I like both of those samples. Most ambient/chill EDM fits my tastes. And the cool thing about the slowdown trend, is it doesn't even really need to be any of those things, and it becomes ambient/chill EDM as a result of the speed differenceMan, you are absolutely correct. I've been experimenting with slowing down music I love for decades, and you are right; it turns a familiar song into something completely different. It's absolutely incredible how such a simple process creates something so new.
I could list hundreds of examples, but I'm certain your time is precious (and frankly, I think 99% of people never click on shared videos.) We should hang out some time; I'll buy you a beer. Bring your earbuds.
Same. I went into Clerks 2 expecting more Clerks 1 and got a buddy comedy. Nowhere near as intellectually engaging as its predecessor. The first film felt like a passion project scraped together to introduce us to interesting characters with depth and relatable issues; the second felt like it tried to capitalize on the success of the first without any of that spirit. I do not want Clerks 3 either, but since it's happening, I have to see it. It can't exist and me not consume it. I don't expect to like it, so I'm hoping my low standard is exceeded at least enough for me not to hate it.
Yeah I fucking loved Dredd. Since we're singing it's praises, this is a essay video about Anderson in that film, that I just fucking love.Dredd still holds up well after nearly 10 years. I know some people complained about the action being "too basic", but that was because those people were used to/acting as if shaky cam style editing was not bad or nothing wrong. That just makes Dredd all the more better in action than its many then contemporaries. Sucks we're never getting a sequel. I know there was a rumor of a Netflix TV series, but I don't seeing it happen either.
I know I've linked it before but, hey, never hurts to share a good thing.
I like how he points out the humanity of Dredd, in his subtle actions. That he isn't a mindless killing machine. My favorite being how he deals with the vagrant before going into the block. But yeah, that movie is so damn good. And, the parts I like about it aren't the hyper violence, it's the character development between the leads, taking Anderson through her Training Day of Hell. The violence is secondary for me. It's shot very well, but it's not the appeal.