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  1. It’s Holiday on the Buses.


    About two minutes after this scene, the girl in the picture runs for a bus and her breasts pop out of her top*. Stan gawps at her and crashes the bus, resulting in him and Jack getting fired and ending up working at a Butlins style summer camp.  

    He gets a cheap holiday for the family, but while waving to Arthur and Olive, Arthur, bike, sidecar and family get run off the road resulting in their luggage ending up in the river. Later they end up painting their own chalet and blowing up a toilet. 

    * As I understand, if you did frame by frame advance, you could actually see her bare breasts for around 8 frames. Too far and you got back to Stan’s leering face. It could take some work to get the pause correct. So I was told.


    I’ve never seen the film.

  2. Has anyone seen the new Texas Chainsaw Massacre on Netflix?


    I flicked through it earlier and while it didn't seem up to much, it didn't shy away from the gore. It's meant to be a direct sequel to original Tobe Hooper original and there are more than enough nods, including 



    John Laroquette doing the narration, and the final girl from the original movie, returning as a sort of Sarah Connor badass. 


    It's barely 80 minutes, but does contain a scene on a bus that


    could rival the recent Malignant's jail scene. There's also a number of splintered bones, heads smashed in etc, and a great final fuck you - which you know is coming, but was still quite well done.



    Given how low on blood and gore the original was, this goes in the complete opposite direction. Even just skimming through, there's way too many 'about to get chainsawed to death but a character you thought was dead is really still alive' moments. Maybe watch a highlights reel on YT. 

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