Sunday, August 30, 2015

R.I.P. Wes Craven

Wes Craven, the famed maestro of horror known for the Nightmare on Elm Street and Scream franchises, died Sunday after a battle with brain cancer. He was 76.Craven’s first feature film was The Last House on the Left, which he wrote, directed and edited in 1972. A rape-revenge movie, it appalled some viewers but generated big box office. Next came another film he wrote and helmed, The Hills Have Eyes (1977).Craven re-invented the youth horror genre in 1984 with the classic A Nightmare on Elm Street, which he wrote and directed.Craven directed several other thrillers and horror movies during his career, including Swamp Thing (1982), Deadly Friend (1986) and The People Under the Stairs (1991).He had an eye for discovering talent. While casting A Nightmare on Elm Street, he discovered Johnny Depp. He cast Sharon Stone in her first starring role, for Deadly Blessing, and he gave Bruce Willis his first featured role in an episode of the 1980s version of The Twilight Zone. R.I.P. to a legend.

WU: The Story of the Wu-Tang Clan (2008)

Saturday, August 29, 2015

Thursday, August 27, 2015

Verbal Abuse:RZA - "4th Chamber"

Aiyyo, camoflouge chameleon, ninjas scalin' your buildin'/ No time to grab the gun, they already got your wife and children/ A hit was sent from the President to rage your residence/ Because you had secret evidence and documents/ On how they raped the continents and it's the prominent Dominant Islamic, Asiatic black hebrew/ The year two thousand and two, the battle's filled with the Wu/ Six million devils just died from the Bubonic Flu/ Or the Ebola Virus, under the reign of King Cyrus/ You can see the weakness of a man right through his iris/ Un-loyal snakes get thrown in boilin' lakes Of hot oil/ it boils your skin, chickenheads gettin' slim Like Olive Oyl/ only plant the seed deep inside fertile soil/ Fortified with essential, vitamin and mineral/ Use the sky for a blanket, stuffin' clouds inside my pillow/ Rollin' with the lands The tribe's a hundred and forty four thousand chosen/ Protons electrons always cause explosions/-RZA - "4th Chamber" off the GZA lp "Liquid Swords"

Sicarii "Tomorrow is a lie" (Album link)

Tracklist 1 Born to Use Mikest 2 Armor of God (feat. Bishop) 3 Da Arkitect 4 Let Me Tell U Something 5 Homicide / Michael (Interlude) [feat. Tame One & Vorheez] 6 Trial By Fire 7 Hands in the Sky (feat. Trouble T) 8 S.O.N.S. 9 Unbreakable (feat. Rockoleone & Joe Young) 10 Hopesick 11 Angels & Demons 12 Dead Rabbits (feat. Dia Diesel & Legendary Axe) 13 Insanity 14 Always / His Life (Interlude) 15 Fear No Man (But Allah) [feat. Frank White, Tableek & Blacastan] 16 Hero vs. Villain (Bonus Track) Yeah,this is fam right here,but fuck it,dope is dope.Just download this shit and digest this real hip hop. http://www.mediafire.com/download/57gdqgjjvob9i3n/Sicarii_-_Tomorrow_Is_A_Lie_%282012%29.zip

Wednesday, August 26, 2015

DJ Mellow V (interview)

Where are you from? Born and raised in Springfield ma When did you start djing,and what/who inspired you? I started djing when I was 15 back in 2005,but I've always been around it since I was born.my uncles were a big influence,they were DJs and real heavy into music with a wide range from clubhouse,reggae,hip hop and r&b. What do you think about the 413 hip hop scene? There's a lot of great talent in 413 a Lil bit of everything.413 is like a melting pot of everything dope in hip hop,u got cats who move up here from the south and bring that flavor,NYC cats bring theirs and on and on.we're unique What was the first vinyl you ever bought? 1st vinyl I ever bought was Smif N Wessuns 12' for Sound Bwoy Bureill,still one of my favorite joints to cut up. What are your top 5 albums of all time? Hmmm top 5 albums damn tough one...black moon enta DA stage, redman dare iz a dark side,smif n wessun dah shinin,big pun capital punishment,Pete rock and cl smooth mecca and the soul brother I got so many tho Who are your top 5 djs? Kid Capri,jazzy Jeff,preemo,funk flex,red alert What was the last hip hop album you bought? Last hip hop album I bought was run dmcs essentials been going back to a lot of 80s joints like LL's Bad,mc shan,etc love the energy and beats those old joints had that raw boom bap. DJ premier or Pete Rock? Maaaan the million dollar question...I love both those dudes but aaaaaaa...damn...preemo lol What are you working on now and when will it be available? Right now I'm working on a mix that's strictly for the whip.something to ride to,I don't really like to say when I ll drop it but keep ur eyes open for it.I like to treat my mixes like thanksgiving turkey it has to b just right b4 I present it.I'm picky. Where can people find you and your mixes? you can find me on twitter @theabbot90,IG:Mellowvon,Soundcloud:DJ mellow v and on mixcrate search for DJ mellow v

Sunday, August 23, 2015

Wes Craven "When heaven and hell collide (intro)" (Gun City Entertainment)

Sean Price - Songs in the key of price

Ive been a fan of Ruk aka Sean Price since Heltah Skeltah's debut album Nocturnal dropped on June 18th 1996,so im not just saying this because he's no longer with us,but this shit is his best work,no bullshit.This is better than Mic Tyson (and that was fire). Standout tracks:"brazil","Garbanzo Beans","Breeze",and "Planet Apes". Rest in Peace Sean Price,you went out with a fuckin bang.

TOP 15 Horror Movie Masks

Fucked up,but hilarious...





If i did some shit like this to my grandfather,i wouldnt have lived to see this video.

Lights Out (A short horror film).



This shit is crazy...

Best of Movie Decapitations

THE GAME OF DEATH ORIGINAL CUT

The Original Cut of "The Game of Death" that Bruce Lee had Directed, Written and Produced. Would he not have died and been able to complete the movie it would have went down in History as One of if Not The Greatest Martial Arts Movie Ever. The Idea was to show the most famous and respected martial art styles put to the test against Bruce Lee's Un-Orthodox Style Jeet Kun Do going from level to level...

Craven's Favorite Hip Hop Intro's

Craven's favorite horror flicks

Top 5 Best/Worst Wu Tang Albums

Saturday, August 22, 2015

The logo...


Todays fuckery award goes to...

Todays fuckery award goes to...

Fantasic Fuckery

EVERYBODY involved with this movie should slit their fuckin wrists...TODAY. Thats my review.

Straight out of compton

This movie was dope as fuck! This was nothing like Notorious and the aaliyah movie (which were both fuckin awful and far from accurate)

Real Talk

Success is not measured by what you accomplish, but by the opposition you have encountered, and the courage with which you have maintained the struggle against overwhelming odds


If you didnt write it...


If you dont write your shit,dont call yourself an emcee..YOU ARE NOT.

Craven "Self Medication" (intro)

Heisenberg,with the rison reserve/ hot tea with the stevia you might get served/ thats my word/ the prestine dream team/ of the 413 scene/ wes craven the guillotine/ decapitatin self esteem/ this is east coast,no codeine lean/ non believers/ but they still rockin that gold jesus/ 3-D features of a fetus/ G.C.,you been seen us/ if your present is your past,then your future is fucked/ razor tag,blood splash,alcohol in the cut/ moment of silence/ recognize the 413 giants/ its the creepshow,its about to get violent/ full force on some torture shit/ bloodstained floors,rotten corpse stench/ livin abortions,unfortunate/ horrorcore shit/ the next ass whippin/ blood on my knife from the last victim/ i walk slow,but i cover mad distance/ aint no holdin back/ ever since the backpack with the broken strap/ focused on rap/ official throwback/ prescription notepad for my prozac/ my life was crazy/ like a screenplay written by scorsese/ my mom raised satans baby/ i think about it daily/ the sun rises with a scripture/ but the sunsets with some liquor/ cigar lit as i look through old pictures/ im a prisoner of my past/ keep emotions behind a mask/ watchin my daughters grow so fast/ for the the record/ my feelings disconnected/ just respect it/ a mind full of love and hate/ sometimes we self medicate/ to cure the sickness that our minds create/