Well, it’s that time again, time for us to talk about the wondrous world of Snatch Game. It’s time to see what the queens have picked and who snatched the crown and who just crashed. It’s always the best episode of the season but with All Stars, it’s on a whole other level. Last All Stars had some of the best Snatch Game creations ever, let’s look at what this season brings us.
Released: 15th February 2018 (Australia)
Seen: 15th February 2018
Released: 8th January 2018 (Australia)
Seen: 12th February 2018
That’s the headline that was used for quite possibly the worst of all takes on the 50 Shades of Grey franchise. Just read over that again and if you’ve seen the 50 Shades movies (Or read my reviews for Darker or Freed) then you’ll begin to notice why I was laughing uncontrollably reading this. I want to state, for the record, I have no ill will towards Variety or the author, I’ve got a sickening feeling this is something written either out of naivety or the studio paid for it in order to try and distract from the narrative but here’s the thing, either way, this isn’t OK and so I’m going to go through the article and list all the problems with it… because clearly, someone has to.
Released: 18th January 2018 (Australia)
Seen: 10th February 2018
Directed by: Guillermo del Toro
Written by: Guillermo del Toro & Vanessa Taylor
Produced by: Bull Productions, Double Dare You (DDY) & Fox Searchlight Pictures
Starring: Sally Hawkins, Doug Jones, Michael Shannon & Octavia Spencer
I present to you this rose to say that I want you to stay another week while we discuss all the goings on in the world of RuPaul’s Drag Race All Stars 3. There has been a lot going on this week and it’s a real bitch-elor so now we should begin the process of going beat by beat to see just how we got to this new spot in Drag Race Herstory.
Released: 8th February 2018 (Australia)
Seen: 8th February 2018
Directed by: James Foley
Written by: Niall Leonard
Produced by: Universal Pictures
Starring: Dakota Johnson & Jamie Dornan