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Marvel's Agent Carter Sneak Peek (Article) - 11/5/2014 12:15:03 PM

 I thought it was weird that during the Marvel special last night the host said 'And now the moment you've all be waiting for... A special sneak peak of Agent Carter.'  Not saying that I won't watch the show, but I was expecting something more.  More as in a clip or peek at Avengers or Ant-man, not a scene from a tv show that I'll watch, but i'm not sitting on the edge of my seat in anticipation for it.

Five Vivacious Moments from V for Vendetta (Article) - 11/5/2014 8:29:22 AM

 That's actually one of the reason's I liked the movie was that it wasn't like The Matrix.  Thank Jeebus, the Wako Bros didn't direct this film and only produced it.  Granted they did throw in the ridiculous 'bullet time' effect on V throwing the knives at the end, but if that's my chief complaint, I'll let it slide.

Constantine: The Darkness Beneath Review (Article) - 11/5/2014 8:11:24 AM

Actually, just re-watched that segment on NBC's site.  According to CC, he said 'Now Flap Off' as in flap your wings and fly off since he was talking to Manny the Angel. 

Constantine: The Darkness Beneath Review (Article) - 11/5/2014 8:03:34 AM

 VTG, I do not believe that he said 'F*** Off' in the pilot.  I believe he said 'Fob off.'  I had to rewind as well and while it sounded like the F-bomb, I believe it was 'Fob off'or to put off by evasion according to wiki.  That's at least as close as I can guess. I didn't turn on CC so I'm not positive, but I am positive that they did not allow 'F*** Off' to pass by the FCC censors on network television.

Doctor Who: Dark Water Review (Article) - 11/4/2014 3:19:18 PM

And can we please have more than one or 2 episodes away from Earth?  With technology and special effects being what they are today, we should be having many more aventures from the furthest reaching of space and time.  Just just one bank heist on another planet episode and an adventure on the moon. 

Doctor Who: Dark Water Review (Article) - 11/4/2014 3:17:20 PM

I got to agree with the sentiment that Moffat needs to go.  The show just lacks a certain 'something' ever since Russel T. Davies left.  It's obvious to me that Mark Gratis is the brains behind Sherlock. Even so, I have enjoyed this series more than the last couple of years during Matt Smith's run (not to disparage his performance at all, which I still think was decent).  

I do hate trailers for shows that show us too much.  There was no surprise in this episode as to the skeletons in the water tanks for me.  They showed us Cybermen in some of the teasers and when they said the water was x-ray water and only showed biological material, I think they were the newest incarnation of the Cybermen.  

The reveal of Missy being The Master wasn't terribly unexpected either.  That was one of my theories going in.  Though I'm not sure what exactly to think fo this 'Nethersphere.'  Is it a parallel universe or something?  And how the dead end up there is still a bit odd.  Maybe I'm bringing too much of my own beliefs into the fantasy world of Doctor Who, but I'm having trouble wrapping my head around it.

I do agree with Kara, though.  Having Missy be Susan or Romana would have been much more interesting than The Master being back, however I quite enjoyed John SImm's Master.  He just brought such an joyous evilness to the role, not unlike how Tom Hiddleson played Loki.  He just seemed to really relish playing the role.

Shock-O-Rama: The Vanishing Returns on Remakes (Article) - 10/30/2014 8:10:08 AM

 I remember watching The Vanishing when it was released on VHS.  Then a couple years later, I was flipping channels late one night and came across some rather familiar feeling foreign film on Bravo (back in the day when Bravo played primarily old and artsy movies).  The tale seems familiar to me and I thought 'man this is just like The Vanishing with Keifer Sutherland, Sandra Bullock and Jeff Bridges.' It was only then that I realized The Vanishing I saw was a remake of this foreign film.  I really do enjoy both versions though I haven't seen the original in many years.  I need to look that one up and rewatch it.

New Agent Carter TV Spot (Article) - 10/30/2014 8:00:28 AM

 She is gorgeous, but that trailer/teaser sucked.  The line 'sometimes the right man for the job is a woman' really bugs the crap out of me as a writer.  It's pretty cliche.

Blu-ray Shopping Bag: Nightbreed: The Director%u2019s Cut (Article) - 10/29/2014 2:32:35 PM

 I do love bonus materials, but I just can't come to grips with shelling out that kind of dough for one movie.  Sure there's 2 different cuts, but still the same basic flick.  It's like buying The Wolverine bluray that comes with an extended cut as well except that Wolverine is 1/4th the price of this.

The Walking Dead: Four Walls and a Roof Review (Article) - 10/29/2014 2:27:19 PM

 It would be pretty lazing/lame writing if that is Morgan who Daryl comes back with.  The 2 don't know each other and given both Daryl's and Morgan's passed, I don't see either of them doing much talking to one another so quickly that they are already back at camp.  Wouldn't make sense at all.


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