If unaware of British idiom, “clobber” as a noun is slang for clothing; as a verb it means beating people up. This is true. How oddly apt for a Deathmatch.
What’s also true is that Group Stage voting on clobber / garb / costumes – anything worn by anyone in the given film is up for your deep contemplation – closes on 30 November.
- No Time to Die
I’m noticing a trend with me that Connery and Craig tend to win without question, it’s when they’re against each other, or themselves, it becomes hard
I have been asked whether clobber includes hairpieces.
The form-not-fitting space suits launch MOONRAKER into the … um … stratosphere.
‘Sir Hugo Drax
kindly requests the honour of your presence
at the official opening of his Top of the World
Diner and Dance (in stainless steel)
at five o’clock in the evening
on Doomsday of 1979.
Black tie is optional, space suit required.’
And don’t forget your hunting outfit.
RULES OF THE GAME wishes it were so chic.
My only fear is that the Clobber Deathmatch will come down to DAF vs. MOONRAKER
If hairpieces are included, then why isn’t CR67 part of this?
It’s the only one that actually features a hairpiece as a plot element.
…looks at NSNA poster…
Okay, maybe there’s another one…
I went with:
- No Time To Die
James Bond in suspenders? No can’t go for that. So NTTD sinks to the bottom (again).