Discussion in 'TV & Media' started by HaventGotALife, Feb 15, 2014.
Halloween horror: "Lair of the White Worm."
Starring a shockingly young Peter Capaldi.
Two nights ago, I started watching some horror movies in preparation for Halloween. I watched 3 From Hell, which wasn't bad, but not as good as House of 1,000 Corpses or The Devil's Rejects. I also watched Tales From the Crypt Presents Demon Knight (a flick I feel isn't appreciated enough, with several Star Trek alum, such as Dick Miller, John Schuck, and William Sadler).
Last night, I watched the season finale of Succession. Holy hell! What a finale! This show has now edged out Better Call Saul as my favorite show on TV right now!
Edit: I also watched El Camino: A Breaking Bad Movie
Good Place and Riverdale are a definate.
Probably the seasone one finale of Cloak and Dagger.
Tomorrow, it's Zombieland 2 at the cinema.
Nancy Drew, episode 2
The Walking Dead & The Talking Dead.
Ditto. I find this season to be pretty good so far. Feels like the tensions have dialed up to 11. Far in a way better than Fear the Walking Dead. Neagan once again stole the show last night.
Supergirl and Instinct tonight.
Finally caught up with AGENTS OF SHIELD this weekend.
Late to the party, I know.
The Flash starts here tonight, then probably the tivoed Watchmen.
Currently on the final series of 'Power'
Halloween horror: THE FOG (1980)
Carnival Row and The Late Show with Steve Colbert
Halloween horror: The Others.
I have been obsessed with British narrowboats lately. We don't have anything really like them, here.
I've been obsessively watching two different men deal with their respective mid-life crises by selling everything and living life on the canals. Cruising the Cut on youtube and Travels by Narrowboat on Amazon.
Krypton and The 100 tonight.
CW is wasting an episode of the finale season of the show doing a backdoor prequel series pilot.
That sounds about right. - For tonight, The Good Place.
Trying out Limetown on Facebook Watch.............
Halloween Horror: "The Plague of Zombies."
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