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Just read Oona Chaplin (Robb Starks wife, and Tom Hardys half sister in Taboo) is Charlie Chaplins granddaughter
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Four-part animated series Castlevania announced by Netflix. Not for children. That's interesting.
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Ive read some of Warren Ellis', the guy writing Castelvania, books and comics and they are brilliant. Really excited for it
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flying through Santa Clarita Diet on Netflix

i LOVE it.... i'm in stitches watching it

then again, you'd probably have to like Olyphant & Barrymore. i love seeing justified doing comedy, he's great at it.
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Eucrid wrote:Brilliant Always Sunny this week.


Yup. Solid series.
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Finished all of Halt and Catch Fire, last season was the weakest IMO, second was most enjoyable. Good show.

Watched two eps of Santa Clarita Diet, not overly enamoured with the humour.

Been meaning to look at Attack on Titan for a while now, few friends had recommended it, once I get past the insane subtitled theme tune it's a pretty good story. I could see myself binge watching it on a duvet day, which might be on the horizon if this cold takes grip.
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i_ate_cats wrote:Been meaning to look at Attack on Titan for a while now, few friends had recommended it, once I get past the insane subtitled theme tune it's a pretty good story. I could see myself binge watching it on a duvet day, which might be on the horizon if this cold takes grip.


Its very slow moving. Very!! But its really good. Completely nuts. Think the second series starts in April
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The Walking Dead was back last night and it was more of the walking dead :lol: I want to give up on it but due to there being nothing else on, on a monday night i keep up with it.
that bit with the cars on the highway was fucking class. right over kill :thumbs: . Still i hope they haven't spunked the budget on that scene like they did a few years back with the herd in the quarry and they we saw feck all zombies for the rest of the season.

I'm glad there is no Irish person in Rick's group. Can you imagine them going to the Kingdom "here you, you're no king, you're playing fucking dress up. fuck off out of that" :lol:
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mooch wrote:flying through Santa Clarita Diet on Netflix

i LOVE it.... i'm in stitches watching it

then again, you'd probably have to like Olyphant & Barrymore. i love seeing justified doing comedy, he's great at it.


Had to turn it off. Thought it was terrible. Maybe I didn't give it long enough.
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i finished it the other night. i liked the humour in it.....it warmed up as it went along
disappointed with the finale though

god maybe it's just me?
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Anyone subjected themselves to Training Day yet?
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i cannot wait until Feud!
i love old hollywood scandal, i love whatever happened to baby jane and i love susan sarandon
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Valentines episode of Bobs Burgers was sooo good
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did anyone watch that toughest place to be last night? a dublin bus driver driving a bus in kathmandu, was gas
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mooch wrote:i finished it the other night. i liked the humour in it.....it warmed up as it went along
disappointed with the finale though

god maybe it's just me?


I started watching it over the weekend. Flew through the first 8 episodes so far. I like it, its paced really well, flies along. The episode is always over before I expect which I consider a good sign.
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bartleby wrote:
i_ate_cats wrote:Been meaning to look at Attack on Titan for a while now, few friends had recommended it, once I get past the insane subtitled theme tune it's a pretty good story. I could see myself binge watching it on a duvet day, which might be on the horizon if this cold takes grip.


Its very slow moving. Very!! But its really good. Completely nuts. Think the second series starts in April


Started this a couple of days ago and i don't know how you could call it slow.
The action starts rapidly. Long would be a better description.
I see it as one big film. In that sense it seems well paced to me.
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Legion
Have seen first three episodes and I've really enjoyed them. I was worried that the portrayal of mental illness would be hackneyed but it's quite original and well put together. Lots of attention to detail, great soundtrack, effects. Impressive stuff so far, hope it keeps it up.

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The 'American Bitch' episode has been my favourite so far, best Hannah episode in a very long time. Good season so far.
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Finished Attack on Titan last night, epic stuff. But i thought there was more :/
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Great to have Catastrophe back.
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