Wayne’s 4 x 2: The Underground Railroad, Lamb, and MORE!

Sick of listening to the same old music? Tired of watching re-runs of your former favourite sit-com? Not sure what films to watch this weekend? Wayne’s got your back.

It’s Wayne’s 4 x 2!

Four reviews, two minutes each.


Album: I Don’t Live Here Anymore The War on Drugs.

The ‘Springsteen-esque’  I Don’t Live Here Anymore fifth album from The War on Drugs, and their first in four years. This album feels a bit more straight-forward than their previous albums, while still retaining the classic and familiar sound the band has been known for. I Don’t Live Here Anymore evokes the feelings of driving down dusty highways reminiscing on lost loves and lives lived.  I Don’t Live Here Anymore is available on Spotify.


Limited Series The Underground Railroad

From Barry Jenkins, the director of Moonlight, and adapted from Colson Whitehead’s novel of the same name, The Underground Railroad follows the story of Cora, a slave who escapes from a Georgia Plantation and boards a train seeking freedom. The series does not hold back from showing the atrocities and brutality of this era of American History. The Underground Railroad is available on Amazon Prime Video.

Watch the trailer here.


Documentary The Velvet Underground

This documentary directed by Todd Hayes documents the rise of the legendary rock ‘n’ roll band, The Velvet Underground. Featuring interviews with the remaining former band members, the documentary provides a fascinating insight into the life and times of the band, and its influence after their tenure. The Velvet Underground is available on Apple TV+.

Watch the trailer here.


Film Lamb

A couple in rural Iceland struggling to conceive a child discover an unusual lamb in their barn. They decide to raise the lamb as their own, but sinister forces try to return the lamb to the wilderness that birthed her. Starring Noomie Rapace, Lamb is the quintessential Icelandic horror film – surreal and cerebral. Lamb is available for a limited time in some cinemas.

Watch the trailer here.

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