Takashi Miike is back in the horror genre focusing on one of Japan’s most famous ghost stories, Yotsuya Kaidan, and therefore doing what he can do best: providing mind-blowing and extreme cinema.


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throw back thursday: i was the mascot at a highschool that didn’t have any sports

Geez, that guy is totally crazy

gublernation:

throw back thursday: i was the mascot at a highschool that didn’t have any sports

Geez, that guy is totally crazy

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10 Best Movie Fight Scenes Using Filipino Martial Arts

Filipino Martial Arts (FMA) is an extremely deadly martial art. Training usually starts with learning how to use a stick, sword and knife as weapons. Empty hand techniques are taught when proficiency with the stick/sword and knife have been mastered. But even if the practitioner is empty-handed,…

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Pencak Silat

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Thanks to Geek in Heels for posting.

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On April 6 2014, Ultimate Warrior returned to WWE for his induction into the WWE Hall of Fame. Three days later, the iconic Superstar who was born as James Brian Hellwig passed away all of a sudden. Requiescat in pace and thanks for the show.

On April 6 2014, Ultimate Warrior returned to WWE for his induction into the WWE Hall of Fame. Three days later, the iconic Superstar who was born as James Brian Hellwig passed away all of a sudden. Requiescat in pace and thanks for the show.


Harsh Sounds of the Week #2

This week had been clouded by the too soon death of Dave Brokie, who as Oderus Urungus fronted the alien-costumed heavy metal band GWAR during graphic and fake-blood-soaked stage shows for more than three decades. Brockie remained a constant in the band that has had a revolving door of members, including lead guitarist Cory Smoot (34), who was found dead on the band’s tour bus in North Dakota in 2011. GWAR released it’s latest album, Battle Maximus in Septemer 2013 and from this very album I’d like to play a tune as the first entry of this weeks Harsh Sounds of the Week.

Gojira

The band which originates from Bayonne in south-west France was formed in 1996 and had been previously known as Godzilla. Joe Duplantier, the older of the two founding brothers, was also bassist for Cavalera Conspiracy from 2007 to 2008. Their style is not easily classifiable as they blend several styles. Though loosely rooted in (technical) death metal, they are also highly influenced by by thrash, groove and progressive metal. Gojira plays a technical and rhythmic style of heavy metal with precision drumming, unusual rhythm patterns, and start-and-stop riffs. If you are expecting the standard verse, chorus, verse thing you might get the shock of your life as this is the most uncommon way of songwriting to Gojira. Vocals are ranging from screaming to growling and clean parts.

The band is by no means new to me, but they released a new video to their 2012 released album L’Enfant Sauvage.

Hamferð

If you have read last weeks Harsh Sounds of the Week you might remember that I stated that I never had the Faroe Islands on my personal metal map. I have never been so wrong. Ironically I just saw Hamferð which are originating from the Faroe Islands live on wednesday night as the supporting act to Amorphis. Hamferð is a Faroese word that describes the epiphany of dead/missing seamen. Their sluggish, depressive and purely griefing interpretation of doom metal reminded me a lot of a modern version of Forest of Equilibrium by British Doom Metal legends Cathedral. Founded in 2008, this six piece outlet won the Wacken Metal Battle competion at the W:O:A 2012.

Nervosa

Hailing over from São Paulo, all-female Brazillian Thrash Metal band Nervosa have released their debut album Victim of Yourself on March 11. They feature strong influences from classic old-school thrash metal bands, such as Slayer, Sepultura and Exodus, perfectly mixed with original and characteristic features inserted in the songs by each of the bandmembers.


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The smile of a loved one. Your childhood blanket. A handsome bodyguard to take you in his arms. “Security” can mean a lot of things in this crazy life, but nothing says “security” like Tumblr’s two-factor authentication. It’s available as an option in your Settings page as of right now.
You know how you need two keys to launch a nuclear missile? Two-factor authentication works like that. One key is your password, the other key is your cellular phone, and you need both to access your Tumblr Dashboard.
Keep your Dashboard safe and secure, like you do with your nuclear missile. Learn more about two-factor authentication today.

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The smile of a loved one. Your childhood blanket. A handsome bodyguard to take you in his arms. “Security” can mean a lot of things in this crazy life, but nothing says “security” like Tumblr’s two-factor authentication. It’s available as an option in your Settings page as of right now.

You know how you need two keys to launch a nuclear missile? Two-factor authentication works like that. One key is your password, the other key is your cellular phone, and you need both to access your Tumblr Dashboard.

Keep your Dashboard safe and secure, like you do with your nuclear missile. Learn more about two-factor authentication today.

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The Art of Flow. Awesome demonstration of Karambit, Stick and Sword flows by Doug Marcaida of Rochester Kali.


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