Let's revive some discussion, fellas.... Season finale is upcoming, and there promises to be a lot of action! I have back archive On Demand with my cable service, but so far, seen all the Walking and Talking Dead, and no other series grabs my attention the same way, it really turned out to live up to any hype four years ago.
Here's my post at GTAForums, in case Otter or someone on staff figures they MUST edit or delete it. It's driving me nuts at this point, but it's how the bans come about, butting heads with buttheads! hahaha
Anywho, just for the record, Unedited at the moment;
The preview of next weeks episode was discussed on Talking Dead, Chris Hardwick said it's the only portion they could select that didn't give too much away, there's a lot to digest in the finale, so to speak, bad pun or play on words?!? hahaha
RE question from the previous page; I saw some of the black and white rebroadcast, but as I mentioned in the topic about black and white, I've never liked it, or mono audio. I am a major proponent of a lifelike experience, but I think Sense-O-rama tricks and vibrating seating is a bit too much for home or theatrical cinema.
I started in Black and White photography in the late 80s, as color is more complex, and I was taking Commercial Art, but I just have a real problem with anything shot in black and white. When you KNOW it was in color originally, seems even worse! I can see it completely from an artistic standpoint, and even for financial reasons. IIRC, Gilligan's Isle starting in 1964 had to use B & W for the budget,
Edited by BlackListedB, 26 March 2014 - 03:29 PM.