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  1. Hi guys.


    I've recently been going through my old games and found a few interesting ones like Vib-Ribbon, Ray Tracers, Bishi Bashi Special and Castlevania Symphony of the Night.

    Am I right in thinking Castlevania is rare and worth a fair bit?  It's the Limited edition PAL version, with the CD soundtrack but without the art book (I don't remember ever having it).


    I've got a fair few other games (PS1,PS2,SNES) too, is it worth trying to sell on rllmuk or am I better just getting them on Facebook?

  2. I went to the Big Scream film festival on the weekend in the old IMAX cinema in the Bristol aquarium.




    Night of the Eagle - 1962

    3 screams/5


    Evil Dead 2 - 1987

    5 screams/5


    The Tingler - 1959

    I had no idea about this film but it was actually quite an event when it came out.  Absolutely bizarre, loved it though. With added planted audience members and giant Tingler come down from the ceiling!

    4 screams/5




    The Craft - 1996

    4 screams/5


    Halloween - 1978

    Filmed introduction from the final girl herself; Jamie Lee Curtis.  Especially for Bristol.😎

    4 screams/5


    Elvira - Mistress of the Dark - 1988

    Never seen before, ridiculously camp and funny as.

    3.5 screams/5


    The Slumber party massacre -1982

    There's more boobs and bums in this film than a porn flick!  Serial killer runs around with a massive drill killing! I actually fell asleep in this one!


    3 screams/5


    A lot of these films I'd never of watched at home, but sat in the IMAX with a massive screen and a couple of hundred like minded souls made such a difference.  Great weekend.



  3. 1 minute ago, Azrael said:

    I liked the wee 3d graphic and based on the current (bullshit) rules he was offside but was there any reason it took that long to resolve?

    Only thing I can think of is they literally don't want to make a decision without a definitive graphic in front of them.

  4. Ajax had the first 20mins and then Liverpool came back into it.


    I was still surprised though when the stats came up at 35mins of 

    50% - 50% possession

    Liverpool having passed the ball more. (Something like 184 -163). 


    I thought Ajax had more of the ball.

  5. How the hell did Man City not get a penalty for the goalies studs catching Haaland but then get a penalty for Silva dangling his foot out so it collides with the Brighton defender?


    What's the point of VAR.

  6. I didn't see a lack of effort or desire, what I saw was a lack of creativity and ability to think out side the box a bit.  We miss Thiago desperately when he doesn't play but to negate that a bit we can cope if Fabinho and Henderson play together.  When we lose 2 out of the 3 it all goes to shit.  Elliott was energetic and tidy today but it looked like he was being asked to do too much with Mo not out on the right.  Jones was poor and for him to play the whole game was pretty shocking to be fair.  Salah upfront was anonymous.  To have both him and Firmino playing through the middle was a mistake in my book, especially as Forest were so tight through the middle.  Even when changes were made we continued with Salah in the middle and first Jones then what seemed like Oxlade-Chamberlain on the right.  We lacked movement all game.

    Our defence in general was fine, until of course Gomez fucked up for the free kick.  Milner didn't play badly at all but it was crying out for TAA down the right all game.


    It's annoying because we had won 2 on the trot and this was a game we'd expect to win.

    I expect us to do what's necessary in Amsterdam, but that will be with Nunez, Thiago and Henderson back in.


    To end this on a positive, Allison Becker is a phenomenal keeper and the best I've probably ever seen for Liverpool.


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