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Finished my annual Summer Jams Mix over the weekend. Not a quintessential selection, just what's been in rotation this year.EARTHGANG, Future - BILLIGunna, Future, Young Thug - pushin PYeat, Young Thug - OutsidëYung Kayo - it's a mondayJnr Choi, Gunna, Sam Tompkins - TO THE MOON (Gunna Remix)Flo Milli - PBCSteven Malcolm, Jay-Way - SummertimeT-Shyne, Swae Lee, 6LACK - Log OutAngelo Mota - WHATEVER U LIKEPost Malone, Roddy Rich - Cooped UpMooski - Scuba Diving03 Greedo, Mike Free - PourinWhookilledkenny - Get PaidG Perico - That's My Dawg
I reactivated my KG membership last year to start a Plex server. Some recent new-to-me films I've enjoyed:Wolf's Hole (1987): https://www.imdb.com/title/tt0090271Creepy Czech horror film with a mostly amateur cast. I think this is a relatively ubiquitous TV movie in its home country, but I went into it blind and was not disappointed.3615 code Père Noël (1989): https://www.imdb.com/title/tt0096741The real Home Alone, where a cyberpunk "Kevin" battles an evil mall Santa.Bartleby (2001): https://www.imdb.com/title/tt0230025"I would prefer not to" has been a welcome addition to my personal lexicon.The Park is Mine (1985): https://www.imdb.com/title/tt0091724Post 'Nam, Rambo inspired flick, where Tommy Lee Jones plays both the hero and the villain, and is somehow neither. In attempt to instill some Ghostbusters II style community spirit into NYC, Jones single-handedly fights off the NYPD and at least one Vietcong, to control the entirety of Central Park. The plot is thin at best, but it's fun.The Quiet Earth (1985): https://www.imdb.com/title/tt0089869I'm almost guaranteed to enjoy any movie set in a thinly-populated post-apocalypse, regardless of budget, but this one really stuck with me. There's a noticeable absence of some of the usual tropes and it feels a little more unhinged.Blood Theater (1984): https://www.imdb.com/title/tt0091561I'm 100% guaranteed to love anything Bartel/Woronov related, and though this only features Woronov in a bit part (as a favor, I think), it draws heavily from their brand of camp.