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Discussion in 'The Mainboard' started by hood b. goode, Dec 23, 2017.
Wife and i binged this one over the Spring. Really enjoyed it too.
Jay is top tier. Loved that guy
It's definitely all about living that life that makes you look good on Instagram.
Also has super emotional Luis as one of the hosts of the show for my MDLNY bros. Which is perfect casting.
Just finished part 1 of Fear Street. Really liked it. Starting part 2 now but I could see this being a re-watch trilogy come Halloween time. Pretty brutal.
A devastated husband (Jason Momoa) vows to bring justice to the people responsible for his wife’s death while protecting the only family he has left, his daughter (Isabela Merced).
People in here not liking Peaky Blinders
I think it's great but different strokes for different folks
Fair. There’s just so much shit out on these streaming platforms it’s tough to see what seems to be something of that quality not universally loved.
But I think comic book movies are dumb so clearly I’m not the target demo.
It was just me. I was gonna give season 2 a shot if you calm down
people caring what other people like.
I do it too
I will not!
I just started a petition to thread ban TC and if it was just me I would ban him from this earth altogether but I am for giving people a second chance
I’m going out with a blaze. Narcos was average! Ozark was horrible!
What about dark?
too predictable imo
Free Street 78 is a fun throwback
The use of Man Who Sold The World
And all he ever wanted in life was his family, a cheeseburger from the grill, and an ice cold beer!
I really liked it. But I’m a sucker for Friday the 13th/camp films so that’s not a surprise. More awesome music.
Fear street 2 is much better than the first one
Yeah but not as good as fear street 3
Right off the bat I noticed the upgrade in the cast
I enjoyed Fear Street 1 and 2 but I liked 2 more.
for sure. Only issue I had with the music is a coupe times they just squeezed some songs in for no reason. Can’t remember the scene but within a minute they just randomly hit like 4 90s songs in a row that really didn’t do anything to set a mood. Good songs, but a couple times they weren’t needed
Agree Narcos. Decent. Love Ozark though
My wife was watching last night while I was going to sleep and I heard this happen a lot. It seemed they never played more than 5 seconds of any song and they kept going back to back. I wonder if it was a fair use thing where they didn’t have to pay royalties if they only use it briefly. Just a theory, but it was odd.
I have decided to start an Ozark binge
rest assured, the takes will be tepid
Fear Street 1978 is soo much better than 94. Better story, acting, atmosphere etc. 94 was pretty bad imo. 78 was pretty good
78 is so good!!
excited for 1666 this weekend
I thought 94 was alright but enjoyed 78 quite a bit.
Right off the bat 78 was better. You get 2 main story familiar actresses. 94 was good but 78 was badass.
virgin river season 3 how we feelin
Finished Kingdom S2 last night and saw they’re releasing a stand-alone episode 7/23. Guess I’ll bide my time until then by watching Castlevania S3 and S4.
Re: Castlevania -- today I learned Wallachia was a real place on maps of Europe at one time
In very exciting news, the folks behind The Haunting of Hill House are going to be doing a new horror show for Netflix. They are going to be adapting hit horror comic Something is Killing the Children.
that title gives it all away though
The War Next Door is enjoyable and very colorist but it knows it is and that makes it better imo
I for one will binge it after Never Have I ever S2.
Just finished it with the wife. She watched marvel movies with me so I give her VR. We both disliked it more than the previous 2 seasons. Those seasons had plots and storylines that were resolved as the season progressed—atypical for Netflix shows. This season was the inverse—long, drawn out, and overly dramatic. Like ridiculous.
omg could I be more excited
Gunpowder Milkshake... good action sequences for Kafdn Gillan. Best bowling ball use since Mystery Men
Apparently it takes place in a world where iPhones don't exist because everyone uses fucking flip phones.
Netflix has hired Mike Verdu, a former EA and Facebook/Oculus executive, as vice president of game development to lead its efforts in expanding service offerings beyond film and TV.
What is Fear Street about? Are these true stories?
Originally a teen horror book series in the late 80’s/early 90’s. Now a pretty entertaining teen slasher trilogy on Netflix.
Anyone watched 1666 yet?
Oh no. It’s based on RL Stine book series. It’s a common story across the trilogy and each part opens up more of the backstory. I wouldn’t watch it with kids, but it’s very entertaining and I’ll rewatch it again come Halloween. Cool slasher stories as well.
So you cant just watch 1978 that everyone says is the good one? You really need to watch them all?
I’m pessimistic on 1666.
1. Horror set in that period always seems overly cheesy.
2. How are they going to cram in ten songs from the 90s.
Hopefully only half of the movie is set in that time period.
I wouldn’t skip the first one. It’s still good and it goes into the backstory and what’s going on in the town. Its not like 1994 is some horrible movie, it’s just not as good as the second movie.