Why do the Xenomorphs always win over the Predators? No, honestly.
Extremely advanced technology
Born hunters, engineered to kill the most deadly prey
Armed with the greatest arsenal possibly imaginable
Possessing of space-flight technology and are able to hide their heat signature and go completely invisible
There's lots of them?
...Acid blood I guess?
They come from above?
No, /tv/, why DO the Xeno's always win? How does ONE NEWLY-HATCHED Xeno kill two ARMED AND PREPARED Predators?
But why not have hundreds, nay, thousands of Xenos against a squadron of Predators? Xeno's greatest weapon is their breeding capabilities, they can spawn thousands so long as they have hosts.
Name of better coming of age film
>pro-tip: you cant
Enjoyed it but it didn't have the pacing of dazed and confused. On the flip side pic related had the pacing just with lesser substance
>they kept pushing this couch gag but it isn't actually that good
Anyone have a bootleg?
How fucking great is this show?
Is the dream dead?
Is she not going to be President but rather Vice President for all eternity?
Or are they turning it around in the last episode?
Anyways Veep thread on the slim chance someone saw the new episode.
Absolutely hated the new episode. It introduced so much stupid, cartooney shit that we're now forced to accept is canon. The President's Senior Strategist is in a Mexican biker gang? LOL HOW RANDOM! It felt like they were trying to make Veep Arrested Development or something.
It ruined the series for me honestly. Everything is a cartoon now. Fuck the series has gone so far downhill since Ianucci left.
What else besides the Biker gang?
Bikergang was somewhat out of know where yes but the rest didn't really feel that strange.
Also finally someone called out how strange it is that Catherine is banging the body-double of her mother.
I thought that the episode was quite good because the used the pov of the camera which was always around the last few episodes.
the whole season has been borderline garbage, they managed to keep the same rhythm but the actual content of the dialogue has been overly vulgar and less clever. doing a perspective shift faux-documentary as the penultimate episode is really all the proof you need that the writers room is rudderless. The next season is going to be brutal.
the actual end result of the documentary in the world of the show will be the qualifier to whether or not the episode was acceptable, if it amounts to nothing and gets shit on mercilessly it will be a legitimate creative decision but if it ends up generating a huge interest and affecting anything in any way it's garbage writing.
Describe this show without using the word 'comfy'.
So, apparently Richard Linklater is going to be judging a NASA-based short film contest called Cinespace.
Only requirement is that it has to contain at least 10% NASA footage and be under 10 minutes. Any genre.
Any other filmmakers doing something for this?
Hey, whatever gets you out there, man.
Myself I really want to take a stab at horror. Looking up into the night sky, for me at least, is terrifying, and I think I can work well with that.
FacialAbuse.com Ramsay edition
No Ghost? SERIOUSLY! I was really hoping to see a brutal and bloody fight between Jon's Ghost and Ramsey's hounds.
Watching Ramsey's dogs getting slaughtered by a direwolf would have been a REAL pleasure to watch.
I hope this is included in the books. It would be too good to pass up.
Eraserhead > Lost Highway = Inland Empire = Mulholland Drive > The Alphabet = The Grandmother = The Amputee = Industrial Symphony No. 1 > Twin Peaks (Original Movie) > Fire Walk With Me > Absurd Encounter With Fear > Fictitious Anacin Commercial > Wild At Heart > Blue Velvet > The Elephant Man > Six Figures Getting Sick = The Cowboy and the Frenchman
Was it just me, or did Thormund and the wildlings desert Jon for a second?
Didn't someone shout "Fuck this, we are going home"? I have seen no discussion about this.
Why aren't you watching amadeus right now? What's your fucking excuse?