If the opportunity presented itself, would you eat human flesh? Only if it was cooked properly and garnished, of course, right? In any respect, many people are uneasy toward the whole eating-your-own-kind thing, with the exception of these dirt bags in Anambra, Nigeria. A restaurant was recently shut down by police because they had roasted human heads on the menu. Read more after the jump.
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See, first trailers are all, “Here’s some footage from this movie that you haven’t seen yet” and people get really excited about it and forget to enjoy the little things. But second trailers, that’s where the real magic happens, like the same jokes from the first trailer, but repackaged with a few other new jokes to make people say things like, “Wow! I hadn’t seen that joke before!” There’s a lot of joy to be taken from movie marketing.
In this latest trailer for 22 Jump Street, we get to witness Jonah Hill and Channing Tatum try out their fake Mexican accents and let’s just say that we honestly thought that we were watching Y Tu Mamá También.
More photos after the jump.
A couple weeks back Mystery Skulls‘ launced their ace new tune, “Ghost” — a vocal synth-pop singalong produced by the accomplished one man band that is Luis Dubuc. Following the single release and video, Dubuc and Warner Bros have commissioned one behemoth of a remix EP released today featuring seven new renditions from an assortment of artists including seasoned producers like Claude VonStroke & Fred Falke and funky up and comers like Solidisco & Viceroy.
The EP runs the gamut from House to Nu Disco to Progressive House, depicting the many angles of interpretation that “Ghost” had on the lineup of remixers. Pick it up on iTunes and stream all seven below.
First single from the radtastic ‘Mesa’ EP (forthcoming on Die High). But not only that, you can download it for your snazzy-ass self for FREE right fucking HERE
Stop the world! This new HARD Miami announcement has made the planet far too amazing for us and we want to get off. When we thought that HARD just about maxed out how incredible they could make line ups, they’ve gone and blown the lid off.
This years Miami Music Week (or whatever the fuck it’s called nowadays) sees the much-anticipated return of HARD Miami as well as the long-awaited comeback of girls in less clothes. Is that a tear in your eye or are you just FUCKING EXCITED to hear all of this? All the deets after the jump.
We love these guys and have done for ages, so when they release a new track you know we’re gonna lose our fucking minds. Check the new remix for The Presets – Goodbye Future and tell us you’re not excited, we dare you. It’s ace. More Wordlife HERE.