I thought about some of the best horror games I’ve played. How horror video games get under your skin and Little Nightmares.
If we are talkin’ Coen Brothers soundtracks, O Brother, Where Art Thou is second only to The Big Lebowski.
20 tracks of reinvented Sturgill Simpson and Sunday Valley songs, because Sturgill Simpson is a bit of a cosmic gift to country music.
Why can’t we have a game where people are just nice to each other?!?!? Which brings me to Cozy Grove.
Since this is going to be a big summer, this weekend will be spent doing the usual Safe At Home kinda stuff (since we still have to get to there from here).
I’m playing Hades and it deserves a full write-up. I don’t have time, so know that Epic Games Store has The Fall as this week’s free game.
Marvel’s Avengers just announced that they will Implement New Game+…I didn’t know they hadn’t.
To make the double feature work, I will do my typical track by track, but do a little comparison between the two Blonde on Blonde albums.
Going back and digging out games that I had intended to beat, but never, did with Hand of Fate and Ruiner
2001: A Space Odyssey is known for is the use of the music in scenes instead of dialog. Kubrick let the music accompany the imagery.
Content warning, I guess. Blood. A lot of it. I’d say something about this being a good sign but… well, I said that about Cyberpunk 2077’s delay last year too.