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Trailers, Quotes & Stuff

'Deadwater Fell' promo


'Wisting/Martin's Close' promo

BBC4 drama.

'The Trial Of Christine Keeler' promo


'The Cure' promo


'Wolves' promo


'The Outsider' promo


'Star Wars: The Rise Of Skywalker' tv spot


'Gold Digger' 1x06 promo


'A Quiet Place part II' teaser

Alien to god.

'Star Wars: The Rise Of Skywalker' tv spot

Poor Kylo Ren.

Hot Chocolate – nice.

Lavender choc – nice.

Thai spicy crackers – mmm.

Gluten free mince pies – yum.

'Sticks And Stones' was unwatchable.

What is a butterfly house?

I won't read 'Dead Endless'.

I missed 'Batman/Superman Issue 5'.

I read spoilers for 'The Rise Of Skywalker': I AM PISSED OFF.

'Ten Days In The Valley' Quote:

“When you least expect it, I will come for you.”

'Charles I: Killing A King' Quotes:

“Accountable to no earthly authority.”

“Had enough of refusal to comprommise.”

“Can a king commit treason?”

“Litany of human tragedy.”

“God is never far from politics.”

“Shows where god's favour lies.”

“Night of misrule.”

“Bacon faced.”

“Barginning with meances.”

“Nothing civil about civil war.”

“What had been days ago just a wild threat is now real.”

“Accepted and obeyed.”

“Great Seal Of England.”

“The destruction of his Seal is ominious.”

“Exhausted and resentful.”

“Only god can judge a king.”

“Their evils.”

“Tempting to see great portent.”

“Bargaining with menaces.”

“God's will on Earth.”

“News can be dangerous.”

“Someone will take it to the alehouse.”

“Of whom nothing good is remembered.”

“Excertable memory.”

“Rightly frightened.”

“Entirely unprecedented.”

“Stir up the people.”

“This book is contraband.”

“Religious beliefs are unwavering.”

“Flinging him into the ditch.”

“He knows how this ends.”

“Recovered the cane top and his dignity.”

“Be sure of his life.”

'A Wedding And A Murder' Quote:

“Church and family are at the heart of the community.”

'Channel 4 News' Quote:

“Naturally from his minibar.”

'Sky News' Quote:

“Driving his Paw Patrol truck along a busy road.”

'Last Days At Luggala' Quotes:

“Training grounds for prisons.”

“Dropped out of Eton.”

“Old women wailing by hearthsides.”

“How lucky that they didn't.”

'Snapped' Quote:

“Play the pity card.

'The Death Of Stalin' Quotes:

“I judge you! I judge all of you!”

“Can you ever trust a weak man?”

“Acts of perversion.”

“Anti-soviet behaviour.”

“I will bury you in history.”

'The Irish Times' Quotes:

“Did not want that justice.”

“Luke wasn't sufficiently badass.”

“Carrie Fisher actually dead in real life, is back to mutter self-help aphorisms blankly.”

“May be relieved to see James Corden end up in a bin.”

“The dread that any chill or fever might be a death sentence.”

“Failed to inspire.”

“Doesn't do cynicism.”

“Cuts a divisive figure.”

“Perhaps especially within classical circles-”

“Place of personal meaning.”

“Glorified protest movement with cult trimmings,”

“Raging Grannies.”

“Very decent family.”

“Appears blind to his family's faults.”

“It was not, for once, an unreasonable conclusion.”

“Lying media.”

“Ranting incoherently.”

“Shifty-eyed demeanour.”

“Obvious deficiencies.”

“Well-recognised name and status.”

“Did not feel that the consequences necessarily needed to be so stark.”

'Dr Phil' Quotes:

“You always ruin it!”


“With your mouth!”

'Wakenhyrst' Quote:

“Those who can make you believe absurdities can amke you commit atrocities.”

'Law & Order: SVU' Quote:

“Tick DNA.”

On 'Hollyoaks': James and Grace shot Mercedes.

Best Line:

“I do judge you! The whole village judges you!”

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