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Steve McQueef

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  1. Its now out there. Thank fuck, I thought I was gonna have to watch Morbius on Saturday night.
  2. I would have squarely put myself in the 'not a fan' camp of this one and most of Rog's output, due to being subjected to endless repeats of them on ITV every Christmas, (some of them stretched to around four hours!). But, me and the missus watched them all last year and the only one I still hated, was Moonraker. Mainly because fuck all happens for most of it. Even the much derided A View To a Kill was hilarious fun.
  3. Depowered and living as Donald Blake, mild mannered physician.
  4. Jack Sparrow has just released this.
  5. Compare that to this clip from before F9 started shooting and it's clear some shit went down.
  6. It certainly put a tent in my trousers.
  7. Correct. It's why I had to source Leverage on DVD for my missus, as she was fucked off with the ads.
  8. Pieces (1982) The co-eds of a Boston college campus are targeted by a mysterious killer who is creating a human jigsaw puzzle from their body parts. What the actual fuck was that? ½ out of 5
  9. The Designated Victim (1971) Stefano Argenti, an ambitious advertising executive, meets a curious hippie named Count Mateo Tiepolo and they form a strange bond. Having gained Stefano's confidence, Tiepolo reveals that he wants to kill his domineering brother. He suggests that Stefano carry out the killing and in exchange he offers to murder Luisa, Stefano's wife who is a barrier to his career and his affair with Fabienne, a model. Argenti is more curious than shocked but decides to reject the bizarre offer. However, a short-time later, his wife is strangled to death by an intruder and he becomes the prime suspect. By withholding evidence that could prove his innocence. Mateo blackmails Stefano into keeping his part of the bargain. But there is a twist... A Eurosleaze riff on Hitchcock's Strangers on A Train, with stellar performances by Tomas Millian, (who else can make that ridiculous haircut work?), and Pierre Clementi. Millian didn't appear in many Giallo movies, before becoming a superstar with his Poliziotteschi outings. The few he did appear in though, are fucking bangers. This is no exception. 4/5 You can check this out for free on YouTube, along with a whole host of other Italian goodies: https://www.youtube.com/c/GialloRealmOfficial/videos
  10. https://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/313908408892?epid=1207998684&hash=item491666323c%3Ag%3AHl0AAOSwtgFiBEDa&LH_BIN=1 Bargain.
  11. - why you stopped playing Because I was horrifically shit at it and have better things to do. - which, if any, boss was the straw that broke the camel’s back or if you just got bored/fed up I lost count of the number cunts I ran into. - how many hours you played before giving up. Dunno, but I bailed quite early. It's currently uninstalled.
  12. You'll be glad to know that the version released outside the UK and US, ran for 117mins...
  13. Life is Strange: True Colors - XBox Series X - Gamepass I was enjoying this, up until I had to go LARPing with a whiny kid. It just went downhill from there. That final episode can fuck right off, too. Far: Changing Tides - XBox Series X - Gamepass I adored this from top to bottom. The art direction, the minimal controls, the music, the haunting feeling of loneliness. Even the puzzles were right up my street, not too difficult, but also no overt hand holding bullshit. I just wish it was longer.
  14. The 355 (2022) CIA agent Mason "Mace" Brown joins forces with a rival German agent, a cutting-edge computer specialist and a Colombian psychologist when a top-secret weapon falls into the hands of a group of mercenaries. Together, the four women embark on a breakneck mission to save the world while staying one step ahead of a mysterious figure who's tracking their every move. Makes the 2019 Charlie's Angels look like The Avengers. 0/5
  15. You don't appear to have watched it at all, where's all this fruity language?
  16. It's Resting Bitch Face given a human form.
  17. The Contractor (2022) The trailer for this, makes it look like a fairly engaging Bourne-lite, Jack Ryan-esque type action romp. It is none of those things. It's a hundred odd minutes of Chris Pine complaining about his bad knee. What little action is in there is well done, but not enough to distract from how dull and cliched the entire thing is. 1/5
  18. I really enjoyed that, hopefully it doesn't escalate into another MCU series dumpster fire.
  19. Ezra Miller tainting the fuck out of movies not even released yet.
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