U ok babe?

Indeed, that would make a nice triple bill with  'the accused' and 'I spit on your grave' Perfect for a little cuddle on the sofa.

Henry Rindhoops wrote:
Phil McRrackin wrote:

'Hounds of Love'. Definitely not a Kate Bush biopic. About a delightfully Aussie couple who kidnap and torture young ladies. Based on true events. Grim but very good. Lovely use of 'Atmosphere' by Joy Division at the end.

Lol. I must say that your taste in films is close to impeccable, sir.

Thanks, not sure my Mrs would agree. Never been forgiven for taking her to see '28 days later' saying it was the sequel to the Sandra Bullock film '28 days'

Yes, I have a pair in the loft. Weren't as expensive as Pioneers...I enjoyed them, and stating the bleeding obvious, they weren't as user friendly as the Pioneers

'Hounds of Love'. Definitely not a Kate Bush biopic. About a delightfully Aussie couple who kidnap and torture young ladies. Based on true events. Grim but very good. Lovely use of 'Atmosphere' by Joy Division at the end.

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smallman1 wrote:

Funny you say that Derm as I was meeting with an absolutely gorgeous woman.

Genuine knock out!

Was it Nicola Adams?  You're barking up the wrong tree there

Some of the Japanese 'Guinea Pig' films are pretty full on. As is August Underground's Mordum. Watched once out of curiosity, not one for repeat viewing or at all really.

Read a bit about 'snowtown' but not seen. 'Often unwatchable' and ' 'unflinchingly nasty' some of the review qoutes...

Yeah, fun for all the family that one too....some amazing camera work in it though....Enter the void.

Dermatron wrote:
Phil McRrackin wrote:

I thought it was let down a little by the ending. Otherwise quallo.
Irreversible probably film that disturbed me the most.


"Irreversible" is a movie so violent and cruel that most people will find it unwatchable.

Fair review that lol

Meant the ending of 'kill list' was a let down!......'irreversible' is all kinds of horrible

I thought it was let down a little by the ending. Otherwise quallo.
Irreversible probably film that disturbed me the most.

That's an impressively equipped treehouse

Still alive appawently

Brian Walden?.  Lives in Guernsey, likes fox hunting apparently.

liquitech1 wrote:

..Thief by Michael Mann from '81. James Caan is great in it, very cool flick.

Great film.  Quallo TD soundtrack too.

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It was a trainspotting 2 party so the think the brief was to play stuff from around time of the 1st film. Goldie played too.

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ukhursty wrote:

Ronaldo's toys are out of the pram over this tax issue.

Who will stump up the 1 Billion euro clause to sign him at age 32 I wonder?

My hunch would be that only the Chinese market has that spending power.

Think the Chinese have brought in a 100% tax rule for foreign player purchases to stop the influx. Ronaldo might be a special case although why would he go? Bit of a bell end as he is, he can still play top level for years

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Super absorbent heavy flow fanny plugs?

Definately not one to watch after a heavy weekend

What's in the suitcase?.....

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Ha! Zlatan backs it up with talent. He does have quite a long neck though

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Arrogant cunts are hated by everyone though

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sasha intro from back in the day

Grant wrote:

When did you see New Order, Phil? Back in the day, they were fucking mint. Recently, less so.

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Never saw them back in the day...only really seen them at large scale events.....1st time was at Old Trafford in 2002. Worst was probably Hyde Park in 2005.
Remember getting the Pumped Full of Drugs VHS for Christmas and being gutted that they sounded a bit shit. Haven't listened to it since mind so it might sound alright now...fooking £25 for the video back in 85/86!

smallman1 wrote:

Ian Brown at Homelands a few years ago, horrific.

This, without question. He was on after BT who was qualo and he droned through his set ending with his infamous/hilarious/disturbing Billie Jean cover

And as much as love them, New Order have been pretty ropey when I've seen them