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    I’ve been watching season 2 of The Crown and enjoying it just as much. It’s a classy show.

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    I watched Before I Wake today. I've been waiting for that one for a few years because I like Flanagan. It was pretty good.
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    This is a really good show I’m watching at the moment: La Casa de papel. On episode 4. Highly recommended.

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    Hearts are tough, she said, most times hearts don't break, and I'm sure that's right . . . but what about then? What about who we were then? What about hearts in Atlantis?

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    Oh boy, I kinda stopped updating this thread huh? Sorry. Netflix has added some good stuff in the meantime. This is not everything that's interesting that's been added recently but some of the more recent stuff:

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    Looks wickedly good.
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    Oh I completely forgot about this thread.

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    I'm excited for both The Haunting of Hill House and Sabrina.
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    Caught Malevolence last night. If you’re into character arcs or development, then this is not the movie for you. Is about a group of millennial fraudsters that pretend to be ghost hunters that prey on people that are grieving...until they get in over their heads.

    Not the least bit memorable, but there are a couple scares and spine tingling moments. The main girl is excellent; she straight up carries every single frame of this and I hope she starts popping up elsewhere. She’d fit right in to the King Cinematic Universe

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    I just watched Norsemen.

    I find it really funny. If you like British dry comedy like Monty Python often does then you'll probably like this.

    Also each episode is only about 30 minutes.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Earl of Popkin View Post
    Caught Malevolence last night. If you’re into character arcs or development, then this is not the movie for you. Is about a group of millennial fraudsters that pretend to be ghost hunters that prey on people that are grieving...until they get in over their heads.

    Not the least bit memorable, but there are a couple scares and spine tingling moments. The main girl is excellent; she straight up carries every single frame of this and I hope she starts popping up elsewhere. She’d fit right in to the King Cinematic Universe
    Thanks for the review. I watched the trailer the other night and put it on my to-watch list for Halloween. Disappointed to hear it's not big on character, but hoping for some good scares at least.
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    Hold the Dark:

    Uhh really don’t know what to say about this one. You have Pennywise’s older brother, Arnold/Bernard aka the best Felix Leiter, the perfect backdrop that is the Alaskan wilderness, and clearly a large budget. Yet all you will feel at the end is some combo of disappointment & confusion. I was really excited to see this one and I really shouldn’t have been. You will feel every minute of its two hour running time. Also they do that thing I hate where a complete stranger shows up to a town and within minutes the stranger is somehow telling the authorities what to do and cops that have worked together for 30 years suddenly abandon everything they’ve been taught to follow the new weird guy’s hunch. Oh, and here’s your evil character motivation: “I need to kill these people before they die”

    On the plus side, Skarsgard is really good as usual, the main cop James Badge Dale would be a great young Alan Pangborn and now I wanna see a book of King novellas that take place in Alaska

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    Quote Originally Posted by Earl of Popkin View Post
    Hold the Dark:

    Uhh really don’t know what to say about this one. You have Pennywise’s older brother, Arnold/Bernard aka the best Felix Leiter, the perfect backdrop that is the Alaskan wilderness, and clearly a large budget. Yet all you will feel at the end is some combo of disappointment & confusion. I was really excited to see this one and I really shouldn’t have been. You will feel every minute of its two hour running time. Also they do that thing I hate where a complete stranger shows up to a town and within minutes the stranger is somehow telling the authorities what to do and cops that have worked together for 30 years suddenly abandon everything they’ve been taught to follow the new weird guy’s hunch. Oh, and here’s your evil character motivation: “I need to kill these people before they die”

    On the plus side, Skarsgard is really good as usual, the main cop James Badge Dale would be a great young Alan Pangborn and now I wanna see a book of King novellas that take place in Alaska
    I loved Hold the Dark. I've been anticipating this one for a few years now. Jeremy Saulnier is one of the best young filmmakers working today. Blue Ruin and Green Room are two of my favorite films of the decade.

    Saulnier has come out and said that the film is bound to be polarizing. It's certainly not an easy watch, but it really left me thinking after, which I love. I have to say, I feel like I have a pretty good handle on what was going on. That doesn't make it any easier of a watch, and most people will end up hating it.

    For example, most people I've seen didn't pick up on the fact that
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    Skarsgard and Keough's characters were brother and sister and their child was a product of incest.
    Which, I think is a pretty important part of the film.

    Either way, keep an eye on Saulnier.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Still Servant View Post

    I loved Hold the Dark. I've been anticipating this one for a few years now. Jeremy Saulnier is one of the best young filmmakers working today. Blue Ruin and Green Room are two of my favorite films of the decade.

    Saulnier has come out and said that the film is bound to be polarizing. It's certainly not an easy watch, but it really left me thinking after, which I love. I have to say, I feel like I have a pretty good handle on what was going on. That doesn't make it any easier of a watch, and most people will end up hating it.

    For example, most people I've seen didn't pick up on the fact that
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    Skarsgard and Keough's characters were brother and sister and their child was a product of incest.
    Which, I think is a pretty important part of the film.

    Either way, keep an eye on Saulnier.
    I def didn’t know the spoiler text (not even a clue actually); makes me empathize with her knowing that...but still disappointed overall. Will def keep an eye out for Saulnier though as there were a couple cool moments sprinkled throughout and he really did make you feel like Alaska was one of the main characters. Love when films/shows can do that with their settings

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    Hearts are tough, she said, most times hearts don't break, and I'm sure that's right . . . but what about then? What about who we were then? What about hearts in Atlantis?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Iwritecode View Post
    I watched the first season of this and was intrigued. How many of you think he really did it?
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    I'm excited for season 2. After reading up more about the case and hearing about evidence that was left out of the documentary I'm leaning towards believing that he is guilty. The only thing I can't really wrap my brain around is why after getting released from jail for a crime you didn't commit, and on the verge of getting tons of money, why would you commit such a crime?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Brian861 View Post
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    I watched the first season of this and was intrigued. How many of you think he really did it?
    Tough to see how these two could be innocent at this point...but I’ve read enough King to know there’s always another explanation. To be blunt I think they’re both too dumb to realize the scope of what they did, sorta like Mice & Men type thing??? But F those crooked cops

    What I don’t get about a season 2 is that they’re very public now and the media report on them when relevant. So what could be a suspenseful storyline at this point? Anyone that watched season 1 most likely knows exactly where those two are right now. I can’t think of an angle that would intrigue me enough to tune in...

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    Yeah the cops in that town really messed up the case. If they stayed out of it like they should have then I don't think there would be any question as to guilt or innocence. I wish there were some repercussions for cops that mishandle investigations. Like here or in the cases of false confessions. I'm currently listening to a podcast that Mae recommended to me about the West Memphis Three, and those cops should have to face some sort of punishment for the way they handled that case and how they treated certain people.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Heather19 View Post
    Yeah the cops in that town really messed up the case. If they stayed out of it like they should have then I don't think there would be any question as to guilt or innocence. I wish there were some repercussions for cops that mishandle investigations. Like here or in the cases of false confessions. I'm currently listening to a podcast that Mae recommended to me about the West Memphis Three, and those cops should have to face some sort of punishment for the way they handled that case and how they treated certain people.
    Agreed...willful abuse of power that disguises itself as savior (crooked cops, perv priests, annie wilkes) is about as evil as it gets. I’m not a vengeful person but those types need to suffer. Publicly.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Heather19 View Post
    I'm excited for season 2. After reading up more about the case and hearing about evidence that was left out of the documentary I'm leaning towards believing that he is guilty. The only thing I can't really wrap my brain around is why after getting released from jail for a crime you didn't commit, and on the verge of getting tons of money, why would you commit such a crime?
    Could have been no doubt a crime of opportunity but I'm not sure if I were on the jury that I could find them guilty beyond a reasonable doubt. The doubt coming from how bad the investigation was handled.

    These guys aren't the sharpest tools in the shed as to why they'd commit the murder.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Earl of Popkin View Post
    willful abuse of power that disguises itself as savior (crooked cops, perv priests, annie wilkes) is about as evil as it gets.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Earl of Popkin View Post
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    Yeah the cops in that town really messed up the case. If they stayed out of it like they should have then I don't think there would be any question as to guilt or innocence. I wish there were some repercussions for cops that mishandle investigations. Like here or in the cases of false confessions. I'm currently listening to a podcast that Mae recommended to me about the West Memphis Three, and those cops should have to face some sort of punishment for the way they handled that case and how they treated certain people.
    Agreed...willful abuse of power that disguises itself as savior (crooked cops, perv priests, annie wilkes) is about as evil as it gets. I’m not a vengeful person but those types need to suffer. Publicly.
    There is actually a specific crime for those who abuse their authority. The federal law is called Deprivation of Rights Under Color of Law. (Some states use Under Color Of Authority.)

    TITLE 18, U.S.C., SECTION 242

    Whoever, under color of any law, statute, ordinance, regulation, or custom, willfully subjects any person in any State, Territory, Commonwealth, Possession, or District to the deprivation of any rights, privileges, or immunities secured or protected by the Constitution or laws of the United States, ... shall be fined under this title or imprisoned not more than one year, or both; and if bodily injury results from the acts committed in violation of this section or if such acts include the use, attempted use, or threatened use of a dangerous weapon, explosives, or fire, shall be fined under this title or imprisoned not more than ten years, or both; and if death results from the acts committed in violation of this section or if such acts include kidnaping or an attempt to kidnap, aggravated sexual abuse, or an attempt to commit aggravated sexual abuse, or an attempt to kill, shall be fined under this title, or imprisoned for any term of years or for life, or both, or may be sentenced to death.
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