Sit in Urbis until we all turned 18.
The Venga Bus taxi, Peter Kay, and chips and gravy.
Still trying to beat this sucker since 1997.
Imitation is the sincerest form of flattery, except when it’s not.
Being inebriated beyond measure is all fun and games.
Then someone puts something shiny in front of you and all hell breaks loose.
Is Juno/Garden State/something like that on TV?
Why not drink along with the feel-good indie movie of choice by necking a spirit every time one of these tropes pops up…
You’re a hip young working professional in a digital-savvy world.
Now, if only someone would reply to your emails.
Except for Sharknado, which we’re still confused about.
God, these modern TV shows you get these days. All those people sitting on chairs, looking directly at the camera, with emotive half-lights, eh?
What this country is coming to I’ll never know. I remember the 90s, where people used to be fun. TV characters didn’t just look broodingly into the distance, they crouched down. They drank milkshakes.
Hello. If you’ve clicked this, you have shown no mercy. Joffrey is DEAD. Sorry spoiler. For those who haven’t read the books - we now have the joy of our first proper murder mystery. (As let’s face it, none of the other deaths have exactly been subtle) As such, we should only celebrate with an intense look at the last final 5 minutes and speculate whodunnit. So many suspicious glances…
With new avant-garde sci-fi choices, and her own Marvel character, Scarlett Johansson has moved into her very own Johannassaince. REJOICE.
It’s an instant knee jerk reaction, we’ve seen it 42,000 times, before AND post-puberty, yet still those little buggers at Pixar have been the puppet masters of our heart strings for over a decade now. Here are the key moments that make us cry very long rivers of sadness.
You know when you’re watching a movie and you want to climb into your TV like that enthusiastic lass from The Ring? Yes, of course you do. Well it’s usually because the people in the movie just seem so awesome.