The Netflix Thread - US NETFLIX INSTRUCTIONS IN 1ST POST

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by Zilnad » Mon Jan 11, 2021 12:45 pm

Well of course I don't like every single anime ever made. It was just a general statement that I do enjoy anime.

I think books are cool but I don't think Mein Kampf is worth reading, for example.

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by Drumstick » Mon Jan 11, 2021 12:50 pm

I liked the Pokemon anime, up until they introduced monsters outside of the original 150.

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by Moggy » Mon Jan 11, 2021 12:52 pm

Zilnad wrote:I think books are cool but I don't think Mein Kampf is worth reading, for example.


I can't be bothered reading it and so I'm waiting for the animated movie.

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by Zilnad » Mon Jan 11, 2021 12:54 pm

Also I should stress that I haven't actually read Mein Kampf.

I did buy a copy many years ago when I thought there might be some historical merit in perusing it but I very quickly realised that was a stupid idea and binned it very quickly.

Probably still on some kind of register though, I'd imagine.

Not even sure I should be owning up to that :lol: Look, I was a teenager and made a poor choice on impulse.

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by Moggy » Mon Jan 11, 2021 12:59 pm

Zilnad has gone:

>It's not worth reading
>Well I haven't read it
>Well I did buy a copy

I'm expecting the next update to just be a rant about lebensraum.

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by Monkey Man » Tue Jan 12, 2021 7:02 pm



Here's the rundown on every 2021 movie Netflix previewed today

Today, Netflix dropped a trailer highlighting its stunning slate of 2021 films, which includes new projects from directors like Adam McKay, Zack Snyder, Amy Poehler, and Alexandre Aja, the final installments of the swoon-worthy Kissing Booth and To All The Boys franchises, and appearances from A-listers like Gal Gadot, The Rock, Leonardo DiCaprio, Jennifer Lawrence, Chris Hemsworth, and...well, you get it.

Netflix has roughly 70 films lined up for 2021, and below we’ve rounded up the essential details on every one featured in today’s preview. That’s not every movie the streamer is releasing this year—they’ve also got flicks from Jane Campion (The Piano), Andrew Dominik (The Assassination of Jesse James by the Coward Robert Ford), and and Patrick Brice (Creep) queued up—but these are some of the most anticipated.

https://news.avclub.com/heres-the-rundo ... 1846042734

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by Moggy » Tue Jan 12, 2021 7:04 pm

I expect the majority will be rubbish, but that's a big commitment from Netflix.

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by Drumstick » Wed Jan 13, 2021 9:58 pm

About to start the new limited series, Night Stalker.

I know the Richard Ramirez case well so I'm looking forward to this. Well, you know, as much as you can look forward to watching a documentary about a Satan-worshipping serial killer.

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by Godzilla » Wed Jan 13, 2021 10:20 pm

The amount of fan girls he got/still has is ridiculous considering his crimes.

I'll probably watch that one as he is an interesting case.

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by Squinty » Thu Jan 14, 2021 8:44 am

Drumstick wrote:About to start the new limited series, Night Stalker.

I know the Richard Ramirez case well so I'm looking forward to this. Well, you know, as much as you can look forward to watching a documentary about a Satan-worshipping serial killer.


I'm hoping to get stuck into this at the weekend. Looking forward to it.

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by Corazon de Leon » Thu Jan 14, 2021 9:13 am

Moggy wrote:Zilnad has gone:

>It's not worth reading
>Well I haven't read it
>Well I did buy a copy

I'm expecting the next update to just be a rant about lebensraum.


:lol:

FWIW I have read it, my undergrad dissertation was on Hitler's ability as a leader(spoiler alert - he was surprisingly poor and tended to leave his ministers to fight it out in a kind of political Hunger Games) and it's a good primary source if you ever want to read the scribbled, half-baked ramblings of a strawberry floating lunatic. As with all primary sources, it's safe to read as long as you know the author's bias before you go in. And I mean you strawberry floating well should know what the bias is in this case. :slol:

I'd never buy a new copy though. Don't need that in my bookshelf. :dread:

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by Buffalo » Thu Jan 14, 2021 1:05 pm

Squinty wrote:
Drumstick wrote:About to start the new limited series, Night Stalker.

I know the Richard Ramirez case well so I'm looking forward to this. Well, you know, as much as you can look forward to watching a documentary about a Satan-worshipping serial killer.


I'm hoping to get stuck into this at the weekend. Looking forward to it.


It’s only 4 episodes, I somewhat inadvertently watched the vast majority of it.
It’s...good, I guess? Grim, like.

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by Squinty » Thu Jan 14, 2021 6:15 pm

Buffalo wrote:
Squinty wrote:
Drumstick wrote:About to start the new limited series, Night Stalker.

I know the Richard Ramirez case well so I'm looking forward to this. Well, you know, as much as you can look forward to watching a documentary about a Satan-worshipping serial killer.


I'm hoping to get stuck into this at the weekend. Looking forward to it.


It’s only 4 episodes, I somewhat inadvertently watched the vast majority of it.
It’s...good, I guess? Grim, like.


I have a weird interest in stuff like this. So I'll probably like it.

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by Preezy » Thu Jan 14, 2021 9:11 pm

Squinty wrote:
Buffalo wrote:
Squinty wrote:
Drumstick wrote:About to start the new limited series, Night Stalker.

I know the Richard Ramirez case well so I'm looking forward to this. Well, you know, as much as you can look forward to watching a documentary about a Satan-worshipping serial killer.


I'm hoping to get stuck into this at the weekend. Looking forward to it.


It’s only 4 episodes, I somewhat inadvertently watched the vast majority of it.
It’s...good, I guess? Grim, like.


I have a weird interest in stuff like this. So I'll probably like it.

Just finished it. That was the most extreme serial killer documentary I've ever seen, absolutely incredible in the grimmest and most fascinating way possible. Can't believe I've never even heard of Richard Ramirez, he makes other serial killers look tame by comparison :dread: . His attacks were so random, no pattern to them and so unbelievably brutal and callous, such a terrifying human being if you could even make the stretch to call him that.

Also big props to the LAPD and SFPD detectives that hunted him down - the police take a lot of (deserved) flak but those homicide detectives seemed like committed and professional dudes who had to wade through gooseberry fool to get their guy. People should be thankful there are dedicated people out there trying their hardest to stop psychos from wreaking havoc.

10/10, incredible programme would subscribe to its newsletter.

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