Welcome back everyone to Mr.J's Sunday Soundtrack! Today's choice is the hit classic
Men In Black theme by Will Smith. The CGI in this video hasn't aged to well but the dance and the song always be timeless.
Well, Season 2 of Netflix's critically acclaimed hit "The Haunting of Hill House" is finally here. Sort of. Actually it's a completely different story, although many of the central cast members return in completely different roles. And the timing couldn't be more perfect with October just over a week old and all of us spending our first Halloween season in quarantine (seven months into a quarantine that wasn't supposed to last more than two) for a retrospective rewatch of "The Haunting of Hill House" from the beginning. This is one of those series that is almost more enjoyable to watch the second (or third or fourth) time around to see all the clues and connect them as you go. But what really jumps out at me in this rewatch goes far beyond the mysteries and secrets of Hill House...
Because this is 2020, we know most of us will likely be spending our New Year's Eve at home--but that doesn't mean we can't do something special to celebrate the death of this foul year of our Lord. So here's a list of our favorite movies that sync up to ring in the new year with a big, epic moment and what time you should start watching them on New Year's Eve. For the best results, we suggest starting the movie, pausing it, setting it to 0:00:00 and unpausing at the time suggested. We also suggest watching these movies on DVD or BluRay if possible because even the most insignificant streaming blips can throw off the timing completely. Cabin in the Woods - 10:30:07 PM If you want to ring in the new year with the Old Gods rising again, hit play on Drew Goddard's modern classic Cabin in the Woods at 10:30:07 PM (10:30 and 7 seconds) and at the stroke of midnight, the giant hand will come crashing down. Fight Club - 9:44:19 PM Perhaps you prefer a more anarchist a