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I honestly thought Lucy Davies was wearing a really crap looking fat-suit but, it turns out, erm, she isn’t wearing one.


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NuSabrina is all watched.

Yes. I liked that. Sabrina's a stone-cold hardnut, which I can get on board with.

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I honestly thought Lucy Davies was wearing a really crap looking fat-suit but, it turns out, erm, she isn’t wearing one.


I've only just now retroactively recognised her from Wonder Woman because I read your post and went to look her up.


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Have some more Sabrina bitches.

https://www.vulture.com/2018/11/chillin ... isode.html

Edit: Re: Lucy Davis. There’s ‘something’ about her makeup or something that makes her look strange on screen, like it’s not her real face, a sort of plasticine look, like she’s just come off the set of the Nutty Professor. Weird. Anyhoo, it was just very distracting.


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I'm finding it a bit up and down but mostly enjoyable.
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The Coen Brothers' 'The Ballad of Buster Scruggs ' is pretty good. I'm not totally sold on an anthology of stories than a full film as some of the stories vary in pacing and length, but I can't fault the acting and visuals.

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Atypical is good.
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Daredevil has been getting better and better each season.

Romping through SE3 at the moment.

Makes me want Punisher SE2 more.


I am 10 episodes into this now and it is indeed MUCH EXCELLENT.

Holy shit there's some flab on it though, I swear I could excise 5-10 minutes of every single episode and nothing of substance would really be lost.

It's not quite as bad as Luke Cage where sometimes LITERALLY NOTHING HAPPENS for quite a while (occasionally for an entire episode), in that everything in DD is in there for a reason, but a more efficient combo of writer/director/editor could achieve in a couple of minutes what they routinely take ten minutes to get done. (Or just leave out completely in some cases, 'cause we've worked it out already, or it's implied elsewhere in the story.)

Still very good though, and it goes on as soon as Mrs Hearthly and Jnr are upstairs.

Great use of positional audio, I've been caught out by sounds from the rear speakers on more than once occasion and jumped a bit.

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So it turns out I was nine episodes in as I watched episodes 10 and and 11 last night.

Episode 10, 'Karen', was brilliant, normally I'm a bit iffy on that sort of episode (like that dreadful one in S02 of Stranger Things), but it worked really well here and carried some genuine emotional heft.

11 was great as well, in fact, the latter half of the season has tightened up quite a lot and looks to be building towards a superb conclusion.

Very, very good telly. Watch S03 of Daredevil, it's great!

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So it turns out I was nine episodes in as I watched episodes 10 and and 11 last night.

Episode 10, 'Karen', was brilliant, normally I'm a bit iffy on that sort of episode (like that dreadful one in S02 of Stranger Things), but it worked really here and carried some genuine emotional heft.

11 was great as well, in fact, the latter half of the season has tightened up quite a lot and looks to be building towards a superb conclusion.

Very, very good telly. Watch S03 of Daredevil, it's great!


Totally agree; I was lukewarm on season 2 after loving the first one but S3 really grabbed me again. I suspect that's largely to do with D'onofrios Fisk featuring massively again, but also Bullseye was a worthy villain.


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So I finished Season 3 of Daredevil last night and it deserves a bit of criticism IMO.

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They had a bit of a charge to the finish line didn't they? At the end of episode 12 it's all still up in the air, and I'm thinking, 'Really, they're going to wrap all this up in one episode?'

Could they only get Vanessa for a couple of episodes or something? Her becoming part of the Fisk Crime Empire was a great dynamic but it scarcely had time to draw a breath before it was over.

Then they wasted 10 minutes of the last episode with a load of schmaltzy epilogue stuff that could have been satisfactorily (and better) done in about 3 minutes.

Considering the lackadaisical pace of many of the early episodes, squishing so much stuff into the last two episodes felt like a bit of a rush job TBH.


It's still a really solid season of telly, I'd go 850/1000, but to my mind it definitely had pacing issues overall.

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Hearthly wrote:
So I finished Season 3 of Daredevil last night and it deserves a bit of criticism IMO.

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They had a bit of a charge to the finish line didn't they? At the end of episode 12 it's all still up in the air, and I'm thinking, 'Really, they're going to wrap all this up in one episode?'

Could they only get Vanessa for a couple of episodes or something? Her becoming part of the Fisk Crime Empire was a great dynamic but it scarcely had time to draw a breath before it was over.

Then they wasted 10 minutes of the last episode with a load of schmaltzy epilogue stuff that could have been satisfactorily (and better) done in about 3 minutes.

Considering the lackadaisical pace of many of the early episodes, squishing so much stuff into the last two episodes felt like a bit of a rush job TBH.


It's still a really solid season of telly, I'd go 850/1000, but to my mind it definitely had pacing issues overall.


very much agree. Last episode was a disappointment to me, felt overly hastily done.


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I've just read that they've cancelled Daredevil.


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I've just read that they've cancelled Daredevil.


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I've just read that they've cancelled Daredevil.

Jessica Jones next then.

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Looks like arguing over rights, costs and all sorts of other office paperwork bollocks. I expect more of this as we get more streaming services coming online.

At which point piracy will start to look like the best option, of course.

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I've just read that they've cancelled Daredevil.

Jessica Jones next then.


Considering how awful Season 2 was, that's no great loss.

THEY'D BETTER STILL DO THE PUNISHER SEASON 2 THOUGH.

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I've just read that they've cancelled Daredevil.

I think it's because all the Marvel stuff is going to Disney's streaming service. >:(

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I've just read that they've cancelled Daredevil.

I think it's because all the Marvel stuff is going to Disney's streaming service. >:(


You misspelled 'Usenet'.

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Yeah, Disney can go and take a running shit with that.


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Ok, I’ve finally managed to watch all of nuSabrina.

Episodes 1-3 are decent;
Episodes 4-6 are boring shit; and,
Episodes 7-10 are good.

Sabrina herself is good, the Aunts are good, sexy school teacher witch is sexy AF, the High Priest is campy fun, the witch sisters are alright (and the leader fit AF) however Roz and Suzy are very irritating and Harvey is the most irritating to watch since he’s an annoying drip.

The good: the production is nice and the visual effects are really good. The story is alright. They finally stop using that stupid fucking distorted fish eye lense episode 7 onwards. Sabrina holds it together for the most part.

The bad: Harvey after episode 3 for starters. The middle episodes really sag. But the biggest complaint I have is that it suffers from Luke Cage syndrome: an hour and above is far far FAR too long for the stories it has to tell in each episode. It outstays it’s welcome every single episode. There’s too much filler and each episode needs drastically edited down to the 40/45 minute mark. It’s too long and it’s too boring in parts. It needs to be much punchier and it isn’t. I certainly wouldn’t bemoan anyone who watched a couple of episodes and then just stopped. I did. I liked it but I wasn’t interested enough to keep going through the entire season.

So nuSabrina season 1 gets a 4/10 from me. Good but should be much better. No, hang on, what about the sexy witch teacher? I’d give her one. Extra point that is! 5/10


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I binged on THE INNOCENT MAN on Netflix the last two nights and now I have finished it.

Bit like Making A Murderer really, shit corrupt cops put innocent people away in jail for decades. In this case some of them get out and some of them haven't yet.

The Innocent Man covers two cases in the same area, not too long apart, with all the same players in terms of police, DA, modus operandi etc.

Would recommend, although ultimately it's quite depressing, of course.

Even the two people who eventually get freed don't do very well, and all you can see on every side is human pain and misery.

Not a date watch then, OBVIOUSLY. Unless you're not in the mood for getting your leg over, in which case it's perfect, as you won't have to pretend to have a headache or anything like that.

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Christmas special of Sabrina says ‘this year’ on the caption. Grim… is going to shit himself!

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Yes, but that was after a "yesteryear" scene, so I read that as "this year" in terms of the year it is set in, not "this year" as in our this year.

Plus it was a bit of a shit episode.


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Thanks, Captain Obvious! That’s exactly what I meant.

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Thanks, Captain Obvious! That’s exactly what I meant.


Then why reference Grim... not knowing what year it is set in, as the "this year" doesn't help at all.

Not too much of a stretch to think you were being an idiot ;)


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Thanks, Captain Obvious! That’s exactly what I meant.


Then why reference Grim... not knowing what year it is set in, as the "this year" doesn't help at all.

Not too much of a stretch to think you were being an idiot ;)

Because it annoyed him that he didn’t know exactly when it was set, and the new episode doubles down on this.

Crikey it’s hard work in here sometimes.

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It's set in the sixties. Everything that suggests it isn't is a continuity error.

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It's set in the sixties. Everything that suggests it isn't is a continuity error.


Pretty amazing tech for the sixties...


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It's set in the sixties. Everything that suggests it isn't is a continuity error.

Pretty amazing tech for the sixties...

Continuity error.

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It's set in the sixties. Everything that suggests it isn't is a continuity error.

Pretty amazing tech for the sixties...

Continuity error.

Is this a bit like Bates Motel is ‘set’ in the 59s but they all have iPhones and it’s jjst somehow that the 1950s are really, really fashionable there so everyone dresses the part and buys their cars and decor to suit?

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No, it's just broken.

If they'd done it well they could have a pass, but it's so clumsy they can do one.

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No, it's just broken.

If they'd done it well they could have a pass, but it's so clumsy they can do one.

That’s a shame. I thought Bates Motel handled a similar thing in quite a stylish way, and the ambiguity helped with it being a prequel to Psycho, so the styling and scene worked for both settings.

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Archer also dealt with it just fine. In Sabrina they just get it wrong, somehow.

It's only a small thing, though. I still love it, and am a bit sad to hear the Christmas special isn't very good.

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Archer also dealt with it just fine.

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I think we first the dirst episode da Sabrina but was distracted so didn’t persevere. Maybe with some time off roreloz Christmas we can sit into it and get down a bit better.

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Sabrina is not very good.
Riverdale is very good.

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The Death Wish remake was added to Netflix today. I'd read some bad things about it, but I thought it was pretty good (considering it was never exactly going to be the deepest of films). Changing his job from an architect to a surgeon makes some sense too to join bits of the plot together. Some of the violence was perhaps a little unnecessarily graphic, but it was never going to be a gentle film I suppose.

Other stuff that got added today that may be of interest - Escape Plan, Silence of the Lambs and a load of Bill Hicks stuff.

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Yes, but that was after a "yesteryear" scene, so I read that as "this year" in terms of the year it is set in, not "this year" as in our this year.

Plus it was a bit of a shit episode.

I've seen it now.

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What didn't you like? I thought the lore was good, it was somewhat creepy, Ambrose was excellent (as always) and the boring boyfriend was hardly in it.

I thought the baby had hardly been around long enough for me to care, but otherwise it was a fun monster of the week Buffy-alike.

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I can't really remember much about it, other than the yule lads. In my poor recollection it felt like multiple stories in one episode, but none of them done very well, but it's all a blur now.

I guess it being entirely forgettable is its damnation.


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