Written by David Bosworth
Anyone remember Scary Movie 4? Nope. Me neither. What about Scary Movie 3? The one with Leslie Nielsen as the President and there’s the aliens in the field from ‘Signs’? Struggling to place that one as well Okay. You MUST remember Scary Movie 2 then? Come on, the one with the turkey dinner stuffed with ‘penis’ and vagini’s', served with the small hand! You remember now? You’ll remember the original then. The one that spawned all the aforementioned sequels both good and bad.
Scary Movie 5 falls into the latter category of ‘Bad’! In fact it probably falls into its own category of ‘The Good(1 & 2), The Bad(3 & 4) and the Ugly(5)’ which is why this review was needed to warn the masses that the horror spoof genre has died a gruesome death!
Written by Joe Langham
Before the Spiderman trilogy, Drag Me to Hell and more recently Oz: The Great and Powerful, Sam Raimi stuck to low budget horror films. He made somewhat of a name for himself in 1981 with the influential, brutal and darkly comical Evil Dead, which has garnered a cult following over the years. Step up Fede Alvarez, the young, currently unknown, director of the 2013 Evil Dead remake.
Written by Adam Darbyshire
Big news has been brewing in the Golden Era camp as there has already been mention of another Hilltop Hoods album ‘Walking Under Stars’ hitting our ears in 2013. As usual the guys at Golden Era kick started their year with yet another free mixtape, featuring all the artists on the label. This has happened since 2011 and if you haven’t got these you can head over to their site (www.goldenerarecords.com.au) and pick it up as a free download. This years tape didn’t go live until February, but they didn’t leave fans standing until this, with a golden era appreciation week featuring new music each day from different artists on the label. This week was topped off with an eight minute cypher track featuring all the artists and announcing the newest member of the group K21.
As HHK previously announced, legendary rap crew Demigodz will be releasing their first official album “KILLMatic” on 5th March 2013. The news raised excitement with immediate effect, and only five days after posting the info, I have the first official video from the project titled “Demigodz is Back”. Specifically Apathy, Ryu and Celph Titled feature on Demigodz is Back, and visuals go to Andrew Camacho of Flawless Visuals. I also have the full track listing now which you can view here, and you can also watch Demigodz – Demigodz is Back on the YouTube player below.
1. “Intro” (Giants On The Earth)
2. “Demigodz Is Back” ft Apathy, Ryu & Celph Titled
3. “Dumb High” ft Apathy, Motive, Esoteric, Celph Titled & Open Mic
4. “Never Take Me Out” ft Apathy, Celph Titled & Termanology
5. “Just Can’t Quit” ft Apathy, Celph Titled, Motive, Blacastan, Ryu & Scoop Deville
6. “Worst Nightmare” ft Apathy, Ryu, Blacastan, Esoteric, Motive & Celph Titled
7. “Can’t Fool Me” ft Apathy, Blacastan, Esoteric, Motive, Celph Titled & Eternia
8. “DGZ x NYGz” ft Apathy, Blacastan, Celph Titled & Panchi of NYG’z
9. “Dead In The Middle” ft Ryu, Celph Titled & Apathy
10. “The Gospel According To…” ft Celph Titled, Esoteric, Motive, Blacastan & Planetary of Outerspace
11. “Raiders Cap” ft Apathy, Ryu, Motive & Celph Titled
12. “The Fallen Angels” ft Apathy, Motive & Celph Titled
13. “The Summer Of Sam” ft Apathy, Blacastan, Esoteric, Motive, Ryu & Celph Titled
14. “Tomax & Xamot” ft Apathy & Esoteric
15. “Captain Caveman” ft Apathy, Celph Titled & RA The Rugged Man
16. “Audi 5000” ft Apathy, Celph Titled, Motive, Ryu, Esoteric & Blacastan
We’re only a couple of weeks into the new year, and already Man Bites Dog Records have announced a number of high profile releases planned for 2013. Historically the label are responsible for some great Hip-Hop albums including Vast Aire’s “Ox 2010: A Street Odyssey” and Copywrite’s “God Save the King” amongst others. January 29th will see a new E.P from Vast Aire titled “Space Iliad” which HHK previously reported, has confirmed guest appearances from C-Rayz Walz, Context (UK) and Guilty Simpson amongst others.
Shortly afterwards, March 2013 will see a collaborative album from Eddie P and super producer Harry Fraud titled “Paper, Piff and Polo”, and the confirmed artwork and track listing will be available soon. April marks the biggest month of the calendar year, with Illogic and Blockhead’s “Capture The Sun” followed by Roc Marciano’s debut album “Marci Boucoup”. Look out for a number of high profile collaborations, and of course promotional material ahead of all the releases.