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    hmmmm... i still watch this show even though it's gotten lame. i'm interested to see gottfried in it though.

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    Wow, another solid episode of Homeland.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Dexter View Post
    Wow, another solid episode of Homeland.
    Ok, thanks to a bad bout of food poison I was able to get all caught up on Homeland. It's a good show, i'll give it that, but I was expecting more. It has a lot of faults and they don't go out of their way to sustain any level of suspense. They introduce ideas and just leave them(her mental condition/the nightime looking for mr goodbar/Saul failing the polygraph noticeably) they may be looking to come back to them but to just introduce these points and then abandon them is bad storytelling. The is he/isn't he aspect is tiresome too. It makes it hard to identify/sympathise with anyone and therefore it keeps you from getting emotionally involved. What Carrie has done from the beginning is preposterous and more than borderline criminal as well. I guess I just expected a more traditional suspenseful show. I will keep watching, because it is not horrible...but it certainly could be a lot better.
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    BD Horror News - TV: Character Details and Plot for 'The Munsters' Pilot!

    We're exclusively told by insiders that this will NOT be a remake of the original 1964 series that starred Fred Gwynne, Al Lewis and Yvonne De Carlo as a family of friendly monsters have misadventures never quite realizing why people react to them so strangely.

    The modern take will instead be strange hybrid of the popular comedy "Modern Family" and HBO's "True Blood". While the series will be dark there will be a lot of heart and comedic elements. While I'm a huge fan of Bryan Fuller's "Dead Like Me", his "Pushing Daisies" never grabbed my attention, and frankly neither were any good at character development. The follow, though, gives me some series hope. There are a lot of interesting people moving into 1313 Mockingbird Lane...

    The pilot episode, which is to be directed by Bryan Singer - who also was behind the camera for the "House" pilot, Superman Returns and X-Men - will focus on 10-year-old Eddie Munster who is unaware that he's a werewolf, and that his family is composed of terrifying creatures. The madness begins when a baby bear attacks a scouting trip, only it turns out that this "bear" is actually Eddie transformed into a werewolf. Eddie is unaware of his metamorphosis and it forces the family to move in order to protect the family secret. The coming of age story gets weirder as he fights against his family when he learns of a shocker: they're a family of flesh-eaters!

    A few other random character notes: Lily Munster has an eating disorder and eats suicide victims. Grandpa Munster is a 600-year-old shapeshifter, and Marilyn Munster was adopted when her mother tried to eat her as a baby.
    Oh man this just gets worse and worse...

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    Rest in Peace Alan Sues | Horror Movie, DVD, & Book Reviews, News, Interviews at Dread Central

    Another small screen legend has passed on, leaving behind a legacy filled with laughs and memorable performances. TV legend Alan Sues has died at the age of 85.

    Sues passed away at his Los Angeles home yesterday.

    Known to the mainstream audience mainly for his hilarious stint on "Rowan and Martin's Laugh-In", Alan touched our genre twice: once in 1995 in the television remake of A Bucket of Blood and more famously for his role as Wilfred Harper, Jr., in the ultra creepy episode of "The Twilight Zone" entitled The Masks.

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    I am actually intrigued by it now. Not that I'll watch it anyways.
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    I'm spending the weekend with family and I just watched the Pilot episode of "I Hate My Teenage Daughter" with my Dad and my 14 year old sister.

    Maybe it was because we had all just been in a huge fight about what to have for dinner but it was hilarious.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jerseydevil View Post
    This sounds like a train wreck, and not the good kind that you can't look away from.

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