I just saw a creepy hidden gem of a film. Currently on iPlayer (but not for much longer) and Amazon: The Borderlands
It’s a ‘found footage’ but head and shoulders above most of the genre. Has a few cheap scares but is mostly about a slow ratcheting up of the tension and dread. You don’t know exactly where it is going until the final gut-punch reveal, which is now playing on my mind and robbing me of sleep (hence why I am posting at 2:45am). After watching I found Mark Kermode's review, he said he almost had to leave because it was too much and he’s a horror veteran.
Given the nature of Labour’s Euro-fanatic candidates list and the crucial juncture we have reached in the fight for the full implementation of the #Brexit referendum result and for one-time only I will be supporting @Nigel_Farage in next months elections. @TheBrexitPartly
Congratulations to The Prodigy. This is some achievement and like the article says, puts them level with the likes of Elton John and George Michael. All on independent labels too. Liam Howlett should be knighted.
But how the biz has changed since streaming and YouTube got in on the act. No Tourists sold 24,000 to grab the top spot. The Fat of the Land sold 317,000 in week one.