Dingo took my tray bake.
- Oct 13, 2018
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- The Chilterns
Most people give it a day or two though. The imaginary shotgun might stay unloaded long enough to see the first plate of turkey sandwiches.*A common day-dream not confined to Midsomer I suspect.
Out of interest, have you seen this ? (characters returned to normal life with a memory swipe)one of my and my wife’s favourites. Once it started going properly from about episode 5 onwards we just fell in love with the characters, flaws and all.
the character development in this show is amazing.
We were gutted when it ended.
Oooh, I'll have a look at that! I LOVE afterlife drama.Watched Haunter on Prime which is the sort of ghost/chiller film I like - no sex, no gore and an interesting premise. A sixteen year old girl becomes aware she's in a 'Groundhog Day' loop and figures out early on that she's dead - as is her family, but they don't know it.
Started watching this last night on your recommendation. It's better than you would imagine, thanks for the heads-up. I'd never even heard of it before.Searching on Prime for something to watch as TV is an insult. Re-ran last episode of The Magicians (fourth season) and blubbed at the ending again. Then found a fifth season. It's finally Christmas.
Yes, that's a good little film, and I'm glad they got his stories down before he died. They don't mention he made a lot of enemies, though! Garrett Morris (Saturday Night Live, The Stuff) really hated him!King Cohen on Amazon Prime. A documentary about prolific writer/director Larry Cohen. Quite entertaining, especially the stories of his habit of filming in public places without permission and he comes over as a likeable sort of chap.
Watched, enjoyed.Watched Haunter on Prime which is the sort of ghost/chiller film I like - no sex, no gore and an interesting premise. A sixteen year old girl becomes aware she's in a 'Groundhog Day' loop and figures out early on that she's dead - as is her family, but they don't know it.
There was an interesting BBC documentary on the subject not so long ago: The Yorkshire Ripper Files: A Very British Crime Story.The Ripper. Fascinating documentary on Netflix about Peter Sutcliffe, the recently deceased Yorkshire Ripper, his crimes and the police quest to catch him. We're 3 episodes in. It's engrossing.
it’s bizarre how many people I know have never heard of Chelmsford 123. I‘ve no idea if it would hold up now, but at 16 years old it was one of my favourites. Every time I hear Romford I’m reminded of the show.Whenever people have a go at historical inaccuracy in light entertainment or comedy, I can't help asking "you do know it's fiction, don't you?" I love history but I also love comedies such as "Blackadder" (of course), "Upstart Crow" (took a while to grow on me) and "Chelmsford 123" (don't judge me).
I remember coming across that program.I recorded a Ch 4 documentary about swingers called, imaginatively, Swingers. It features lots of people visiting a swingers' club and, y'know, swinging.
About halfway through it and I've just heard the novel expression serious truncheons.
Highly recommendable so far.
That's Swingers, not swinging. I haven't tried that.
What surprised me most was the club owner's assertion that there are swingers' clubs all over the country and that any of one's neighbours might be into it. I must've had a sheltered upbringing!It's the light pornography version of a freak show.
"Here, watch this programme! It's about ... y'know ... sex and stuff!"
It's talking about a subject which is well comprehended by those who indulges and fascinates those who don't.
Not my kind of thing, mind: either the subject or the type of show.