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Godzilla vs. Kong | Moustache Trailer Reaction

The first trailer for Godzilla vs. Kong has quite literally crashed on to our screens, and it promises all the destruction you'd expect of a global fight between titans. If you haven't seen the trailer, or just want to watch it again, you can check it out below. Adam Wingard (The Guest, Blair Witch) leads the charge in the latest entry in the 'MonsterVerse', which sees two of the behemoths go head to head. We haven't seen Kong since 1973, and now it seems that Monarch need him for some unknown reason, one that undoubtedly involves global destruction if they fail. We know it has something to do with Kong's "true home", and a war that wiped out most of the titans. What that means for all of the titans seen bowing to Godzilla at the end of King of the Monsters is anybody's guess, at this point. But Godzilla's all pissed off for some reason, and is determined to get in the way of Kong's journey of discovery. Hence why every time the two titans

Moustache Lockdown Streaming Survival Guide Part 2 | Bosch

The lockdown continues this Easter weekend, and despite the absolutely glorious weather it's important that we stay at home. On that note, here's another TV show to keep you entertained; 'Bosch', available on Amazon Prime. Check out the rest of our streaming survival guide by clicking here . Follow L.A.P.D. Homicide Detectives Harry Bosch (Titus Welliver) and Jerry Edgar (Jamie Hector) as they work to solve an endless stream of murders in the infamous Hollywood Division of Los Angeles. As well as a heavy caseload, the two must also navigate the perils of their personal lives, including marriage, divorce and parenthood. Their cases - some of which hit a little too close to home - often lead the two into trouble within the department and with the city's political hierarchy as well. But since when did that ever get in the way of the search for the truth?  Based on the series of novels by Michael Connelly, each season beautifully recreates the books

John Wick: Chapter 3 - Parabellum | Average Guy Movie Review

After killing a member of the High Table on Continental grounds, John Wick (Keanu Reeves) once again finds himself on the run with a price on his head. But he's not the only one paying for his actions, an Adjudicator (Asia Kate Dillon) has been dispatched by the High Table to punish those who aided him. Will John be able to make things right before he drowns in the bloodbath he started over his car and his dog? If anyone can, it's Baba Yaga himself! With the action kicking off pretty much where Chapter 2 left things, we're seeing a different side to John Wick. Over the course of the last two movies we've seen him utilise every asset he has available to him, carefully planning and executing his missions, now he's very much alone...and improvising. For him it's a nightmare, trapped in a city filled with rival assassins, all looking to claim that $14 million bounty. But for us, it's delicious carnage as Wick literally kills his way through a multitude

Bosch Season 2: Average Guy TV Review

First TV review! After a year of waiting I can confirm that Amazon has delivered another great season of Bosch. Drawing from the books; The Last Coyote, Trunk Music and The Drop, Bosch returns to active duty and is assigned to investigate the murder of an adult film producer with mob ties. Even though seasons 1 and 2 are set six months apart it still feels like one continuous story; a sort of window into the life of Harry Bosch. It's very difficult to put the books down and it's the same way with the show, it's not boring at any point. But unfortunately it's very difficult to keep watching after you run out of episodes! The downside of getting all the episodes at once, you are left wanting more and wondering what's next for Harry?

Bosch Season 2

One of the first shows to be brought to life by Amazon Prime was Bosch. Detective Hieronymus 'Harry' Bosch was created by author Michael Connelly and played by Titus Welliver on the show. IMDb interviewed Welliver this week, using Twitter to allow fans to ask their questions. I submitted the question:  Welliver answered: Bosch served in the Army, in the books he's a Viet Nam veteran and in the show he's a veteran of both the Gulf and Iraq wars. He joined the Los Angeles Police Department after leaving the Army and after making Detective spent several years in Robbery Homicide. Bosch was moved to Hollywood Homicide (a demotion of sorts) after shooting a suspected serial killer in questionable circumstances. Which is where we find him in the first eight books and Season 1 of the show. The first season drew storylines from the books The Concrete Blonde, City of Bones and Echo Park. Bosch is being sued by the widow of the aforementioned serial ki