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by Applecore
Mon Feb 23, 2015 11:28 am
Forum: The Bloodstock Arms
Topic: Thread 101
Replies: 125
Views: 36614

Re: Thread 101

People who complain that their kids are learning bad habits from the kids "celebrity role model". Unless that celebrity specified that they wanted to be a role model then they can't be blamed, why should someone else change their behavior because your kid models themselves on them? STOP W...
by Applecore
Mon Feb 23, 2015 11:15 am
Forum: The Bloodstock Arms
Topic: movies
Replies: 16661
Views: 1927449

Re: movies

I love the bizarre conversations. Written by an alien is probably quite accurate, as Tommy certainly hadn't had a proper conversation with anyone before to base them on.. "I can't, it's private.. So anyway how is your sex life?" "And I'm dying." "Oh Mom.." "I got t...
by Applecore
Mon Feb 23, 2015 9:58 am
Forum: The Bloodstock Arms
Topic: The Wrestling Thread
Replies: 5836
Views: 718059

Re: The Wrestling Thread

Crap crowd, "alright" show. Realistically, the whole thing played out like a decent episode of RAW (even the entrance ramp, etc was just a recycled RAW set, which actually really bothers me.*). Moment of the night had to be Sting/Triple H, as it's got me genuinely excited for Wrestlemania ...
by Applecore
Mon Feb 23, 2015 9:40 am
Forum: The Bloodstock Arms
Topic: TV: Current and Recent
Replies: 6607
Views: 847212

Re: TV: Current and Recent

They even refer to Season 4 in the show as "the gas leak" year. Overall, I actually enjoyed it, but not as much as the rest. Really keen to see how Season 6 does, as hopefully it being exclusively online means they can push it that bit further than a network would allow. Also Agent Carter ...
by Applecore
Mon Feb 23, 2015 9:37 am
Forum: The Bloodstock Arms
Topic: movies
Replies: 16661
Views: 1927449

Re: movies

Prince Charles Cinema in London does regular screenings of The Room, occasionally Tommy Wiseau attends, does a meet and greet with the fans and hosts a Q&A. Me and a few friends went a couple of years ago and Greg Sestero (Mark) was there too. Tommy even tried to direct our group photo, telling ...
by Applecore
Fri Feb 20, 2015 4:40 am
Forum: The Bloodstock Arms
Topic: movies
Replies: 16661
Views: 1927449

Re: movies

I very much understood the style of Elysium and it didn't feel a million miles away from District 9 in terms of scenery, photography, etc. The only flaw I found was that the plot didn't quite make enough sense for me. Once I see Chappie I'll likely re-watch Elysium to really make my mind up about it...
by Applecore
Thu Feb 19, 2015 10:54 am
Forum: The Bloodstock Arms
Topic: Computer Games Thread
Replies: 14050
Views: 1566790

Re: Computer Games Thread

If I'm honest, I tend to skip DLC if it's not adding much new stuff. I played through the Bioshock Infinite DLC as it was included with the game, but never really bothered with anything else. I didn't even know SR3 had DLC :lol: Picked up SR4 today as planned and got stuck straight in. It's somehow ...
by Applecore
Thu Feb 19, 2015 9:39 am
Forum: The Bloodstock Arms
Topic: movies
Replies: 16661
Views: 1927449

Re: movies

Elysium was entertaining enough on first viewing, but afterwards, the more I thought about specific bits, the more it annoyed me. District 9 is one of my favourite films of the last 10 years.
by Applecore
Thu Feb 19, 2015 9:01 am
Forum: The Bloodstock Arms
Topic: movies
Replies: 16661
Views: 1927449

Re: movies

Luke_X wrote:Neil Blomkompp (can't spell his last name).

It's in the sodding link that you copied and pasted :lol:

But seriously, though, that's fucking awesome news. Here's hoping it's more District 9 than Elysium, however.
by Applecore
Thu Feb 19, 2015 8:59 am
Forum: The Bloodstock Arms
Topic: TV: Current and Recent
Replies: 6607
Views: 847212

Re: TV: Current and Recent

I love B99. Never noticed that with the characters before, I just love them all for their individual reasons, but you're right about there being no stereotyping. That's quite impressive they're doing that, actually. On a slightly related note, I realised recently that an advert on TV here quite poss...
by Applecore
Wed Feb 18, 2015 12:35 pm
Forum: The Bloodstock Arms
Topic: TV: Current and Recent
Replies: 6607
Views: 847212

Re: TV: Current and Recent

Parks and Rec and Cougar Town were both awesome as usual this week.
I'm really enjoying Cougar Town, but I still think they could have left it at the end of the previous season. Same goes for Parks and Rec, but any additional Ron Swanson and/or Aubrey Plaza on my screen is a bonus.
by Applecore
Wed Feb 18, 2015 12:34 pm
Forum: The Bloodstock Arms
Topic: Computer Games Thread
Replies: 14050
Views: 1566790

Re: Computer Games Thread

Finished the main story of Saints Row 3 in about a week, playing a few hours every day or so. May look to pick up Saints Row IV tomorrow..
by Applecore
Mon Feb 16, 2015 7:24 am
Forum: The Bloodstock Arms
Topic: TV: Current and Recent
Replies: 6607
Views: 847212

Re: TV: Current and Recent

But The Joker isn't in it.. There's an episode on next week called "Red Hood". That's it so far. Besides, as I said, the "Batman villains" are not yet "Batman villains" (in fact in most cases they're not even yet villains). The Penguin is still called Oswald Cobblepot, ...
by Applecore
Mon Feb 16, 2015 6:07 am
Forum: The Bloodstock Arms
Topic: TV: Current and Recent
Replies: 6607
Views: 847212

Re: TV: Current and Recent

Dexter is amazing if you stop after season 1, 4 or 6. If you continue past any of these then you only have yourself to blame if you're disappointed. That said, it's not like seasons 2, 3, 5, 7 or 8 are totally abhorrent, they're just not as good as 1, 4 and 6 (especially 4). Luke, they don't have &q...
by Applecore
Sun Feb 15, 2015 12:13 pm
Forum: The Bloodstock Arms
Topic: movies
Replies: 16661
Views: 1927449

Re: movies

Also watched Nightcrawler today and really enjoyed it.