Neil Breen is back!

Neil Breen is back with a work of sheer Breeness that must be seen to be believed. The new Breen film Twisted Pair looks like it will be even more amazing than his other films. Neil Breen isn’t just in the movie as one man anymore, now there’s two people to play as God Space Jesus world’s best hacker best spy ever Neil Breen.

For those of you who don’t know how astounding and awesome Neil Breen and his films are you should take a look at Rich Evans trying to describe the plot of Double Down on Red Letter Media’s Best of the Worst:

More people need to learn about this man and his wonderful films. More people need to learn about how amazing Neil Breen is at everything he does and how he’s also Space Jesus:

Please, pay this man’s website a visit. He even has an AOL e-mail account!

Buy his films now!!!

Marbo Cave Trail Drive

I’ve written about the Marbo Cave in previous posts and on a dedicated page and just wanted to showcase the two new videos that I’ve uploaded about it. You can drive to the cave rather than leave your truck in the paved parking area to be broken into. Enjoy!

The next video shows a different fork under worse weather conditions:

Marbo Cave Cleanup Update

Good evening everybody, I don’t have much to say in this post and just felt like using some photos and video to show how cleaning up this particular road has gone. Working during the day is miserable and the sweat never stops (nor does the illegal dumping here). At least the jungle will take some time to grow back once I push it off the road.

Find the full blog page here!

Mazourka Canyon

Mazourka Canyon is a trail of moderate difficulty that lies to the east of CA-395 and offers astounding views of Owens Valley and the Sierra Nevada mountains. A 4×4 truck with decent tires would be needed for this trip, specifically the rocky and steep sections in the northern and central portions. I started this trail from the northern end by taking Death Valley Road to Forest Road 9S13. The southern end of this route starts from Mazourka Canyon Road just outside of Independence. I spent approximately six hours on the forty miles of trails that I drove through though I wish that I had spent several days out here. There are so many side routes and hiking trails out here that it would take weeks to go through it all. I can’t wait to see this land again.

It takes a while to sort through and upload over 280 photos. Enjoy the rest of them on the full photo page!

Hunter Killer (2018): Movie of the Year?

The men who brought you Olympus Has Fallen have got together once more to bring you another fine film with a story driven plot: Hunter Killer (2018)! The plot of saving the Russian President from a coup and bringing him onto a submarine looks like it will be as realistic as all of the actions performed by the submarines and Navy SEALs in the trailer. They even throw in an ooh-rah at the end of the trailer, what a fine touch!

The most realistic shot of a submarine ever put onto film.

Then there’s this amazing film synopsis from Fandango. Doesn’t this movie just look like it’s going to be amazing?!

Synopsis

An untested American submarine captain teams with U.S. Navy Seals to rescue the Russian president, who has been kidnapped by a rogue general.

Provided by Rovi

On a non-sarcastic note, this film looks like it might be a so bad it’s good film or some good, fun, action schlock straight out of the 1980s.

I did not edit this poster; they all say “Common” to the right of Gary Oldman.

West Side Road

West Side Road is a long, washboard road that runs parallel and to the west of Badwater Road. Any 2WD truck would make it through just fine and this amazing route offers access to numerous trails, hikes, and historical sites like the Eagle Borax Works. I started this road from the southern end just after squeezing my truck through Mengel Pass. There are a lot of alkali beds out here that anyone dumb enough to drive through will learn a painful lesson from. The land in Death Valley National Park offers such stunning beauty and these pictures are just a small part of what there is to see out here. Enjoy the rest of the photos on the full page here!

     

     

     

Titus Canyon

Titus Canyon is an easy one-way trail that starts in Nevada and ends in California. Titus Canyon Road is accessible via NV-374 and ends on pavement at Scotty’s Castle Road 27 miles later. This road can be completed by any 2WD vehicle with some ground clearance in a few hours. The canyon is extremely dangerous during any period of rain and should be avoided at such times. The ghost town of Leadfield is located about halfway along the road and you will have to watch out for individuals driving the wrong direction. I almost ran into a large group on motorcycles in the western end where the canyon is at its most narrow.

     

Enjoy the photos and find the rest of them here!

     

     

Marbo Cave Cleanup

On many trails that I’ve driven through I’ve often picked up some trash along the way. This time however what I am passing by is a little more severe and I feel obligated to to more. I also don’t live over 80 miles away from the Marbo Cave so it’s much easier to do more than fill up the pickup bed with trash. The Marbo Cave is on the northeastern side of Guam and is quite a beautiful area. It’s also littered with an obscene amount of appliances, electronics, tires, human waste, and general garbage. Some point soon I will post some nice pictures of the area but for now I’ll put up some pictures of what I have cleaned up and need to work on some more. Hopefully, those of you reading this will also pick up some trash along the way to your favorite wheeling or hiking spot.

     

     

Find the full page and more photos here.

Spytec A119 Dash Camera Test

I recently bought a Spytec A119 dash camera to replace the failing Rexing camera and I think that it turned out pretty well. The new camera does up to 1440P resolution, shows up with a GPS tracker, and accepts up to a 64 GB memory card. I have uploaded one video that includes several different lighting conditions and another that shows a continuous trip through Route 17 on Guam. What do you viewers think of the new camera?

 

Disney’s Star Wars Han Solo Standalone Movie Ideas

Another year passes, another Star Wars movie gets to be made. This time there’s going to be a “standalone” film about Han Solo that takes place at some point in time with a plot that will probably be total garbage. These movies just need to stop being made and there’s really nothing I can say that Rich and Mike won’t do in a much funnier way. Disney sucks:

 

Bonus video: