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// what did you watch?

// Each week, on a Sunday, I hand the reigns of movie criticism over to you. Tell me what you saw at the Cinema or on DVD/Blu-Ray that either made your pants moist or your temperature sky-rocket due to its brilliance or whackness. If you’ve seen a movie, I want to know about it.

Your review doesn’t need to be sprawling epic like many of my reviews. it can simply be the name of the movie and a rating out of 5. It really is that easy. For example, White Chicks – the greatest movie ever made, 5/5.

This month, the prize will be the opportunity to have your review featured on the site. Plus if it’s really good perhaps we can make it a regular gig. Who could say no to that?!

The bar has been set. I look forward to your responses.

Thanks for writing.



Thanks for the Memories.

A note to all intrepid film fans and followers,

As you may have noticed Browntails has been given less love than it probably should over the past few months. The truth is I am a busy squirrel and until someone starts to pay me full time for reviews and features, I will have to subsidise my living costs by being a male escort during the day and working late nights defending the people of Gotham City from the scum of the backstreets. Therefore, It is will a heavy heart that I regretfully inform you that I won’t be posting any more features/reviews to the page. It’s not for a lack of trying, more a case of having the HTML skills of a 4 year old. The updates just take too darn long (I was going to post this note about a month ago)


If you were one of the few people to read my reviews then you can still enjoy them over on Blogomatic3000 where I will largely be writing reviews and features in the same vein as I would on here. The only difference is that they will get published in a timely manner.

Don’t be sad. All good things come to and end and with most ending… there’s always something positive to take away. in this instance it’s this picture of me as a kid. Goodnight and enjoy!

Read my shit here – www.blogomatic3000.com

Follow me on Twitter here – www.twitter.com/SexyRob

Movie Musical Mash-Ups, The SM “Guru” & Digital Graffiti

This week I thought we’d look at a few bits and pieces from in and around the t’interweb. A few Orme inspired gems with regard to social media, but mainly stuff that has grabbed my attention or stuff I’ve simply had knocking around and I feel it’s time to share with the faithful few who take precious minutes out of their day to listen to me ramble on….

First up….

Movie Musical Mash-Ups

The first MOIO (Mind Opening Interest Object’s) are the Movie Musical Mash-ups that keep circulating around Feref Towers of late. Having had a closer look, there appears to be a heavy influx of these floating around the web. To be honest I’m still not sure if I actually like them myself, but it’s always good to hear what other people think and provoke some literary swordsmanship within the safety of the digital dojo. Here is a selection of the “best” ones. As always I would encourage you to tell me how good/whack these really are.


Alice in Wonderland

Pulp Fiction

Terminator 2

Sony Mix

Slightly different, but entertaining nonetheless.

The Social Media “Guru”

The second MOIO is this cheeky little nugget. Now whilst I may sometimes refer to myself as a Social Media expert, the truth is no one is really. You can have a healthy knowledge of the subject area, but that’s what is so awesome about social media and my job. It’s constantly changing and evolving. Ultimately it boils down to a) What do you know about the platform you are using? b) What do your audience know about the platform you are broadcasting on and c) Who is your audience? With these in mind and a solid belief and knowledge in your product you’ll be doing what I do in no time. Unfortunately this vid just re-affirms what my friends think I do… Oh well.

Digital Graffiti

Finally… Digital Graffiti. Take a look at the video link on Vimeo and tell me honestly that it doesn’t make you a little bit excited in the pant area.

Graffiti Analysis 2.0: Digital Blackbook from Evan Roth on Vimeo.

Thanks for your time! Join me again soon for some more MOIO’s!

Sexy Rob

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