Some films coming out soon that are really exciting and make the world seem a better place


#1

So there’s the latest “teaser” from my Spirit Animal…


#2

Fucking love Deadpool. More of that please.


#3

I’m really doing my best but you’d be surprised how little I’m able to move things along…


#4

Come dressed as deadpool to Caoland 2017.


#5

Best I could do would be PaddlingPool


#6

I did my best! Dead :poop:l


#7

Anyone been to see Justice League yet? Hoping it’s not rubbish…!


#8

Sorry, what I meant was, this film looks amazing;


#9

A few, including Reno have seen this and were quite impressed with it


#10

Saw Justice League - I wasn’t impressed. Christ it was long…


#11

ALTERED CARBON

As a big fan of the books I’m totes stoked for this upcoming Netflix series - should be off the wall; vat grown, custom made and enhanced body “sleeves” to be downloaded into, space-opera style hard boiled sci-fi with tonna shooty gubbins;


#12

Not completely without problems - this kind story has been done a few times - but I think I’ll like it;


#13

Dafuq?


#14

That looks great!

Word


#15

I watched “Better Watch Out” last night and it’s kinda twisted. Certainly not graphic (no direct shots of gore or torture), but it sets a generally unpleasant tone throughout.

It’s different to what I expected from the trailer, but it’s worth a watch for a short enough film.


#16

I am going to see Star Wars on Thursday, I may be a little bit excited.


#17

#18

That looks great. Wacky Peenix had really grown into a helluvan actor


#19

A new series worth checking out (so far) is MARS on Netflix.

It’s a factual/fictional series by National Geographic jumping between 2016 and 2033 with a fictional human mission to Mars interspliced with interviews and snippets from current day events and people such as Elon Musk, Neil Degrasse Tyson, Andy Weir and a host of NASA veterans and so on.

Only watched 2 episodes last night, but certainly warrants checking out.


#20

I started to watch that on Nat Geo but I couldn’t get into it from the constant jumping back and forth interspersed with factual stuff.