Afternoon Doubloons – Han Solo, Jack Bauer, Gremlins Tee & More.

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It’s time for the UK to apologise to Australia’s indigenous people – (The Guardian)

The undetectable serial killer theory – (Edward James Edwards)

Netflix has a ton of hidden categories and here’s how to find them – (The Medium)

Jack Bauer is gone as Fox moves on with a new series of 24 with a new leading character – (Nerdist)


Han Solo prequel won’t be an origin story after all – (Sequels Prequels)

Gremlins tribute t-shirt now available at Stealthy Giant – (Stealthy Giant)

Boy in Messi bag footbal shirt has been found – (BBC News)

A 45 minute behind-the-scens documentary on the filming of The Revenant – (YouTube)


Avast! Trailer for Joe Dante’s Burying The Ex.

Tis a wonderful day when you discover your favourite dirctor Joe Dante, (Gremlins, Inner Space), has a new movie coming out soon.

Above is the trailer for Burying The Ex which stars Anton Yelchin, (Star Trek, Fright Night), Ashley Greene,(The Twilight Saga), and Alexandra Daddario, (True Detective, San Andreas). The plot of which rattles along like so:

Max, an all-around nice guy and Evelyn, his beautiful girlfriend move in together. When Evelyn turns out to be a controlling, manipulative nightmare, Max knows it’s time to call it quits, but there’s just one problem: he’s terrified of breaking up with her. Fate steps in when Evelyn is involved in a freak accident and dies, leaving Max single and ready to mingle. Just as Max is thinking about moving on with what could be his dream girl, Evelyn has returned from the grave and is determined to get her boyfriend back.

Burying The Ex is scheduled for general release on June 19th.

Gremlins May Be Headed For A Reboot.


While the idea of yet another Gremlins movie doesn’t exactly fill me with dread this latest nugget of news about the little green demons has me greatly concerned.

Website Vulture is reporting that Spielberg’s company Amblin Entertainment has been approached with the idea of re-developing the franchise for 21st century audiences.

It’s pretty much a given Joe Dante, (who directed the original and vastly underrated sequel), won’t be on board for this reboot so we’re off to a non-starter already, also this ‘re-development for the 21st century’ pitch can only mean two things; the Gremlins will be all state-of-the-art CG and the entire movie will be in twat dazzling 3D.

The original Gremlins movie is a modern classic which carefully walked the line of being a horror movie whilst still maintaining a moderate family friendly vibe, (can you think of any recent movies which delivered the same?), there is no need to remake or rehash Gremlins for audiences today, simply because a lot of the people who make up the audience of today made up the audience of 1984, who watched the original when it was first released. So what’s the f**king point?

For a long time Amblin held a fortress like defence over Gremlins when it came to remakes or reboots but now it seems the castle walls have been breached. You know what’s next don’t you? A Jaws remake.

*Pushes computer chair back in rage and throws party bag of Doritos against basement wall*

Gremlins Tribute T-Shirt – Peltzer.

As you may have already noticed, (see banner ad above), our good friends and sponsors The Dept Of Fashion Corrections, (, are currently running their enormous pre-Christmas sale with 20% of all t-shirts and hoodies.

As is the case with many website offers and sales you usually need to remember to punch in an annoying promo code before finalising your purchases, or be forced into buying more than one item to qualify for the discount but the guys at The DOFC have trimmed all that fat off so all you need to do is start buying t-shirts and nothing brightens our day than simple shit.

To honour our friends and their sale we’ll be showcasing one t-shirt each day until the discount ends at Christmas Eve. Here is our first, the Peltzer Gremlins tribute t-shirt now available for your wearing pleasure of the knockdown price of £11.99. Buy it HERE. Which reminds us of the genius of Joe Dante and just how useful everyday kitchen appliances can be in an emergency.