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  • 301 & 302: "The Great War and Modern Memory" & "Kiss Tomorrow Goodbye"

    I was leaning toward thinking the sister killed Will, but in the middle timeline the security footage was mentioned very conspicuously a couple of times. So now I think we have to find out that it wasn't her in the footage. Which I guess could mean either the killer is using the sister's severed hand to leave prints, or the prints the police took from the bicycle in 1980 weren't hers.
    Didn't he have a broken neck though? I don't think a 10 year old girl is strong enough for that.
  • Bald Move TV Prep

    I loved it because I do basically the same thing (not weekly though) to decide what new shows to check out.
    Now Jim & Aron do it for me AND I also have new BM content, what's not to like?

    It was funny when at the end they watched the Titans trailer and forgot to switch back the screen, so I couldn't see or hear anything from the trailer. I just focused on their faces and tried to analyze their expressions to try and find out which parts they liked haha.
  • Creepy Midwestern Dolls

    I doubt it's very regional, probably the opposite - I'm from Eastern Europe and my grandma made these during my childhood too. I don't find them creepy at all. I guess wherever there's corn, people made these. Maybe not nowadays, but a couple decades ago for sure.
  • 301 & 302: "The Great War and Modern Memory" & "Kiss Tomorrow Goodbye"

    I definitely got the Amelia vibes too, not only from her acting and the whole pretending to be other people thing, but also Wayne saying things like she was a very good storyteller and had an exceptional eye for detail. However, I think it's too early in the season to be dropping hints like this if she really was involved, I mean it was just too easy to pick up on. I think it's another, less obvious red herring.
  • Black Mirror: Bandersnatch (Spoilers)

    I just watched it and did the rewind thingy at the end a couple of times, but I don't think you can go back far enough to make the difference too big. Like JaimieT I really liked the loop-back things, like Colin having read Bandersnatch, so maybe there's more of that if I make different choices at the beginning? I wanna know if there's a way where the dad doesn't wind up dead, and also if there's a way to find out if PACS was real or just psychosis. I mean there's supposed to be 312 minutes of footage and I feel I've seen maybe a third of it (probably less with the repetitions).
    Tomorrow I'm rewatching with my brother and will let him make all the choices without giving away anything, really curious to see how different it will be.