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‘Only Lovers Left Alive’ trailer
John Hurt, Tilda Swinton, Tom Hiddleston, Mia Wasikowska and Anton Yelchin star in this tale of bored vampires looking unwashed. There is blood, uncombed hair, sunglasses, nudity and big hair. This looks weird.

Best Lines:
“Yeah, what a drag.”

“I have what you need.”
“Not what I need.”

‘Oculus’ trailer
This 2013 horror stars Karen Gillan in a tale of sheets, a creepy poem and a mirror. This looks creepy.

Best Lines:
“Window, portal, darkened door.”

“My soul you’ll hold forever more.”

The Musketeers’ 1x03 promo
Uh.

‘Big Tips Texas’ promo
WTF?

Cherries = yum.

Stephen Fry is to play the PM in the new ‘24’? WTF?!?!?!?

I am reading ‘Peaceable Kingdoms’.

I will review ‘Priest’ and ‘Horrible Bosses’.

The Beatles reunion at the Grammy Awards was a bit underwhelming.

On ‘Hollyoaks’, Fraser yells. Jason is stupid. Tegan is a fool. Jim is thrown out on the street by the McQueens when the truth about Myra faking her death is revealed. Leela annoys. John-Paul screams. Maxine’s favourite movie is ‘Clueless’. Holly makes things worse. Jim tells Trevor that Fraser murdered his father. Patrick menaces Maxine in front of Sam who fails to notice. Maxine blames herself for everything and so does everyone else. Patrick has her brainwashed. Tegan neglects her baby, Sonny is awful, Freddie lets a secret out and Trevor decides to turn on Fraser.

Best Lines:
“How stupid are you, eh?”

“I want to be the man she thinks I am.”
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