80's violence but with a message, what's not to love?
In honour of Peter Weller’s 71st birthday on Monday, I thought I’d review the original RoboCop.
While in Spain recently, Mags and I watched the last half of the remake (which I actually don’t mind) and decided I needed to see the original again.
So during our weekend of not lifting a single finger, I found our copy and put it on. And even after all these years, I still loved every second of this Sci-Fi classic.
A great show that had it all.
It’s been 16-17 years since I first listened to A Perfect Circle’s Mer de Noms and decided I need to see the band that created this amazing music. And only now have I finally completed that mission, but like the old phrase “good things come to those who wait” I definitely did my time here and was rewarded with one of the best shows I’ve ever seen in my life. Only two bands have a chance of topping this: Slipknot and Tool.
Does it live up to the hype? Yes, it does and how.
Hereditary is a movie that snuck up on me from nowhere. To be fair, I only had seen the trailer during a Deadpool 2 viewing and was freaked the hell out - Hello darkness my old friend, where have you been? With a talented cast and an unknown director in his first feature film outing - indie horror is back baby.
A slightly flawed but great game.
As some of you regulars might know, I’ve been waiting patiently for State of Decay 2 for a while now, despite the fact I only started playing the original game a few months ago when I bought the Xbox Gamer Pass (best £7 subscription ever). Sadly I had to be patient until the long weekend before I could sink my teeth (pun intended) into it properly, but I’m loving it. There are some flaws, but I’ll get to those soon, the main point I want to make right now is: State of Decay 2 is totally worth the £23 price tag.