Flush It Friday: The Doggening

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June is fully upon us. Wherever you are in this world, the weather is likely hot, terrible, and approaching another completely miserable summer (or whatever season it is in Australia). That’s why Friday is so important. You’ve shown this terrible world that another week hasn’t beaten you down. Now get in here, flush this Friday, and let me explain the hideous header image.

If there’s one thing you can say about your ol’ pal Stockhausen, it’s that he is a friend to the doggos. Good Boys big and Good Boys small, I will gladly scratch behind any and all ears. Except exactly two sets of ears: the ears of Stupid Dog and Whiny Dog.

Lady Stockhausen and I just moved, and moving is never a casual undertaking. We also have the wee baby Stockhausen, who adds a considerable amount to our daily routine, especially when moving and unpacking. We also have a Very Good Dog, and any very good dog will have a bit of an adjustment time when moving. So you can imagine our frustration when, about a week after we moved in, my mother-in-law informed us we would be dog sitting her two dogs, Stupid Dog and Whiny Dog, for four days.

Whiny Dog has some hobbies that keep her busy. She loves whimpering loudly for hours without any reason at all, despite repeated pettings and constant attention. She also loves barking insanely the red hot second she can’t maintain direct visual confirmation of a human being’s existence. Stupid Dog (pictured horribly above), whom I also affectionately call Warthog Dumpster Rat, has different hobbies. She absolutely loves all forms of extreme breathing; wheezing, hacking, groaning, snorting, you name it. She does that for seconds on end before immediately switching to her other hobby, which is barking wildly at the nearest corner of the room any time absolutely anything happens. Maybe the air conditioning turned on. Maybe someone started a car six houses down the block. Maybe I turned my head too quickly. These dogs’ hobbies are particularly great when the wee baby Stockhausen is napping. It’s also great when they anxiously chew giant holes in one of the doors in our new house! Meanwhile, Very Good Dog is relaxing across the room, basking in her angelic goodness, wondering what the hell is wrong with these two dumb idiots.

Anyway, it’s Friday. Warthog Dumpster Rat and Whiny Dog are back home and out of our lives. We, and the wee baby Stockhausen, can sleep in peace. In the depths of my despair, I asked the fine folk of the Toilet ov Hell Social Club to provide me with righteous tunes to help me cope with Stupid Dog and Whiny Dog. And as always, the Toilet delivered fantastic music all week long. Join us on Facebook (“Join the Group” link at the top of the page) to check out the Whiny Dog/Stupid Dog playlist thread, and check out the Weekly Wipe playlist below. Keep both playlists in mind next time you need to cope with some stupid animal or coworker’s face. Take a good open swim in the comments below, and we’ll see you tomorrow.

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  • Howard Dean
    • Jerry Horne

      I saw this tour. It really was one big party.

      • Howard Dean

        Awesome. Would’ve loved to see the like of DLR, Van Halen, Motley Crue, W.A.S.P, etc back in the 80’s.

        • Jerry Horne

          I saw Van Hagar(not by choice, part of Monsters Of Rock) rather than classic VH, but all the others? Yep.

          • Janitor Jim Duggan

            You saw the 1988 Monsters of Rock tour? Lucky. Was Kingdom Come any good?

          • Jerry Horne

            The only good thing about Foxboro forcing them to cut time from the show was that Kingdom Come did not play at all and, if they had, I would’ve gone in late.

          • Janitor Jim Duggan

            You must not like them.

          • Jerry Horne

            You would be correct.

        • Guppusmaximus

          Saw MC (Dr. Feelgood) w/ Warrant but I only got to see Van Hagar. However, AIC (Facelift) opened up for them so that was Amazeballs m/ m/
          Not on your list – I saw KISS (Crazy Nights) w/ Ted Nugent.

          • Janitor Jim Duggan

            I have Crazy Nights on cassette and picture disc vinyl.

          • Guppusmaximus

            I’m almost certain they were selling this one at the show but you know how memories go considering it was probably being sold at every record store back in the day:)
            http://shop.totallyvinyl.com/img/uploads/images/kiss/KISS_CRAZY_NIGHTS_USA_PICTURE_DISC_LP.jpg

          • Janitor Jim Duggan

            That’s the one I own.

          • Jerry Horne

            I saw original KISS w/Nugent in Summer 2000.

          • Guppusmaximus

            That was their big reunion tour, wasn’t it?

          • Jerry Horne

            1st reunion tour was 1996. I saw them twice in 1998 for Psycho Circus and again in 2000.

    • Guppusmaximus
    • NDG

      It still blows my mind that this was the height of popular music in the mid-80s. So good.

  • Hans

    The Extended Mix of this is no less funny. Glad you’re resting in peace again though. I would’ve yelled at them and made things worse I think.

    Good:
    – highlights in this playlist: Maggot Heart, Rope Sect, Druid (thanks to Richter and the Podcast Poopers)
    – found out Conan and Monolord will be playing here… in October, but I’d rather learn sooner than later
    – a sweet haul is on the way
    – third beer

    Bad: Third beer is last beer.

    • Only thre beers? Might as well end your life. Sheesh.

    • Stockhausen

      Oh, there was plenty of yelling. I held off admirably, but caved to shouting around the second day when they chewed up the door.
      Savor the beer!

  • Hans

    Oh, also good: F Is For Family on Netflix.

    • Janitor Jim Duggan

      That show is so good.

  • JWG

    Very Good: I am at UVIC, minutes away from the start of Keith Khan-Harris’s opening keynote for Boundraries and Ties (ISMMS 2017 Metal Conference). I won’t be live-blogging or live-Tweeting while at the Conference, but I will take notes so that I can provide a summary post-Conference.

    Most of the Conference has two tracks, so I’ll get at most 50% of it. I’m planning on going with the 50% that I find more interesting, and I hope that if I manage to put together my notes in a readable narrative format you’ll agree.

    The fact that the Conference is about metal communities is most interesting, I think, given that social media (especially Twitter) seems to be lit up right now by an argument over whether or not it’s even appropriate to think of metal as having a ‘community’ beyond the practitioners (though, full disclosure: I think you have to appeal to some massive non-sequiturs to even try to justify the stance that it isn’t appropriate to speak of ‘community’ in metal).

    Also Good: The t-shirt that I added to my pre-order of the Blu-Ray for Jill Sixx’s short film The Stylist came early. Here’s the most recent image.

    https://twitter.com/JWEG79/status/873264228768952320

    Bad but Maybe Fixed: I’ve been dealing with weird stomach and abdominal issues since my surgery just over a year ago, some of which was diagnosed not that long ago as a systemic staph that my GP doesn’t think worth treating since it’s not MRSA.

    Just this last week I was also found to have an overabundance of h. pylori that will be treated. Hopefully the antibiotic course will also impact that other diagnosis, as even though Dr. B didn’t do anything about it it apparently can respond to the same medication.

    Also hopefully after a few weeks of treatment some of my apparent food intolerance(s) will settle down and I’ll feel good enough to get back into a regular exercise routine (I quit all but walking/hiking because it made me feel physically ill).

    Ugly: The usual: Politics. Full stop.

  • Señor Jefe El Rossover

    Good: Stocky’s write up

    Good: saw Warbringer, Jungle Rot and Destruction last night

    Good: I’ve listened to Memoriam – For the Fallen probably 10 times this week. I traded it out for a variety of other albums but mainly it was that and Asphyx – Deathhammer

    https://youtu.be/5VUts_qqz2E

    https://youtu.be/u1-dqkzDe8s

    • ME GORAK™✓ᶜᵃᵛᵉᵐᵃⁿ

      WARBRINGER GET CAVEMAN SMASH OV APPROVAL!!!!!!!!! (JUNGLE ROT & DESTRUCTION COOL TOO) PRETTY SURE THERE A DETECTIVE AROUND HERE WHO ALSO LIEK WARBRINGER!!!!!!

      • YOU WON’T LAST…
        SHATTERED SMASHED LIKE GLASS!!!!!

        • Hans

          After mulling it over a bit, I think I finally get your voatsiperifery pun from the other day.

          • *hands Hans fourth and fifth beers*

          • Hans

            Huzzah!

          • i don’t know the origins of that word, but when i got to the point in Deadwood where Swearengen exclaimed it, i myself jumped for joy

          • Hans

            Woah, that show ended over ten years ago? Seems like not too long ago that I said I should get around to watching that.

          • check it. very gud stuff. rill very gud stuff.

          • more beer

            It sucks that show didn’t get a proper ending.

    • more beer

      I saw Cryptopsy on Wednesday seeing Internal Bleeding tomorrow and a friends band Sunday.

      • Señor Jefe El Rossover

        Vlad said Cryptopsy ruled. Internal Bleeding is gonna rule, I assume you know those dudes personally too, haha

        • more beer

          As far as I know we are supposed to barbeque with them tomorrow before the show at a friends house.

          • Señor Jefe El Rossover

            That’s bad ass! Tell them a random dude in Texas said their show ruled

          • more beer

            Will do.

  • tigeraid

    I like pugs. 🙁

    The Good: A weekend with actually good weather, for once. My pool is open.
    The Bad: I moved out to The Ranch to get peace and quiet in the country. But thanks to the dog my wife bought, AND the fucking dog next door that’s untrained and left in the backyard all fucking day, my entire time at home is spent with non-stop barking.
    The Ugly: Trump.

  • FrankWhiteKingOfNY

    Good:

    The Belgian national football team just won their game against Estonia.

    Watched the first few episodes of new Twin Peaks. Lynch goes all out on the Lynch (especially in episode 3, holy shit).

    Bad:

    Too much gentrification going on in the bigger towns nearby. All the old school bars with character are shut down and make room for hip and trendy pop up cafes where they serve green tea lattes.

    Ugly:

    That eerie as fuck background melody at 5:50 is messing with my brain.

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JZBVivL4sRA

    • Stockhausen

      I wanted to watch that Belgium game, but finding a way to watch in my area isn’t always easy (also don’t have TV/internet yet). It would be nice to see Belgium finally become the powerhouse they should. Their lineup is so stacked.

      • FrankWhiteKingOfNY

        At this point it pains me to say that I’m close to labeling them as one of the more overrated teams to be honest. Plenty of talent, but the playing still leaves a lot to be desired. It’s also frustrating to see that each time they run into a worthy opponent, they end up getting the short end of that stick.

    • Jerry Horne

      “Lynch goes all out on the Lynch”

      Toldya. This is the uncut Lynch/Frost vision. I call it “Twin Peaks:Ultimate Edition”

      • FrankWhiteKingOfNY

        I haven’t really seen anything even remotely resembling the “soap like” vibe the original Twin Peaks had at times. This is complete Lynchian madness.
        Even the crappy computer effects somehow fit the show; they even kinda create an Eraserhead-aura at times.

        • Jerry Horne

          Lynch threatened to walk off the project unless Showtime gave him more cash for the FX, so you’re seeing exactly what Lynch wants you to see.
          With each succeeding episode we’re getting closer to the town, especially in episode 5 where we return to the Double R Diner.

          • FrankWhiteKingOfNY

            Hopefully, when the series completely concentrates itself in the town again, he’ll stick to dark and weird vibe of the previous few episodes. The typical soap stuff of the original series got a bit cringe at times.

          • Jerry Horne

            The soap crap was forced on them by ABC for the most part. I’m sure we’ll get our fair share of cheesiness, but it’ll be Lynchian cheese rather than ABC’s Velveeta.

    • Jerry Horne

      What’s in THE BOX?

    • Jerry Horne
      • FrankWhiteKingOfNY

        Honestly that first “murder” scene is one of the most unnerving scenes Lynch has done in years.

        • Jerry Horne

          There’s a chapter in “Secret History Of Twin Peaks” where THE BOX features prominently.

      • curiosity piqued. gonna check out s3!

        • Jerry Horne

          Can’t wait for Sunday!

        • Jerry Horne

          The book “Secret History Of Twin Peaks” provides some insight on the origin of THE BOX.
          I also learned a few odd real life facts. Did you know that Jackie Gleason(yes THAT Jackie Gleason) was a UFO nut? Had 1000s of books about them. Look it up.

          • Okay I watched the first hour of s03e01 last night and………..what in the WTF?! I’m normally fine with unconventional storytelling — and I adore everything I’ve seen from Mr. Lynch — but it tested my patience. It’s a far cry from Blue Velvet and Mulholland Drive.
            Not giving up though, I might just resume season 1 instead.

          • Jerry Horne

            All I can say without spoiling is that the seemingly unrelated threads do connect.
            I’ll give you this one clue. The body(not the head) discovered in that apartment is a major secondary character from the original show.

          • Jerry Horne

            One thing is abundantly clear. This season is for the superfans only. This show is not out to win new viewers.

          • Jerry Horne

            Another “Easter egg”; Everybody smokes Morley’s, just like on The X-Files and Millennium.

          • KJM,BookhouseBoy

            Dude, after nearly 28 years, we finally met Diane last night!

          • i haven’t got to Diane in the show yet, but i did a lil’ research and… Laura Dern is a babe.

          • Ike The Spike

            Diane is episode 6 which, honestly, has very little to recommend it besides that a couple other key scenes. That’s okay though. I’m not expecting every episode to be a classic.

    • GoatForest

      We had a historical landmark destroyed near here a few years back, but it was more from piss poor planning than actual intent.

    • Sir Ukkometso The Based

      Estonia is know for cheap alcohol for the Finnish master race and even that they ruined. I believe Latvia or Lithuania is the place now.

      • FrankWhiteKingOfNY

        Aren’t Estonians and Finns ethnically closely related?
        A mate of mine visited Latvia last summer. He said the girls there are hot. Sounds good to my ears.

        • Sir Ukkometso The Based

          I do believe that they are a part of the same Finnic ethnic group. And they stole our national anthem’s melody and their language sounds like someone speaking finnish with hundred wieners in their mouth.

          • FrankWhiteKingOfNY

            So basically; they’re the Finns’ less cool cousin.

      • NDG

        I went to Estonia in 2009 and thought it was great. I also went to Finland and found a lot of the people I met to be pretty angry.

        The booze is super cheap in Estonia! I was buying 6 X 500ml beers for AUD $6.

        I also went to the Depeche Mode bar in Talin. That was a little strange…like drinking beer in the bedroom of a Depeche Mode mega fan. I asked the barman if he ever got sick of listening to Depeche Mode. He said “no”.

        • Sir Ukkometso The Based

          Yeah, Finland has sort of a reputation fot that. Many of us have what the English speakers call “resting bitch face” (and what we call “naama norsunvitulla”).

  • Count_Breznak

    I am still on my Igorr binge
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xc61d6e0QN4

    • Stockhausen

      IGORRRRRRRR

      • RJA

        Dude, you guys are one of the openers for gorguts?! That’s awesome – congratulations and best of luck!

        • Stockhausen

          Yeah man, we’re hyped out of our minds!

  • Janitor Jim Duggan

    Good: Udo is coming to my area, the new episode of Fargo, got paid

    Bad: i don’t get my other paycheck untilThursday

    Ugly: none

    • That show is so good.

      • Janitor Jim Duggan

        Agreed. This season is amazing.

        • more beer

          Every season has been amazing.

  • more beer

    Hey stocky I see you are playing bar bar on the 23rd. I live 5 minutes away from there. If you guys need anything while you are in town let me know. Shower place to crash whatever. Let me know. Tony who runs the venue can get you I. Touch with me. I don’t want to put my personal info on here. Also Vlad Putin can give it to you.

  • JWG

    Forgot one section…

    Metal: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fGus7SMSoQ8

  • Depechemodeisgangsta

    Week went fast and very productive, This past Tuesday i went to see screening of movie, An Inconvenient Sequel, the one about global warming, they show Miami in all his glory and by that i mean, fishes swimming on the streets.
    Got 3 shows this week, unfortunately none of them metal, Wednesday i saw Daryl and Oates i missed all of the set of Tears for Fears (i’m a big fan of cheesy 80’s songs)
    Today got Silversun pickups and sunday U2.
    Hope everyone else has a good one.
    Also looking forward to listening new SUFFOCATION.

    • Lacertilian

      That’s weird, I hadn’t heard them mentioned in ages and thought I’d listen to Carnavas earlier this week. Shame about that U2 bit though

      • TheGranulatingDarkSatanicMilfs

        That one is a great record. Reminds me of college, playing “Lazy Eye” on Rock Band. And yes, U2 fucking sucks

      • Depechemodeisgangsta

        They’re playing a tour with 3 eyes blind on which 3 is playing their debut album full length, Silversun was good, it was a shame that as always the crowds down here in Miami sucks, they show up to just take pictures for instagram and snapchat crap.
        Don’t feel bad about U2, i’m probably one of the last person who still enjoy their music, plus they are playing full album of Joshua Tree.

        • i got yo back, bro! U2 has some really good stuff. Joshua Tree, Achtung Baby, and i’ll even admit to liking 1997’s Pop!

          • Depechemodeisgangsta

            I was pleasantly surprised since most reviews i heard of people is that they are boring live, But i really liked the show, specially since they played the full Joshua Tree album, they sounded very good live IMO.
            I got into them when i was early teens and with All that you can’t…. that’s where i started listening and enjoy all their catalogs even their last album Songs of Innocent, which most people don’t like it, i really enjoyed it.
            But i can’t get into POP album, i have tried to like it but just doesn’t do it for me, and they even have a song about Miami, and i was really hoping they didn’t played it live and they didn’t.

  • Good: started watching Twin Peaks. it’s great! was a Lynch fan for a while, can’t believe i went this long without having seen it.
    Average: Wonder Woman was good for an hour and a half… then completely turns to s**t. how do scripts like that make it past quality control?

    • ME GORAK™✓ᶜᵃᵛᵉᵐᵃⁿ

      GORAK HOPING SEE WONDER WOMAN SOON!!!!!!! IZ THERE ANY GIRL ON GIRL BONDAGE PARTS??????

    • BobLoblaw

      Look at just about all of the super hero movies. Bright and flashy is easy and it brings in the herd.

      • i guess kids are gonna like the “final boss battle”. did you happen to see the movie?

        • BobLoblaw

          Nah, dont go to the movies unless its for my son or something I REALLY want to see (last film that fit that criteria was Birdman) and I really have had no interest in the whole comic book boom. Generally they are garish practices of CGI masturbation. If they were handled differently I could easily enjoy them, loved X-Men when I was young but the movies just dont do it for me.

          • you ain’t missing much, and I’m tiring of it myself. the last movie that I saw in theatres which really benefitted from the “big screen” was 2001….hardly a new movie at all.

    • JWG

      Supposedly someone else wrote the last act, and it just sort of got wedged in without extensive editing to at least try to bring it up to the level of the preceding acts.

      • maybe they thought it needed a shitty boss battle like Man of Steel (which was decent up to its end) and Batman v Superman (which was entirely shitty, but also with a shitty boss battle).

        • Wet W’s Whistle

          I was just talking to Spear about how disappointed I was with the plot going to poop. I was especially annoyed that a certain character died only so that another character could grow. Isn’t that exactly the type of lazy writing people complain about?

          • Whoooooa boy, I forgot about THAT part. That characters death was the most needlessly complicated way of accomplishing the task he/she set out to do. Fuuuuuuuuuuuuuu

          • Wet W’s Whistle

            Really nothing made sense after the village scene, which was honestly pretty rad.

        • Janitor Jim Duggan

          I loved Wonder Woman. The guy who plays the villain in the current season of Fargo was in it as the villain.

          • That actor is so cool! He had such a funny, small part in The Big Lebowski

          • Janitor Jim Duggan

            Also while I’m here plz come back to Facebook for good. How will I tell you of my exploits and my attempts at romancing that girl I told you about about here?

          • i’ll be around here and there!

          • Janitor Jim Duggan

            Yay!

    • Jerry Horne

      Lots of well done, dreamy Girl-Pop on that Twin Peaks soundtrack.
      https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2iAX9OsPHNQ

    • Jack Rabbit

      I actually just finished Twin Peaks yesterday. Its is amazing for the first season and about the first half of season 2. At some point, the show slows down with a bunch of crappy subplots I didn’t really care for, but the ending definitely picked up again. Gonna jump into the new series tonight.

  • GoatForest

    Good: my wife and I are gonna see Monday night Raw live this week.
    Bad: my parents are stirring up drama.
    Ugly: I’m on call for the next 48 hours.

    • Jerry Horne

      During the Attitude Era a friend did web design for WWF/E. For 2 years I got free tix to every Raw and SD that came to the Boston area, could’ve gone to more in other cities if I’d had a car. No free PPVs though.

      • GoatForest

        That’s still a great spiff for sure.

  • The Tetrachord of Archytas

    Good: crossfit and recording. Also new (old) fire emblem for fellow nerds

    Bad: cutting beer for 8 weeks. This is week two. It’s not so bad except for my weekly table top night with the boys where the beer flows like wine

    Ugly: e3 starts….its time to be flabbergasted by nintendo, underwhelmed by Microsoft, and prepare to watch the 4chan corners of the internet collectively suck sonys dick even though they never innovate, hate their customers, and mainly just re re re announce the same games that still haven’t come out every year

    • Wet W’s Whistle

      Probably gonna pick up that Fire Emblem at some point. After I finish Breath of the Wild, lol.

      • The Tetrachord of Archytas

        Do it. It’s pretty g so far, I skipped over the whole fates games because it just seemed like too much. 2.5 different games, no real connection or purpose to beating everything, plus both versions were sold separately…essentially a completionist’s nightmare.

        • Wet W’s Whistle

          I really enjoyed Awakening, and Fates: Birthright was fun, albeit a bit too heavy on the between-battle management. That said, I yearn for the more pure tactics of older titles.

          Also, I really would like another Radiant title. It wouldn’t have to include Ike, but I’d like to see them revisit that subseries on the Switch.

          • The Tetrachord of Archytas

            Yeah this one is defintately heavier on pure tactics because there’s no weapon triangle. Speeeaaaking of radiant, Altus is puttin out a remake of radiant historia which is, in my opinion, one of the best games to come out in the last generation. It’s the first rpg game that claims to handle time travel as well as chrono trigger but actually delivers

  • TheGranulatingDarkSatanicMilfs

    Good: I finally got around to buying a Spin Clean Record Washer, and man, that thing really works. I have this old used copy of Enya’s Watermark that had always sounded like shit no matter how much I cleaned it. It just went through the SCRW and now it sounds beautiful

    Bad: It’s fucking raining fire outside

    Ugly: My yard, which is a fucking mess but I refuse to do any yardwork in this heat. Fortunately, a coworker of mine said that her friend’s son does good yardwork for $40, which doesn’t sound like a bad deal considering how unwilling I’m feeling to do it myself

  • sweetooth0

    GOOD: work day almost done, frosty cold ones await! Boss theRoss’ got me workin on a new art project! Got some brand new BBQ grills and parts to replace the shit that’s all rusted out in my BBQ, so meat shall be grilled. Planning to start by backyard improvement project tomorrow!

    BAD: backyard improvement project involves shoveling up and moving a bunch of gravel and crush rock and then moving in cement patio stones that are around 100lbs a piece.

    UGLY: the swass I will surely be experiencing when I finish the yard work tomorrow!

    • GoatForest

      BBQ!

    • Señor Jefe El Rossover

      You’re the man!!

    • Count_Breznak

      Wir braten nicht auf Strom und Gas, nur auf Kohle macht es Spaß !

      • sweetooth0

        Natural Gas actually. The convenience is fucking awesome (BBQ all winder long if I like, and never run out of propane at those critical times)! Charcoil definitely gives it a special flavour though!

        • more beer

          I have both it is the only way to go.

    • more beer

      I have to work on my yard tomorrow morning as well. But it is going to involve agent orange like amounts of Roundup.

  • Max

    GOOD: The OSDM song linked to this post.
    BAD/UGLY: Nuthin’ in the world!

    Special thanks to the Toilet ov Hades. Everybody have a bangin’ weekend!

    • Wet W’s Whistle

      You too, Max!

  • The Good: Saw Cryptopsy on Wednesday with More Beer. Sis flies in tonight so I get to see family which is really important, and an excuse to rent a car and go hiking. Got a batch of kimchi going which is looking phenomenal so far.

    The Bad: Nothing of any actual importance. Aside from the fact that I’m still trying to figure out an excuse to not go to a Seether show with my boss for her birthday in August.

    The Ugly: Spoiled executives at work throwing tantrums. And some idiot who tried to get on the downtown shuttle while rolling a blunt, got the doors closed on him, and was apparently oblivious to all of it. Sometimes I imagine this is what the stereotype of Colorado folks is since the state legalized weed.

  • CT-12

    Hey folks, don’t got a lot to say today, but I would recommend horror fans to check this one out, saw it last night, really liked it. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=o-0hcF97wy0

    • Depechemodeisgangsta

      Looking forward to this one, it got great reviews and it looks like the plot is very interesting.

    • that Joel Edgerton has been nothing but impressive lately!