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  1. We haven't really spoken about Gatecreeper in this thread. Having only just come across them I think they are amazing. Really remind me of early 90s Entombed or Dismember.
  2. He was a favourite of Last Podcast on the Left’s “Side Stories” for a number of months. Still can’t believe he thought running for President was a good idea.
  3. This is available for rental on Prime at the moment. It is very mad but not quite as insane as Mandy. Has a few memorable Cage moments with Alpacas and a (presumably now patented) solo freakout. The surveyor character might also be the only sane character in it. Even the Mayor is a borderline loon. But I think the true creepy thing bout Lovecraft is where characters see the aftermath of a human encounter with the old ones. That 2012 version, whilst rubbish, had a very compelling scene of devastation towards the end and this has the same sort of thing on a smaller scale but with some creepy recordings to go with it.
  4. Another point off Wolves! A good day given most below us lost. It's nearly always a dull goalless affair but it's a point we really need given our situation. MacAllister straight onto free kicks by the looks of it too.
  5. It was a bit of a rip off of I've watched that film so many times that it was hard not to see it coming.
  6. Ugh I'm not sure! Norwich and West Ham won and Bournemouth got a point. I'm hoping Liverpool turn over Watford although it sounds like they're putting up a fight. I still don't know why our finishing is so shit. We're better to watch at least.
  7. Crushingly disappointing. So many shots on target. Although I can't believe that early Benteke miss and the Zaha open goal fail right at the end. hI think we need someone a bit more collected in front of goal. Hoping McAllister has something of that if we allow him to ever play. Palace's defence was mostly pretty solid though.
  8. I’m not 100% convinced with Potter’s selection (why Murray on the bench again) but to add an extra dimension to an already weird tie a bunch of Bayer Leverkusen fans are over to support us. Zaha will annoyingly score.
  9. Yeah I missed out on them in their heyday so seeing them on my doorstep is a bit of a no-brainer regardless of how bad they might actually be.
  10. Sisters of Mercy and Exodus coming up for me in about 2 weeks. Excited.
  11. Yeah I'd say that the three I mentioned all have something whereas Anna doesn't, really. But if you'd never seen any of those 3 films and watched Anna, I'm sure it would probably be enjoyable.
  12. Anna (2019). I was fooled into watching it by the banner ad. It's boring rather than bad, which is maybe the same thing but if you've seen Red Sparrow/Atomic Blonde/Salt then this doesn't offer anything different or better than those.
  13. Yeah I got that email too. It feels like an OK price point for the year and they probably have enough stuff to justify the subscription. I just hope it isn't region specific where the US get a load more stuff than everyone else.
  14. I've just realised that pilot guy in hat looked very much like Beef in House of Fools.
  15. Oh my God! Is this part of the 'Allo 'Allo cinematic universe now?
  16. This is on Starz and, like everything else on Starz, is OK and not terrible. It's weird a mixture of silly Michael Caine cockney gangster bullshit and a kitchen sink drama. It isn't boring but I'm not sure that it's good. I haven't seen loads in the way of foreshadowing, rather it's just a bunch of ex-SAS men doing jobs after they leave the Army.
  17. I've only just noticed that Blue Ruin has made it onto Netflix should you want a realistic take on a revenge film.
  18. We have the TV series which is perfectly serviceable for nostalgia purposes. The only reason for this to exist is because some consortium needs to off-shore a few million for tax evasion purposes.
  19. The Devils Blood - "The Thousandfold Epicentre" Folky in a Satanic Hammer Horror kind of way.
  20. There are a load of decent music documentaries on Prime if you like 80s/90s metal or grunge. Some of the bands I've added over the weekend: Mudhoney Rammstein Overkill Tad Death The Desert metal scene (covers QOTSA/Kyuss etc) Also, there's 3 seasons of Bananaman.
  21. I thought it was about the same as Hyperdrive but with Neelix.
  22. "Anti-Nowhere League - We Are the League" is now on Prime. Not as good as the story of Anvil but if you want a story about obnoxious dickheads in the early 80s, this has you covered.
  23. I think maybe one of the reasons he chose us was that he's now playing alongside Maty Ryan and I understand they were childhood friends back in Sydney. It may not be the only reason but I suspect when you're thousands of miles from home, having a link is possibly quite important. Even if it was £10m it's not a dreadful price given his creativity. Now all we need is someone capable of scoring off the chances he, Gross and Trossard create.
  24. We made the Mooy loan deal permanent for £5m. Not a bad bit of business but I imagine he'll have the same strop with us as he did with Huddersfield if/when we go down.
  25. Locadia genuinely didn't play that much be cause he was more focussed on his Soundcloud rapper career. Izquierdo got injured playing for Colombia in the last world cup and still hasn't recovered. Bernardo, Bissouma and Trossard have all had fairly lengthy injury spells but are back and playing. Everyone is subject to Guardiola-style rotation without the benefit of being as talented as that squad. But soon we'll have Mooy for £5m and our very own Scottish Argentinian in Alexis MacAllister. Plus getting Ben White back from Leeds will be a bonus. I also recognise that outside of Palace fans, no one really has an opinion on Brighton other than we're playing more attractive football than last year but still not winning.
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