MovieChat Forums > Xonioc > Replies

Xonioc's Replies


Cool. It's different Yep I didn't like it either. That's not my idea of an anthology series. It's a different story every week. Plus the fact the story in season one was stretched beyond belief. It was ONLY a one episode story. Yeah but he was wrong. This is the thing what they do. They stretch things out. Why do they tease? It's so annoying. I couldn't care how Carl died. We knew he died last year so why didn't they show his actual death then? That's what is meant by these long drawn out storylines. I'd watched it since day 1, but it's just so what to me now. No answer other than that. You must be typical of the people who liked this movie. Easily pleased. He had none. He's not worth it. He's a geek. Yeah, you sure he's 25? He doesn't even shave. My thoughts exactly. A Lot (no pun intended) loose ends. Thanks It's not overrated at all. It was a 3 hour TV mini series, chopped into 3 hourly episodes. And watching just an hour of it, isn't the same as watching the whole lot. Obviously. I watched it from start to finish one night a few weeks ago and it still scared me sh*tless. One Stephen King adaptation I think is overrated is IT. That was awful. I'm talking about the 1990s mini series. Absolute crap. It's not overrated at all. It was a 3 hour TV mini series, chopped into 3 hourly episodes. And watching just an hour of it, isn't the same as watching the whole lot. Obviously. I watched it from start to finish one night a few weeks ago and it still scared me sh*tless. One Stephen King adaptation I think is overrated is IT. That was awful. I'm talking about the 1990s mini series. Absolute crap. It's not overrated at all. It was a 3 hour TV mini series, chopped into 3 hourly episodes. And watching just an hour of it, isn't the same as watching the whole lot. Obviously. I watched it from start to finish one night a few weeks ago and it still scared me sh*tless. One Stephen King adaptation I think is overrated is IT. That was awful. I'm talking about the 1990s mini series. Absolute crap. Maybe... But then again the way he was eating his sandwich and casually saying...'cut what out?' I knew it wasn't him. Oh right, I was going to watch that about an hour ago, but I was kinda put off by the blonde girl on the stairs. I can't see any similarity between The Avengers and The Twilight Zone. Hammer House of Horror and later Hammer House of Mystery and Suspense, Thriller (UK), Journey to the Unknown, Tales of the Unexpected were more like Twilight Zone than The Avengers can ever be.