“Justice is Lost … Justice is Raped … Justice is Gone”

Metallicas fourth album takes on the oppression of the system. The System that you were told was for your protection. On this track they make the case against the justice system. That it’s not so much about justice for you as it is for those with money and lawyer against lawyer. The lines “Apathy their stepping stone, So unfeeling, Hidden deep animosity, So deceiving” says it all.

3/10 … So I´m on a 1980’s T&A comedy bender right now, but crap like this is what can take me out of it and go on to the next topic. Extremely bad acting of 99% of the cast, slipping on banana peel comedy, boring as shit main girl and holier-tha-thou Scott (James Daughton), a director who doesn’t know when to end a scene or hide the boom microphone from being visible. Not even the nudity (or lack of) can save this one. Fuck this movie! Avoid!

6/10 … Meep is the host of this podcast, and he is a very nice and warm host with a passion for 1980’s movies. And I really like people who’s not pretentious and can have a teen comedy on top of his best list and don’t feel the need to have something ”Oscars” there. When he’s joined by Jon Donahue it’s where it shines. Funny comments back and forth and both really passioned about movies. With that said, some episodes are unlistenable, like when he has his friend Jeffrey joining him. Try to listen to Episode 53: 1979 Movie Favourites, he has absolutly nothing to say and I couldn’t even finish the episode.


4/10 … Gather around the campfire, and hearthe tale of Madman Marz – an ill-tempered farmer who, one dark night, chopped up his wife and two children into pieces. When the locals learned of his heinous crimes, they exacted revenge – sinking an axe into his head and hanging him from a nearby tree. But the next day, Marz’s body was gone…