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  2. The Master

    The Defenders

    Jessica Jones and The Punisher are officially cancelled. But there will be a third season of JJ.
  3. Preston

    Random wrestling thoughts

    It's a work, but he could be transferring to a backstage role.
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    Episode 599

    This week on Dread Media, let's get weird! First Darryll and Desmond finally take a look at Takashi Miike's bizarro crime drama freak out: Gozu. Then, Tom Deja stops in to pay tribute to the late, great Albert Finney with his review of Looker. Tunes: "Baby, Won't You Weird Me Out" by Melvins Lite, "Forced Gender Reassignment" by Cattle Decapitation, "Looker" by Sue Saad, and "When a Blind Man Cries (live)" by Metallica. [ 1:08:15 || 33.6 MB ]
  5. JackFetch

    Everything DC

    DC learned from their mistakes with Titans. Doom Patrol starts off really good. The characters are fleshed out well, and likable right off the bat. If there was anything to complain about I guess it would be seeing an older, doughy Brendan Fraser as a race car driver is a little silly. I know they don't have the budget for Marvel de-aging CGI but something would have been nice. Also, there are multiple sex scenes with nudity in this that I wasn't expecting from an actual DC show.
  6. dc20willsave

    Every Film You've Watched in 2019

    The Great Muppet Caper works on so many levels. It's The Muppets playing The Muppets playing characters that share their names with The Muppets. It has the meta moments but is also allowed to be it's own thing.
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  8. S-T

    Randomness

    Decided to try out "The Most Stuf" after seeing them in the store. Yowza.
  9. Pan-dub

    Every Film You've Watched in 2019

    The Muppet Movie
  10. The Master

    Random wrestling thoughts

    Is Kassius Ohno really leaving NXT / WWE, or is this a storyline?
  11. Donomark

    Every Film You've Watched in 2019

    Prisoners: Not the first time I've seen it, but I was choked up to the point of tears on this rewatch. Hugh Jackman is one of the best rage performers on the scene right now. His performance in this and Logan really compliment each other, but he's much more vulnerable and earthly and real. It's a perfect performance, but I couldn't look away from Jake Gyllenhall. Everything about him that's been said before in this movie, from the blinking to the dogged determination...this is a fucking film. Serenity: Saw this a few weeks back when the hype train was around it. Easily the worst movie I've seen in a long time in terms of execution. The big twist is revealed halfway through the movie, and is laugh-inducing.
  12. The Master

    Every Film You've Watched in 2019

    Which would you say is the best?
  13. dc20willsave

    Every Film You've Watched in 2019

    The Muppets: Nearly the best Muppet movie. It works so well. Yu-Gi-Oh: The Dark Side of Dimensions: This is two hours long. Why? Films: 11 MST3K/Rifftrax Assisted: 2
  14. S-T

    The minor annoyances thread

    If you must drive under the speed limit on the Interstate, get over in the right lane where you belong.
  15. The Master

    Every Film You've Watched in 2019

    Good Will Hunting: Robin Williams is at his best here, and absolutely deserved the Oscar he won for Best Supporting Actor. He instantly disappears into the role of Sean. His rage is barely kept in check, and his depression is honest and never played for laughs. Once or twice he's able to turn on the manic Robin Williams-ness, but otherwise he's a world-weary widower without self-direction. The rest of the movie, though, I wasn't really digging this time around. It often seemed choppy and uneven. But, the scene where Chuckie tells Will how he feels about Will's gifts was a great moment.
  16. teenalphabro

    Every Film You've Watched in 2019

    Day of the Dead: First time viewing, and man. Man, that's really good. Films Watched: 12
  17. Venneh

    Every comic you've read in 2019

    Die 3: o hai fantasy masterclass and deconstruction, I am here for this. Still skeptical that Hans can keep up on a monthly schedule, but the art continues to be amazing. Unnatural 7: Mirka Andolfo does supernatural furry comics, it pretty Vindication 1: I know Image really prides itself on not having editors but uh maybe they should. Just saying. Yiiiiiiikes. Criminal 2: Brubaker and Phillips do a very thinly veiled take on Steve Ditko But A Dirtbag, and apparently the issues aren’t all going to be the same story chronologically, which should be interesting. Blackbird 5: I haven’t picked this up in a few issues, but they make it easy to follow, and it’s so neat to watch Jen Bartel leveling up art wise. East of West 41: Combination flashback and setup issue for what’s to come. I’m interested to see what’s to come. Seven to Eternity 13: Well, it looks like Remender is attempting to wrap this up? Maybe? I mean, it’s been so sporadically released I wouldn’t be surprised. But damn dat Opena tho. Monstress 20: SANA TAKEDA PRETTY, also some stuff going on in the background plot wise that I’m still trying to figure out. Trades/Tankobon: 3Single Issues: 13
  18. S-T

    Every Film You've Watched in 2019

    Incredibles 2. Worthy sequel to the original. Lots of fun, but too long. You could easily cut 30 minutes. Films watched: 5
  19. The Master

    Every Film You've Watched in 2019

    The Matrix: Twenty years later and this holds up amazingly well. Yeah, some things don't make sense if you look too hard, but The Wachowskis layered this film with so much subtext. Forget the Alice in Wonderland stuff that's pointed out; what they're saying about humanity, the world, and even themselves is brilliant. And they did it all in an ultra-stylish, revolutionary movie that netted ~$400 million. Star Trek (2009): I adore this movie. It's a loving recreation of what's come before, and goes out of its goddamn way to respect every iteration of previous Star Trek series and movies. It would have been so easy to make this a hard reboot, but they crafted their tale around an idea that bridged realities just to make sure nothing from the past was erased. The cast is perfect, especially Pine. He is idea people have of Kirk (sexed up) mixed with the actual bookworm he was in TOS. He's brilliant, yet using fighting, drinking, and sex to make up for the loss he feels in life. So good!
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  21. The Master

    Star Trek: Discovery

    YAY! They brought back to life! But the method they used was magical pixie dust. They try to science it up, but it was magic. While I'm okay with it this one time, I truly hope Discovery doesn't use the spores like TOS and TNG used the transporters as magical Get Out of Jail Free cards.
  22. Venneh

    Every comic you've read in 2019

    Wotakoi: Love Is Hard for Otaku v3: Continues to be a funny and sappy as hell romance manga focusing on (three now!) nerdy couples. This is finally past what the anime has adapted so far, so it’s all new material, and I continue to like the two volumes in one approach to translation. 10 Dance v1: An old school boy’s love manga - slow burn, rivals turned dance partners turned ???, polar opposites, the whole nine yards. I’ll definitely read more when it comes out. Trades/Tankobon: 3 Single Issues: 5
  23. Donomark

    Random movie and tv thoughts

    I just think his face looks smaller than his head in that teaser trailer. I'm sure it'll look better in the movie, but for right now it genuinely made me laugh.
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    Episode 1048

    It's a Peanuts Valentine Retrospective, Charlie Brown! Skyler and Will celebrate Valentine's Day by discussing four Peanuts specials that have more than a bit of melancholy. Along the way, they find much to admire about one member of the cast, discuss a special focusing on a character you wouldn't expect, and realize the true versatility of spray cans. [ 1:18:15 || 39.7 MB ]
  25. JackFetch

    Everything Marvel

    According to Producer Chris Miller, Stan Lee is in Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse dozens of times. There are also a ton of other easter eggs in it. As if I needed more reasons to rewatch it a bunch of times. Source
  26. JackFetch

    Random movie and tv thoughts

    I don't know what everyone was expecting but it sure has made for some funny memes. I just think it looks unfinished myself.
  27. Dread

    Every Film You've Watched in 2019

    Friday the 13th: legitimately good. A half smart screenplay and some really clever filmmaking. Adrienne King and Betsy Palmer FUCKING KILL IT. Great reminder that this series started off as one of the best slashers of all-time. Friday the 13th Part 2: Amy Steel doesn't have the line delivery of the previous film's final girl, but she does have the intensity. Her character is written awesomely as an intelligent and resourceful badass. Sack-face Jason is a favourite of mine, but he isn't really Jason here. He comes across as ineffective at times. Even doing a pratfall or two. Fun. The gore is amped up a bit and spread out. Nothing as spectacular as the first movie's decapitation, but better across the whole film. Features: 16 Shorts: 0 Documentaries: 1 Rewatches: 0
  28. Dread

    Every comic you've read in 2019

    Shadow Roads #1: this was not a great first issue The Realm #7: not the best issue of this series, but still solid. The Silencer #6: this is good, but I hope there's a focus shift soon. The Terrifics #5: pretty solid. Thor #2: yeah, I'm out. Not a great start. Comics: 46 Trades: 2 Graphic Novels: Omnibus: 1
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