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The Black Books: Social critique

You are most probably not familiar with the show The Black Books. It is a rather niche British TV series which, let’s be frank, you probably wouldn’t find funny unless you have a special taste for the British humour. 269 more words

Dylan Moran: types of alcohol

Ok, so I deleted my late night drunken I-hate-work-and-everything-is-shit rant from last night.  But I’ll replace it with this.  This guy gets it.

Shaun Of The Dead

A re-evaluation of a cult classic I never loved, and a celebration of one filmmaker’s brilliance.

“How’s that for a slice of fried gold?”

‘Clever’ doesn’t even begin to describe this.

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Shaun of the Dead

By 2004, we were just at the beginning of what would be a decade-long period of intense cinematic interest in zombies. Danny Boyle’s revolutionary 28 Days Later hit the scene in 2002, and two years later, so did Zack Snyder’s remake of Dawn of the Dead. 1,070 more words


Black Books | Top 5 British Shows You (Probably) Haven't Seen

What is it about?

Wine lollies.  The Little Book of Calm.  Manny’s fabulous hair.   Irate instructions for appropriate customer behavior written on a chalk board.  An overall absolute disdain for anyone who actually thought they might like to try and buy a book in a bookshop.   291 more words



People will kill you over time, and how they’ll kill you is with tiny, harmless phrases like, ‘be realistic.” -Dylan Moran