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Discussion in 'Maiden Downunder' started by Goreripper, Jun 23, 2008.

  1. Icarus

    Icarus Shamone

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    I like Supernatural heh.
     
  2. Southy

    Southy Proud Brisbane Metaller

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    The storyline is starting to throw me, other than that MOST of the time it is a pretty good show
     
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    dreamwatch Syntax error

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    You'll never be able to shield them from it completely, but don't panic. I used to watch horror movies from about the age of 6 or 7, and gorey fucked up ones from about 11. That was back in the day when you could walk into one of those new video shops (very modern!) and borrow anything you liked, and they didn't care how old you were. Did it turn me into a sadistic killer? No, because I was brought up properly by my parents and I understood it was not real, and not only that but there was such a thing as right and wrong and everything in those movies was wrong. I'm so sick of reading about movies and video games being banned today because some fucking moron might kill someone if they play Grand Theft auto or something. These same people have been dragged up by unfit parents - so is it the lack of parenting or is it the game/video/movie? You're a good dad Southy, and as long as you continue to be your kids will do fine. :)
     
  4. Priest of Evil

    Priest of Evil Adores the Number 666

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    HELL YEAH!
     
  5. KoichCPA

    KoichCPA Banned

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    Supernatural suffers from X-files syndrome. You know the one where a good show gets ruined by a recurrent storyline.
     
  6. Goreripper

    Goreripper Metal as fuck

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    Yeah. Occasionally there's a really good episode, like the one where they were trapped in the sherriff's office, but mainly it's pretty much the same story each week. And the whole "demon" thing is really tiresome. Buffy the Vampire Slayer and Charmed already strangled that to death.
     
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    I like the x files and supernatural episodes where each episode is a different investigation into some spooky shit

    fuck the storyline.

    X-files was the best with Tooms.
     
  8. Stonewall

    Stonewall Lust for Freedom

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    I agree, especially regarding the x-files... loved watching the early seasons when i was in my teens and I was less critical of what I watched.
     
  9. Blitzkrieg

    Blitzkrieg Master Exploder

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    Watched 1408 last night and whilst I enjoyed it, it was pretty disappointing from the sense that the really good trailer gave me. Oh well.
     
  10. Spiff

    Spiff I have the power

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    I thought it was awesome until the last half hour or so when it just started getting a bit silly.
     
  11. Blitzkrieg

    Blitzkrieg Master Exploder

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  12. Winmar

    Winmar Pillock of society

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    Was Nicholas Cage in that?
     
  13. Spiff

    Spiff I have the power

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    John Cusack.
     
  14. Winmar

    Winmar Pillock of society

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    Ah k. Don't think I've seen it then. Was Nicholas Cage in a film with a number in the title?
     
  15. Spiff

    Spiff I have the power

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    Winmar Pillock of society

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    I'm obviously thinking of something that doesn't involve a number. Either that or I watched an entire film thinking that John Cusack was Nicholas Cage.
     
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    Speaking of films with numbers in the title, 'Number 23' with Jim Carey was rad.
     

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