Monday, September 27, 2010

Closer (I) (2004)

The relationships of two couples become complicated and deceitful when the man from one couple meets the woman of the other.

Thursday, September 23, 2010

The Birthday Massacre - Pins and Needles (2O1O)

Tuesday, August 31, 2010

Normand Corbeil - Painful Memories (Heavy Rains OST)

Starting on 26 January 2010, people were able to take part in the Four Days Challenge, which was an online search for the Origami Killer.[38][39] People had to pool ideas and clues in order to find the Origami Killer. When European players registered, they gained access to an exclusive in-game Playstation Home T-shirt. U.S. players were given the chance to get a shirt during the Four Days Challenge.[40] If Week 2 of the challenge was completed successfully, users received a code to play the demo early.[41] If Week 4 of the challenge was completed successfully, users received a code for a free Heavy Rain dynamic theme.

Laura Pausini - It's not good bye

Most of the album's twelve tracks fall in the pop genre, Two of the songs, Love Comes From The Inside and I Do 2 Be are outside pop. Two songs were first released in Italian and Spanish in former albums: It's Not Goodbye and Everyday Is A Monday. The latter was originally written in English and adapted later into Italian and Spanish, though it first released in these languages. Important songwriters appear in the credits of the album, such as Andreas Carlsson, K. C. Porter, but above all longtime Madonna's collaborator Patrick Leonard. The recording company (Atlantic Records) promoted the single Surrender more as a dance song (helped by the several remixes of the song) than a pop song. In this way, Surrender was able to reach #1 in the Billboard's Hot Dance Club Play. The same happened for the second single If that's love. In January 2003 the album was released in Europe as well.

Saturday, August 28, 2010

[Rec 2] with English Subtitle

The action continues from [Rec] (2007), with the medical officer and a SWAT team outfitted with video cameras are sent into the sealed off apartment to control the situation.

Gareth Emery with Emma Hewitt - I Will Be The Same

What a difference a year makes. 12 months ago Garuda was but a word and a concept in the mind of a DJ/Producer. Now it’s a record label, a club night and a rapidly crystallizing sound in its own right. Much the same can be said of its creator, Gareth Emery. This time last year he was a challenger, No.23 in DJ Magazine’s Top 100 chart and starting to put pressure on the established trance hierarchy. This year he’s there, ushered through the door and into the inner sanctum of the world’s Top 10 DJs.