Post by Chalice_Of_Evil on Jan 19, 2018 22:36:16 GMT
And what did you think of it?
The last thing I watched a season of on Blu-ray was Game of Thrones Season 7.
As sad as I was that I finished the season in no time - and just when things were getting really interesting/epic - I think the season was one of the 'better' ones, imho. It’s going to be really hard waiting for the next season (especially for me, as I will have to wait for the last season to be released on DVD/Blu-ray before I get to see it), but it'll be even harder to remain unspoiled for all that time. I haven’t rewatched the seasons since the first time I watched them (I’ve only rewatched the odd episode to listen to my favourites commentaries a second time), but may do a rewatch leading up to the final season.
Post by ghostintheshell on Jan 22, 2018 17:07:59 GMT
Westworld is unpredictable and every episode threw me for a loop, although it took me a few episodes before I could get used to the slow pacing but I enjoyed the twisted sci-fi concepts that kept me hooked til the end. I like to think there's a deeper meaning behind S01's ending, like the entire season being a flashback of a company messing around with things that ought not to be meddled.
Life in Mordor can get rather drab, it's brown and gray but red when you stab.
Post by Chalice_Of_Evil on Jan 24, 2018 22:08:35 GMT
I just finished watching the one (and, sadly, the only) season of the TV series Pan Am on DVD.
Apparently this show originally came out in 2011. We never got it on TV where I am, so I figured I’d never get the chance to see it. To my surprise, though, it just got released on DVD here...and so I bought it (not really knowing much about it other than Margot Robbie was in it before she became a big Hollywood star).
I thought it was a good, fun, mostly lighthearted show. I liked the majority of the main characters (some of the recurring/guest star characters were less likeable), and the show kind of ‘felt’ like another one I watched on TV last year called The Astronaut Wives Club (obviously they were two entirely different shows, and I can’t really explain it, but they had this similar ‘feeling’ to them).
Though the best thing about/main reason for watching the show was, of course, Margot Robbie.
"There is still hope." - Arwen, LotR "No man controls my destiny. Especially not one who attacks downwind and stinks of garlic." - Azim, ROBIN HOOD "Do you stop believing in the moon just because the sun comes out?" - Jack Frost, RISE OF THE GUARDIANS "I am no man." - Eowyn, LotR "I am Diana of Themyscira, daughter of Hippolyta, & your wrath upon this world is over." - Diana, WONDER WOMAN