List of Blu-ray movies, CDs, PlayStation 3 games, and Nintendo DS games to be released in October 2010.
New Blu-ray, CD, DVD, and PS3 releases for the month of July that seem interesting to me for one or more reasons.
Gangs of New York
- I don’t wanna sound like a queer, but I always liked this movie.
Point Break: Pure Adrenaline Edition
Deltron 3030 – Deltron 3030 (re-issue)
- If you don’t already own the original, which you should, go buy this. It’s a fukken masterpiece.
Lamb of God - Walk With Me in Hell
- Documentary and other live footage.
- 07/15: Picked it up at FYE after work tonight. It’s fucking badass. I couldn’t stop laughing at the Tiger Head part. I need one. I think most of the Disc 2 stuff is on the DVD that came with the Deluxe Edition of Sacrament though. At the end there is a melody and pictures of a woman with LoG then it says “In Loving Memory of Evie Carrano” so I googled the name. From LoG forums:
Evie Carrano was a beautiful person. She started with us as a merch girl and became our assistant tour manager and band assistant. Not only did she work for the band, but she was a dear friend to all of us….a sassy sister amongst the dirt bag brothers. She went to the doctor because she had a nagging ache in her shoulder and was diagnosed with Leukemia. It was a total shock to her and everyone around her. She was diagnosed on a Monday and by Tuesday of the following week she was gone. We all loved her and miss her dearly.
- 07/29: Received my copy from Amazon today.
Beck – Modern Guilt
- I read something about it in Rolling Stone and whatever it was, it made me want to check this out. I think it had something to do with who else worked on the album.
- Not sure what I think about it yet.
- It was leaked a long fucken time ago.
- 07/24: The opening riff reminds me of Led Zeppelin.
- I’ve had it for a while now. It’s fukken tight. Produced by Trent Reznor. Fuck yeah!
Jean Grae & 9th Wonder – Jeanius
Melvins – Nude with Boots
Saul Williams – Niggy Tardust
Sid Meier’s Civilization Revolution
One Flew Over the Cuckoo’s Nest
Nas – UntitledCD
- If you think Nas want to stop saying the word “Nigger”, he don’t.
- 07/24: Got it recently. Still need to check it out.
Opio – Vulture’s Wisdom vol. 1
NCAA Football 09
Earth: The Biography
Fakts One – Long Range
- Some good features on here: J-Live, Grayskul, Tajai, Akrobatik, Rasco, Planet Asia, and others.
- 07/24: It’s pretty good. I’ll probably pick it up.
- Of course this is available for free download on NIN.com but having the CD is always nice.
- 07/24: Ordered. Peace.
- 07/29: Received #14,111/250,000 from Amazon today.
Nine Inch Nails – The Slip
People Under the Stairs – The Om Years
Reks – Grey Hairs
Siren: Blood Curse
Beowulf: Director’s Cut
- I went to a Teriyaki place in Lakewood for lunch one day and they had this on. Looked pretty cool.
- I always thought this movie was pretty cool. It’s creepy and dark, same as how I like my women. ;P
- I used to watch this movie all the time when I was younger.
- They made a fucking sequel?
Dark City: Director’s Cut
The Lost Boys
Lost Boys: The Tribe
Soulfly – Conquer
- 07/16: Grabbed it last night. It’s fucking badass.
- 07/29: Bought the deluxe CD+DVD from FYE after work.
Soulcalibur IV Premium Edition
New Blu-ray, CD, DVD, and PS3 releases for the month of June that seem interesting to me for one or more reasons.
Semi-Pro: Let’s Get Sweaty Edition
Disturbed – Indestructable
- I didn’t care for their last album very much. I’ll still give this one a listen.
- 05/28: Meh. Better than their last one I guess. Seems like it should be a soundtrack to a video game starring the guy on the cover of the album.
- The guy is a pretty badass guitarist. I’ll check this out.
- 05/28: It rocks pretty good, but then again I play guitar so I enjoy an instrumental album heavily based around the guitarist on occasion. Sounds to me like some riffs/solos are inspired by Petrucci, Tool, Cantrell, and others.
- 05/28: It’s certainly Opeth and they come again with their great blend of singing vs. death metal vocals. Great guitar work. Good stuff.
John 5 – Requiem
Opeth – Watershed
Natural Born Killers
The Offspring – Rise and Fall, Rage and Grace
- Some of it rocks and there’s some interesting lyrical content: “I don’t know too much, but I know this: Shit is fucked up!”, but overall, pretty meh.
Atmosphere – Sad Clown Bad Spring 12
- You should have already pre-ordered this.
- First solo album in years. DJ Green Lantern on production. I’ll definitely check this out.
- 06/18: Just got it. I’ll listen to it tomorrow.
- 06/19: I’m not black enough nor oppressed enough to enjoy this album.
- New B-O-B-B-Y-D-I-G-I-T-A-L. Dope! I can’t wait to hear this
- 06/18: Got it the other day. I’ve only listened to it once so far and it’s nothing special as far as I can tell.
- 06/19: I listened to it again and it’s not bad, it’s definitely RZA, I’m not sure if I want to pick it up yet or not though.
Immortal Technique – The 3rd World
RZA as Bobby Digital – Digi Snax
“If the greedy record industry would embrace [DRM-free music] I truly think people would pay for music and consume more of it.”
I agree with this. I buy tons of music. Most of which, I preview in its entirety in decent quality (192kbps+) before doing so.