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So, Lethal Weapon has been renewed for season 3......and Clayne Crawford has been officially fired as Martin Riggs. When it returns, the show will have a new co-star (and a new character instead of Riggs) alongside Damon Wayan’s Murtaugh.......Sean William Scott. ****ing Stifler! They should’ve just cancelled the show. So many people (including me) are done with the show.
Tried watching it on several occasions can't get into one bit comes across bit naff to me
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June on The Horror Channel: John Carpenter season

2nd: The Fog

9th: Christine - Network premier

16th: Big Trouble in little China

23rd: They Live

30th: John Carpenter's Vampires - Network premier
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Old 25th May 2018, 05:05 AM
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Coming to NetFlix on August 17th

Here's Your First Look at Matt Groening's New Netflix Animated Series, Disenchantment | io9 Gizmodo

"Netflix has officially revealed images from the 10-episode first series of Disenchanment, giving us our first look at the hard-drinking princess Bean, who decided ruling a kingdom is boring and sets out on a series of misadventures with an elf named, err, Elfo and her very own demon, Luci."



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Old 26th May 2018, 05:03 PM
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Film4 - Sat 2 Jun - 11:10pm-1am (+ an hour later of Film4+1)

"The Greasy Strangler"

"Review by Alan Jones
Not since the Pink Flamingos days of John Waters and his gutter-trash aesthetic has there been a more divisive carnival of filth, sick humour and depravity than director Jim Hosking's bad taste slasherama. The plot follows a socially inept father and son (astonishingly brave Michael St Michaels and Sky Elobar) as they compete over a woman taking one of their Disco tours around Los Angeles while a grease-dipped maniac stalks the streets killing the innocent. It's just a hook on which to hang extended farting sequences, hilarious sexual clinches, shock splatter and Travolta-style dancing in see-through glitter onesies. Yet it's a cohesive success of excess, even though many will argue that the puerile joke goes on too long and endless repetition of such dialogue as "Hootie Tootie Disco Cutie" is beyond the pale. But the unique outrage oozing from every slippery frame is made palatable by sheer gonzo lunacy.

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Premiere. Brayden lives with his bad-tempered father Ronnie and together they run a walking tour that sheds light on their town's place in the history of disco music. On one outing father and son both fall for one of their clients and this love triangle plays out at the same time as a naked, grease-smothered serial killer is strangling his victims in the neighbourhood. Comedy horror, starring Michael St Michaels and Sky Elobar.

Cast & Crew
Big Ronnie - Michael St Michaels
Janet - Elizabeth De Razzo
Big Paul - Gil Gex
Big Thaddeus - Jesse Keen
Oinker - Joe David Walters"


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A film you would have to restrain me to my chair to rewatch.
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A film you would have to restrain me to my chair to rewatch.
So does it make The Room a masterpiece?

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That was research . Mate had seen The Disaster Artist and was 'enthusing' about it. And still is . He's an odd bunny ....

TGS I thought was trying too hard. Like Srpski imho. But at least that's amusing.
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Date for your diary!

"The first trailer for the 11th series of Doctor Who will premiere June 18 after England's first world cup match!!"
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Been confirmed 5 seasons of Lord of the rings

https://www.unilad.co.uk/film/five-s...how-confirmed/




Five Seasons Of Lord Of The Rings TV Show Confirmed
Amazon have confirmed they’re committed to making five seasons of the upcoming Lord of the Rings TV series.

Late last year Amazon took on both Netflix and HBO to secure the rights to adapt J.R.R. Tolkien’s masterwork for the small screen.

Eventually, though Amazon Studios triumphed, signing a landmark $250 million deal to begin production on the show within the next two years.

The studio is now working with Tolkien Estate and Trust, HarperCollins, and New Line Cinema (the studio that made the original Oscar-winning trilogy) to make the series.

According to rumours, the series won’t retell the story of the War of the Ring and will instead draw inspiration from the many appendices and notes Tolkien drafted.

The first season will reportedly focus on a young Aragorn following the ranger as he’s fostered by Elrond in Rivendell and learns the truth of his royal bloodline

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From the first press release, we know this so-called #LOTR series will NOT be a retelling of the events of the War of the Ring.

Instead, it will be Appendices based and cover a lot of time and history.

This is the greatest advantage the show runners have: that so much of Tolkien’s storytelling, even just in ‘Appendix A’, covers a tremendous swath of time.

Starting with a young Aragorn, narrative allows connections to his Numenorean bloodline (and to the founding of #Gondor).

The fabric of Aragorn’s story is just so rich.

Interestingly it seems that Amazon is using an anthology style approach to explore the world of Middle Earth, with each season focusing on a different character or appendices.

So who else might we see return?

Well, Sir Ian McKellan who of course played Gandalf in Peter Jackson’s big-screen adaptation of Tolkien’s world has hinted he’d like to play the grey-robed wizard again.

While appearing on Graham Norton’s Radio 2 show Sir Ian got very defensive about someone else playing the wizard, rejecting the notion that Gandalf would be recast.

He said:

What do you mean, another Gandalf? I haven’t said yes because I haven’t been asked [to return]. But are you suggesting that someone else is going to play it? Gandalf is over 7,000 years old, so I’m not too old.

How would a TV show afford a star like Sir Ian though?

Well, the new show’s rumoured to have an eye-watering budget of $1 billion, making it the most expensive television series ever produced, so we’re sure securing top-tier talent won’t be a problem.

One person who won’t be appearing, regardless of how much money Amazon offer, is John Rhys Davies who criticised the project saying it was ‘all about money’.

Andy Serkis, who made a name for himself playing Gollum in the original trilogy, has also ruled out an appearance saying that as it’s a fresh take on the story he doesn’t see himself appearing.
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