Frankie Boyle's ‘Last Days of Sodom' is the sequel to his 'Early Days of Sodom' tour, in which Frankie talked about that period of Sodom's history in which house prices were buoyant, before the strip bars and crack dens moved in. It was a gentler time. Frankie focused on the smooth-running transport infrastructure, the lack of dog-fighting clubs, and the excellent local education opportunities in Sodom and the surrounding Gomorrah area. The tour was a f***ing disaster. Frankie Boyle's ‘Last Days of Sodom’ is humankind's final hellish yawn. Whatever else you find on this DVD you won't find a reason to stay your hand as it grips the razor. You think a few cheap laughs will make up for the void in your existence? You think purchasing this DVD will buy you time? It's over. Face it. Buy the DVD, or don't buy it. We're done here. Goodbye.
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Frankie Boyle - The Last Days of Sodom is absolutely hilarious. It's not for everyone, but it's a must have for any fans of black humour. It's hysterical stuff!
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It seems to me that Frankie Boyle has been getting a lot of flak over the last couple of years, people love those bandwagons don't they? I'm a loyal Boyle fan because he's always been funny in my opinion, yes he had his off days (don't we all). This stand up show proves how consistently funny he can be. It could be deemed offensive in places but so what. This is Frankie back on form doing what he does best, if you're easily offended then switch it off and watch Peter Kay cross dressing. Shame that it could be Frankies last stand up , if it is he goes out on a high plus he donated £50,000 to a very worthy cause too.
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