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  1. 6 minutes ago, Harsin said:

    Covid impact stuff is usually things like lack of extras and whatnot and scenes outdoor scenes feeling thin


    That does remind me of the Io scenes.


    I mean it's hardly important but could provide context. I agree about the slightly less than prestige feel to proceedings on the fourth entry in this Hollywood franchise but things iike poor lighting wouldn't bother me if the story was compelling.

  2. Well it's easier if the art is crap. Jim'll Fix It was fucking boring.


    Louis CK was a great comedian who was moving into great sitcom and movie work. I'd love to be enjoying his work but it's more important I stand with the people he's abused.


    See also, Morrissey. I jumped out after Vauxhall, but his last album turned up on Spotify and sounded really interesting. I've even bought it (second hand) on CD. But it turns out I'm not about to play the damn thing. He's so racist he could live in Lincolnshire.

  3. Just picked this up on Amazon. co.uk for £15. The trailer made it look lovely with the whimsy and exploring. The bits of people playing it on Twitch made it look like Gunman Chronicles. Keen to see which I get.

  4. @Scribblor That's a good point about tastebuds. I had two packs of Co-Op's Industrial Strengh Salt n Vinegar a couple of weeks ago and mine are still stinging. I could be drinking Mellow Birds right now and I wouldn't know it.

  5. Bought a pack of Sheffield's Cafe #9 roast for relatives for christmas and I will buy some ground for my aeropress but I can't do that at work and I can't afford to buy a coffee every day or even every other day.




    I'm a bit nervous about asking this in this thread but you do all seem nice.




    Does anyone have any suggestions for a decent instant?

  6. Its the best film I've seen this year, although there's plenty of movies came out this year I've not watched. I love slow, fatalistic magic realist bullshit though. Everything's set out in the trailer as far as tone and subject are concerned so I'm shocked - shocked I say - that people are reporting manfully struggling through it.

  7. 13 hours ago, AceGrace said:

    is this being released physically?


    The most recent press release from Bethesda says so - including for PS4, which is my console - but we're a week from release and I can't find any physical versions listed anywhere.

  8. On 04/11/2021 at 17:20, Harsin said:

    Been watching this again from the beginning again on Netflix. It's just so good. The fashions may have aged but the writing is evergreen. On season 4 and it’s just a succession of classic after classic.


    You lie! I stuck on a season 4 disc last night (Virgin Broadband is down) and the cinema one was wank.

  9. It'll be Cowboys and Aliens won't it?


    Craig seems like a decent enough chap, based on that interview and I'm glad he still likes Love is the Devil which is a great piece of work.


    I thought the new one was boring tbh. They've decided not to compete on stunts - Mission Impossible has them sewn up - and thrown out the camp 70's baby with the dodgy sexual politics bathwater so you're left with a kind of sombre reflective goo with no purpose beyond making money and spreading a global pandemic.


    Ana de Armas was really good though.



  10. 21 hours ago, The Boatman said:

    Pat Cadigan’s novelisation of William Gibson’s Alien 3 screenplay is out next week: https://www.waterstones.com/book/alien-alien-3-the-unproduced-screenplay-by-william-gibson/pat-cadigan/william-gibson/9781789097528 Apparently this is a different version to the one that was recently adapted into a comic. 


    I wasn't too struck by the comic, which seemed to be missing a couple of setpieces from the script I read. Wasn't aware there were multiple Gibson goes at it...


    I wonder if Drews Script-o-Rama is still hosting it?




    It is! (If you dig)

  11. 18 hours ago, MarkN said:

    "Bluey" is the latest. Oh by gosh! this is good.


    IPlayer link:



    Our almost 4year old started on Bluey and it is very good indeed. Me and Mrs.Fireproofradiator actually picking up parenting tips but they've got good comedy writers on it. We've been looking for Bluey presents and the merch is just coming out now but lots of stuff already sold out. I think its gonna be the next Peppa Pig/fucking massive.


    On The Pig; its not the tv show but the book Peppa Pig at the Zoo is extremely funny. 

  12. There's some awful stuff in Davison's stories but I found some of Four to Doomsday okay when I was on a Who binge about ten years ago.


    I think Kinda is probably the correct answer but it was so UTTERLY TERRIFYING when I watched it as a lad I've never dared to go back.


    I'm really fond of Timecrash too.

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