True dat. Comeback Kid, The King Blues, Dananananaykroyd, Madina Lake, Twin Atlantic, Hexes, Pulled Apart By Horses, Deaf Havana, Me Vs Hero, TRC, Blitz Kids, Turbowolf and Breaking The Day have all been added to the lineup of what’s looking like a killer fucking weekend. We apologise in advance if we’re sick on you at it. Grab a ticket here.
BANG BANG BANG BANG BANG! If you’re a fan of Kaylee (and who isn’t?), you could do a lot worse than buying an amazing poster. Go on.
It must be nice to have a ridiculous amount of free time, like the CG chump who replaced Baby from Dirty Dancing with a computery Iron Man. Just think, if he’d used that time trying to develop a cure for cancer, Patrick Swayze might still be alive.
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We had a merry little trip down the pictures last night to see a preview of the forthcoming remake of ’80s pant-shitter A Nightmare On Elm Street.
What we liked:
It was proper straight-forward, no messin’ horror fodder. Slashings, disembowelings, jumpy-as-fuck bits and a some proper camp one-liners. Also, it pleasantly came in at just over 90 minutes, so no-one fell asleep and got buggered in their nightmares or owt.
What stunk a bit:
The 1984 Wes Craven original is still da fucking bomb, so watching this is a bit like trying to recreate your favourite Subway sarnie: it’s still proper delicious, but it’s just not the same. Also, there was potential to get the odd glimpse of lovely boobies, but this never surfaced. Shame.
In UK cinemas 7 May