Discussion in 'TV & Media' started by HaventGotALife, Feb 15, 2014.
Doing a Defenders rewatch.
I started working on the Disney Narnia movies. I watched the first two once each back when they first came out on DVD, and I never saw the third one.
Really enjoyed The Lion, The Witch, and The Wardrobe.
Just finished season 3 of The Good Place, hoping to get some classic Doctor Who in tonight at work.
Smallville 3x12. The show is WAY better then I remembererd, so addictive. Yesterday I wanted to watch one episode, three episodes later I could quit because It was the last episode of the dvd.
Don't think I've ever seen the third one either.
Tonight, watching Death in Paradise.
Been cherry picking some episodes of Game of Thrones over on HBOMax.
Episodes of Supernatural, season 5.
Personally, I have only seen first and third movies. The third one was definitely my favorite. It had a new overarching plot, centered around the island where dreams come true (but not the dreams you would want to come true!).
Hubby and I finished The Salisbury Poisonings last night. Very interesting; we knew very little about it.
I decided to add one last show to my rotation, and started watching The Muppet Show on Disney+. I've already seen Season 1, so I started with Season 2.
I watch Supernatural with my wife for the first time, and we are at season 1 episode 4. After watching everything of the X-files the last two, three years. This show had the same vibe so far. Is It still the same later on?
Abominable at the moment.
Later, running through some of the old VHS tapes and Asteroid seems to be next.
It changes--it intensifies, getting better and better. Everything builds. The story arc of the first five seasons is pretty damn perfect. It's part X Files, part Buffy the Vampire Slayer, part Old Testament, part Grimms Fairy Tales.
Ok thanks, reasons enough to keep watching.
Full disclosure: I'm a hard-core SPN fan. I've watched all 15 seasons---and I've watched the episodes in the first 10 multiple times.
My wife and I like Buffy and the X files and love Angel. So I think Supernatural fits our genre
I hope Supernatural has a kinder, more reasonable showrunner.
Indeed, they do.
Managed to squeeze in The Matrix last night too.
Now, it's Matrix Reloaded.
The CGI animated movie with Chloe Bennett?
I continued my journey through Narnia with Prince Caspian yesterday.
I only have one episode of Heartland left, so I decided to start the series that's going to replace it in my rotation, the German Netflix post apocalyptic series Tribes of Europa. It's off to a pretty good start.
Here's the trailer, if anyone is interested.
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