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London’s Soho Through The Ages

London’s Soho Through The Ages

Posted on 07 February 2018 by Chris Ford

HBO’s The Deuce, released on Blu-ray, DVD & Digital Download 12th February 2018, stars James Franco and Maggie Gyllenhaal, and explores 1970s New York and the rise of the pornographic industry within the area.

During this era the streets of New York were wild and dangerous and became a centre for mobsters, pimps, prostitutes, sex shops, drugs and gangs before the area was swept clean with major department stores, McDonalds and Starbucks cafes – the New York we know of today. The Deuce faithfully recreates some of the notorious Time Square destinations and gives viewers an up-close look at this gritty world of sex and crime.


London of course has  it’s very own version of a red light district named Soho. Once known as the biggest sex district in the U.K. we’ve taken a look at how the infamous area has transformed itself from London’s sleazy heartland, to fashionable up market restaurants and retail outlets over the last decades.


In the 1970s and 80s Soho was a den for sex shops and clubs, which the area became renowned for. There were over 160 sex shops and around 40 flats were used for prostitution in the neighborhood. At the time, Soho was the only place in England where sex was visibly on sale – in adult cinemas, sex shops, strip clubs, peep shows and stag clubs.

By the mid 80s things began to change. Westminster council, under pressure from high-end residents in the area, began clamping down on the sex trade, refusing to renew licenses for sex shops and closed many illegal video shops that sprung up in the central London pocket.

Within 5 years the gay community moved in taking over shops and bars and by the 1990s Soho became a vibrant hub of clubs, cafes and shops fuelled by the “pink pound”.  Clubs such as G.A.Y, Village and Heaven started popping up everywhere and Old Compton Street became the capital’s gay epicenter.

Soho has also been home to some of the best clubs and bars including the world’s most famous Jazz club Ronnie Scott’s which was opened by Ronnie himself in 1959. It’s attracted some of the world’s biggest musicians in the industry such as Chick Corea, Miles Davis and Dave Holland all having performed in the legendary club.

Madame Jojos was around for about 50 years before it was closed in 2014 after having its license revoked on 29 March 2014. Long established as the West End’s finest club for burlesque and cabaret shows, comedy nights, music gigs and legendary club nights. It was White Heat from 2007, a weekly club night that hosted gigs for some of the world’s biggest names including Adele, The XX, Lorde and The Klaxons.

In the 1990’s the area was also a mecca for record shops. There were over 20 independent stores on Berwick Street alone, but fast forward to today and there are only a mere 3 record stores still in existent in the area.

Legendary vinyl shops such as Vinyl Junkie, Black Market and Sister Ray – once essential hubs for world class DJs such as Groove Amarda, Giles Peterson, Norman Jay, Carl Cox, Goldie, Shy FX and the cult vinyl collector all closed shop since the dying of vinyl and the considerable amount of gentrification to Soho.

Although fashionable private members clubs have been around since the famous Groucho emerged in the 80s private members clubs are still as hot as ever. Attracting celebrities, royalty and the creative industry, clubs such as Soho House, The Ivy, Century Club and Library gives folks somewhere cool to go for date spots, an alternative office or for somewhere to escape for a late night drink or to snort cocaine.

This is the Soho as we know of today; customers queuing outside the latest super-trendy cafes and restaurants. In this picture you can see customers queuing to get into The Breakfast Club, for some hipster breakfast! The restaurant scene in Soho has never been hotter and has a killer range of restaurants to satisfy any culinary craving.  Some of the best cafes & restaurants include Soho Grind, The Milk Bar, Flat Iron, Zelman Meats, Bone Daddies, Chotto Matte and Cay Tire.

The Deuce out on Blu-ray, DVD & Digital Download 12th February 2018.

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Review – The Limehouse Golem

Posted on 20 December 2017 by Chris Ford

Last week we were invited to a preview screening of the Bill Nighy film The Limehouse Golem. Living very close to Limehouse I was really interested to see how the film portrays the area and what it was like all those years ago.

Before the screening we had a walk around Limehouse itself. Of course, much has changed from the 19th century London when the film is set.

What was once a busy dock with sail making, ship builders and rope makers, the area is now home to the rich and their yachts, and Gordon Ramsay restaurants.

Even so, walking the streets of Limehouse, there is enough remaining to transport you back and imagine the way the area once was.

Limehouse Basin opened in 1820 as the Regent’s Canal Dock. This was an important connection between the Thames and the canal system, where cargo could be transferred from larger ships to the canal boats to transport goods around the country.

The film itself  wasn’t actually filmed in the Limehouse area but rather a purpose built set. Huge credit must be given to the film’s producers on this front. Watching the film, I was instantly transported back to the streets I’d walked hours earlier with no idea it wasn’t the real thing.

The film tells the tale of Nighy’s Inspector Kildare and his quest to not only bring the Limehouse Golem killer to justice but also turns into a fight against the clock to prove the innocence of what he strongly believes is an innocent Elizabeth Cree who is about to be unjustly hanged for the murders.

Kildare has been somewhat setup to fail here, put on what is perceived to be a unsolvable case by his superiors as he has been tainted as “not the marrying kind” they see this a way of embarrassing the Inspector.

Nighy is on great form in this and somewhat against type of the sort of character you maybe usually associate him. The real star for me in the Limehouse Golem however was the wonderful Douglas Booth who does a fantastic turn as the drag performer Dan Leno.  In fact one tradition that Limehouse hasn’t lost are those drag acts with pubs like The Old Ship on Barnes Street stillholding performances at weekends – not that you would know it when you are in there for a pint on a cold December afternoon!

Much of the film is told in the form of flashbacks which I’m not usually a fan of but in this context works surprisingly well, especially as Kildare ponders possible killers and we are made to wonder who the killer is as we see how they would have committed the crime via Kildare imagination.

The Limehouse Golem is well worth a watch when it comes out on DVD this Boxing Day.

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Interview with Rupert Jones

Interview with Rupert Jones

Posted on 08 November 2017 by Chris Ford


Kaleidoscope a new film  written and directed by Rupert Jones opens in UK cinemas on 10th November.  The film a drama inspired by the work of Hitchcock and Polanski. At the heart of this modern day Psycho are some unsettling questions: Can we ever escape the role in which we are cast by our early circumstances? Must a perpetrator first be a victim?

Staring  some amazing British talent in the form of Toby Jones, Anne Reid and Sinéad Matthews Kaleidoscope immerses us in the world of middle-aged Carl (Jones), recently released from prison, who is trying to adjust to life on the outside. His bleak life is challenged by the arrival of his controlling mother (Reid) just as he embarks on his first date in 15 years. The film is a twisted and tangled delve into one man’s psyche, as influences of past and present collide in his tortured mind. 

We recently spoke to Director Rupert Jones about the film:

Kaleidoscope film written directed by Rupert Jones starring Toby Jones photographed by Andrew Ogilvy Photography


Where did the idea of KALEIDOSCOPE come from?

I’m never sure where ideas come from. This began with the notion of a man who wakes to find a dead body in his bathroom and with no memory of how it got there. Everything came from that, really. How did the body get there? And what to do now? The next big idea, I suppose, was the notion that the man’s mother would be the quasi detective of the piece.

How did you go about setting the tone – what did your DoP help bring for the aesthetic?

I guess the two biggest aesthetic choices were that we were going to imagine that the previous tenants of the flat had lived there for decades without changing anything; and that we were going to light the film with hard shadows and pretty severe contrast. Philipp Blaubach, the DP, was absolutely tireless. Some of the more challenging shots are in the film because of his dedication. Even though we were working six day weeks, Philipp built a large scale kaleidoscope at home which enabled us to get the interior shots of the kaleidoscope. He was also, along with the grip Chris Rusby, instrumental in making the stair shots attainable.

What has it been like working with your brother, Toby?
I’ve worked with Toby a couple of times before, so I knew we’d function okay. We see a fair amount of each other, so we’re quite used to communicating. Given that it was such a quick shoot, there isn’t much time for anything outside the work and I think we’re both professionally minded, which is to say there for the same reason – to realise the script.

How did you get Anne Reid and Sinead Matthews involved?
I met Sinead through a casting director. Given her character’s nefarious motives in the film, it was important to cast someone we instantly liked. Sinead is very alive and charismatic and sexy, so it was fairly easy to see her in the part straight away. There were various issues that complicated the casting along the way, so it was not until we were well into pre-production that we cast her. Thankfully she said yes. Casting Anne was actually quite straight forward. She’s a fantastic and intuitive actor with great authority, which is the bottom line for me. When we approached her, she asked to meet and we did and she agreed. I think she was intrigued and challenged by the script and rather relished the prospect of playing against type.

Is there a specific reason that London felt right for the setting?
Not really. I guess it was the most convenient and realistic.

The film has been noted as a modern-day Hitchcockian and Polanksi-esque drama; what inspired you in the writing and final directing stage?
Any mention of Hitchcock or Polanski in relation to the film feels very flattering. The challenge of holding the audience in a state of suspense was something I was really interested in from a craft point of view. As a writer, I wanted to engineer a story that worked in that way, I was interested in the demands of that kind of structure. I watched a number of Hitchcock films, as I was writing, but I couldn’t point to any specific aspect. I was interested in he Tenant which is a film that rather haunted me when I was a child – it’s strange atmosphere, and that somehow i was dealing with things beyond my field of experience.

Have you got anything else in the pipeline?
Yes, a few things in various states of completion. But I’d rather not say what these are. Superstition.




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24: Legacy

24: Legacy

Posted on 02 August 2017 by Chris Ford

So I love 24, It was one of my favourite shows, Jack Bauer was pretty bad ass and I loved how he broke the rules to suit his objectives and it was a sad day when all that ended… but wait 24 Is back!

Yes 24 has been given something of a reboot in 24: Legacy with a new actor in the form of Corey Hawkins (probably best known for 2015’s  ‘Straight Outta Compton’).  So I was a little worried, as I said I love 24 and will this new 24 Legacy live upto what I knew and loved?  Well while Corey is no Jack Bauer he really does bring his own spin on the role and that same rule breaking I’ve known and loved is back in place along with a few familiar faces one in the form of Carlos Bernard who guest stars in a recurring role, reprising his original series character, Tony Almeida ( very cool stuff!).

The 13 episode series chronicles a race against time to stop a devastating terrorist attack on United States soil – in the same real-time format we know and love.

Six months ago in Yemen, an elite squad of U.S. Army Rangers, led by Sergeant Eric Carter killed terrorist leader Sheik Ibrahim Bin-Khalid. In the aftermath, Bin-Khalid’s followers declared a threat against Carter, his squad and their families, forcing them into federal witness protection. But a recent attempt on Carter’s own life makes it clear to him that his team has been exposed.

I haven’t finished 24: Legacy yet but Im really loving every minute of it, I think I can safely say the 24 torch has been passed onto a worthy actor.

24 : Legacy is out now on DVD and Blu-Ray

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New Prison Break Release – Exclusive clip

Posted on 29 June 2017 by Chris Ford

Inconic tv show “Prison Break” returned recently as a special one off  event series and Monday the whole thing is out on DVD and Blu-ray ,to get you in the mood the guys behind the series have given us this exclusive clip from the sets bonus content entitled  ‘A Hero’s Journey’ featuring series star and chief  Wentworth Miller

Prison Break Series 5 and a special collectors  boxset (featuring all 5 seasons)  is out next Monday on DVD and Blu-Ray

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Top Ten Winston Churchill motivational quotes

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Top Ten Winston Churchill motivational quotes

Posted on 14 June 2017 by Chris Ford

This week sees the release of ‘CHURCHILL’ starring Brain Cox as Britain’s iconic Prime Minister Winston Churchill, covering the days before the infamous D-Day landings in June 1944.  As allied forces stand on the south coast of Britain, poised to invade Nazi-occupied Europe, they await Churchill’s decision on whether the invasion will actually move ahead.

With the release of Churchill we thought we would compile our top ten Winston Churchill motivational quotes to inspire you through the week :

  • “There are a terrible lot of lies going about the world, and the worst of it is that half of them are true.”
  • “Men occasionally stumble over the truth, but most of them pick themselves up and hurry off as if nothing ever happened.”
  • “One ought never to turn one’s back on a threatened danger and try to run away from it. If you do that, you will double the danger. But if you meet it promptly and without flinching, you will reduce the danger by half.”
  • “Success is the ability to go from one failure to another with no loss of enthusiasm.”
  • “Every day you may make progress. Every step may be fruitful. Yet there will stretch out before you an ever-lengthening, ever-ascending, ever-improving path. You know you will never get to the end of the journey. But this, so far from discouraging, only adds to the joy and glory of the climb.”
  • “There is only one duty, only one safe course, and that is to try to be right and not to fear to do or say what you believe to be right.”
  • “This is the lesson: never give in, never give in, never, never, never, never — in nothing, great or small, large or petty — never give in except to convictions of honour and good sense. Never yield to force; never yield to the apparently overwhelming might of the enemy.”
  • “It is a mistake to try to look too far ahead. The chain of destiny can only be grasped one link at a time.”
  • “If you have an important point to make, don’t try to be subtle or clever. Use a pile driver. Hit the point once. Then come back and hit it again. Then hit it a third time-a tremendous whack.”
  • “Continuous effort – not strength or intelligence – is the key to unlocking our potential.”


Churchill is released in UK cinemas this Friday, 16th June


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COME AND FIND ME – new trailer released

COME AND FIND ME – new trailer released

Posted on 09 June 2017 by Chris Ford

Two-time Emmy Award Winner Aaron Paul  best known for the  amazing Breaking Bad and Annabel Wallis fresh from The Mummy  with Tom Cruise  star in Zach Whedon’s debut action-thriller COME AND FIND ME about a man desperately trying to find his missing girlfriend.

Im exciting to see how this pans out, Aaron Paul blew us away with his breakthrough perform in Breaking Bad, Need for Speed was his big screen debut a few years back but that failed to set the world on fire, maybe Come and Find Me will be that next hit for Paul?  it certainly looks interesting from the trailer below just released.

COME AND FIND ME is yours to own digitally on August 7th and on Blu-ray and DVD from August 21st

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Interview – Film Weapons Master Tim Wildgoose

Interview – Film Weapons Master Tim Wildgoose

Posted on 15 May 2017 by Chris Ford

Tim Wildgoose (left)  photo from @AccessTheAnimus

Last week I had the opportunity to chat with Tim Wildgoose who has built a career as  Weapons Master for a number of amazing film and tv shows including Band of Brothers , Transformers, Edge of Tomorrow and now the new Assassin’s Creed movie which is out on DVD and Bluray today, here’s what he had to say


How did you get into the weaponry side of movie making in the first place?

I am a huge film-fanatic and wanted to work on films from as early as I can remember – I always wanted to work for Industrial Light and Magic and make props on a Star Wars movie.  I ended up doing a degree in sculpting and model making at the university of Hertfordshire aimed towards prop making.  I landed some work experience in my second year on a HBO/Dreamworks TV show that was shooting nearby called Band of Brothers and ended up doing the entire shoot of the series with the Armoury department dealing with the weapons and firearms on set and it turned into a career making weapons for movies that has lasted around 20 years so far.

Band of Brothers prop gun, photo from Prop Store .com

Do the actors ever have input into the weapons you use in production? I have read for example Daniel Craig likes to be involved in the watches, weapons etc used in a film.

Occasionally actors will have input into the weapons but these will usually be in the form of the practicality of a particular weapon’s use when on set. For example, extending a sword handle so it is easier for them to use in a fight scene.  Sometimes an actor will request a certain weapon to use but generally it is down to myself, the director and production designer as to what they will carry and to design the look of them.

In films where the weaponry is from the future or a different world it seems the guns at least tend to have a base of an existing weapon what’s the reasoning generally for this?

Very often a weapon will be required to fire blank rounds on set in order to get a flash on the actors face and surrounding scenery/set as they fire to help the VFX department add and tie-in the actual projectile/laser/whatever that should be coming out of the end of the weapon later in post-production.  Also some actors like the feedback/noise etc that firing an actual firing gun gives them when acting.

The regular way to do this is to build the futuristic weapon around an existing blank firing gun or mechanism as this saves time and money as you already have a fully working mechanism ready-made and engineered to reliably fire blank rounds.

This then has a knock on effect of having the outer-shell of the weapon resembling in some way the blank firing gun inside it.

There are other methods to achieve this and more so now with the help of better VFX, so the requirement for a blank firing gun inside is not always necessary anymore.  I have worked on movies recently where the usual blank firing mechanism has been replaced with a super-bright LED in the barrel and a recoil mechanism – meaning the design/shape of the weapon does not have to stick to any particular design constraints.

Assassins Creed

You worked on things like Band of Brothers, is it hard to source period accurate weapons for something like that?

I worked for a well-known and long established armourer called Simon Atherton on that job who sourced all the weapons for Band of Brothers.  There are many armoury companies based all over the world that keep a stock of a selection of all period weapons so it is not too much of a problem for movies to get hold of what they require. Any particular items that do not exist or are difficult to source can also be built/reproduced.

Band of Brothers

You have just worked on Assassins Creed, how close to the video game did the characters weaponry have to be or were you given freedom to come up with something new for the movie?

It was a good mix of both. We knew we wanted to keep the fans happy so we tried to cram as many of the games weapons into the movie as possible. So many of the scenes and some minor characters have weapons faithfully reproduced from the games hidden in the background.  We considered these the ‘Easter Egg’ weapons.  As a fan myself it was a pleasure to reproduce some of these iconic weapons that I myself had played with in the game over the years.  We also had some of our actors playing actual characters out of the games so again we faithfully reproduced these as closely as possible.

Then we had our new characters and Assassins – Aguilar, Maria and so on – unique to this movie which made up the rest.  We spent a long time with director Justin Kertzel designing and making our own versions of the wristblades, mechanisms and other Assassin weapons and tried to come up with weapons that were interesting and new while still keeping within the realms of the established Ubisoft/AC universe.

Assassin’s Creed


Filming in the UK where the gun restrictions are a lot stricter than places like the US how does that affect the weapons you would like to use / source for a Particular film?

This has little/no effect, it is very hard to get a section 5 licence required by the government to hold certain firearms but licence holding armourers have no problem sourcing what they require when they do.


I’ve seen in the past actors use a combination of real guns and rubber prop guns, when we are watching at home when does the gun tend to be the rubber kind and what’s the purpose of them?

Generally rubber guns are used as a safety element to protect an actor doing a stunt, for example if an actor is jumping or falling we will use a rubber weapon in case they were to fall on it to prevent injury. The rubber weapon bends and in most cases is indistinguishable from the real thing unless close up. Real guns are heavy and there is a lot of weight behind them that could cause a lot of damage if it was to hit you.  We also use rubber weapons in a situation where a person might get hit/struck with a weapon as part of the story, for example clubbed round the back of the head with a pistol – A very soft rubber pistol might be used here.

How much training does an actor get with a weapon on say something like Assassins Creed?

This depends on the weapon. Generally, actors will do weeks if not months of training with the stunt teams/fight coordinator in most case using the weapons, or as close as possible, the weapon that they will be using in the movie. We want the actor to look like the sword or whatever they are carrying as a character is second nature to them.  In the case of firearms, actors will usually go through a safety training/profficiency course with the firearms they will be using beforehand.


Assassins Creed

Brandon Lee famously died due to live rounds being placed in a gun instead of blanks, since then has safety been stepped up a lot to ensure things like that never happen again?

Arrghhh this question! sorry but I get asked this a lot.

In the Brandon Lee case my understanding was a series of unfortunate and avoidable events that occurred due to negligence and was not the case of having a live round making its way into a blank firing gun.  Any professional movie armourer would never have live rounds on a movie set for obvious reasons. Many checks are made to make sure this kind of thing cannot happen and blank firing guns cannot generally fire a live round due to the way they have to be altered to enable them to fire a blank round.

Other safety checks are in place as well, for example barrels are checked regularly/religiously for anything lodged inside. Where possible weapons will not be fired directly at an actor, as more often than not this can be achieved by ‘cheating’ the weapon a little to the side, so from the cameras perspective it looks like an actor is being shot when in reality the weapon is pointed elsewhere

What’s the most exciting project you have personally worked on and why?

Assassins Creed has been my favourite project to date, firstly because I am a gamer and was already a huge fan of the games before I even got on board the film. Assassins Creed as a universe and by the nature of its story spans many time periods in history. Usually on a movie you might get to make weapons from one or two time periods at the most. On this movie we must have made weapons from around fifteen different periods of history right up to modern day/futuristic and got to design weapons to suit

We also got to make many cool gadgets.  The AC universe is full of intricately designed ‘Da Vinci’ style mechanisms such as wristblades, wrist crossbows, dart-launchers, wrist grapples, smoke bombs and all sorts of other interesting contraptions and interesting weaponry.  The brief I worked to with my department of talented modelmakers, sculptors, painters and leatherworkers was that everything we created had to be beautiful, any mechanisms/gadgets had to work for real and it all needed to be museum-worthy. I think we achieved this and it was a pleasure to go through the whole process from start to finish. I honestly believe we created some of the most beautiful weaponry ever put on film.


Assassins Creed is out now on Blu-ray, DVD and Digital Download.


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The Son – A new epic drama on BT TV and AMC

The Son – A new epic drama on BT TV and AMC

Posted on 13 April 2017 by Chris Ford

Pierce Brosnan best known for being the 90s James Bond (and a rather good one too) has just made his return to television after a 30year absence and BT Tv with their AMC UK channel have the exclusive on this new western drama The Son and they invited us down to a special preview on the show in the iconic BT tower which was rather cool in itself!

The head of AMC UK in his pre-screen speech described The Son as this generations Dallas and with the first episode fresh in my mind I’m really excited at that prospect if true.

The Son is a  multi-generational telling of the story of America’s birth as a superpower through the bloody rise and fall of one Texas oil empire and while the first episode started off slow setting the scene it gradually built into an epic final scene that I’m sure like me will leave you excited for more.

Brosnan is really strong in this, he’s playing against his usual good guy persona but it’s really unclear in this first episode what he is, is he a good guy trying to protect his family or is he a ruthless man that will stop at nothing to get what he wants?  Or maybe a bit of both and I certainly can’t wait to find out!

The Son will premiere on Tuesday 18th April at 9pm on AMC – BT TV channel 332/381 HD and to BT Sport pack subscribers on Sky channel 192.

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The many faces of Danny McBride

The many faces of Danny McBride

Posted on 06 March 2017 by Chris Ford

To celebrate the DVD release of HBO’s Vice Principals on the 6th March, the show’s star, Danny McBride, takes centre stage as we discuss 5 of his most memorable performances across both film and television.


Kenny Powers in Eastbound and Down (2009-2013)

Danny McBride’s portrayal of egotistical ex-baseball pitcher Kenny Powers in HBO’s Eastbound and Down is his most popular and well-known  role to date. After a turbulent up and down career McBride’s character is forced to swap the glitz and glamour of professional baseball for the role of a substitute gym teacher at his hometown middle-school in Shelby, North Carolina.



Cody in Tropic Thunder (2008)

From a satirical comedy directed by and starring Ben Stiller comes one of Danny McBride’s most loved characters. McBride plays Cody Underwood, a pyrotechnic operator working in movie production as part of the crew filming Tropic Thunder, recounting the memoirs of Vietnamese war veteran John ‘Four Leaf’ Tayback. What is a routine day on the film set quickly turns into a fight for survival as cast and crew alike are embroiled in a war with local heroin gang Flaming Dragon. McBride’s love for all things explosive results in some of the most memorable lines in the movie, including ‘Mother Nature just pissed her pantsuit!’.



Will Stanton in Land of the Lost (2009)

Based on Sid & Marty Krofft’s 1974 children’s television classic, Land of the Lost follows the adventures of palaeontologist Rick Marshall (Will Ferrell), Holly Cantrell (Anna Friel) and gift shop owner Will Stanton as they are accidently shot back in time after a routine expedition goes wrong. McBride’s performance as a crude, chauvinistic gift shop owner was enjoyed by many with his eye for a quirky gift being seemingly just as bad as his way with the ladies.

Red in Pineapple Express (2008)

In recent years David Gordon Green’s Pineapple Express has become ‘that cult comedy film’, with lines from the film now regurgitated in everyday conversation. McBride’s character Red, a drug dealer to fellow friend Saul Silver (Franco), is first introduced in his kimono and boxers as he prepares a birthday cake for his cat….who died 3 months previously. The chemistry between Seth Rogan and McBride’s character is electric throughout, with the pairs ‘thug-life’ montage still remembered today as one of Hollywood’s most hilarious scenes.


Playing himself in This Is the End (2013)

As a bunch of Hollywood stars attend an alcohol fuelled house party at James Franco’s house, the world descends into utter chaos after an apocalypse. What could be funnier than Danny McBride playing…Danny McBride! With the film starring actors of the same ilk, McBride hilariously proves to us all that maybe the end of the world is a hell of a lot funnier than first thought.


Danny McBride stars as Neal Gamby in HBO’s new show VICE PRINCIPALS, out on DVD on the 6th March, courtesy of HBO Home Entertainment.

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