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A few months ago I wrote about a couple of local boys who had started their own line of men’s underwear. After a successful first run of their inaugural line, Dirt Squirrel’s Wade and Daniel have created a whole new line-up of sexy underwear for your comfort and enjoyment.

Dirt Squirrel underwear is made with bamboo fibres which are beyond soft. Words can’t describe how comfortable and smooth these underwear feel. The first pair I got from them was in the fabulous Galaxy print and I wear it all the time. I’m really looking forward to checking out some of these new styles and options.

Their new line features some bold colours, fun floral prints, and my personal favourite – this sexy black mesh boxer brief with a “censor” bar leaving just enough to the imagination while staying sexy and, as always, insanely comfortable. They have also added new styles including long johns which are perfect for those chilly nights.

This weekend is Thanksgiving in Canada and as a special offer to all Homorazzi readers the boys at Dirt Squirrel have created a special discount code just for you. Enter “HOMORAZZI” at check-out and receive 25% off your order!

Along with the new line, the boys have released a very sexy photo shoot featuring some insanely hot models including my friend Dan (@strongjaws on Instagram) who rocks it in those awesome floral print boxer briefs and the galaxy print briefs. Check out some of these tasty photos below and then head over to www.dirtsquirrel.ca to check out their full line up of men’s underwear.

more pics after the jump

October 2014: Five Must-See Movies

In: Matt, Movies
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PUMPKIN MONTH!! I hope you guys all have your costumes ready, or at least have an idea what you want to be. I have three separate Halloween parties to go to and not one single idea for a costume. It will probably be another last minute vampire for me… oh well.

For those of you who are looking for a little more than just trick or treating, costuming, fireworks and costumed debauchery there are a great number of excellent films coming out this month. I’ve even thrown in a horror film just to be… festive.

Check out my picks for must-see movies this month below…

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Movie Review: This Is Where I Leave You

In: Matt, Movies
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This is Where I Leave You hit theatres this week and having witnessed some of the director’s past transgressions such as Cheaper by the Dozen and Night at the Museum I had my hesitations. The film features an all-star cast so at least I had that to look forward to.

The film, adapted from the novel by Jonathan Topper, tells the story of a dysfunctional family brought together by the death of their not so religious father whose last request was that the family sit Shiva, the seven day Jewish mourning period. As you can expect hilarity ensues as the family struggles to cope with being around each other while also dealing with their own personal issues.

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September 2014: Five Must-See Movies

In: Matt, Movies
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I missed August. Completely. My apologies. There were a ton of good movies that came out last month… and then pride happened… and then ya. Whoops. Moving right along though… Summer is over in just over two weeks and school just started which means it’s September and a whole set of new movies are coming out this month.

There’s actually a ton of movies that look good this month that could have just as easily been on this list but here are the films I’ll be trying to see this month. Some thriller, some comedy, some romance… It’s a nice mix this month.

Check out my picks for must-see movies this month below…

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Rising Artist Spotlight: Jess Cullen

In: Matt, Music
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Vancouver indie star Jess Cullen and her band are set to release their next single this Friday night at Joe’s Apartment. In case you haven’t heard of her, Jess Cullen is one of Vancouver’s most promising rising stars. In 2012 she won local talent competition Davie’s Got Talent and has continued building on that success ever since.

After releasing her first full length album on iTunes last year, as well as a music video (see below), Jess and her band continued winning more local competitions. Most recently they won the chance to play alongside bands like Foster the People at the Squamish Music Festival. Hot off of their performance at Squamish Music Festival, Jess and her band are set to release their next single “At First Light”.

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July 2014: Five Must-See Movies

In: Matt, Movies
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HELLO JULY! It’s officially summer here in Vancouver which means I’m not pale anymore YAY!!! Even though I love spending all of my time on the beach during these few gorgeous months, it’s always nice to cool off in an air conditioned theatre here and there.

For this month’s picks I’ve tried to stay away from the big summer blockbusters (Tammy, Dawn of the Planet of the Apes, Hercules and The Purge: Anarchy). Some of them crept in but most of my picks this month are limited release only. That means you might have to dig a little to find a theatre near you that’s actually playing them but I think these ones will be worth the effort.

Check out my picks for must-see movies below!

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Movie Review: The Fault In Our Stars

In: Matt, Movies
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SPOILER ALERT: There will be tears. If you’re looking for a good cry, or a powerfully beautiful teen romance without the typical Hollywood clichés then I highly recommend you see this movie.

The Fault in our Stars is directed by Josh Boone and is based on the novel by John Green. It tells the story of Hazel Grace Lancaster (Shailene Woodley) who is terminally ill with thyroid cancer that has spread to her lungs. A smart, witty and resilient girl, Hazel is taking her life one step at a time, just trying to make it to the next day. Not looking to far into the future, Hazel is blindsided when she meets Augustus Waters (Ansel Elgort) who sweeps her off her feet in a way she describes as akin to falling asleep. “First slowly and then all at once.” Gus is also a cancer patient, having lost one of his legs to osteosarcoma. He is painfully sweet, handsome and irresistibly charming so much so that some may find his relentless optimism and unwavering positivity, coupled with his selflessness and utter devotion to Hazel a bit too far fetched and even slightly annoying. If the film has one fault (pun intended), it’s that Augustus’s character is a bit unrealistic as seen by the trip he takes Hazel and her mother on so that she may meet her favorite author.

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June 2014: Five Must-See Movies

In: Matt, Movies, Random Reads
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Has everyone seen Maleficent yet? What a let down. Fortunately there are a ton of great films to check out this month that will make up for that 2 hour nap I took. No beef with Angelina, she was flawless but the rest of the movie was. Just. So. Boring.

We’ve got a mixed bag again this month with an animated film, a musical, a drama, an action and a thriller. I’m seriously excited about each and every one of these movies so it looks like I;’ll be hitting up the theatre often this month.

Check out my picks for must-see movies below!

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