While growing up, one of my heroes was TinTin (or Kuifje as he's known in Dutch speaking countries). His all or nothing attitude, the smoking, drinking and cursing captain, the exotic locations, they all added up to the feeling of ...Read More

In the US everything is bigger, while in Japan everything is smaller... not only the gadgets, cars, homes and people themselves... even their pro-wrestelers are a different size (and age). Check out this 9 year old wiping the floor with ...Read More

Besides the wedding of the year, Britain's got some unemployed talent. Check out this new neo displaying his poppin' & body rocking skills and proving that The Matrix is one of the most influential movies of the last 10 years. ...Read More

If you like your sports fast-paced, physical and spectacular, then look no further. The NBA has it all, even if you don't know who the f*ck Blake Griffin is, you can still enjoy the action these guys deliver. Now the ...Read More

From a European point of view, Asia is a weird & wonderful continent. I always feel like we can learn a lot from them, especially about how to behave in public spaces. But I'm not to sure if we should ...Read More

April looks like becoming the month of the year so far... I'm not sure if it's global warming or just some high pressure chilling our in our 'hood, whatever it is, it mellows me out. So although I've never been ...Read More

Being a teenager in the late eighties or early nineties had it's moments besides bad hair, no internet and overall horrible music. One of those is the first time I watched 'Fight for your right to party!'. This track had ...Read More

This is a bit unusual, the VMS has the strange habit not to be published in a friday, although it's named after the best day of the week (VrijdagMiddagSelectie). So I have to come up with something special today, and ...Read More

Forget all those fake players who show off their crib and whips on MTV. There's only one original player. Mr. Hugh Hefner Himself... check out how he rolled back in the days... Kudos! Read More

As everyone else I'm deeply shocked by the events in Japan. The scale of the destruction combined with the very emotional personal experiences make this disaster so scary. Also different is the amount of footage and information about the events... ...Read More