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  1. I've finally got a copy of the below, which is supposed to be incredibly fucked and is causing a stir. Been chasing it for a while. Its not available anywhere, really, so if you want the link let me know. https://www.rottentomatoes.com/m/the_scary_of_sixty_first https://www.berlinale.de/en/programme/programme/detail.html?film_id=202105883 https://variety.com/2021/film/reviews/the-scary-of-sixty-first-review-1234919297/
  2. Haha I'm sound with this being the main thread, I don't post enough to update an OP.
  3. Roll has invincibility frames, do a few hits and dodge. Rinse and repeat. It's basically Souls combat without parry.
  4. Yes. The first boss is hilariously easy. If you've played any game like this before it should be a bit of a cakewalk. Everything else makes up for it though.
  5. First 'section' done. Its an absolute joy. Handles beautifully, music is chill. Got some decent, playful humour. The only downside is it feels a tad too easy, but thats in-keeping with Zelda, I suppose. Lovely little thing.
  6. https://www.mirror.co.uk/sport/football/news/breaking-premier-league-footballer-arrested-24571071 Same nationality as a popular supermarket chain, apparently.
  7. I like Soul/Blues/Gospel, but it's not anything I ever choose to listen to. More a Jungle/DnB guy. Music preference doesn't matter at all, it's just a wonderful documentary all round. Fantastic footage and captures a pivotal moment in American history.
  8. Just back from watching it. I'd put it up there with the best documentaries I've seen. The footage is spectacular, goosebumps throughout most of it. A couple of tears. It is mainly concert footage too, interspersed with some talking heads (artists and people who went), alongside some commentary on Harlem and America at the time. It absolutely flew by and if it is showing near you, its well worth going watching on a big screen. Nina Simome, Stevie Wonder, Sly and the Family Stone...so many greats, completely unseen until now. I saw Amazing Grace a couple years back, this has pipped it.
  9. Yeah we're going tomorrow evening. First film at the cinema in ages, can't wait.
  10. Yeah I've never got the hate over the hot tub thing. Just don't watch it. To encourage gambling is a big fucking no no however.
  11. I'm getting into writing again and that phrase is a challenge so I'll give it a go at least.
  12. German accounts and press running with Chelsea about to offer 175mil Euros for Haaland. His clause kicks in next summer for him to leave at around 75mil Euros, wouldn't be shocked to see this happen. Next summer would be Real, Bayern or City, I'm sure. The most exciting striker around since forever but that's still a massive outlay.
  13. Went to my cousins a few weeks back. He and his mate had never tried VR so took the Quest up. Missus bought them that Darth Vader Episode 1 thing as a surprise as they're both insane Star Wars geeks. Their absolute fucking delight made me so damn happy. Literal minds blown for both. They wouldn't shut up about it for like 2 nights and both went through it a couple times. One of them even took a mad power stance first time he met Vader, pissing our sides. His mate tried Half Life Alyx. Man went off at the whole reload/back pack thing and when the Strider went over him he nearly knelt down in awe. His mate wouldn't try teleportation though and got queasy after 30 minutes or so. First Steps was also rinsed a lot. Long term until its up to close to, or similar PC spec kinda visuals, it's not for me as a continual thing. But seeing others absolutely go off when they try it is worth everything. Still a touch too blurry for me and due to my fucked eyes, lenses are like 350 quid. I'm hyped for the future of VR though.
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