Did Ghost die offscreen?
Was it kino?
yes it's a great horror flick, 2 not so great but still enjoyable. 3 is going to be pure creeper kino.
It was a good tense weird horror movie with some funny moments
I wish we never got a good look at the monster man. Fuck me that bat wing coming out of the guy when he was run over.
WHAT CAN I SAY
how would /tv/ blow 30 million in 30 days?
>tfw lying in bed watching their vids all night
Why are they prime comfy?
This is a good comfy show
I'm only on episode 7 don't know how much more i can take
What's his endgame?
>when the coolest aspect of your show is exploring the fantastic unknown, and then the fantastic unknown runs out
Seriously what happened to this show?
Moments like pic related were magical, when we first saw life and death toyed with.
Now there's really nothing more that can surprise me, or fill me with wonder.
It's all just boring, repetitive, cliché tv character development in an annoyingly familiar world.
I miss not knowing what was out there.
>smells like ballz xD
This was great
>those dull shots
Truly fitting for one of the dullest franchises in the history of movie franchises throughout. Seriously each episode following the boy wizard and his pals from Hogwarts Academy as they fight assorted villains has been indistinguishable from the others. Aside from the gloomy imagery, the series’ only consistency has been its lack of excitement and ineffective use of special effects, all to make magic unmagical, to make action seem inert.
Perhaps the die was cast when Rowling vetoed the idea of Spielberg directing the series; she made sure the series would never be mistaken for a work of art that meant anything to anybody?just ridiculously profitable cross-promotion for her books. The Harry Potter series might be anti-Christian (or not), but it’s certainly the anti-James Bond series in its refusal of wonder, beauty and excitement. No one wants to face that fact. Now, thankfully, they no longer have to.
>a-at least the books were good though
The writing is dreadful; the book was terrible. As I read, I noticed that every time a character went for a walk, the author wrote instead that the character "stretched his legs."
I began marking on the back of an envelope every time that phrase was repeated. I stopped only after I had marked the envelope several dozen times. I was incredulous. Rowling's mind is so governed by cliches and dead metaphors that she has no other style of writing. Later I read a lavish, loving review of Harry Potter by the same Stephen King. He wrote something to the effect of, "If these kids are reading Harry Potter at 11 or 12, then when they get older they will go on to read Stephen King." And he was quite right. He was not being ironic. When you read "Harry Potter" you are, in fact, trained to read Stephen King.
*impedes your progress*