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Get Your Knives Out!

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Way back in 2019, before the days of Plague 2.0, there was a film which took the whodunnit theme, gave it a good shaking, brought it up to date, and whacked it onto the big screen. That film was Knives Out and we were all over it. I went to see it a few times. Then, as is the way of the world, a sequel was planned and, towards the end of 2022, out it came: Glass Onion: A Knives Out Mystery.

This time, though, it was snapped up by Netflix and saved for a Christmas debut. There was a week out in the wilds of the cinemas but I think that may have been for Oscar nomination purposes, Personally, I thoroughly enjoyed both of them. I have to admit to only seeing the sequel on the TV at home but it still had a great cast and plenty of high camp, tongue in cheek, self referential nonsense!

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We thought that this could be a good point to develop a Knives Out mini hub especially seeing as how there are rumours of future outings for Benoit Blanc! So, here’s what we have so far…

Knives Out – A Review

What Did The Baseball Represent?

Seven Hidden Clues You May Have Missed

The Political Subplot Within Knives Out

Where Is The Knives Out House?

Glass Onion: A Knives Out Mystery – A Review

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