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The backstory is the child is just deathly afraid of having his picture taken. @Hatorian is the real monster here.and 1 other.
Great to hear, Matty. However, I am going to play the stern, concerned role here and suggest you still be seriously looking into equally serious help. I know it feels like things are better (and thats really excellent) but you were in a pretty rotten place. And I'd hate to imagine that creeping up on you again--but as I am sure you know, that stuff tends to do just that. Just my two-cents.
"More than just waiting in long lines, attendees were upset by the lack of options. On Facebook, many complained that there weren’t enough taco possibilities at the food trucks."I feel like the writer really missed an opportunity to use the word "tacobilities" in their article here.
As someone who has played Back to the Future and Jurassic Park, they lean much less heavily into the "choose your own response"-type game. They are closer to the old Sierra point-and-click adventure games. I think other of Telltale's games would be a better fit. Borderlands is fantastic and hilarious. Even if you aren't a Borderlands fan in the slightest. Bad-Guy Batman would be a blast to watch you guys do.
MrX said:I really liked Metalhead. Loved the dog design, they reminded me of the OG Terminator or the ED-209 in Robocop, really cool stuff, and very terrifying how they "casually" go about hunting down and killing people. Interesting how short the epsideo was, thought they did a great job with telling a tight story. I get that some people didn't like the teddy bear "reveal" at the end but to me it wasn't nearly enough of a flaw (if it was a flaw) to outweigh the strength of the episode.
I read an interview with Charles Booker who said he originally had a guy controlling the Dog, but it was cut because it was more powerful to not know how or why these things are doing all of this. Its such a frightening creation and it moves in an absolutely skin-crawling way. Thinking that they are sentient is the stuff of nightmares.
amyja89 said:Personal Shopper. My girl Kristen hitting it out of the park once again! I didn't expect to be genuinely scared by this movie!
As for my addition: I caught Split last night. I really can't say a thing without spoiling it for someone out there. All I will say is that fans of M. Night Shyamalan's earlier works will find a ton to love here. I enjoyed it quite a bit. It certainly has some flaws. But it leaves on a real stinger that made my jaw drop.