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Re: older television series revisited

Posted: 07 Oct 2013, 12:01
by Mobiesque
Rado wrote:Re-watching The League of Gentlemen. Have always loved it.
if on the off chance you've not done Psychoville yet. Please do. Second season gets even more out of control than the LOG Christmas episode with the vampire pedo priest that turns kids into vampires by sodomizing them.

Re: older television series revisited

Posted: 11 Oct 2013, 21:53
by Rado
I've seen Psychoville. Loved it as well.
The 'Silent Singer' storyline was incredible.

Re: older television series revisited

Posted: 14 Oct 2013, 20:10
by Roark
Yeah, Psychoville is mental. Crosses all kinds of lines of decency and sanity.

Re: older television series revisited

Posted: 15 Oct 2013, 05:15
by Mobiesque
For something similar i recommend The Heart She Holler, theres 2 seasons of it out now, short 15 minute eps. It's made by the guys that did Wondershowzen, Xavier and The Hands of God.

It's set in a backwater southern US town and it is truly disgusting and surreal. Stars Patton Oswalt.

If you've ever wanted to see someone smoke till they give birth to a giant tumor they call their 'tar baby' - this show is for you!

Re: older television series revisited

Posted: 15 Oct 2013, 22:35
by Roark
Well, yeah... Who wouldn't want to see... that.

Enriching our lives.

Re: older television series revisited

Posted: 01 Nov 2013, 06:53
by Rado
I was going to go with Justified, but I think I might try the show about birthing giant tumours.

Re: older television series revisited

Posted: 02 Nov 2013, 11:49
by Mobiesque
Justified is awesome too. Walton Goggins is reason enough to watch it. Heartshe you can do in an uncomfortable evening though.

Re: older television series revisited

Posted: 07 Nov 2013, 21:06
by Rado
Yeah, loving it. Just started season 3.
Re-watching Alan Partridge as well. Never gets old for me. Have you seen the movie yet, Mobes?

Re: older television series revisited

Posted: 09 Nov 2013, 04:45
by not jimmy
rado, i need to know more about your avatar
pm me pronto

Re: older television series revisited

Posted: 09 Nov 2013, 05:44
by BABY SHAKER
YES! A/S/L OF THAT OWL'S EYE ASAFP!!

Re: older television series revisited

Posted: 09 Nov 2013, 06:05
by not jimmy
waiting for that pm...

Re: older television series revisited

Posted: 09 Nov 2013, 06:27
by Rado
Can I just tell you it's from Barbara Canepa and Anna Merli's comic 'End'? Canepa's got another series called Sky Doll. Stumbled across her on Facebook...

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Re: older television series revisited

Posted: 09 Nov 2013, 10:00
by Mobiesque
Rado wrote:Yeah, loving it. Just started season 3.
Re-watching Alan Partridge as well. Never gets old for me. Have you seen the movie yet, Mobes?
Not yet. We're working out when we can do a mass 10+ people scheduled viewing of it.
Rado wrote:Can I just tell you it's from Barbara Canepa and Anna Merli's comic 'End'? Canepa's got another series called Sky Doll. Stumbled across her on Facebook...
If you hadn't named names I would have sworn it was Mark Ryden. Next time I have money I will get 'a dog named jesus' tattood on my beautiful pasty skin. Wanted to do it for like 8 years now.

As for old more old TV, not so much an individual show, but I've started watching the TV Carnage dvds. Amazingly edited bits and pieces of insanity from mostly 90's tv on VHS. Interlaced footage of The Fonz doing a 'speak up if you've been touched down there' vid, to evangelists, to a collection of US Politicians and Advertisers doing 'raps' cos it was cool, to you fucking name it. Vague thematic ties throughout.

Re: older television series revisited

Posted: 05 Dec 2013, 11:32
by General Tso s Chicken
alpha poppa is up to par with the series .

we just watched it and my kids were in stitches .

it is a bit "movie-ized" but still , allan p .

Re: older television series revisited

Posted: 10 Oct 2014, 17:57
by SHARPPIE
I have a year & a half to wait for the new Twin Peaks episodes...hope I live that long.

Re: older television series revisited

Posted: 30 Oct 2014, 21:19
by Roark
Stop tongueing 9V batteries.

Re: older television series revisited

Posted: 11 Nov 2014, 18:04
by Dress Barn
I developed a big crush on Katherine Helmonds character on SOAP.

Re: older television series revisited

Posted: 30 May 2017, 11:33
by SHARPPIE
SHARPPIE wrote:I have a year & a half to wait for the new Twin Peaks episodes...hope I live that long.
So, I made it....but did it matter? Probably not. "you want answers...well fuck you, here's more questions" is where I see this going.

I'm gonna reserve final judgement till the end but so far gotta say:

-too slick
-too big
-too drawn out
-and Wally Brando....What the fuck