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  1. That was an excellent opening to S3. Some very very tense scenes. This is going to be great I wish they would do that quartered O thing at the end as well as the beggining though, so I could nod nod along and go 'oh yeah, got that one'
  2. Just switched on my OG Xbox to find there's an update required. Haven't switched on my One X in the other room yet. Both already had the new dash. What's this one for, anything major? (or I could just exercise some patience and find out for myself in about 10 minutes)
  3. That sounds great @Ste Pickford, Never heard of it either but have just added it to my Prime watchlist. Tonight's entertainment now sorted, thanks.
  4. Is this streaming in the UK yet? I'm assuming cos it's HBO it'll be on Nowtv/sky Atlantic at some point? The Night Of was indeed excellent. Edit - just checked, looks like it's due later this year (autumn) on Atlantic.
  5. Yeah, just switched mine on and it won't sign me in. Try again in a while, it's telling me.
  6. This is something I'm really looking forward to watching having read a bit about it when it was released. I usually wait to see stuff on one of the streaming platforms these days though due to cinema attendees lack of cinema decorum so I hope it turns up somewhere soon.
  7. The Sisters Brothers. 4/5 Top cast with John C Reilly, Joaquin Phoenix, Jake Gyllenhaal and Riz Ahmed. Who are all excellent A Western that did not turn out as I was expecting it to at all. Really enjoyed it. Pretty great take on a RDR 2 mission (that is not a complaint)
  8. Dunno if it was original score or lifted songs, but the music this week was utterly fantastic.
  9. The Dog Stars by Peter Heller. My second read of this. It's a post-apocalyptic tale that takes place around 9 years after a fatal flu epidemic has hit the world (Ooh, timely. Although I had started this re-read before our current pre apocalyptic situation reared its head). Set in the wide open spaces, prairies and airstrips of North America, it tells the story of the pilot of a light aircraft and his new life resettling in the semi wilderness after losing almost everything he loves. It might not sound like it from the premise, but it's a lovely book, explores his relationships with the few living beings who are left alive while getting back to basics and rediscovering the beauty of the world that has survived. It does have its share of some of the usual plot points you get in a post apocalyptic novel (bad people wanting your stuff etc) but there is so much more to it than that. Moving in many places, some lovely nature writing and all in all its pretty uplifting. I suppose the nearest thing I could compare it to is Station Eleven, it's got that sort of gentle, laid back vibe to it, but still with an edge. Really is a lovely book (I mean, look at the cover, who wouldn't want to read that??)
  10. This is excellent. I expect I'll have this done and dusted before the weekend is up.
  11. Haven't played for a while but I think I'll crank it back up again tonight, it's a great little game. Feel free to add multiClunk if you're on Xbox
  12. That blue and white 3 wheeler thing keeps popping up along their route, can't be a coincidence? (It probably can) These three have made watching Top Gear ok for me again. I think they're doing a pretty good job of it.
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