Saw this on Film4 the other night, not for the squeamish, but I enjoyed it.
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Did about 10 episodes of Season 2 in a row on a lazy Easter Monday.
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Just started on the first 2 episodes last night, looks good again.
Went to see "Cabin in the Woods" at the weekend
Can`t remember the last time i enjoyed a movie so much.
Read some reviews and gave it a go, this is a "Major Twist" to the horror genre . Without spoiling it, it has something for everyone in it (if your over 15) , humor , horror and thriller.
If you can put up with the Chomping, Chewing, Slurping & Wrapper Rustling ( see seperate thread) then i can recommend it.
Cabin In The Woods.
I can`t elaborate on the plot as it would spoil the film, as you will see from the reviews.
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Over the last few weeks we have worked our way through all three seasons of Archer. Very very funny, if you like your comedy offensive
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Went to the pictures tonight & watched The Hunger Games.
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I thought you'd be watching "Cats".
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Lol, don't do musicals.
Watched...... Last night. Good film certainly, but I think I still prefer...
BBC 4s The Bridge another Scandinavian cop/murder series. This one set in Sweden and Denmark. First 2 parts off BBC HD. Let's hope they show the rest in HD, unlikely knowing the Beeb.My foreign language skills not improving.The cops must be well paid in Sweden as she drives around in a Porsche.
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