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New Name New Style

Hello all!

It has been decided for this site to have a makeover. The site will now be specifically depicting movies, in their realm of criterion collection, classics, cults and craps.

This site was originally viewed to be touching all of entertainment, and sports, but that didn’t take off to where we wanted. The interests are still there, but it is best to limit it to one.

This page now is covered by two people, (Dillon and Jake)  giving in depth writings, vlogs, and podcasts to cover movies. The podcasts will give us the chance to talk about all sorts of entertainment, but within these writings we want to cover all bases from Horror, to indie films.

The “cults craps and classics” will be explored every month. Formerly known as just “Cults and Classics” there had to be another listings for some of these films, as just pure crap.

There will still be biopic posts, with some other content, but primarily it will all be touched upon the artful creation that is film. Our future interests as filmmakers, writers and directors will benefit us both to create this niche.

Cine N Dine will distinguish future movies to see, and perhaps ones not to see. Dillon, our second staff writer will maintain vlogs and post them with in depth looks at what it was we watched for the week. It is exciting to update all of our creativity, and we hope you like it to! Give us a follow!


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Happy Record Store Day To All

Today is national record store day! Please support your local store! It is dire and let the local companies continue to thrive in the music business that is now depleting by the second due to the digital era. I’ll tell you what music on vinyl is some of the best music you can hear and today you can find just what you want.
Stores like Newbury Comics and Bullmoose really thrive in entertainment music sales today, the local stores not so much, but if you have one from where you live it is a must to support them by all means! Whether you snag the latest and hottest record or the contemporary classics let Record Store Day be a place in your heart, or a place in your playlist, if you will.
Bands like the Foo Fighters, Pearl Jam and Soundgarden still perform music within local music industries. Bands today still recognize their roots and show its appreciation by this, and the fans support them at all costs.

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Records Resurgence Observation

From what I have observed, it seems to me that vinyl is back. However it never went away as much as we all like to admit it. This year I came to make the jump back to my old record player, but as it seemed to me so aren’t a lot of other people. I don’t want to be here to tell you that vinyl is making the biggest comeback and blah blah blah but it’s merely my observation. I’ve certainly noticed this year more than ever that records are still being sold and still holds a sentimental demographic.

I feel in the eyes of  old music fans and of course hipsters that vinyl has always been the answer. Well I definitely can agree.

I agree on the levels of tangibility and crisp sound of what a record makes. I’m not a huge collector of records, but I’m coming along. I more or less scavenger hunt for old records at GoodWill shops and flee markets. I guess I look for those hidden gems.

I respect this media the most out of any music medium, but how can you not?

Vinyl is making a bigger resurgence than ever because of social media and it’s being held on to more and more. Lots of my friends are big record fans and collect them as their ultimate passion.

Downloaded music from iTunes, Spotify, and Pandora may be the biggest booming medium as for music these days. That still doesn’t stop the people I know. It also doesn’t help that there’s a demographic of “hipsters” that take the heat of trying to be postmodern and ironic with their record players to make it a comeback. Nevertheless this has helped the music industry a ton, and having a good taste in a form of music in any way is nothing to be ashamed about, after all it’s all subjective.

Vinyl may have never went away but I feel it’s being recognized for the first time since the turn of the century. Walkmans took over through the 80’s. CD players reigned through the 90’s and vinyl has always been taken to the back burner, but the recognition of vinyl comes in a sentimental way. The rejoicing feeling of being at the own comfort of your home in nostalgic value comes with a turntable and a timeless record. Bringing back those moments mean so much to people and I can understand why in a world where you have nearly a million songs downloaded on your phone.  

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