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Can see this going down well on the estate in Murdishaw

Good point.
Hilariously, i remember seeing him on Soccer AM a while back with a ' what the the fuck am I doing here' look on his face the whole morning. I kept turning it back over just to see if he'd just flipped and garoted Chamberlain with his shoelace

The Devil's Backbone is great too.
Not sure what to make of The Shape of Water although initials reports are its his best since Pans Labyrinth

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smashdad wrote:

Anybody else watching The Deuce?

Going to wait and binge them...seems like it might be better that way

Better Watch Out. Fun festive fairly fucked-up fright flick.

Also watched and liked Gerald's Game. It's better than The Tracker

fadass wrote:

, Mausoleum.

Ha ha, red cover and semi naked dolly bird on the back if I recall.

ghostriddenhuffy wrote:

The Vietnam War - a documentary by Ken Burns and Lynn Novick.  10/10.  The best documentary I have ever seen hands down.  If you haven't seen this yet, I highly recommend it.  10 episodes, 18 hours.  Unbelievable footage and interviews from the perspective of the ground up.  Blown away really...a masterpiece.  The soundtrack is excellent as well courtesy of Trent Reznor and Atticus Ross.

Started watching this the other night as I realised how little I know about the subject. Wondered whether the soundtrack was by them, forgot to check, twas ace.

Sue Perkins has let herself go a bit

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I can think I can see his Dremples

Re-branding you say?...Edward, we've found you a new project

Very lapsed Catholic.
Church as a kid, altar boy, the lot. The older I get, the weirder and more evil religion looks to me. I'll reconvert on my deathbed obviously, you know, just in case.

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Was this on Boss Drum?

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Goulies 2 and Critters 4

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The obit section at the Oscars is just to be an episode of twin peaks

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Yeah, loved them too and been listening to them a bit again recently and noticed he had started doing some new stuff. Still got my 'Infected' VHS somewhere

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dutchy101 wrote:

Anyone watcing Tin Star? Any cop?

Watched the 1st one, Tim Roth is excellent. Bit all over the place but expect it to settle down so going to stick with it. Christina Hendricks has massive breasts, not really relevant but seems obligatory to mention.

Grant wrote:
smashdad wrote:

Weiner

One of the best, most compelling, car-crash docs I've ever seen.

9/10

I'll grab that for my flight tomorrow.

Tis excellent. He is, well, a dick.

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...