The Shawshank Redemption – With the exception of Armageddon, the nineties’ best film about digging a big hole.
This series will concentrate on how the blood-drinking, flesh-eating, shape-shifting extraterrestrial reptilian humanoids reach their single objective of enslaving the human race.
"I can confirm that the forth billboard will play a critical role and won’t just be there to advertise some nice cakes or anything.”
The film is a result of a special clause in the deal Disney made to acquire the Star Wars licence that George Lucas had inserted because everyone was mean about his Star Wars prequels.
“Tensions will be further increased as Woody’s other half, Beau Peep, takes Buzz’s side in the arguments, with their relationship already fraught, having been together for 20 years."
“As I have made clear, this is a non-musical version of the story containing no songs at all, not even Master of the House. Understood? Good."
Carry On At Your Convenience had debuted in British cinemas in December the previous year and it’s firebrand radicalism had struck a nerve.
I head down to the Splintered Foot because, you know, after a few pints of Frantic Headbanger, you can get totally enthusiastic about anything, even billboard films.
“I’ll hold my hands up, it simply didn’t work,” said writer of the piece and all-round handsome man Neil Tollfree.
It’s the weekend, you’ve got exciting plans to visit friends and family. But let’s be honest, you’re going to blow all that off and lie on the sofa watching telly like normal people, so here’s our guide to the best films this weekend.