit right in with the open-world approach they’re taking to the game. I’m down with jamming out to some Japanese Linkin Park while I fly around in a robot. Why not?
Here’s a few of my favorite tracks so far. As you should with pretty much the whole soundtrack, listen to it loud with plenty of bass. Get ready to feel like a bad ass!0 Comments
Another week, another Game of Thrones! Season 5, Episode 6: Unbowed, Unbent, Unbroken. Well, fuck that title right back! Am I right?
After making me laugh, roll my eyes, and cheer, this episode ultimately hit me hard in the gut. I just have to talk about it.
!! This post contains SPOILERS for both the BOOKS and the TV SHOW !!