It's the Daryl and Beth show this week!
Don't get me wrong, I like The Walking Dead. If it rest of this entry makes it seem like I don't, just keep it in your mind that I still really enjoy the show.
That said, I wish they'd embrace the "ensemble" element of the show and not spend whole episodes just focused on 1-2 people. Even if that one person is Daryl, who I like. And I get that they're trying to break the characters free from their molds a little, so Michonne becomes a mom mourning the loss of her kid and Daryl starts crying 'cause his daddy didn't love him enough.
Friday the 13th part 2 is probably my favorite. Jason with the bag was much scarier than Jason with the mask, even though I realize the mask is way more iconic. One of the reasons number 2 always stands out is Kirsten Baker, pictured above. She took a short break from looking for her little dog to go skinny dipping in Crystal Lake. She didn't last long after this little swim, unfortunately. I wouldn't have minded seeing her in a few more sequels.
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Hey-O! Another week, another episode of the fantastic The Walking Dead.
This week we totally neglect poor Daryl, Beth, Maggie, Tyreese, Judith, Lizzie, Carol and the others whose names I cannot recall. Michonne shows a little bit of personality, and it turns out I still don't like her. What happened to the old ass-kicker Michonne who just... well... kicked ass without concern for others? Without a toddler named Andre that may or may not be a secret according to Carl.
Jeannine TaylorAnyone else out there like Fridays? Gotta get down on Fridays. For the first edition of Friday Funday, we're looking at each Friday the 13th movie for those special moments. Not death scenes. Not blood or gore. Good 'ole fashioned nudity.
In Japan, Army of Darkness was called Captain Supermarket, and this is the poster that promoted it. I, for one, wish there really was a Bruce Campbell soup. I'd eat it every day.
Finally! I had my doubts. I halfway suspected that The Walking Dead would go the route of previous seasons and spend whole episodes on each of the survivors, but it surprised me by making this a "hybrid" of sorts, focusing on each member as they try their damndest to reunite. This review will be chock-full of spoilers, so read at your own risk.
Bates Motel comes back Monday, March 3rd, and I know I'm late to the Bates Motel party but I caught up on all the missed fun and excitement on a Netflix binge over a couple days. I really enjoyed the reimaging, setting Norman Bates in a modern setting but keeping some of his weird eccentricities, like taxidermy.