Win It All (Film) Review

Straight to it tonight, ‘cos this lady’s got to pack and be up at 3.30am. That’s right, it’s mother fucking holiday time – woooooooo! That’s not to take anything away from the lovely and talented (if you like that sort of thing) Jake Johnson, who stars in this new Netflix Original film directed by Joe Swanberg (of […]

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Attack of the 50 ft. Woman (Film) Review

Welcome to the weird and wonderful world of massive, pissed off women and dismissive would-be murdering man-babies, y’all! I’m cracking straight on with this one as I have a lot of thoughts and quite a bit of love for the main character, Nancy Fowler Archer from this quirky fifties classic. I had the poster on my […]

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Blow Out (Film) Review

April will be Blog Free and Die Hard Month which is always a good one for us as it clears films off our Netflix lists and doesn’t restrict us (or make us think too hard). I’m a fan of not thinking too hard right now. This week is my pick and I think I’ve started […]

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A Film a Year

Has anyone seen the meme on Twitter where you have to pick your favourite movie for every year of your life? Well, I have and luckily I’m quite old, so I get to list more films than a lot of people – so here goes! This was very hard by the way. 1977 Star Wars: Episode […]

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Nazi Vengeance (Film) Review

“Surely you realise that souls are reborn in groups?” ~Vengeance-obsessed burnt dude I definitely owe my partner in crime an apology for this week’s pick. It was so loosely based on a true story that it’s laughable. My (extremely lazy) thinking was: Nazis = true story. So. Nazis, regression therapy, the South Downs and some […]

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The Veil (Film) Review

March’s ‘theme’ is going to be Based on True Events and definitely takes us back into bad movie territory, which is exactly where Jill and I wanted to be. After all, our mutual love of the sublime and the ridiculous is what bonded us in the first place. So expect a lot more snark in future reviews. […]

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I Don’t Feel at Home in This World Anymore (Film) Review

Second review of the week (check out the first one here), just because this film is worth a mention, and Jill and I just happened to catch it respectively as soon as it hit Netflix this weekend. *Spoilers* I Don’t Feel at Home in This World Anymore (2017) Director & Writer: Macon Blair Stars: Melanie Lynskey, Elijah […]

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