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Everyone I know loves this show.
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That's what I thought too.
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Movies & Entertainment / Re: Horror Movie Round-Up
« Last post by RottingCorpse on Yesterday at 11:52:05 PM »
Man, that sounds great.
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TV / Re: Suffering Through TNG: It's time for your oral exam, Wesley!
« Last post by nacho on Yesterday at 03:39:22 PM »
Okay, trying season 2 of Star: Trek Discovery. Which is basically Star Trek: TOS season 0 at this point.
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Reading & Writing / Re: What You're Reading
« Last post by nacho on Yesterday at 09:54:12 AM »
Email me the ePub or whatever Kindle uses... Amazon AIDS.

I don't have it! Pirate land is fading these days...
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Movies & Entertainment / Re: The Rise & Fall of the Spider-Man Franchise
« Last post by nacho on Yesterday at 09:53:27 AM »
We only needed Emma Stone.

We always need Emma Stone.
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Movies & Entertainment / Re: Horror Movie Round-Up
« Last post by nacho on Yesterday at 09:53:06 AM »
Overlord!

A small group of rangers barely survive a behind-the-lines drop ahead of D-Day and find themselves in a small French town with a dark secret... In the crypts beneath the church lies a Nazi base where mad scientists are reanimating corpses!

Begin GIs fighting zombies!

It's been done a million billion times. But, somehow, this movie is the first to pull it off well. Don't get me wrong -- this movie is in no way elevated. It's tropey and silly. But the cast really glues everything together, and they're strangely loyal to the WWII setting (well...by way of Wolfenstein, at least). It's weirdly light on the horror, too. That sets it apart. They keep the jump scares to a minimum, they keep the monsters in the background. It's more about discovering the complex and then deciding to "save the cat" and blow up some Nazis.

Worth a watch!
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Reading & Writing / Re: What You're Reading
« Last post by monkey! on February 13, 2019, 05:22:53 AM »
Email me the ePub or whatever Kindle uses... Amazon AIDS.
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