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  • Shame

    0 CommentsPosted by on April 12, 2012 under FILM and TV
    clash of clans hack tool gemsclash of clans hack app coc online gem hack You may have heard a bit about this, it achieved quite a bit of buzz among the Guardian-reading set due to its arty Turner prize heritage and hmm, edgy subject matter. But don't be fooled by the jumper-wearing chinstrokery of Jonathan and Vivienne, it's just another ill-lubed entry in the grubby line of serio... more.
  • Weyland Industries website is live…

    0 CommentsPosted by on April 2, 2012 under FILM and TV
    The hype for prometheus is starting to gather pace, across the planet geeks' trousers are starting to get tighter as more and more tidbits and teasers are revealed to an almost fully erect audience. Latest is the website which is a mock site for the company that bridges the Prometheus universe and the Aliens one. Geek tidbit: In Aliens of course it was a future iteratio... more.
  • New trailer for irish hoodie horror The Citadel

    0 CommentsPosted by on March 29, 2012 under FILM and TV
    "An agoraphobic single father teams up with a vigilante priest to save his daughter from the clutches of a gang of twisted feral children"  Well...we've all been there. Will this be an oirish verison of Eden Lake (that would be good) or another iffy irish genre filum? Got some good buzz so far, check out the trailer below... CITADEL trailer from Bl!nder Films on Vimeo.... more.
  • Spartacus : Vengeance Season Review

    0 CommentsPosted by on March 27, 2012 under FILM and TV
      As we approach our last fix of spurting jugulars and sweaty men frowning its time to do a quick summing up of this season's Spartacus. The "new" spartacus has had big shoes to fill, and, despite his weedy physique, Steven Gerrard haircut and sub-Sam Worthington features he's done alright. The season itself has had a few difficulties with the more open stage and the departure of, not only A... more.
  • Iron Sky – first 4 minutes!

    1 CommentsPosted by on March 26, 2012 under FILM and TV
    After debuting in festivals to a  collective sigh of mild disappointment, here's a snippet of Iron Sky before it goes on general release. Still think its a cool idea but probably more for a videogame than a movie (nazis coming from the moon to get payback for ww2, the bastards!) Here's the first two hundred and forty seconds...shame similarly-themed Worst Case Scenario never got the same breaks... more.
  • The Artist

    0 CommentsPosted by on March 26, 2012 under FILM and TV
    Now, much as I enjoy a good exploitation pic involving screaming, gore and genitals there are occasions when my natural cinematic urges are hindered by more primal ones. "I don't want to watch anything with zombies or lesbian cannibals" - I was told - "I want to watch The Artist. It's all... arty and that." So you can blame Mrs Enos and my throbbing member for this one. You cant have missed t... more.
  • The Elephant in The Living Room

    0 CommentsPosted by on March 16, 2012 under FILM and TV
    I've never understood the urge to own a potentially dangerous animal. I have a small, ancient dog of indeterminate sex with halitosis that could paralyze a gorilla. I know it probably dreams about eating me when it sleeps and like all dogs is never more than 48 hungry hours from going feral...but ultimately, I know that if it ever gets bitten by a rabid bat and goes Cujo on me I could probab... more.
  • Colin gets his ass to Mars

    0 CommentsPosted by on March 15, 2012 under FILM and TV
    Brief footage from the not-really-hotly-anticipated remake of the awesome Verhoeven/Arnie bloodbath from 1990. It has got Kate Beckinsale in it. That's good. And it's directed by her hubby who directed all the Underworld movies (that's bad) Colin Farrell is probably a bit more realistic than Arnie as a secret agent but meh. Check out the footage and enjoy the bonus engrish! In fact why not dig ou... more.
  • Martha Marcy May Marlene

    0 CommentsPosted by on February 15, 2012 under FILM and TV
    Cults get a bad name. As long as you steer clear of the brainwashing, embezzlement and foetus stabbing I dont see what the problem is. If you read the Daily Mail or exclusively use electronic i-gadgets incubated in the fevered robot mind of the late Steve Jobs then you're a member of a cult. Sort of. I myself am a  member of the Path of The Rising Amber Simian and we meet once a week for ... more.
  • Theatre Bizarre

    0 CommentsPosted by on February 10, 2012 under FILM and TV
      If you're a fan of horror anthologies like Creepshow, Tales from the Crypt or Last year's Trick r Treat, here's another collection of mini-horrors for those of us with a short attention span and a weak bladder. As usual with these kind of mongrels, it won't linger in the memory very long. There's 6 stories in total gummed together by a surreal wraparound concerning a disturbed girl's... more.
  • John Carter – flashy new ad

    0 CommentsPosted by on February 9, 2012 under FILM and TV
    Alright so, apparently there's 250 million dollars worth of pixels bouncing off the screen in this vaguely Avatar-y looking blockbuster adaptation of Edgar Tarzan Rice Burroughs Barsoom series of pulpy sci-fi. Pros = directed by Andrew Stanton Pixar Alumni and the man behind Finding Nemo and Wall-E. Cons = Everything else...its a pg-13 disney flick bulging at the seams with spindly cg refugees... more.
  • Superman – DC Dirtbags!

    0 CommentsPosted by on February 6, 2012 under FILM and TV
    Superman eh. The original fashion blunder of the superhero world. I liked him when I was a kid but as an adult I grew more towards gritter and less two dimensional heroes - ones that didn't dress like a ballerina. What a career he has had though, not to mention the many spin off's and reboots. That said, consider the topic involved within the video below 'The Death and Return of Superman'. It has ... more.
  • Helldriver

    1 CommentsPosted by on February 2, 2012 under FILM and TV
    If you've ever been exposed to the likes of Samurai Princess, Meatball Machine or Tokyo Gore Police - and you enjoyed them - then get your strange twitching ass down to the video shop and get your hands on another dopey slice of japtarded splatter nonsense. There's a whole sub-genre of this kind of rubbish, usually knocked together by cowboy outfits like sushi typhoon and clearly aimed at a ... more.
  • Spartacus : Vengeance

    0 CommentsPosted by on February 1, 2012 under FILM and TV
    Juno's c**t!! Spartacus is back...after the stopgap but surprisingly great mini-prequel Gods of the Arena the real thing is back and, apart from one fairly major detail, it's like it's never been away. The exact same sets, the same ropey CG backgrounds, the excessive debauchery, cheesy rock soundtrack and spectacular bloodletting...all  present. The vast howling pachyderm in the room is of course... more.
  • X : Night of Vengeance

    1 CommentsPosted by on January 31, 2012 under FILM and TV
    Strewth! Australian sleazecore about two lithe strumpets and a rather stressful night involving corrupt cops, junkies, raging pimps and guest appearances from Schlong, Muff & Boob. Premier-league escort (Viva Bianca, best known as blond equine witch Illithya from Spartacus. Speciality: Having sex without removing bra and panties) hooks up with newbie cornerwalker (comely but disturbingly ... more.
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