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Thursday January 03, 2019 @ 06:45:54 AM mt

Super cool survey which will help me pass my degree




I would really appreciate anyone who has a spare 2 minutes to fill out my survey which is for my dissertation!

It is about friendship in TV and Film.

(I really hope this doesn't break the rules of the sub, really sorry if it does.)

https://www.surveymonkey.co.uk/r/CCM6D9F - this is the link, it's just a quick survey monkey thing :)

Thanks guys!!

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Thursday January 03, 2019 @ 06:45:45 AM mt

My Biggest Issue with Bird Box... Spoilers




I read through the official discussion post and didn't see any mention of my biggest gripe with Bird Box:

Why would anybody ever build a school for the blind in a remote forest, six miles down the river nearby some large rapids?! I mean c'mon - that is the last place anybody should be building a school, let alone a school for the blind.

Honestly it was an OK movie but I cannot get over this one issue. I was about to fall asleep, but couldn't stop thinking about it, and had to vent post in r/movies.

I cannot be the only person who questioned the location of this school??

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Thursday January 03, 2019 @ 06:45:38 AM mt

What is your favorite movie opening sequence




For me, it's gotta be "The Cabin in the Woods." There are lots of great movie openings, which usually sets the tone for a lot of films. Could be anything, serious, funny, intense, shocking, etc. My second favorite is "Zombieland." The slow-mo carnage to Metallica's heavy war-themed track "For Whom the Bell Tolls," is unforgettable.

So what about yours? What are some of your favorites?

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Thursday January 03, 2019 @ 06:45:24 AM mt

Why do most horror movies have such low scores on IMDB




I feel like apart from some exceptions horror movies in general have really low scores on IMDB. I realize there are plenty of sh#!2$ty horror movies out there, I love quality horror, but if I'm not just being picky with movies, then who are these movies made for? And if there is a market for these movies, why are they so consistently poorly scored?

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