Posts Tagged ‘Kill’

rick on what we are

At San Diego Comic Con, there were a lot of news bombs dropped in terms of movies, television, and books.  AMC released an amazingly well put together trailer for season 4 of the Walking Dead.  Season 3 and show runner Glenn Mazarra took an amazing step forward in realizing what the Walking Dead had the potential to be, but after differences between book creator, Robert Kirkman and Glenn Mazarra, the show let Mazarra go.

Scott Gimple took the reins, who is credited for some of the show’s strongest episodes such as Sophie’s status after the barn and Rick’s memorable reencounter with the psychologically damaged Morgan.  This has already created potential for making season 4 the strongest season yet.  And as a book reader, I have quite the idea of what this season will be centered on.

This article is NOT meant TV-only fans, it is meant for comic book readers who have finished the prison arc.

If you do not want to be spoiled, LEAVE NOW before I ruin the show for you.  Once again, this article/discussion is only for book readers and those who want to be spoiled.



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I Want to Play a Game

This is hilariously cruel.  But it needs to be this level of sick if you have Jigsaw’s face slapped on there with his catchphrase and expect it to be reputable.  A slug’s journey through this labyrinth of hell will likely kill him/her/it as it encounters the many dead ends this maze has.  By the way, did anyone like the Saw movies?  I liked the first couple, then it started getting a little strange.  But I always found it’s creative ways in testing human limits to be interesting at best, before I cover my eyes to guard myself from what’s currently known as ‘torture porn’.

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I’m not exactly in the demographic this movie is aimed at. as I’m still 19 and kinda far from having a boss that I’d like to kill, but that doesn’t make this movie any less relatable.  Horrible Bosses does a good job in finding likable protagonists and villains to entertain those who don’t have bosses they want to kill.  The story itself isn’t too original or great and not all the jokes soar, but the cast is what really shines here.  It’s very clear that the cast has fun filming most of the movie and it shows in their dialogue.  Whether it be Colin Farrell’s suprisingly comedic chops, Jennifer Aniston’s delightful naughtiness, or Charlie Day screaming, Horrible Bosses is a character driven movie that’s likely worth your while.


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