Bleach OST and Some Who

I’m not really up for talking much lately, in fact I can’t work up any motivation to type up anything. So I don’t have much to say on this post, but I really wanted to share my love with the Bleach soundtrack and some Doctor Who music videos. So enjoy~


Bite them! Poke them! Torture and gore them! Bug them! Tease them! Mess with their heads! Slaughter, gore them. Slitter and wear them. Burn them – grill them! Rattle their bones! Bite them! Eat them! Torture and Beat them! Maim them! Kill them! Cut off their heads! Slay them! Flay them! Wither and pull them! Dance on their graves ’cause now they’re dead!




Cometh the Hour of our Reckoning, we will be ready
Cometh the Man who will Fight beside me and be steady
Cometh the Angel, the messenger from Hell we dreaded
Cometh the Devil’s disciples, so we must be ready

My heart is strong, my faith goes on, but if my world is threatened,
I’ll fight the fight, they’ll pay the price, their blood will flow with vengeance!
The dogs of war will rip apart hostility unbounded,
And to the end our guns will roar until the enemy is

To the point of no return
Beg for mercy, scum of Satan
Lucifer’s a corpse in waiting!


For every man there is a cause which he would proudly die for.
Defend the right to have a place for which he can belong to.
And if we go and fight, we face their hearts in desperation.
And shed his blood to stem the flood of an impending invasion.


I can tell you’ve never been true to me
I can smll that you’re acting so fearfully
I can hear what you’re hoping I want to hear
I can feel the alarm bells ringing in me
I can touch but I know you don’t feel a thing
I can pray but I know you commit a sin
I can sense now it’s all become clear to see
You’re no good, and you mean no good, treacherously.


And here’s some Who by KatrinDepp



A Movie Review on “Cherobyl Diaries” and…Stuff

I so totally got my cousin into horror movies. Surprisingly enough, the gateway movie was Paranormal Activity. Anyway, she wanted to go see¬† Chernobyl Diaries, a particularly intriguing background setting and plot for a horror flick. If you have no idea what I’m talking about, here’s a short summary of Chernobyl’s infamy:

The Chernobyl disaster was a catastrophic nuclear accident that occurred on 26 April 1986 at the Chernobyl Nuclear Power Plant in Ukraine (then officially Ukrainian SSR), which was under the direct jurisdiction of the central authorities of the Soviet Union. An explosion and fire released large quantities of radioactive contamination into the atmosphere, which spread over much of Western USSR and Europe. It is widely considered to have been the worst nuclear power plant accident in history, and is one of only two classified as a level 7 event on the International Nuclear Event Scale (the other being the Fukushima Daiichi nuclear disaster in 2011). The battle to contain the contamination and avert a greater catastrophe ultimately involved over 500,000 workers and cost an estimated 18 billion rubles, crippling the Soviet economy.

So onto the movie. The trailers led me to believe that this was a ghost story, but it is most certainly not. Think Resident Evil, minus the action and special effects. While the initial plot behind the whole movie is pretty cool, I thought the actual sequence of events was pretty lame, as was the ending. Personally, I would have been more content with a ghost story.

Also, you sort of have to piece together what’s going on, it never fully explains much of anything. While I get the gist of everything, there’s still a lot that was left unexplained that I would have liked elaboration on. I’ll probably leave this at a 6/10, because let’s face it, there are a lot of horrible Horror movies out there, and this one was a lot better than the crap I’ve watched. Still, besides the whole ‘pop out and scare the Sh*t out of you’ factor, there isn’t really much scariness to this.

Here’s the trailer:

And then, while I searched for that link, I found this:

Added it to my ipod. New favorite song. Speaking of songs, are you ready to feel the jealously? Yeah, because I went and saw Yanni live. That’s right…you have no idea what I’m talking about, do you? Well, educate yourself. Oh, and here’s a tidbit.

And for finally making it to the end, here’s your prize. An awkward photo of me and my cousin.


Love Never Dies…Well, Actually, It Does


The other half of my soul, Maria, gets me addicted to so many awesome things: one of them being The Phantom of the Opera: Love Never Dies. God, the music is absolutely gorgeous, and it’s interesting how Andrew Lloyd Webber altered the opera-esque tone of the songs to something…more. I’m no music buff, so I really don’t know the terminology for this kind of stuff, but the instruments portray the the scenes and characters so well. And FINALLY we get some hot Phantom/Christine action! I mean, come on, there’s a song about them making love. It doesn’t get much better than that. And Christine finally grows some backbone instead of acting like a delirious schoolgirl. The only downside to all this is the horrid ending…well, it’s not too bad, but I definitely don’t like it.

Here’s a quick summary of it, if you’re interested:

Ten years after the events at the Paris Opera, The Phantom, the creator and owner of Phantasma (Coney Island) is tortured by the absence of Christine and longs to hear her again. He sends her an invitation to Coney Island to make her American debut. She accepts without knowing the sender and comes with her husband Raoul (Vicount de Chagny) and her son (Gustave). But secrets are unveiled, because apparently Christine had a tryst with the Phantom, intent on staying with him rather than Raul. The Phantom, however, afraid of the morning after, ran away to America with Madam Giry and Meg. It is now that Christine sees him once more that the question of Gustave’s parentage comes into question, as does Christine’s ultimate love.

Enjoy the embedded Youtube clips I planted below~

Oh, how I adore Ramin’s Phantom. He just portrays him so well, and the essence of chemistry between him and Sierra is BAM!

Two Bad Ass Songs

Anyone here watch Ghost Ship once upon a time? Well if you did, there’s a 95% chance that your favorite scene was the same as mine-the massacre scene. If you know what I’m talking about, then you must remember how cool that song was, right? Well, even if you have no idea what I’m babbling on about, here it is- My Little Box by John Frizzell (who, by the way,also did the soundtrack for Legion):

This song is just so…I don’t know, words can’t really describe it. That, and if you have good bass, you could pop out some Ecstasy and open a nightclub in your room easy enough.

The other song isn’t really that bad ass, but I thought it was sort of pretty. It’s one of the songs featured in The Hunger Games, Abraham’s Daughter by Arcade Fire:

Can Anyone Say Amazing?

I can. I just thought I should spread her fame just a tad bit more:

It’s a cover of The Hanging Tree from The Hunger Games series. It was put together by the talented Adriana (aka adrisaurus), and I have to say, it’s quite haunting. Her other covers are pretty good, but I maintain this one’s her best.