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  • @JaimieT This is it 
  • amyja89 said: Also, it's a feature documentary rather than a series, but the experience of watching Dear Zachary is something that I will never, ever forget. Good god. That one destroyed me. 
  • Chinaski said: i miss nothing about TJ Miller I never liked him and thought his character was pretty useless. HBO must have felt similar, or at least that what he brought to the show was not worth the pain he was on set. 
  • I'll second The Staircase. It has all the drama of Making a Murderer. 
  • Shum said: So happy to hear about this!  I watched King of Kong a couple years back and would highly recommend it to anyone that hasn't seen it. Its a fantastic movie. Even better if you love video games, but overall pretty awesome. 
  • Polygon gave it a 10/10 also. 
  • Couldn't have happened to a bigger asshole. Good. 
  • Yeah, "mystery box" shows (Mr. Robot & Westworld) I have stopped reading forum threads as well as the podcasts. I still download them automatically with the firehose feed, so the boys get their downloads. But I then go back after the season is o…
  • "I think I want me a robot." Also, Milla Jovich really does love these action'y, grenre stuff, doesn't she? More power to her, I suppose. 
  • If this ever actually sees the light of day I will be astounded and very, very happy. They just have been promising it for ages, so long so that I'd given up hope of it ever being a reality. 
  • Thats some Evil Dead II-Bruce Campbell level of body movement. Crazy. I could easily see it as enjoyable as something like a Crank-type of movie. 
  • Their chips were fantastic, as far as sandwiches, it is hard to beat that Roast Beef 1000 (slow-roasted beef, crispy shallots, 1000 island, sharp cheddar, brioche). I'd get an order of chips, the RB1000, and their homemade Limeade. 
  • Freddy said: Loved Farcry 2 and liked 3. The rest are weak. About an hour into Farcry 5, and it may be the best yet. Story sucks you right in. Great action. Solid mechanics. And best of all, they don't bog you down with too many tasks before …
  • Chinaski said: saw this on DDD today. holy my goodness! i want! I used to live a 5-minute walk from that place. I freaking loved it. 
  • I feel like they showed us an insane amount of stuff. 
  • I have never played any of these games either but plan on jumping into Bloodborne after I polish off Fallout 4. Any hints on what to expect? Outside of it being just brutally difficult, that is. 
  • I am dying to know how this all started. But then again I don't want to know either because that would ruin the mystery of the thing. 
  • So there was lots of talk about how to prevent it, but whatever this curse is has a pretty strict time limit on it. The only way this curse continues is if you continue to "pay it forward" by fucking other people. Once someone breaks that chair and …
  • Dee said: Garthgou81 said: Watching just the trailer made me well up. There are a handful of people that I hope to never hear anything more about. I think at this point it is Fred Rogers, Rod Serling, Sean Bean, Lance Henrikson. and Ro…
  • iMatty94 said: Lock it up in something maybe a strong jail cell?  Drop a car or something heavy on it?  Try to get it to walk off a cliff  Try and blow it up  Drop it in a really big hole or a well  There's alot of solutions where you co…
  • Watching just the trailer made me well up. There are a handful of people that I hope to never hear anything more about. I think at this point it is Fred Rogers, Rod Serling, Sean Bean, Lance Henrikson. and Roy Scheider. They are all like fantasy fat…
  • Chinaski said: what percentage of american's 18-50 do you guys think have never been on FB? well. i'm in that percentage and totally ok with it. You are my hero. I actually remember being in college in Central California. I was at my gra…
  • colbym72 said: Garthgou81 said: I was okay with it not coming up again (though I, also, thought it would be an issue going forward). Sometimes that stuff just floats off into the distance without nearly the ramifications that you thoug…
  • gguenot said: JaimieT said: Good for you. I have Messenger on my phone but not the Facebook app. I'm hoping that delivers me from some data collection... but of course Facebook gets all my computer web browsing since I'm logged in.  …
  • I think Erlich's usefulness had long ago run out. As has TJ Miller, who seems like a grade-A asshole. It may just be that the show functioned better showcasing a struggling group trying to a get a start-up off the ground. 
  • I have yet to check it out, but I am glad to hear people are digging it. I am down. 
  • Chinaski said: i'll be checking out. last season was the weakest imo so hope it bounces back. that formula of 'oh we're in deep shit, how are we going to get out of it?' then they somehow get out of it only to find themselves with a new pro…
  • I was okay with it not coming up again (though I, also, thought it would be an issue going forward). Sometimes that stuff just floats off into the distance without nearly the ramifications that you thought it would. 
  • I really, really enjoyed the ending they came up with. Not necessarily the initial wedding part. That seemed a bit cliche and rushed, but I was fine with it, and it wasn't out of character for either of them. I always like when series finales send m…
  • Alien: Isolation is fantastic. It goes on a bit longer than it should, but the atmosphere is so, so great.