A movie is much like a painting -- you gotta be pretentious before you comme--- no wait, it helps if it looks good. I've a way with words, eh? Milo. Mad Max: Fury Road (2015) Oh can I tell you how excited 14 year old me was by this film -- oh shit. I mean…Read more SAT500: Best Visuals of All Time
OoooooOoOOooOOooOOoOOoOOOooooOOOOOO!!! Scary movies are scary, when they're not shit. Luckily, these scary movies are scary, and not shit! Milo. Scream (1996) Though Alien is my real top horror flick, that lucky bastid got my Best of the 70s pick. That said, Scream is more than a fitting winner here. Wes Craven, not content with creating…Read more SAT500: Best Horror Movie Of All Time
We have the 70s to thank for the blockbuster, the video nasty and plenty in between -- whatta wealth! Milo. Alien (1979) Rather than the OTHER influential sci-fi flick to come out in the 70s, I've chosen Ridley Scott's masterpiece in dread of the unknown. Ominously original, there wasn't much in the way of extra-terrestrial…Read more SAT500: Best Movie Of The 70s
Often regarded as the BIG ONE, this MASSIVE CATEGORY is MASSIVE and BIG -- it'sa BIGGUN', MATE. Milo. Scott Pilgrim Vs. The World (2010) You know those total NOIDS who can recite Monty Python word-for-word? Well -- "Not so long ago in the mysterious land of Toronto, Canada, Scott Pilgrim was dating a high-schooler..." --…Read more SAT500: Best Movie Of All Time
Often the best movies are those that initially fly under the radar, only to be revived by the love of the fans -- true devotion! Milo. This Is Spinal Tap (1984) For me, a cult movie is one that, despite a sense of indie and a sense of quirkiness, garners a massive, undying fan base…Read more SAT500: Best Cult Movie Of All Time
Milo here Ah and yet again we come to this -- one of my favourite posts of the years. Whilst I'm not as big a gamer as I have been, the magic of E3 still has the ability to get me giddy with gaming glee, with hotly anticipated annoucements and trailers and demos taking place…Read more Top Ten Anticipated Games of the Future N That – Milo
Oioi, I’ve recently contributed a little Rocky Horror post to the excellent Otherworlds of Film.
On a separate note (and he hasn’t asked me to write this), this is honestly one of the most engaging and entertaining blogs out there, so if enjoy anything movie-related, I’d highly HIGHLY recommend a follow, got it?
Hey hey! Milo here from Stuff And That comin’ in for a Vault post (how exciting). Thanks again to chaboi Elliot for letting me in (it sure was cold out there), and don’t delay checkin’ out Stuff And That, if I haven’t completely disgusted you that is…
I’mma gonna be lookin’ at The Rocky Horror Picture Show, a 1975 comedy-musical film directed by Jim Sharman, written by Sharman and Richard O’ Brien, and starring Tim Curry, Susan Sarandon, Barry Bostwick and O’Brien himself.
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