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Alien: Covenant: blood, gore, and more lore than you can shake a stick at

(This article contains many, many SPOILERS for Alien: Covenant. Of course it does, I mean, man, I’ve waited five years for this film. I’m going deep on this one.) Audiences hunkered in their cinema seats, ready to watch Alien in 1979 were expecting only one thing: to be entertained. Trailers really did tease back then. […]

My American Movie Life: Furious 7 Thoughts

I had been looking forward to this week for quite some time, due to the release of a film in my local cinema… that I actually wanted to see. We don’t live out in the back end of beyond, not by any means, but sometimes our friendly lil multiplex doesn’t carry the specific titles I wish to see. Damn them for not operating like a video store. Or Netflix.

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Gem’s Netflix Picks For Halloween: 12 Movies Guaranteed to Milm Your Keks

Let’s face it, if you’re a film fan every year you cry “Let’s have a horror movie marathon on Halloween!” with the best of intentions. And then it never happens, because better things come your way. Such as an invite to a fancy dress party wherein everyone else has somehow managed to look effortlessly cool AND scary, while you just look like a lonely, used tampon in an outfit you thought would definitely land you a snog.

Whatever circumstance foils your horrorthon, don’t give up hope! There’s still time to assemble a cracking roster of movies for the few folks who have decided to skip out on a party and venture over to your gaff for the night. Read on for my selection of Netflix instant streaming titles that I reckon ought to definitely milm (soil) your keks (trousers/pants.)

My American Movie Life: The Grimy, Crimey 90s

My American Movie Life: a weekly round-up of stuff I’ve watched,
thoughts on my life as a Brit in the U.S., and anything else that seems
inappropriate.

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My American Movie Life: More Than Marvel

My American Movie Life: a weekly round-up of stuff I’ve watched,
thoughts on my life as a Brit in the U.S., and anything else that seems
inappropriate.

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My American Movie Life: Five Years Late To The Party

My American Movie Life: a weekly round-up of stuff I’ve watched,
thoughts on my life as a Brit in the U.S., and anything else that seems
inappropriate.

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The Best Films On Freeview June 20th – June 26th

My selection of the best films on freeview you should watch this week, just in case your own choices have been a little disappointing as of late.

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The Best Films On Freeview June 13th – June 19th

My selection of the best films on freeview you should watch this week, just in case your own choices have been a little disappointing as of late.

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Orange Is The New Black Season 2 Premiere: 3 Incredibly Astute Observations

It’s only fair that the rantings which occur in my household between my wife and I should be shared – especially when we’re bantering away about Orange Is The New Black. She might not see it that way, but she’s at work now.

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5 Heartbreaking Moments In Movies That Make Me Bawl

Proclaiming to have the definitive list of the saddest films and the most tear-inducing moments within them is trickier than attempting to get toothpaste back into the tube. Some I agree with, some have me utterly baffled. Here’s my top 5 that you probably won’t agree with.