Yo! MC: The NextJAM!

Blog URL:http://nextjam.blogspot.com
Blog Tags:movies, photography, toys, sneakers, reviews, events, comics, cars, technology
Country:Philippines
Location:Makati City

The personal blog of Mark Cerbo is about a mix of pop culture interest namely reviews on movies, photography, food, books, toys, comics, products and sites. An adventure on events coverage and a daily dose of "What's the Next JAM?"



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07.23.2017 – In case you’re anticipating this year’s Shark Week then you must be excited to spend this JAWsome spectacle in its sea infested glory. Even Seal is not safe from being its breakfast-lunch-dinner moment. To promote the week long e...

06.03.2017 – Murder Mysteries are a rare breed of cinematic themes in the case of detective plot driven narrative where everyone is a suspect and it tickles the intellectual mind on finding out who was the actual culprit. More like a classic “Cl...

06.02.2017 – There’s a rare insistence that you might meet a stranger halfway and end up together in the rough situation that put you in a very tight spot. “The Mountain Between Us” might be that disaster film with a bit or romance that fea...

07.19.2017 – What Drives You? Usually its motivation, but literally if you have a good set of a soundtrack and the privilege to have a set of wheels you’ll be tripping on the way on your next trip. In this case “Baby Driver” is that one much...

05.15.2017 – Hot Wheels rarely produce castings of real world utility vehicles with more of the series emphasis on design concept cars that are entirely fictional. But when the brand does produce license vehicles it’s not exactly the real thing.

04.01.2017 – There are solo art shows that appeal to everyone, but for Doctor Karayom’s solo show this must be his most provocative to date. If you have an open mind you’ll probably find this interesting. The show’s title is “3 Hours” an...

04.02.2017 – In the world of art there’s no specific style its about ‘going with the flow’ to get the best perspective of what you convey in your work. This is how Neil Dela Cruz expresses himself in his first solo art show with Vinyl on Viny...