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  1. multiclunk

    Netflix - Releases & Recommendations

    I watched The Dirt (motley crue thing) tonight. It was shit. But very entertaining shit. Had a massive Wayne & Garth feel to it. 10/10
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    This is one of those shows that I really enjoy, but I don't think I can think of a single likeable character in it. They are all awful, awful human beings.
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    After Life - Ricky Gervais

    I just watched the whole of this in one afternoon. Ricky Gervais has been getting on my tits in everything he's done since the middle of The Office, but I really enjoyed this. Who knew that could happen, eh? I know it's a totally different thing, but it had a bit of that gentle Detectorists feel to it for me.
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    Netflix - Releases & Recommendations

    Suburra - Blood on Rome is back today for a second series. The first one was excellent. Has similarities with Gomorrah (on Nowtv) but is not quite as good (Nothing is as good as Gomorrah tbf).
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    Crackdown 3

    Loving this. Had to force myself to bed last night after playing for about 4hrs. Whoever compared the feel of some of it earlier to Just Cause 2 is spot on. Aside from the gameplay itself, I'm also very taken by the presentation of it all, the intro's and the little vignettes for various in-between bits are great. I'm playing on a bog standard One & it still looks grand.
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    Forza Motorsport 7

    I haven't played this in a long long time. I had no idea about all these changes and improvements until I caught up with the thread. Think I might well switch it back on this evening to see what all the fuss is about. Thanks for drawing it all to my attention @Boozy The Clown
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    Das Boot TV sequel coming to Sky

    I've got a couple of episodes left to go on this, but it's been really good so far. The U-boat side of the story is much better than the resistance sections, I find. So, so tense. The episode I watched last night, mainly focussed on the U-boat crew, was gripping but I also found it severely depressing
  8. multiclunk

    The Expanse - officially saved by Amazon

    No 4k on UK Prime? I just spent about 10 mins trying to find it but only HD is showing up. Or is it just the usual shite Amazon interface hiding it from me?
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    Now TV

    There's a rather belated 'sequel'* to 1981's Das Boot just started on Sky Atlantic, but all episodes available to stream via NowTV. I'm 2.5 episodes in and I'm really liking it. I only put it on to get a taster last night, but ended up steaming on way past my bedtime. I had been planning on watching over the weekend. * I think it's set very shortly after the events of the original film.
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    A movie watchers blog

    KILL LIST. This is showing on Film 4 on Tuesday 11.35 pm, if anyone hasn't seen it. I haven't changed my mind about this one, so I don't think I'll be watching. Very disturbing (but also fantastic).
  11. multiclunk

    Monthly Release Dates - February 2019

    Yeah, Crackdown is a gimme since it's on Gamepass, Far Cry looks good but compared to the potential of Metro Exodus, I think it'll have to wait. February looks like a great month all round though.
  12. multiclunk

    Netflix - Releases & Recommendations

    Looks like the excellent 'Dirty John' podcast is getting a Netflix series. Out on 14th February. Loved the podcast, but knowing the story probably makes watching it a bit of a poorer experience. Will still give it a go though. And Nightflyers is out today. Anyone tried it yet?
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  14. multiclunk

    What are you reading at the moment?

    The Stand was my first ever Stephen King also, read it many many years ago when I was still a teenager. It's still my favourite book of his now after it led me on to reading almost all of his other stuff available at the time and for a good few years after. The only other of his that I enjoyed as much was the Dark Tower stuff, but that was a whole series of books released over quite a long period (if I'm remembering correctly).
  15. multiclunk

    Polar (Netflix Film) - Mads Mikkelsen

    I've given up on this after just over an hour today. As said above, it's all over the place tonally and although I am in no way related to Mary Whitehouse, the violence is pretty gratuitous and fairly nasty. Mads Mikkelsen is very good though. I'll probably finish watching at some point since I'm past half way, but it's not great.

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