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A cinema code of conduct from Mark Kermode and Simon Mayo

Posted on December 6, 2010 | Post a comment | Bookmark and Share

The Wittertainment Code of Conduct

You know what it's like when you go to your local multiplex on a Friday or a Saturday night - Hell on Earth, right? It's full of evil half-humans who simply can't be bothered to go down the pub or stay at home to have a conversation with their friends, a phone call, a meal, conduct a hobby, have a fight, dance or anything else except WATCH THE BLOODY MOVIE.

Now Mark Kermode and Simon Mayo of Radio 5 Live's world-famous film show and podcast have come up with a code of conduct for cinema-goers. Print it and laminate it if you want, or show people this video if you want to explain their sins to them.

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