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Run Fatboy Run (2008)

Commitment-phobe Dennis Doyle who left his pregnant girlfriend at the altar enters a marathon in an attempt to prove that he has changed to win her back. 225 more words


Top 7 Shaun of the Dead Parallels

Part of the beauty of Edgar Wright’s Shaun of the Dead (2004) is that the first half of the film (everyday life) parallels perfectly the second half of the film (zombie attacks), further beautified by the fact that many of the parallels are extremely subtle. 941 more words


Black Books

Black Books (2000) is a sitcom created by Dylan Moran and starring Moran, Bill Bailey, and Tamsin Greig. Graham Linehan co-wrote the first season. Moran plays a crotchety bookstore owner who loves books but hates customers. 391 more words

gods who are away travelling

Sometimes we come across people who worship gods who are strangely absent from this world.  Like absentee landlords, we philosophise about their existence and just hope we might be right.  220 more words


Dylan Moran's Radio Play, Flann O'Brien and Samuel Beckett

I’ve been a fan of Dylan Moran’s stand-up for as far back as I can remember, since I saw his first stand-up special Monster. I think I was about twelve, and Moran’s misanthropic and depressive whimsy got lodged deep into my world view, and influenced me to try stand-up the few times that I did, aswell as slur the way I speak infinitesimally. 879 more words

You've Got Red on You - Shaun of the Dead (2004)

The best zombie movie this side of the century is a comedy.  So we all have seen the hero’s story in the zombie apocalypse.  How about just a regular guy?   448 more words