I'm looking forward to this new BBC 2 series Peaky Blinders that starts this Thursday 12th September. A gangland tale set in Birmingham (England) in the 1920's it looks very promising indeed.
Also, I've very much been enjoying the BBC 1 thriller on Sunday night What Remains, the climax this coming Sunday should be good. Plenty of red herrings so I've no idea whodunnit.
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Finally forced myself to finish watching A good day to die hard, never thought I'd say this but it was pretty dreadful
He's not a diamond geezer, or called Joe!
Revisited the Shining on blu ray, love that film
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'And so on February 22nd 1966, at Luton airport...'
Went to see it at the cinema, though I'd kind of forgotten I had.
Pile of steaming t*rd really wasn't it.
Far from it: I thought it was inventive, brilliantly executed and really enjoyable.
Just Received this through the post so will be watching tonight.
Have read the book so this should be good.
The Top Of The Lake boxed set. I've recently rewatched all of Sherlock and watched all three series of Luther.
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Hummingbird with The Stathe! Grrr! Completely in involving.
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