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The women's feminist group has 'intersectional' in the name which has only become popular recently.

Sabrina talks about fast-moving zombies as being a recent phenomenon.

They talk about Cronenbourg's The Fly, which is an 80s film and body dysmorphia, which is something trans people experience, not really known about in the 60s.

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I've only seen two episodes, so I don't know if I can click them.

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I've only seen two episodes, so I don't Knox if I can click them.

One is a minor plot point, but the rest are just observations.

Actually I think they're all from the first two episodes. Also also also:

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Ambrose has a laptop with a union flag sticker on it


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In Haunted Hill House, one of the children's roomshas an IKEA rug in it which probably wasn't available in the mid 1980s

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I've only seen two episodes, so I don't Knox if I can click them.

One is a minor plot point, but the rest are just observations.

Actually I think they're all from the first two episodes. Also also also:

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Ambrose has a laptop with a union flag sticker on it


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So what's with the cars and the music?

Is it doing an Archer?

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In Haunted Hill House, one of the children's roomshas an IKEA rug in it which probably wasn't available in the mid 1980s

That's possibly a continuity error rather than being a deliberate attempt to obfuscate. ;)

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The new Sabrina certainly isn't set in the 60s.

Um... It isn't? Are you sure? They all drive 60s cars and there's no technology.


They have iPhones and laptops, and in the first episode there was a screen that said “October 28th of this year”. It’s deliberately ambiguous.


Although it was also the wrong day of the week to be 2018, for some reason.

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Grim... wrote:
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I've only seen two episodes, so I don't Knox if I can click them.

One is a minor plot point, but the rest are just observations.

Actually I think they're all from the first two episodes. Also also also:

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Ambrose has a laptop with a union flag sticker on it


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So what's with the cars and the music?

Is it doing an Archer?

Possibly! Like Sal said, deliberately ambiguous.

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The new Sabrina certainly isn't set in the 60s.

Um... It isn't? Are you sure? They all drive 60s cars and there's no technology.


They have iPhones and laptops, and in the first episode there was a screen that said “October 28th of this year”. It’s deliberately ambiguous.


Although it was also the wrong day of the week to be 2018, for some reason.

That's because it's not 2018 either, obviously.

Hence "deliberately ambiguous".

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They are both from Archie Comics. A crossover is pretty much inevitable at some point.

Yeah, this. They’re canonically in the same universe, back to the ‘60s first stories.

Except Sabrina is set in the 60s, and Riverdale is set in the nows.

The new Sabrina certainly isn't set in the 60s.

Um... It isn't? Are you sure? They all drive 60s cars and there's no technology.


They've set it in present day Stoke?

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Ooh S2 of castlevania has arrived on Netflix. The first was great.


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Really interesting Twitter thread about the remarkable episode 6 of Haunting Of Hill House, which has 53 minutes of footage made in just five shots (and edited to look like a single take.) Warning: spoilers in thread.

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I wonder if "in one shot" is going to become the new "musical" episode.

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I wonder if "in one shot" is going to become the new "musical" episode.

I wouldn't be mad, I love a good oner. tHoHH's one is spectacular, I think it's the longest, most effective one I've seen.


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Mr Robot’s continuous take episode (last year I think, or was it early this year?) was extremely well done and did a great job of varying the shots.

I could have sworn that The Haunting’s episode had a clear cut midway through the episode where they flashed back. I ain’t watching it again to find out though.


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Oh, I forgot about Mr Robot. Yes, that was excellent (the cinematography on that show is of a very high standard.)


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Mr Robot’s continuous take episode (last year I think, or was it early this year?) was extremely well done and did a great job of varying the shots.
Turns out this was made out 31 shots. It looks great, and they did a great job of hiding the cuts, but it's clearly not on the same level of achievement as tHoHH's five-shots-for-53-minutes, which is monstrously ambituous.

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I could have sworn that The Haunting’s episode had a clear cut midway through the episode where they flashed back. I ain’t watching it again to find out though.
No, I think you're right, I think there's at least one clear cut, presumably where they couldn't physically make the shot work even appearing to be continuous so just went with the cut. I don't mind that. I also don't mind how tHoHH used a lot of slow pans and swoops and rotations that made it feel very stagey, very much like a play but where the camera is an extra participant. I guess some people might have found that off-putting, but it really worked for me.


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Ooh ooh ooh: https://www.hollywoodreporter.com/live- ... ix-1124247

Iko Uwais (from The Raid 1/2 and The Night Comes For Us) has got a martial arts Netflix TV show coming next year. He's the lead, a producer, and will choreograph the fights and stunts.


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Doctor Glyndwr wrote:
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Mr Robot’s continuous take episode (last year I think, or was it early this year?) was extremely well done and did a great job of varying the shots.
Turns out this was made out 31 shots. It looks great, and they did a great job of hiding the cuts, but it's clearly not on the same level of achievement as tHoHH's five-shots-for-53-minutes, which is monstrously ambituous.


I won’t agree with “clearly not on the same level of achievement”. Both are technical marvels. Personally I preferred Mr Robot for the spectacle that was on display and could complain than The Haunting had a very long sections where the camera just spun around in the middle of a big room while the actors were arguing, but that’d be churlish. Both captured the continuous shot perfectly.


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Mr Robot’s continuous take episode (last year I think, or was it early this year?) was extremely well done and did a great job of varying the shots.
Turns out this was made out 31 shots. It looks great, and they did a great job of hiding the cuts, but it's clearly not on the same level of achievement as tHoHH's five-shots-for-53-minutes, which is monstrously ambituous.

This film pours scorn on your opinion of "ambitious": https://www.imdb.com/title/tt4226388/

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Just reminding myself about the Mr Robot episode. I think it had this baffling shot in a cramped elevator where the camera just span around Elliott for ages and Mr Robot pops up to chat with him. I couldn’t figure out how they got the camera spinning around and the actors in there and had no reflections from the camera operator against the reflective surfaces of the elevator walls. It must have been some CGI stuff but it was such a simple shot executed brilliantly.

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Mr Robot’s continuous take episode (last year I think, or was it early this year?) was extremely well done and did a great job of varying the shots.
Turns out this was made out 31 shots. It looks great, and they did a great job of hiding the cuts, but it's clearly not on the same level of achievement as tHoHH's five-shots-for-53-minutes, which is monstrously ambituous.

This film pours scorn on your opinion of "ambitious": https://www.imdb.com/title/tt4226388/


Heh, I watched that a few week ago and was literally just about to post it as an example. It's a good film as well.

ETA: apparently it was filmed three times and big chunks of the dialogue were improvised, the released version was the final attempt.


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Also, fucking hell, how gutted would you be if you ruined it all by accident:

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In the scene right after the bank robbery Laia Costa actually forgot where to drive and takes the wrong turn. Everyone's outburst of panic in the car is completely genuine as they were risking filming crew members and thus ruining the whole take. Even the director Sebastian Schipper, who was lying in the trunk of the car, started screaming directions in sheer panic. His screaming was later removed during audio editing. The car actually ended up driving past crew members but none of them can be seen thanks to the cameraman who reacted quickly by filming from a much lower angle so as not to have any windows in the frame.


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Sorry, last post here, I'm just remembering all this stuff after Googling it at the time:

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The film was shot in one single long take by Sturla Brandth Grøvlen from about 4:30 AM to 7:00 AM on 27 April 2014 in the Kreuzberg and Mitte neighborhoods.The script consisted of twelve pages, with most of the dialogue being improvised.

To get financers on board, director Sebastian Schipper promised to deliver a version using jump cuts as a "plan B" if he couldn't achieve the final product in a true single take. The jump-cut version was filmed first, over ten days, as a series of ten-minute takes, so that Schipper would have a completed film in the bag even if the one-take version failed. Schipper has characterized the jump cut version as "not good". The budget permitted only three attempts at the one-take version. According to Schipper, the first attempt was dull because the actors were too cautious, being afraid to make mistakes; the second attempt was the opposite, as the actors went "crazy". Schipper says he became "angry" and "terrified" after seeing the second take and realizing he had only one chance left; in a subsequent meeting, he gave the cast a "hairdryer speech ... [it] was not a meeting that ended in hugs and 'good talk.' It was crazy. But the tension was built on knowing we wanted the same thing". Schipper believes the final attempt was successful because there was an element of "aggression" missing from the other versions.


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Yeah, I really enjoyed it as well.

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Just finished series 8 of Archer (the 'noir' style one) and it was a bit disappointing. Still pretty good, but just not 'Archer good'.

Series 9 isn't on Aus Netflix, so I'll have to either mess around with a VPN or just torrent it I suppose.


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It also isn't very good (and I liked the noir one).

Stoked for the next one, obviously.

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Stoked for the next one, obviously.


Is it something particularly interesting sounding? Or you're just stoked because new Archer?


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Stoked for the next one, obviously.


Is it something particularly interesting sounding? Or you're just stoked because new Archer?

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It's in the Aliens universe. Sterling wakes up from a military status pod, and Mallory is MU/TH/UR :D

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Stoked for the next one, obviously.


Is it something particularly interesting sounding? Or you're just stoked because new Archer?

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It's in the Aliens universe. Sterling wakes up from a military status pod, and Mallory is MU/TH/UR :D


Holy shit!


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That sounds pretty cool. While I'm not sure how much mileage was left in it, I do find I'm missing the idea of them being

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Two members of Battlestar Galactica alumni in Sabrina so far!

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IMDb says 7 in total. I'll keep my eyes open.

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Two members of Battlestar Galactica alumni in Sabrina so far!


And Jeff from Coupling.

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And two from Green Wing.

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And two from Green Wing.

Just 1, I was picturing Lucy Davis in Green Wing scenes, then realised it’s The Office I know her from


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Two members of Battlestar Galactica alumni in Sabrina so far!


And Jeff from Coupling.

I hope he's playing the character Jeff. That'd make me want to watch it.


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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.

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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 think S3 is the best DD has been, but thought S2 was poor. Few more episodes to go.


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Ahhh right is it good again? Like Mr Fop I was not impressed by S02 to the extent it's put me off S03 - but I'll give it a go if it's got back to the quality of S01.

(S02 of The Punisher I am major hyped for, I really do hope they keep the quality up, S01 was absolutely boss as fuck.)

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Yeah, I suppose I enjoyed DD Se2 more for the fact that Punisher was in it.

Get season 3 watched.

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Lonewolves wrote:
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I've only seen two episodes, so I don't Knox if I can click them.

One is a minor plot point, but the rest are just observations.

Actually I think they're all from the first two episodes. Also also also:

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Ambrose has a laptop with a union flag sticker on it


:DD


The film discussion is at the start of ep4. I’m watching it right now.


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Dr Zoidberg wrote:
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Grim... wrote:
I've only seen two episodes, so I don't Knox if I can click them.

One is a minor plot point, but the rest are just observations.

Actually I think they're all from the first two episodes. Also also also:

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Ambrose has a laptop with a union flag sticker on it


:DD


The film discussion is at the start of ep4. I’m watching it right now.

The film discussion is the first thing that happens in the entire series. 8)

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Lonewolves wrote:
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I've only seen two episodes, so I don't Knox if I can click them.

One is a minor plot point, but the rest are just observations.

Actually I think they're all from the first two episodes. Also also also:

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Ambrose has a laptop with a union flag sticker on it


:DD


The film discussion is at the start of ep4. I’m watching it right now.

The film discussion is the first thing that happens in the entire series. 8)


This was the one you’d spoilered.


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I'm actually finding it a bit annoying. It's not ambiguous, it's just wrong.

I'm still enjoying it, though.

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I’m two episodes in and I love new Sabrina. Well, apart from this silly fucking camera thing they do far too much where they kinda do a fish eye lense and blur the edges of the screen for no fucking good reason.


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I'm finding it a bit up and down but mostly enjoyable.

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I’m two episodes in and I love new Sabrina. Well, apart from this silly fucking camera thing they do far too much where they kinda do a fish eye lense and blur the edges of the screen for no fucking good reason.

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