Top 25 Movies of 2012 (and bottom 4)

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1. Skyfall
2. The Raid: Redemption
3. Argo
4. The Grey
5. The Expendables 2
6. Lawless
7. 21 Jumpstreet
8. Goon
9. The Cabin in the Woods
10. Django Unchained
11. Taken 2
12. Moonrise Kingdom
13. Tinker Tailor Soldier Spy
14. Jeff Who Lives at Home
15. Haywire
16. The Woman in Black
17. The Amazing Spider-Man
18. The Dark Knight Rises
19. Dredd 3D
20. Sleepwalk With Me
21. Looper
22. The Master
23. Killing Them Softly
24. Jack Reacher
25. This is 40



And the shitty ones:
4. Man with the Iron Fists
3. Abraham Lincoln: Vampire Hunter
2. Ghost Rider: Spirit of Vengeance
1. Chronicle

Releases Worth Getting August 14, 2012

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Anvil: Still Going Strong
Masked Intruder: S/T

Community: The Complete Third Season
The Raid: Redemption
Dexter: The Sixth Season
The Royal Tenenbaums
Godzilla Vs. Megalon
Paradise Lost 3: Purgatory
Happy Endings: Seasons 1 & 2
Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles Season 10: The Complete Final Season
New Jack City
Jeff Ross Roasts America

Top Movies and Music of the first half of 2012

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I was going to space this out and post it through the week, but fuck it, I’ve got a lot of reviews that need posting. So here’s the top movies and music for the first half of 2012!

Top 10 Movies – First half of 2012:

1. The Raid: Redemption
2. The Grey
3. 21 Jumpstreet
4. The Cabin in the Woods
5. Tinker Tailor Soldier Spy
6. Jeff Who Lives at Home
7. Haywire
8. The Woman in Black
9. Men In Black 3
10. The Dictator

Top 15 Albums – First half of 2012:

1. John K. Samson: Provincial
2. Rational Anthem: Sensitivity Training
3. Sick Sick Birds: Gates of Home
4. Like Bats: Midwest Nothing
5. Teenage Bubblegums: Learn From Yesterday, Live For Today, Pray For Tomorrow
6. The Hextalls: Rock You To Sleep
7. Gentleman Jesse: Leaving Atlanta
8. Delay: Rushing Ceremony
9. Mean Jeans: On Mars
10. Fear of Lipstick: Seasons
11. Mud Morganfield: Son of the Seventh Son
12. The 20Belows: Late Nights
13. Accept: Stalingrad
14. Batfoot!: Brain Dead
15. The Headies: Meta-Pop

Top 10 EPs – First half of 2012:

1. Mixtapes: Somewhere In Trinsic
2. Prabu Pramayougha: YA!
3. Irish Handcuffs: Stubbs
4. Keystone Kids: things Get Shaky
5. The Bat Bites: Take It, It’s Free EP
6. The Zits: Breakout
7. Crimes: Fluffy EP
8. Muncie Girls: Same Titles
9. American Lies: Listen, That’s Disco!
10. Masked Intruder: First Offense

Top 5 Splits – First half of 2012:

1. Sister Kisser/Rumspringer
2. Dan Vapid and the Cheats/Jetty Boys
3. The Headies/The Boys Club – Imposters
4. Mikey Erg/Alex Kerns
5. Unfun/Muhammad Ali

Top 5 Singles – First half of 2012:

1. Big Eyes: Back From The Moon
2. Smokejumper: Bear Attack
3. House Boat” 21st Century Breakroom
4. Be My Doppelganger: You’re Always Right & Downtown
5. Smokejumper: Saturday Night Bonfire Beach Party

REVIEW: The Raid: Redemption

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I like action movies, I love martial arts movies, but rarely does one come along that just leaves me blown away. It’s been seven years since ‘Tom yum goong’ did that so I was ready to be wowed again. Well The Raid: Redemption did not disappoint. Gareth Evans wrote and directed this and it stars a bunch of guys who I’d like to see get their own movies. Basically what we’ve got here is a task force comes down on an apartment building which is controlled by a crime lord, their object is to put a giant dent on crime in the region by arresting as many baddies as they can and take down the big man. Shit goes wrong pretty quickly and they find themselves in a fight for their lives. As many action movies, there’s not a real intricate plot, but there’s a few twists that I won’t give away here, instead I’ll focus on the meat of the movie, the action. This has some of the best fight scenes I’ve seen in years. Cops vs apartment gangs with machetes, amazing hand to hand fights, with crazy throws everywhere, and some of the best martial arts with guns moves I’ve ever seen. The movie is pretty violent to say the least, though it’s not a total gore fest, there’s plenty of cringe moments, and there is for sure lots of shots to the heads shows, but they also know you can’t just throw gore at people all the time or it’ll get boring, so there’s plenty of cuts that let your brain do the effects work for you. There’s great use of the various floors of the building along with pretty much anything they can find, I think during the entire movie there’s maybe three minutes where there isn’t something happening. There was one fight in particular I almost gave a standing ovation to right in the middle of the theater. I’m glad to see the success of this movie hasn’t gone unnoticed. The original title of this was simply The Raid, but you may have noticed it was changed and added the Redemption part. This is due to the fact that we are now going to get a trilogy, which I’m thrilled about. However success isn’t always all good, even though the movie is pretty new they’re already attempting to do a U.S. remake, which I am not so thrilled about. If you like action and martial arts movies this is a total must see for you. Fans of Jackie Chan and Tony Jaa sink your teeth into the Raid as soon as possible.

Get The Raid: Redemption from Amazon HERE


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