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  • tinribz
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    Talking of the land of nope. Have we done Pine Gap yet?

    The desert version of Fylingdales golf balls with drone strikes, chinese spies and subtle sexual tension.

    Typical low budget made up for with good acting and Ozzy one liners. Binge watched most of it.

    vazaha
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    Atypical.

    Adelie, Chinstrap, Emporer, Gentoo…

    geex
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    The Bad Batch

    Cargo

    I don’t feel at home in this world anymore

    Good time

    mahalo
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    started watching ‘YOU’ last night.

    was still watching at 1am!! been a while since i was last this gripped on something! great stuff, a little bit Mr Robot / little bit Dexter, but with other intentions! a little far fetched too how easy it is for him to do what he does but its cool and dark and a bit creepy. real binge material.

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    Murder Mountain (disappearances + weed farms etc ) is a gripping doc, made all the more intriguing by the fact that I sat and had breakfast in Garberville last year with not a clue of the place’s problems.

    Mahalo, agreed, you is surprisingly good.

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    Has anyone mentioned Ash Vs Evil Dead yet?
    Watched it recently and couldn’t believe there hasn’t been more fuss about it.
    Absolutely brilliant stuff.

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    chapaking
    Has anyone mentioned Ash Vs Evil Dead yet?

    Yup, much better than I expected.

    Wev’e just got Netflix & on a recommendation started watching ‘Still Game’ (which is an ancient Scottish programme that came out in 2002.
    Been pissing myself laughing from the start.

    jimster01
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    Peaky Blinders Series 4 has just arrived on Netflix. 🙂

    DrJ
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    Marie Kondo tidying up programme. A relief to find people messier than me.

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    The Italian Suburra spin offs are pretty decent.

    rs
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    Almost done watching Parfum, a German series on Netflix, quite a disturbing theme if you’re into that sort of thing.

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    Trainspotting 2 is on there.

    mahalo
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    Still Game is class. still my go to if i only have a half hour to fill…

    Peaky Blinders Series 4 has just arrived on Netflix. 🙂

    lost a lot of credibility this series with that laughable Adrien Brody performance!!

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    T2 was a pretty thin nostalgia-fest that just lent of it’s better predecessor. No wonder it ended up on Netflix

    +1 Murder Mountain

    Hugely enjoyable if a little saddening. Thst place is stunningly beautiful and bountiful, yet humans 😐

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    T2 was a pretty thin nostalgia-fest that just lent of it’s better predecessor.

    Very disappointed in it. Shoddily put together, embarrassing plot and ironically the overall feel was of an old raver going out again but trying a bit too hard.

    Not recommended.

    alpin
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    You.

    Nice one. Thanks for the tip.

    mooman
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    Ash v Evil Dead … I remember the original film being the scariest film ever. I recently seen a clip of it, and it really was low budget.

    But how did it turn into a comedy? (and a very funny one too)
    I really cant remember the original being the slightest bit comical!!

    fossy
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    My missus has just bin watched ‘You’ all day…. turned it off as I got in from work..

    Any good ?????

    sobriety
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    Evil dead 1 was serious
    Evil dead 2 was semi-serious
    Evil dead 3 was for the lolz

    After that they just carried on with the comedy.

    mikey74
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    But how did it turn into a comedy? (and a very funny one too)
    I really cant remember the original being the slightest bit comical!!

    The original definitely had touches of humour throughout. Also see Drag me to Hell for an example of how Raimi uses humour in his horror films.

    They definitely took it to excess in the later ED films, though.

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    Just watched a couple of episodes of titans, and rather enjoying it.

    nosedive
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    The Domestics and The night ate the world both good watchable movies. The Domestics owes a lot to Warriors but if you dont mind that its great fun

    tinribz
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    Domestics wasnt bad just a little predictable. For post apocalyptic I preferred The Bad Batch. Got poor reviews but had an original feel to it.

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    Altered Carbon is very good.

    The Expanse was good until they sold it to prime and it’s now dissappeared from everywhere.

    House of Cards WAS good, but was best in its first 2 seasons.

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    I’ve has Titans on in the background this am as I’ve closed some audits off, seems Ok but I’ll have to watch it again as I missed quite a bit of what the story was.

    kjcc25
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    The Siege of Jadotville – Based on a true story, if you like war films this is very, very good. Great story, great photography, excellent action scenes.

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    I watched the first episode of Sex Education last night. I don’t think I’m its target audience but it’s quite funny and I was surprised to see it was English – I expected it to be set in the US (not sure why though). Gillian Anderson is 😍

    jekkyl
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    Why isn’t there Porn on Netflix? We’re all adults and we have the pin. Every single man enjoys porn and a lot of men live alone or at least find themselves alone at home at some point. Is there some sort of law against it? Netflix are missing a trick as who wouldn’t enjoy that on the big tele.
    1stnameWsurname and bikebuoy will now come and say they don’t enjoy porn. 🤣🤣

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    There is! You just need to know how to find it 😃

    jekkyl
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    Gimme the search terms Wallop 😋 you filth. 😄

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    Strongly recommend Great News for comedy fans.

    Not massively original but has a superb cast and an exceptionally high number of proper LOLs.

    Brooklyn 99 S5 finally coming in March too.

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    Well obviously there’s no porn per se but there is one film with full penetration in it – the problem with it is that’s it’s utter crap and I can’t remember what it’s called 😂

    And there’s always Blue is the Warmest Colour… 😏

    DrJ
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    We watched La Mante (The Mantis) – Froggy police thriller. Quite dumb but entertaining enough.

    I started Sex Education based on rave reviews but turned off after about 10 minutes.

    Roma is a good film but loses something watching it on an iPad on a train.

    wordnumb
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    And there’s always Blue…

    There’s the problem with Netflicks and all streaming services. I noticed Blue Velvet was available a couple of months ago, fancied watching it again over Christmas, by which time it had been removed. It’s the interesting films, the stuff you don’t watch so often, that become less available because unlike dvds where you can print a limited run it’s probably not worth Prime/NF/whoever allocating server space to a marginal interest film.
    Suddenly I’m wondering whether anyone has set up a streaming service purely for odd art films and unpopular stuff. *searches*

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    Netflix may have taken the business decision that there’s a fairly big choice of grumble already available gratis on the web Jekkyl.

    Do you want us to suggest some URLs?

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    Yes wordnumb – it’s very annoying. I recently watched Hunt for the Wilderpeople and when I recommended it to a friend it had disappeared.

    geex
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    SPLIT

    A fond kiss

    Both decent

    The original EVIL DEAD (and ED2) was funny AF. Or was that just the drugkz?

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