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  1. I mean I've been wanting Rick to bite it since Season 3 if I'm being honest, so losing him is not a huge deal for me. I'd love to see Lauren Cohen stay on and become a main focus on the show (comic book Maggie is a pretty important character in terms of leadership). Though I think Negan become a central character / heroic guy would be great; he's been an interesting part of the cast. I still have to catch up; haven't seen anything past the mid-season finale yet.... but yea, I can't say losing Rick will make me abandon the show.
  2. I have to break the mold and say that Dexter Season 7 was worst for me than the last one, if I'm being honest. Neither were particularly great, but I preferred the last one. Walking Dead Season 2, I loathed. That was a chore. American Horror Story: Asylum.... blech. Not pleasant and way too convoluted. Angel Season 4 wasn't a whole lot of fun either... I can't remember if I hated Season 5, mostly because the way the series ended just pissed me off and I blocked a lot of it out.
  3. American Horror Story: Roanoke. It hit all the right spots for me as a series, and was truly the season I considered to be a true horror. It was terrifying at times. Buffy Season 3 is another that stands out to me. The Good Place Season 1 was beautiful. First Seasons of Dead Like Me, Six Feet Under and Pushing Daisies are wonderful as well.
  4. The Pack AD..... this was hard to narrow down to one song. But Deer is one of their older ones and the first song I heard them play in some little dive bar I used to hang out in. Had no idea who they were, didn't think much of them as they were setting up their set (they were one of two headliners that night) but they played this song and I bought their album on the spot.
  5. I disagree about last week.. it was a slow episode but I thought one that still was needed / accomplished a lot. I agree any other character wouldn't get that treatment but it wasn't any other character. As for this week... yea i was thinking the same thing.
  6. oh easy, First Aunt Viv. First Darrin (forget if that was Sergeant or York). First nosy chubby cheeked neighbour.
  7. That episode though.... man..... tough final few scenes.
  8. I have to say that aside from costumes and the props/weaponry... When I saw the set for the Korean Casino... That was truly a sight to behold. Maybe it's just because it's what I do for a living, but my eyes lit up when they did the entrance shot of that location and I was enthralled by the detail and design of it. That was probably my favorite shot of the film.
  9. Black Panther was phenomenal. It is easily my favorite Super Hero movie. What I loved most about it was that it was so character driven, as opposed to "Boom, Bang, Visual Effects, Exploding Buildings" style that Avengers is famous for (which, Avengers for all the love it gets can stand to cut a good 45 minutes worth of exploding buildings and it'll make it much more interesting in my opinion). I loved how they blended comic book lore and super hero movies, with historical black problems and modern xenophobia. And the costume designer surely needs to be shortlisted for the academy award, because how seamlessly she managed to blend traditional African styles with this created Science Fiction high-tech style is a thing of beauty. I can't say enough about how great of a movie this is and can only hope the next Marvel films continue the course. I'll echo sentiments about Shuri and Okoye. Great characters all around, and terrific performances from the cast as a whole.
  10. GLOW was really good. Almost surprisingly (though it had a solid cast). Really loving the Sam character and surprised as to the direction they opted to take the two leads, I assumed it would have been the opposite, but I like this dynamic. Amazing Kong was really good in it as well.
  11. 1. WWF SmackDown!: Know Your Role 2. The Sims 3. Civilization IV 4. Twisted Metal Black 5. Mortal Kombat: Deadly Alliance 6. WWE SmackDown!: Here Comes The Pain 7. Def Jam Vendetta 8. Final Fantasy X-II 9. Warcraft III: Reign of Chaos 10. Batman: Arkham Asylum 11. Mortal Kombat: Deception 12. Guitar Hero II 13. Final Fantasy IX 14. Hot Shots 3 15. Tomb Raider Chronicles
  12. I enjoyed it. I mean, it wasn't the worst Superhero movie I'd seen and while I'm usually partial to Marvel over DC, I actually thought it was fun. Some of the performances were pretty good, from an acting POV, and the only real criticism I have is that I'd have liked to see a darker / more of Joker & Harley. It was never a film to be taken to seriously to begin with.
  13. Hmmmm.... I tried googling it to see and nothing official came up. Mostly just said things along the lines of "no official word means its unlikely", but as far as I'm aware the show creators / production team are still trying to shop it around to other networks. Or that's what I was told... but this was about a month ago now, so it may have changed since.
  14. All Time 1. Six Feet Unders 2. FRIENDS 3. Dead Like Me 4. Pushing Daisies 5. Buffy The Vampire Slayer Current 1. Walking Dead 2. Scandal 3. American Horror Story 4. Jane The Virgin 5. Orange Is The New Black I asked about that recently and it seems up in the air at the moment, but I don't think Slasher has officially been cancelled, has it? I've heard rumors of season two being in the works but nobody really knew for sure.
  15. Nocturnal Animals Hush The Witch Deadpool Antibirth Suicide Squad Ouija: Origin of Evil Captain America: Civil War Finding Dory Dirty Grandpa Basically the only 10 movies of the year I've seen.
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