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Year One (2009, dir. Harold Ramis)

Two neolithic losers stumble into Old Testament-era civilization. Patchy lowbrow comedy ticking off every genitals-related gag in the scrolls. Some funny moments; the always-welcome Oliver Platt steals the show as a lascivious high priest.

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Review - LOCK, STOCK AND TWO SMOKING BARRELS (Guy Ritchie, 1998, UK)

Guy Ritchie’s feature debut Lock, Stock and Two Smoking Barrels is a work of stylized excess and violence. It has a surplus of characters (90% of which are male, female intrusion in the narrative is kept to a minimum), a surplus of narrative, and lots of stylized urban savagery. 414 more words


Suspense Stitched into the Plot ‘The Midnight Meat Train’ is Must-See Horror (Review)

Written by: Wesley Thomas

Bradley Cooper did a horror movie? And I didn’t know? And he was impressive in the movie? A hat trick of yes. 499 more words


Da Whistle Goes WOOOOOOO

Midnight Meat Train

*creeeeeaaaaakk* Oh hello there. Please do come in. For those of you who have been here before, welcome once again to The Unholy Cathedral. 933 more words


Full-blooded challenges gone? Not when this man steps on the pitch…

A footballer playing in the 1980’s or 90’s would never expect an injury free game. Players would fly into challenges at a hundred miles an hour, not get booked and would usually see the game out. 448 more words