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Daily Archives: July 11, 2017

Game of Thrones Season Seven: What Will Winter Bring?

The calendar is slowly moving towards July 16th and the beginning of this abridged, penultimate season of the greatest show on earth is right around the corner.  The show has long outpaced the books, which means no one but the show runners have any idea what’s coming next.  Well… the show runners and – thanks to my off-season training as a greenseer – yours truly.  So join me after the break as I connect to Weirwood WiFi and share my predictions for Season Seven of Game of Thrones!  (And yes, if you’re not caught up through season 6, there are tons of spoilers).

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Premiere Date for Stranger Things 2

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Netflix’s Stranger Things is back October 27, 2017. It’s 1984 and the citizens of Hawkins, Indiana are still reeling from the horrors of the Demogorgon and the secrets of Hawkins Lab. Will Byers has been rescued from the Upside Down but a bigger, sinister entity still threatens those who survived.

Netflix has even provided a timeline for the event:

1953 – Date Unknown – MK Ultra comes to Hawkins
1979 – Police Cheif Jim Hopper returns to Hawkins
1983 – November 6 – The Vanishing of Will Byers
1983 – November 8 – The Vanishing of Barbara Holland
2016 – July 15 – Part 1
2017 – October 27 – Part 2

Whatever you do, be on Netflix with whatever device you choose, on October 27th, for Stranger Things 2!

Blu-ray Round-Up: CHIPs, Life, Absolutely Anything

As always, I’ve been playing catch up with a few films that have been sent my way for review. Here are three – two worth watching, and one must avoid:

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CHIPS (Warner Brothers) – This big screen film based on the beloved tv series from the late 70s got zero audience and poor reviews when it was released earlier this year, but guess what: this Dax Sheppard-directed film, that co-stars Sheppard and Michael Pena is a hell of a lot of fun. The two have genuine chemistry together as reluctant highway patrol partners who wind up as friends, as they work to take down corrupt members of the California Highway Patrol, led by the always entertaining Vincent D’Onofrio. The humour is fairly low brow, but there are some genuine laughs, and the cast definitely give it their all. While far from a classic, CHIPS deserved better than it got in theaters, and now is the perfect time to catch up with it. And I don’t think you’re going to hear a better line all year than “Shut up and turn down the fucking Toto.”

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