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Inside No.9- Series Review

September 16, 2014 4:36 pm0 comments
Inside No.9- Series Review

A Tales of the Unexpected for the modern age where comedy and the macabre are interlaced, Inside No.9 invites the viewer to embark on six standalone stories, each unfolding behind different doors marked with a number 9. Wherever these doors lead, whether it be a flat, country house or theatre […]

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Profiles: Bullseye Jim Bowen

July 12, 2014 9:50 am0 comments
Profiles: Bullseye Jim Bowen

A Reyt Gud profile of comedian and Bullseye treasured host, Jim Bowen. A think cloud of smoke drifts out of a homemade smoking device and gently creeps its way through the air and wafts over a TV that illuminates a small, stuffy attic room. Someone speaks in a drawl about […]

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Inside No.9 Episodes 1-3: ‘A Tales of the Unexpected for the modern age’

June 18, 2014 3:00 pm1 comment
Inside No.9 Episodes 1-3: ‘A Tales of the Unexpected for the modern age’

‘A Tales of the Unexpected for the modern age’ where comedy and the macabre are interlaced, Inside No.9 invites the viewer to embark on six unrelated stories, each unfolding behind different doors marked with a number 9. Wherever these doors lead, whether it be a flat, country house or modernist […]

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Don’t Mention the War: Has Censorship Gone Too Far?

February 14, 2013 12:59 pm2 comments
Don’t Mention the War: Has Censorship Gone Too Far?

  Warning: this article will contain the ‘n-word’, and other similar words, because, put simply, it’s about the ‘n-word’. It relates to the recent story about the BBC editing out a scene of an episode of the repeated series of ‘Fawlty Towers’ because of censorship. Now I don’t like that word, and never have […]

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Review: Sightseers (Wheatley, 2012)

December 8, 2012 6:00 pm1 comment
Review: Sightseers (Wheatley, 2012)

If Oliver Stone’s visceral Natural Born Killers is the notorious story of ‘Bonnie and Clyde’ on acid, Ben Wheatley’s Sightseers is most aptly described as the same story, but one brought to the fore by lukewarm cups of tea and sunday visits to National Trust heritage sights. A quintessentially British take on ultra-violence and one of […]

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