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‘The Boys’ fans react to “uncomfortable” and “gruesome” new episode

Warning: Spoilers AheadFans of The Boys have been revelling in the “uncomfortable” and “gruesome” penultimate episode of season four ahead of next week’s finale.The seventh episode of the Amazon Prime Video’s fourth season, which has been named by NME as one of the best TV shows of 2024 so far, aired last night (July 10), with the season finale due in a week’s time.The superhero series, adapted from the comic books written by Garth Ennis and Darick Robertson and developed for the screen by Eric Kripke, follows the titular team of vigilantes as they combat superpowered enemies who abuse their powers.After watching Episode Seven, fans took to social media to share their reactions, many of which revolved around the shocking scene in which Homelander confronts Web Weaver about being an informant for The Boys, and ends up literally ripping the character in half on screen.One X user described said, “This has gotta be one of the most diabolical kills on the show.”This has gotta be one of the most diabolical kills on the show

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‘The Boys’ fans have described the latest episode as “fucking diabolical”
Note: This article contains major spoilers for The Boys season 4, episode 6.The latest episode of The Boys has sparked a wide range of reactions from viewers, with many describing its latest twists and disturbingly graphic scenes as “fucking diabolical”.Titled ‘Dirty Business’, the new episode was released on Amazon Prime Video on Thursday (July 4), and arguably delivered some of season four’s biggest shocks yet.Among those surprises was the revelation that Butcher (Karl Urban) has pretty much completely lost his mind thanks to the Compound V worm swimming around in his brain, and he’s actually been imagining his aggressive friend Joe Kessler (Jeffrey Dean Morgan) the entire time – very much in the style of Fight Club.Elsewhere, Mother’s Milk (Laz Alonso) finds himself having to shoot heroin up Webweaver’s (Dan Mousseau) anus, only for the Spider-Man parody to fart webs all over MM’s face.In another scene involving the expulsion of bodily fluids, Firecracker (Valorie Curry) manages to woo Homelander (Anthony Star) by squirting her breastmilk directly into his mouth, from a fair distance. He immediately caves to her advance and proceeds to breastfeed from her.Following these eye-opening new developments, fans took to social media to share their thoughts on the episode, and it’s safe to say that it went down well.“Billy Butcher has gone mental.
Here’s every song in the ‘The Boys’ season four so far
Amazon Prime Video’s The Boys are now streaming, but what songs are included in the episodes?The superhero series, adapted from the comic books written by Garth Ennis and Darick Robertson and developed for the screen by Eric Kripke, follows the titular team of vigilantes as they combat superpowered enemies who abuse their powers.Last month, the trailer for season four was released, in which the group’s leader Billy Butcher (Karl Urban) reveals that he’s running out of time to live due to a weakened heart as he rallies the gang for an assault on Homelander (Anthony Starr) and the supes community.Watch the trailer below:Prime Video released the first three episodes of season four on June 13, with the remaining five episodes set to hit the streaming service on a weekly basis, with the final one arriving on July 18.It is currently unclear whether the cast of the show’s spinoff series Gen V will make appearances in the series, after several key characters from The Boys cameoed in the debut season of Gen V.Set in the same universe, Gen V is about to begin production on its second season. The show’s producers recently issued a statement that they will not be recasting the role of Andre Anderson after the untimely death of actor Chance Perdomo in March this year.In a four-star review of the new season, NME wrote: “With season five already confirmed, the return of a few familiar faces and a lot of characters confronting their pasts, this season sometimes feels like the set up for an eventual endgame scenario.
Amazon removes film after receiving one Ofcom complaint
Amazon Prime Video has removed a film from its library after receiving one Ofcom complaint.Filipino film Pamasahe, which was released in 2022, was found to be in breach of the regulator’s code, with the removal coming after the recent passing of the Media Bill in the UK’s House of Lords.The new law means streamers must be regulated the same as traditional broadcasters in Britain in areas such as harmful content.According to Deadline, one person complained to Ofcom after initially writing to Amazon about a scene in Pamasahe that “concerned about the inclusion of a baby in scenes depicting sexual activity between adults”.After reportedly receiving no response – and then an unsatisfactory response from the streamer – they contacted the regulator, who in turn then contacted the British Board of Film Classification (BBFC).They advised that “the sequence…contains a frame that would contravene the Protection of Children Act 1978….on the basis that it shows a child in the same frame as sexual activity”. After the BBFC contacted Amazon, the film was removed.The streamer said in response that it believed that it had “robust, complete and effective” checking measures in place, evidenced by “over a decade of content distribution under the supervision of Ofcom without any prior formal investigations from Ofcom.”They added: “These sorts of content policies are nuanced and we regularly evaluate where we can make improvements.”Pamasahe follows the story of “a penniless mother, with her infant child” who “takes on a journey by land and sea to find her husband in Manila”.