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bza.coF**k. The Game by F**k. The Game on The BazaarF**k. The Game is a hilarious new Aussie card game which will help you get smarter while swearing at your friends. This is a great social card game that will f**k with your head by using a hysterically tricky combination of colours and swear words: * Players take turns to flip over a card and shout out what they see. Depending on your card, you might say its background colour, its text colour or a swear word. * Keep playing until someone f**ks up and is forced to pick up all the cards. * The winner is the first player to get rid of their cards. It sounds simple, but the cards use a psychological phenomenon – the Stroop effect – known to mess with your head and delay your brain’s response. Players can’t help but f**k up, sending the group into fits of laughter. Once you’ve mastered the basics, you can take the game to a whole new level with more rules, more strategy and you can even create your own rules.1
nme.com17 massive films still to come in 2018As we approach the year’s halfway point, you may think we’ve already seen some of the best films of 2018 – but there are plenty more to come. Here’s the biggest the film world has to offer over the next seven months… 1. Ocean’s 8 Release date: June 8 Why it’s a big deal: A heist film! With an all-star cast consisting of Rihanna, Sandra Bullock, Cate Blanchett, Anne Hathaway, Awkwafina, Mindy Kaling, Helena Bonham Carter and Sarah Paulson! This spinoff of Steven Soderbergh’s Ocean’s trilogy has the eight-strong team stealing a necklace at the Met Gala in New York City, and it looks like a riot. 2. Incredibles 2 Release date: June 15 Why it’s a big deal: 15 years on from its release, the original Incredibles is still among Pixar’s most lovable films. This one, also from Brad Bird, picks up immediately after the superhero family’s last outing. After taking down The Underminer, Mr Incredible becomes a stay-at-home dad, while Mrs Incredible returns to her Elastigirl persona after being asked to be the face of a new superhero programme. Then, presumably, all hell breaks loose to the sound of Michael Giacchino’s awesomely brassy soundtrack. 3. Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom Release date: June 22 Why it’s a big deal: It’s a second Jurassic World film starring Chris Pratt and Bryce Dallas Howard – a charismatic pair that brought tons of personality to the first. That one was a loving tribute to the 1993 original; this one seems to take things up a notch – J.A. Bayona (The Orphanage, A Monster Calls) is directing – when a rescue mission for the former park’s dinosaurs goes awry. 4. Sicario: Day of the Soldado Release date: June 29 Why it’s a big deal: After the success of Denis Villeneuve’s Sicario, this sort-of sequel by the same screenwriter follows not Emily Blunt’s protagonist from the original, but Benicio del Toro’s menacing Alejandro Gillick and Josh Brolin’s Matt Graver, who are still battling on the frontlines of the war on drugs at the US-Mexican border. This time, they’re working together to stop terrorists being transported by the cartels, and directing is Italy’s Stefano Sollima, who was behind the acclaimed crime dramas Gomorrah and Suburra. 5. Ant-Man and the Wasp Release date: July 6 Why it’s a big deal: While the Avengers were getting their asses kicked by Thanos in Infinity War, Ant-Man and the Wasp are fighting a different villain altogether in this second film starring Paul Rudd and Evangeline Lilly. It’s Marvel, so even if you’re not a superhero fan, you’ll see promo for this goofy blockbuster everywhere in July. 6. Sorry To Bother You Release date: July 6 Why it’s a big deal: The directorial debut from Boots Riley is a wacky, bitter comedy in which Atlanta standout Lakeith Stanfield’s protagonist begins using his “white voice” at his telesales job and finds his sales going sky-high, changing the lives of him and his girlfriend (Tessa Thompson). The film’s hilarious trailer and 92% Rotten Tomatoes rating suggests it will stick out as one of 2018’s most biting satires. 7. Mission: Impossible – …Continue reading »