Attak (feat. Danny Brown)

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Rustie enlists the bruiser himself, Danny Brown to lend his voice to his new single “Attak” off his upcoming album Green Language. Prepare your self for Danny’s rapid fire rhymes and be sure to buy the Danny Brown “Smokin & Drinkin” EP now featuring remixes by Boys Noize, TroyBoi, Jack Beats and DJ Sliink, smarturl.it/sdmixes now!

Early Morning Rant 2

Disclaimer: I write these past the hour of 3AM and I may not be in my right mind when I do it. It might even be exactly what I think. there is also always the possibility of slight inebriation. forgive me

It should be noted: sororities/fraternities just seem really alienating and manipulative to me. however, I do understand the phenomenal sense of camaraderie and if all goes well, life-long friendships that come from these groups. and sometimes I envy that.

The bitchiest bitches are those not-so-hot girls that get into sororities, because god knows why; and now think they’re hot shit. They get all pretentious off their asses it’s ridiculous. It’s like when a loner kid in school suddenly becomes really popular and you just watch them transform into a douchebag. Yea.(that sorta comes from experience; as in, I was that kid) These girls are the worst, because not only have they gained this false sense of acceptance, they’ve now conformed their personalities to become stuck-up bitches that think everything should live up to them, complaining, whining about literally everything. And they are the ones who seem to talk the most about their sororities,  because they actually think they are now part of the clique that they oh so aspired to want to be in all throughout high school. Now that they are part of the group, they act accordingly, mimicking what American films have told them sorority girls are like.

On the other hand, extremely hot girls who may have been stuck-up bitches in middle/high school can end up being pretty down to earth and cool because… idk tbh. But it’s interesting.

also the best type of people are the super intimidating tatted up, leather jacket, 20 piercings type people who are actually really nice and overall good humans. This, as well as the guys who submit to the ‘bro-stereotype’(you know, boat shoes, sunglasses, tanktop), yet are hilarious as fuck and really just un-hateable.

wow I’m shallow

early morning rant rant greek life my opinion

UNDER THE SKIN (2013)
108 minutes of true awe. The first half of this film is GOAT quality cinema. it is that good. Kubrick-esque. Beautiful cinematography is coupled with a writing/direction flow that I adore and hope to one day possess even an inkling of. It’s outstanding. Thematically, visually, sonically - that score fits perfect too. The performance by Johansson is just stunning. Her face, it’s good at acting yo. There is actually a 31 MINUTE PERIOD where her character says absolutely nothing. nada. The main character has no lines for a good portion of the 2nd act. It furthers my personal belief that though she is a mainstream actress(and sort of decorated?), Johansson is still underrated. 
UNDER THE SKIN is a sci-fi/thriller/drama fable journey that hinges on the journey of the human experience in an erotic and frighteningly real fashion. It’s relatable, original, goddamn, this was just.. I don’t know, I guess not really understanding it fully makes it even more appealing to me. Or maybe I do understand it. A lot of people might think that it’s just a convoluted art film when I say that. That, some people just won’t “get it” enough to enjoy it. Unfortunately, that’s exactly what I mean. And maybe it is pretentious, but that pretentiousness is precisely deserving in this film. The quality of a masterwork like this earns the right to be. It’s an experience, sort of like Gravity(2014). You just sink into the film and let your mind settle into the world of the film, ready to collide with the meaningful meanings you let yourself find meaning in.I did not expect this. I didn’t watch the trailer, and had never even heard of the movie. I was just watching Lost in Translation again a few nights ago and scrolled through Scarlett Johansson’s IMDB when I saw this film listed. It’s all unknown actors except for Johansson. And then holy fuck once you watch the film and then read the wikipedia to find out how production was like and stuff, it’s just chilling and incredible. They used real people and hidden cameras in some scenes.
bottom line, UNDER THE SKIN gets under your skin.

I think I really liked this movie. Twas fantastic. safe bet I’m gonna watch this again. 9.9/10
If you’ve ever wondered ‘hmm do I like the same type of films as raymondalmond?’ then watch this. This and DRIVE (2011). it’s not for everyone.

UNDER THE SKIN (2013)

108 minutes of true awe. The first half of this film is GOAT quality cinema. it is that good. Kubrick-esque. Beautiful cinematography is coupled with a writing/direction flow that I adore and hope to one day possess even an inkling of. It’s outstanding. Thematically, visually, sonically - that score fits perfect too. The performance by Johansson is just stunning. Her face, it’s good at acting yo. There is actually a 31 MINUTE PERIOD where her character says absolutely nothing. nada. The main character has no lines for a good portion of the 2nd act. It furthers my personal belief that though she is a mainstream actress(and sort of decorated?), Johansson is still underrated. 

UNDER THE SKIN is a sci-fi/thriller/drama fable journey that hinges on the journey of the human experience in an erotic and frighteningly real fashion. It’s relatable, original, goddamn, this was just.. I don’t know, I guess not really understanding it fully makes it even more appealing to me. Or maybe I do understand it. A lot of people might think that it’s just a convoluted art film when I say that. That, some people just won’t “get it” enough to enjoy it. Unfortunately, that’s exactly what I mean. And maybe it is pretentious, but that pretentiousness is precisely deserving in this film. The quality of a masterwork like this earns the right to be. It’s an experience, sort of like Gravity(2014). You just sink into the film and let your mind settle into the world of the film, ready to collide with the meaningful meanings you let yourself find meaning in.

I did not expect this. I didn’t watch the trailer, and had never even heard of the movie. I was just watching Lost in Translation again a few nights ago and scrolled through Scarlett Johansson’s IMDB when I saw this film listed. It’s all unknown actors except for Johansson. And then holy fuck once you watch the film and then read the wikipedia to find out how production was like and stuff, it’s just chilling and incredible. They used real people and hidden cameras in some scenes.

bottom line, UNDER THE SKIN gets under your skin.

I think I really liked this movie. Twas fantastic. safe bet I’m gonna watch this again. 9.9/10

If you’ve ever wondered ‘hmm do I like the same type of films as raymondalmond?’ then watch this. This and DRIVE (2011). it’s not for everyone.

under the skin scarlett johansson jonathan glazer walter campbell michael faber film great movie