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Moustache Lockdown Streaming Survival Guide Part 18 | The Beech Boys Season 2

In times of Covid-19 and lockdown, use of private swimming pools must have sky-rocketed, which means one group of people will be very busy indeed. For the rest of us it means we finally get a second season of their hilarious show. That's right, get your Hawaiian shirts out, because The Beech Boys are back! Don't forget to check out our Moustache Lockdown Streaming Survival Guide in its entirety, you can find it by clicking here . It has been a whole two weeks since we last saw The Beech Boys, and they've certainly been through a lot. Who knew the life of a pool cleaner could be so dramatic? Between the everyday stress of cleaning pools and enjoying the sun in beautiful California, our heroes must deal with broken hearts, health scares, an election, aggressive business expansion, and death. Will Trey (series creator J.J. Carroll) and Ethan (Zach Castle) be able to hold it together? I know, I know, it may have only been two weeks within the confines of the story, but here in

Mortal Kombat | Moustache Trailer Reaction

The Mortal Kombat trailer has arrived, and it promises a movie that's a blood-soaked, R rated fight fest. If you haven't seen the trailer yet or just want to watch it again, you can check it out below. The first thing that struck me when I watched the new redband trailer for the upcoming Mortal Kombat was the intensity of some of the fight scenes. Well actually I was trying to figure out if I had just seen the guy from Deadpool 2 who was diced up by the rotor blades of a helicopter - Shatterstar - which of course I had because Lewis Tan is playing Cole Young, one of the warriors chosen to represent Earth in this inter-dimensional tournament. As directorial debuts go, Simon McQuoid has picked a big one! Especially with the massive fanbase that a franchise like Mortal Kombat enjoys, and the curse that seems to follow every movie adaptation of a video game. There's a fair amount going on in this trailer - most of it punching and stabbing, of course - which hints at the apparen

Moustache Lockdown Streaming Survival Guide Part 17 | News of the World

  When I first heard that Tom Hanks was starring in a movie called 'News of the World', I found myself wondering who Hollywood's nicest actor would be playing in the depiction of a scandal that resulted in a major court case and the shutdown of a national newspaper. Surely not Rupert Murdoch! I certainly didn't expect it to be a western. But that's exactly what it is, and it's now on Netflix, so there's no way it wasn't making it into our Moustache Lockdown Streaming Survival Guide. If you're looking for more ways to stave off the boredom of lockdown, you can always check out the rest of our Lockdown Streaming Survival Guide, which you can find here .  In 1870, Captain Jefferson Kyle Kidd (Tom Hanks) - a former Confederate soldier - travels across the country reading the news to the public. On one of his journeys he discovers a crashed wagon and a lost orphan girl, Johanna (Helena Zengel), who has recently been liberated from the Kiowa Indians. When

Moustache Lockdown Streaming Survival Guide Part 16 | Greenland

Yet another movie has bypassed the cinema and gone straight to a digital release. This time it's 'Greenland', the latest collaboration between Gerard Butler and his 'Angel Has Fallen' director, Rick Roman Waugh. This disaster flick is now available on Amazon Prime, so we thought we should check it out. You can find our Moustache Lockdown Streaming Survival Guide in all its glory by clicking here . With the Earth just days away from an extinction level event, a structural engineer and his family are selected for relocation to a classified government bunker. There they can weather out the storm, ready to rebuild our society, ensuring the survival of the human race. They just have to get their first. Something that becomes a whole lot more difficult when word of our impending doom gets out, and society instantly begins to break down. When you first think of a disaster flick featuring Gerard Butler, you probably imagine him doing his Scottishy-American action hero bit,

Jimmy Woo Spin-Off? Yes Please!

I think it's fair to say - even though we're only half way through the season - that WandaVision has been a rather successful endeavour for Marvel Studios. The team behind the show have certainly set the bar high for those working on the other upcoming Marvel TV shows, maybe even the movies too. But one of the more surprising outcomes of WandaVision is the possibility of Randall Park's FBI Agent Jimmy Woo getting his own show. Stephen Ford (Teen Wolf, Private Practice) has expressed interest in creating a spin-off show for the FBI agent, described as "Like a fun X-Files". Given the character's comic book history, and Randall Park's quirky performance, the possibilities for a show like this are endless. Which is probably why the idea quickly grew in popularity, so much so in fact, Ford is apparently writing a pitch for his idea. Ford first shared his idea on social media on 30th January: Hear me out: An entire Disney+ show about Jimmy Woo just working weir

Moustache Lockdown Streaming Survival Guide Part 15 | The Dig

It's not every day that a movie arrives on Netflix - or on any platform, for that matter - featuring a story that took place just down the road from where you live... well, where I live, anyway. But that is exactly the case with 'The Dig', a movie that explores the excavation of an important Anglo-Saxon burial site on the eve of World War 2. Don't forget to check out the rest of our Lockdown Streaming Survival Guide, which you can find here . In 1939, Edith Pretty (Carey Mulligan) hires local excavator and amateur archaeologist Basil Brown (Ralph Fiennes) to investigate a series of possible burial mounds on her property at Sutton Hoo in Suffolk. What they uncover soon draws the attention of the British Museum, and they must fight to maintain control of their discovery. First off, it's important to note that 'The Dig' isn't based on a true story in the usual sense, it's based on the novel that is based on the real event. So as a depiction of a history