As I mentioned previously, I saw Hybrid live in 2018; they announced a gig at The Marble Factory in Bristol, less than 45 minutes away from me, so I booked a pair of tickets. My companion hadn't heard of them before we arranged the night out so she gave Light of the Fearless a few listens during the week or so before and quite enjoyed it.
My brother and I saw this in the cinema and enjoyed it, but less so after subsequent watches. It's still fun in places, but I find myself skipping bits as I do with some other movies.
Hybrid were recommended to me by a guy I knew from an online forum around 10 years ago when I was asking for music recommendations; I'd never heard of them so I added them to the list of artists I'd been given.
I only started watching this after someone's insistence that I do so, which seems to be happening a lot lately. I'd seen it all over Netflix but for some reason I didn't feel like watching it because it had a talking chimpanzee – I can't remember my reasons for that exactly.
I started reading this a few months ago but only sporadically so in the beginning. As I got further through, however, the story became that much more exciting until I ended up reading the final quarter in a single day – this is a lot for me.
Going back to my earliest musical influences, Genesis is the one that I listen to the most nowadays and, in fact, I probably listen to them as much lately as others that I consider favourites, such as Hybrid, Röyksopp etc.
The cast (most of them) read through what seemed to be the entire script via Zoom for charity. Not only did we get the sort-of movie itself, but we also got to see the cast members throwing in jokes and having fun with each other; it was heart-warming and added so much to the whole experience.
I've been meaning to add a bit more to my brief review of Spider-Man: Into The Spider-Verse from last month. Needless to say: there are spoilers ahead.
This wasn't hugely clichéd but it was moderately so. Hero who's depressed from the loss of a loved one? Check. Attractive female who looks good even in the middle of a firefight? Check. A kid who doesn't trust the hero in the beginning but loves him by the end? Check.
I've watched this movie six or seven times and have found myself skipping parts, but didn't do so this time and it was almost like seeing it for the first time; I seemed to have forgotten much about the beginning in particular.