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Twin Peaks – What To Expect From Series 3

57 minutes ago

Finally the wait is over! Old fans and fans yet to be will be watching the new series of Twin Peaks, after more than twenty years of absence from the small screen.

The original series from David Lynch was never predictable and would always throw a curve ball for the audience – the first series starting off with the body of a local teenager found in the town of Twin Peaks. Having re-watched the first and second series to get on track and of course the prequel film Fire Walk with Me (1992), I feel I am refreshed with the intricacies of Twin Peaks once again. Fear not if you have run out of time to play catch up on the previous series, I’m sure jumping straight into series three after such a gap you could probably keep up with the ethos of the show. Lynch’s work is very stand alone in places. »

- Kirsty Everiss

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Review: The Kaos Brief (2016)

8 hours ago

Following the success achieved by The Blair Witch Project (1999), there has been an increase in this guerrilla film making style, with film makers often trying to replicate the formula. These films may be cheaper to make, but how many times can you watch people running through the woods with a shaky camera, wondering if they’ve previously been this way, before the viewer starts feeling a sense of déjà vu. The antagonist may change in each film, but primarily the idea remains the same.

When I saw The Kaos Brief was another found footage film, I was expecting the same and for the first 15 minutes it looked as though I was going to be proven right. But thankfully the filmmakers have clearly decided to be a bit more original by setting the story in a more urban environment, which worked so much better in creating a stronger story.

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- Philip Rogers

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Red Dead Redemption 2 delayed until Spring 2018

19 hours ago

The long anticipated sequel to Red Dead Redemption has been delayed until 2018, Rockstar Games announced this evening.

Red Dead Redemption 2 was originally set to for a Autumn 2017 launch but the studio this evening announced via their website that the open world western title would be delayed until Spring 2018.

The studio say the delay is due to the game being the first Rockstar title “to be created from the ground up for the latest generation of console hardware” and some “extra time” is required to “deliver the best experience possible.”

“We are very sorry for any disappointment this delay causes, but we are firm believers in delivering a game only when it is ready,” read the statement.

The studio promised to release more details of the highly anticipated sequel to the 2010 original this summer and also released new screenshots of the game, as shown below.

Red Dead Redemption 2 was officially announced »

- Jamie Press

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Movie Madness Podcast – Series 3 – Ep 2: The Departed

22 May 2017 1:00 AM, PDT

In this episode of our comedy podcast Tom and Jonno are shipping up to Boston to talk about the Martin Scorsese crime/thriller The Departed (2006) discussing trivia, favourite moments and music, plus they play a game they have dubbed Equal Sequel Wars, both pitching their sequel ideas with hilarious results.

Listen via the player below or alternatively you can download via iTunes.

Warning! Contains spoilers and strong language.

https://ia601503.us.archive.org/15/items/Series3Episode2TheDeparted/Series%203%20-%20Episode%202%20-%20The%20Departed.mp3 »

- Tom Batt

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