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Loz Boz

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    Bunnies. Drawing. That's it.

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  1. Also, a whole series mining dragon glass and kitting out everybody in Winterfell with it Because it makes WWs go poof, and shatter away like Sam did all those years ago at Craster’s...
  2. I’m so disappointed. Years of amazing foreboding build up of an awesome villain doing the most villainous villainy ever... only for him to Ponce about a bit and top it off with I really can’t stand Arya.
  3. Just thinking of my poor phone battery is giving me woes. Also that narrator woman is just awful. Isabelle coulda done the whole thing!
  4. I'm also throwing my hat in to say: I thought Martyrs was incredibly disturbing, and I loved it. It really got to me and it felt like a completely new kind of film for me, I couldn't predict anything and it really left an impression. I loved Session 9 as well. I think it created a slowly imposing sense of dread very effectively. Rented it at random from a video shop when I was about 16. Spooked me up nice. I thought a Serbian Film was a bit shit, I kept nodding off from being a bit bored but I watched all the salient points. I felt like it was really trying but it did about as much to shock me as Human Centipede and its sequels. One that I did like and am not sure whether anyone's mentioned (not really read much of the thread yet) was Dead Girl, oh and The Woman (she's in Walking Dead now I see) And despite its hokeyness, and probably not great budget, I thought Frankenstein's Army was totally mint. I remember Grace being a good watch as well. Emotional themes and dark if you've got a baby though. A bit like something I saw on Jam once.
  5. I watched Willow Creek last night and I shart my pants, which is what I was want from a film. although I was trying to paint some fine lines at the time so it was a bit of a stupid idea
  6. Bambedybooooooo!

  7. He won't, he is relied on incredibly heavily in future plots that will doubtlessly be taken from the comics, to provide fuel for what has become a vastly tedious show, and he's one of a handful of characters growing up in the zombie ridden world and they'll have to endlessly wank on about it being such a hard adjustment compared to their own childhoods and bla bla bla. Yawn.
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    Hi everyone, long time no post. I've just finished working on this new resin figure, sculpted, moulded, cast and painted, all by my very own hands. Pretty pleased, and feeling my skills all coming along. Plz enjoy.
  9. Use the different skews in PS. Or just enlarge and crop it. Always worked for me, but I'm cool with being a corner cutting charlatan.
  10. Lol, obnoxious precocious little brat Harrison fell over. Good. Said "Ow! Ow!" Despite losing what appears to be several pints of blood, down his shirt. Argh. So poo. Oh hey, ghost Dad!
  11. I can't watch it with a straight face since Harsin's character vignette from the Labour Day break. Christ, it's just SO shit. I'm halfway through this week's episode, nothing is happening, I not care about anything, or anyone, but there was a scene where Hannah and Dexter are sitting on the couch, and it looks like he's pissed his trousers.
  12. So loudly lecturing that kid in the middle of the motel car park, with a body in the boot, and a pair of blue rubber gloves on, in broad daylight, with Hannah standing there, was careful? Dear god. Also, I watched the first episode again last week. He took blood slides, used a splatter visor, wore full body apron and gloves, shoe covers... The lot. Then I watched the latest ones, where he just walks into places in his green jumper and jeans and gives not a single fuck.
  13. I just re-watched Oz about a month ago, because I wanted to show my boyfriend a good series. Probably wasn't the best idea before watching this, as it made it seem a bit flimsy in comparison. Quite enjoyed it, but not a lot of depth to it. Ok to watch while you eat your tea.
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