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What are you watching?
Gauda Cheese
Child Of Auron wrote:

Well I have given up. Struggled through episode 3 of Orange Is The New Black and just found myself irritated by all the characters and especially so by Piper. As a lead she is meant to be engaging but all I want to do is throw her into solitary and let her never be seen again. I read the synopsis of later episodes and still nothing made me want to watch more.

Time to think of something different.


Another fun Netflix show is Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt. Its very funny and very sweet, the wife and I are up to season 2
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My podcast: http://GATM.buzzs...
 
sweevo
"12:01 PM", a 1990 half-hour TV adaptation of the original "stuck-in-a-time-loop" story by Richard A Lupoff, first written in 1973. It can be viewed here: https://www.youtu...VooyfaPYD8
 
Angry Angel
Child Of Auron wrote:

Yes Minister had a slow start but the writers and actors had found their characters by the end of the first series and there were more belly laughs with each passing episode.



Keep an eye out for Michael Keating in Yes, Minister, he plays Constable Ross in the episode 'Death List'
 
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littlesue
The Persuaders has now finished its run on True Entertainment, at least for the moment, but I still have my DVDs to watch again and again etc....
Next week it's The Prisoner...Mr McGoohan's proper version.
Now, Hubby found The Persuaders pretty hard going, what will he make of No 6's adventures?
BTW, one of my fave Persuaders is 'A Home of Your Own', in which Danny buys an old country house, except he sees a chocolate box house and Brett sees the actual run down derelict version.
Written by our very own Mr Nation, never mind the plotline...it's so much fun!
I also like the way they kept on putting references to Mr Curtis' film career into the episodes
Some Like it Hot..he actually dresses up, just for a second, as cousin Miss Schwartz. And someone phones his hotel room asking for a Mr Schwartz!!
Houdini...he undoes some handcuffs to get Brett's cigar case, "How did you do that?" asks Brett, "Do what?" replies Danny putting the handcuffs back on!!
The Vikings... a brilliant sword fight, or two, between Mr Curtis and Mr Gary Raymond in the The Ozerove Inheritance.
I also loved how the prop and set department raided the store rooms...the same champagne glasses, no matter where, and in Angie, Angie, supposedly in Cannes, there is a picture on the Snooker Room wall. Even Daughter No. 1 recognised it. The Paul Eddington photo from the Champions Episode Autokill, when it was enlarged and Richard was told that it was his brother, murdered by Craig.
And everyone seems to be having so much fun in the entire series!!!
Cold.....you don't know the meaning of cold.
Cold is when you have ice on the INSIDE of the window!!!


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Gauda Cheese
Star Trek the Animates Series is very weird
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sweevo
"LA Confidential", based on James Ellroy's eponymous novel... and boy, what a movie it is.
 
rojkerr1
Some good stories in the Trek animated series, Slaver Weapon, Spock as a three legged ostrich...Yesteryear, I love sehlats...!
 
President Solvite
Rewatching some of the original Trek Episodes on the Horror channel.

Think its Season 3, they are showing with the enhanced CGI sequences which look nice but don't detract from the original stories.

(Personally I have no problems with the original model work but the new sequences are nicely done)
 
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Gauda Cheese
President Solvite wrote:

Rewatching some of the original Trek Episodes on the Horror channel.

Think its Season 3, they are showing with the enhanced CGI sequences which look nice but don't detract from the original stories.

(Personally I have no problems with the original model work but the new sequences are nicely done)


I always prefer originals, but year agreed they do often look good and tasteful.

Let That Be Your Last Battlefield is probably my pick from season 3
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President Solvite
Yes that is a good story, haven't seen that for a while.

If I have missed it guess I'll have to dust off my DVDs Smile
 
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Gauda Cheese
Iron Fist is on Netflix peoples! Get on it Oops
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President Solvite
Think the horror channel are travelling along a Mobius strip.. After Turnabout Intruder the other week, I saw Where no man has gone before and the Man Trap which are season one whereas the former is season three! Guess I should stop thinking as time as a linear thing Grin

Oh well it doesn't matter, Where no man has gone before is an excellent story and a worthy second pilot of the classic Trek. Classic Trek clichés are established here fisticuffs and the ripping of shirts so gracefully 'homaged' in Galaxy Quest
 
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littlesue
Next Thursday on True Entertainment....Man from Uncle!!!
Open Channel D!!!!!!!
Edited by littlesue on 18 March 2017 22:14:02
Cold.....you don't know the meaning of cold.
Cold is when you have ice on the INSIDE of the window!!!


sues stories http://sjlittle.w...
sues youtube channel http://www.youtub...e54/videos
sues book shelf https://www.media...ne%20Shelf
rebel run video http://www.youtub...prqS-XZtLo
Lara and Sue's Stories http://lectorisal....webs.com/
 
JustBrad
Attack On Titan. Live action 2013

Strangely fascinating.
 
BradPaula
littlesue wrote:

Next Thursday on True Entertainbment....Man from Uncle!!!
Open Channel D!!!!!!!


Channel D open! I'll be right over and we can watch together! I have the entire set of UNCLE dvd's and also the Girl from UNCLE dvd's. Love it still.
Zil: Oneness must resist the Host.
 
littlesue
BradPaula wrote:

littlesue wrote:

Next Thursday on True Entertainbment....Man from Uncle!!!
Open Channel D!!!!!!!


Channel D open! I'll be right over and we can watch together! I have the entire set of UNCLE dvd's and also the Girl from UNCLE dvd's. Love it still.


I've got Series one on DVD, I'm just waiting for Warners to bring out the other lot! I know you can get the entire series but it costs a fortune...well, I'll just have to record it onto my hard drive and then put it on a DVD.
Cold.....you don't know the meaning of cold.
Cold is when you have ice on the INSIDE of the window!!!


sues stories http://sjlittle.w...
sues youtube channel http://www.youtub...e54/videos
sues book shelf https://www.media...ne%20Shelf
rebel run video http://www.youtub...prqS-XZtLo
Lara and Sue's Stories http://lectorisal....webs.com/
 
Klenotka
Designated Survivor is back after a break. And they definitely decided to change the pace!
Don´t be Lasagne
 
Child Of Auron
Angry Angel wrote:

Child Of Auron wrote:

Yes Minister had a slow start but the writers and actors had found their characters by the end of the first series and there were more belly laughs with each passing episode.



Keep an eye out for Michael Keating in Yes, Minister, he plays Constable Ross in the episode 'Death List'


And this was the one I watched tonight Smile
 
RichardMk2
I must look out for that episode of "Yes, Minister".

Meanwhile I've started watching Dr Who: The Ice Warriors as I got the DVD weekend. When it was released on VHS back in the late 1990s I met Deborah Watling at a signing she did in Gloucester. I've also met her at a couple of conventions, likewise Fraser Hines.
 
sweevo
Celebrating my motherland's contribution to modern horror cinema with some true Italian classics (some of which were branded as "video nasties" in the UK during the 1980s and 1990s thanks to politically correct proto-SJWs). Classics and favourites include "Zombie" by Lucio Fulci (released in Italy as "Zombi 2" to connect it to George Romero's "Dawn of the Dead", which was released as "Zombi" in a new edit thanks to Dario Argento's hand in producing the film, who got distribution rights for Europe but not the UK), "Demons" by Lamberto Bava (son of Mario Bava, who arguably made the first modern Italian horror film - "Black Sunday", also known as "The Mask of Satan", starring Barbara Steele), "Cannibal Holocaust" by Ruggero Deodato (although I'm watching an animal cruelty-free version, as live animals were killed for the movie) and a couple of more Lucio Fulci classics - "The Psychic" (also known as "Seven Notes in Black" ) and "A Lizard in a Woman's Skin", notable for featuring gore so convincing it sparked controversy in court!
 
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