British actor Bob Hoskins, whose varied career ranged from his Oscar nominated turn in Neil Jordan‘s noir drama Mona Lisa to animated fantasy Who Framed Roger Rabbit has died at age 71. More on the story below.
J.J. Abrams has set his final Star Wars VII cast with a mix of up-and-comers, new faces, veteran thesps, returning favorites, and the Big Three – Harrison Ford, Carrie Fisher, and Mark Hamill. Take a look at the full line-up of Star Wars Jedis and Dark-siders, including Oscar Isaac (Inside Llewyn Davis), Adam Driver (Girls), John Boyega (Attack the Block), Andy Serkis (Rise of the Planet of the Apes), Domhnall Gleeson (Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows, About Time), Oscar-nominated Max von Sydow, and UK actress Daisy Ridley as well as franchise returnees Anthony Daniels, Peter Mayhew, and Kenny Baker. Check the Cast below.
“Breaker of Chains” starts right where “The Lion and The Rose” left off. With Joffrey’s strangled, slightly zombified frozen facial expression looking straight at the camera complete with coagulated bloody-snot running down his cheeks. Poor Tyrion stands holding the goblet looking guilty as can be while Cersei is yelling at the guards to arrest her brother. This is the first time I can remember Cersei loosing her steely cool demeanor in the series. I don’t think she lost her cool this bad when Tyrion shipped out her youngest daughters out to the Kingdom of Dorne. Her reaction was very surprising to me being that Joffrey was a douche even to her, but it seems that the proud incestiuous mother loves her diabolical sadistic son till the bitter end… literally.
Ser Dontos quickly comes to Sansa’s rescue just in time to get her out of dodge and into a small dinghy that was deliberately waiting for their escape out of the Capital just as Cersei and Tywin are ordering a complete lock down of the city as well as a BOLO on Sansa. Ser Dontos and Sansa leave the coast of Kings Landing and find themselves in the middle of a heavy foreshadowing fog, a-la Pirates of the Caribbean. Ser Dontos reaches a decent sized ship anchored in the midst of the fog and encourages Sansa to climb up the ladder.
As soon as Sansa reaches the top of the ship, Little Finger abruptly grabs her, helping her onboard, revealing himself to be behind the Kings assassination. In a sad moment Ser Dontos looking up at Little Finger asks for his end of the bargain, 10,000 gold pieces. Little Finger motions at 2 men who peek over board with crossbows aimed at Ser Dontos, in a sudden plea for his life Ser Dontos dies with 2 bolts, one to the chest another to the face.
Sansa naturally scared and sadden by what just happened, Little Finger manages to comfort Sansa by letting her in on the details. Ser Dontos saved her, because he ordered him to, Ser Dontos gain her trust, because Little Finger cooked up the right story about House Hollard and the heirloom necklace Sansa received. The necklace was a fake, the story was a lie and Ser Dontos was doing everything for a price at the bidding of Little Finger. He quickly asks Sansa as she stands shocked by the murder of Ser Dontos, “What did I tell you about Kings Landing?” in which she reply’s “We’re all liars here.” Great little scene, sad that Sir Dontos wasn’t as genuine as he seemed. I’m still not liking Sansa’s situation, Little Finger is a shifty bastard and I’m sure he’s got something in store for her.
After the death of Joffrey, Margaery and her mother Olenna discuss Margaery’s current status in the Kingdom. Is she the Queen or not? Olenna clarifies that she’s more of a Queen than she was with Renly and less of a Queen if Joffrey would’ve consummated the marriage before dying but given the current circumstances it’s probably not a good idea to press the issue. Margaery figures that she must be cursed, being that her first husband preferred the company of men and the second was happiest torturing animals (and people). Olenna reminds her that even though it was horrible witnessing the death of Joffrey it’s still not as horrible as it would’ve been having to remain married to him. Agreed. I love Oleena in these moments. Her experience and sharp wit makes her one of the most enjoyable and lovable characters in the series.
In a moody dark sept, Cersei, her son, now Joffrey’s successor, Tommen along with Tywin stand looking at Joffrey’s dead body laid upon an altar with fake googly eyes rested onto of his closed eye lids. Tywin starts to drill Tommen about what makes a good King? Tommen goes through the motions… Holiness? Just? Strength? Tommen eventually hits it with “Wisdom”. And Tywin goes into why Wisdom is the one trait that makes a Good King and explains how Joffrey was not a wise or a good king.Tommen doesn’t seem no where near as treacherous as Joffrey but we’ll see what happens to him once he gets put through the Political machine.
Tywin leaves the sept with Tommen crossing paths with Jaime. They leave and Jaime orders the septons to give Cersei a moment alone. As soon as the doors echo shut, Cersei goes into her accusations of Tyrion being behind the murder of Joffrey, Jaime clarifies that he’s not even sure of what is going on. Cersei demands Tyrion’s death Jaime stops to remind her that he’s their bother. Ok I have to admit, it’s hard for me to watch these two characters alone together, I follow up every one of there lines with “Eww”, “Gross” and “These people are fucking nasty.” lol. This scene was particularly hard to watch because Cersei says “Avenge our sons death.” … these people are well aware of there nastiness and embrace it to the umpteenth degree.
Anyways, after an charge of emotions leading Cersei into Jaimie’s arms and their first kiss since Jaime’s return, Cersei sobers up and pushes off of Jaime, he’s not having that. He gets all agro and curses the gods for loving a hatful woman… ugh how about hating the gods cuz you loving your sister. Cersei puts some what of a half hearted fight against Jaime, in which he quickly over powers her and starts to rip off all those regal layers of clothing. They hit the floor, she keeps telling Jaime, “No”, “it’s not right.” and he keeps repeating, “I don’t care.” So… he essentially rapes her, with her sort of kinda not wanting it. So gross.
Now back to my new 2 favorite characters in the show. The Hound and Arya. They’re off to the side of a small bridge watering their horses. A farmer walks by with his daughter in a horse drawn wagon and greets The Hound. The Hound in he’s usual anti-social ways tells the farmer what does he want. The Farmer iterates that this is his land. After a small spat with the farmer, Arya quickly cooks up a lie about The Hound being her father and how he fought and got injured during the war as her mother died in a barn fire. The Farmer wanted to know what house did The Hound fight for, Arya said House Tully. The Farmer quickly offered for them to stay the night and have dinner with them. Both The Hound and Arya give a “nice going” look to each other.
In a funny scene at the dinner table, The Hound and Arya are both frothing at the mouth looking at the Rabbit stew sitting in the pot while the Farmer is giving thanks to the 7 gods, one by one. by the 5th or so god The Hound mutters “is he going to go through all 7 of the fuckers?”. Arya quickly acts surprised and offended and bids the farmer to continue. As soon as it was over, The Hound snatches the pot and slops the stew into his bowl followed by Arya and they both slurp down the entire bowl like famished pigs. It was a welcomed light hearted scene which ends in the Farmer offering The Hound a job at the farm helping out and protecting it from raiders. He accepts.
Arya lays in the barn and is awakened by the scream of the farmers daughter. She runs out and finds the farmer laid out on the ground and the daughter by his side. The Hound is walking away from the scene with a purse of silver. Arya yells at him saying how good the Farmer was to them how the Hound said he wasn’t a thief. Eventually calling him the worst shit, the Hound turns around and tells her that he’s seen worse, he just see things for what they are, come winter both the Farmer and his daughter will be dead, the farmer is weak and incapable to defend himself. He ends his point by telling Arya “How many Starks to they have to behead before you figure that out?”. As much as I would’ve wanted The Hound to show a more human side by not going all raider on the farmer he makes his point brutally clear. And much to her dismay, I think Arya accepts it. It’s a short but awesome scene gives a little bit of levity but stays true to the characters and world which they live in.
Enter Ser Davos to Stannis Baratheon’s chamber. Stannis let’s Davos read a letter that’s lying on the table containing news of Joffrey’s death. Stannis tells Davos that after throwing a leech full of Robert Baratheons bastards son’s blood into the fire, he’s presented with an opportunity he cannot capitalize on since Davos let go Roberts bastard. Davos tells him he’s working on the situation but Stannis makes it clear that it’s too little and that he’s running out of time which means Davos is running out of time.
After leaving Stannis’s chamber Davos visits Stannis’s daughter, she’s a cute kid scolding Davos for being late to their reading session. After settling down she puts him to read and tells him the book is one of her favorite for it’s sword fights and pirates, she goes on to ask Davos if he was a pirate, he tells her he was a smuggler and that theres a big difference. After telling her a quick story he remembers something from his smuggling days that might very well be the solution to his problem with building an army for Stannis. He kisses the girl on the forehead and thanks her for helping him and puts her to write a letter to the Offices of the Iron Bank of Bravoos. I wished they elaborated a little more on this but this is as far as they went. Definitely an intriguing story development. Let’s see if Davos comes through for Stannis or does he have something else in mind.
After a relatively light orgy scene (as far as Game of Thrones orgies go) Tywin walks into the brothel bringing Prince Oberyn’s party to an end. After clearing the room Tywin and Oberyn start talking about Joffrey’s assassination. Oberyn admits to have studied poisons and says that the King was poisoned. Tywin asks Oberyn that he talked to Tyrion in private the day he arrived. Oberyn told Tywin that they spoke about the death of Oberyn’s sister. Oberyn accuses Tywin of giving the order to the Mountain to kill his sister. Tywin swears to have nothing to do with it. Oberyn seems to have believed him in which he says he wants to talk to the Mountain. Tywin capitalizing on the tragedy to gain Dorne as an ally asked Oberyn to serve as a judge on the trial of Joffrey’s assassins and to act as a principled advisor to the (new) king. Apparently content with the offer Oberyn agrees. Interesting but subtle twist. I thought Oberyn was going to be a bigger threat to Tywin but looks like he’s mainly just concerned with the Mountain. Something tells me Oberyn is only leading on.
Podrick visits Tyrion in his jail cell. Trying to smuggle in some outside comforts he manages to get, duck sausage, candles, quill and parchment by the guards. Pod gives Tyrion the bad news of the trial being held in a fortnight. Tyrion asked about Shae and Pod say’s that he’s heard nothing of her. Tyrion admits to that actually being a good thing. After trying to go through a list of possible people that would testify in Tyrion’s behalf all have been bribed against Tyrion or are ineligible to stand witness. He finds out Sansa has disappeared which leads him on to realize that whoever planned the Kings assassination wanted him to take the blame for it. Quickly trying to go through a line of possible people he doesn’t bring up Little Finger as a possibility and seems to think his father might be responsible.
Before leaving Pod admits to being offered a bribe to take the stand against Tyrion and testify that he bought a poison called the strangler. After finding out Pod didn’t accept the bribe, Tyrion demands he leaves Kings Landing because they’ll kill him for not taking the bribe, hesitant at first Pod agrees to leave after a quick but heart felt good bye. Love Podrick, one of those side character you quickly gravitate to for his well-rounded good heart. Hope this isn’t the last we see of him but if he stays around after turning down the offer I’m sure he’ll meet he’s demise sooner rather than later. RUN PODRICK! RUN!
So after moving the story forward we reach one of two action scenes this episode has to offer. We see some busy solitary tribe going about with their daily duties. A son and dad are walking talking about what they’re going to have for dinner when the dad suddenly drops dead after taking an arrow to the back of the head. The son turns around to see John Snows main squeeze Ygritte turning around with bow in hand and knifing another villager. The child’s mom orders the kid to hide which he does but not for long. The creepy bald headed viking guy snatches the kid and asks if he knows how to get to Castle Black. Kid nods yes, the creeper forces the kid to watch his parents get mutilated as he tells him that he’s going to eat his parents and to go to Castle Black and give the crows that message.
It was a sudden spark of violence but helped break up the monotony of slow story plots. The very next scene we see the kid next to John Snow, the over all sentiment among the Nights watch is to go and fight the Wildlings. John admits that it would be safer to stay. After they reluctantly accepted to stay an alarm is heard, rangers are returning from North of the Wall. After the rangers make it inside they explain what has happened. Karl of the Nights Watch lost his shit and lead a banned of mutineers to take Crasters House and his wives. John fears the worst and says out loud that they have to ride north and kill them all. John goes on to explain that he told Mance that there was 1,000 Nights Watchmen at Castle Black alone. Once the Wildlings find the mutineers, how long before they find out the truth. So now that the Nights Watch has to go out and put down the mutineers at Craster’s, I wonder if they would make it back before running into the Wildlings? I swear these episode need to be 2 hours long.
We finally catch up with the Khaleesi. She arrives at the wall of Meereen. A crowd has gathered to see the spectacle. Meereen sends a solitary Champion on horse back to challenge any warrior the Khaleesi has to answer the challenge. After a quick show of disrespect, the Meereen warrior whips out his junk and takes a leak while insulting the Khaleesi and her army. The newly casted Dario Naharis bids to fight for the Queen. She takes him up on the offer. The Meereen Champion gets into full gallop as Daenerys asks Dario if he wants a horse, he declines saying horses are dumber than men. Dario stands alone with the Meereen warrior closing in on him. Dario raises a long dagger, gives it a good luck kiss and flings it striking the horse in the eye, throwing both the warrior and the horse into a forward tumble, the warrior came to a stop at Darios feet, kicking up a cloud of desert dust. And in one fell swoop Dario beheads the Warrior grabbing the unwarranted attention of the Meereen spectators.
Daenerys gives her speech about how she has been to 2 or 3 different slave cities and now those former slaves stand with her out of their own free will. The slaves are moved by her words when she gives the order to ready catapults. The music picks up and the catapults are fired. These barrels go flying beyond the wall and crash on various towers and structures spilling out the collars of all the former slaves that now make up her free standing army. A slave is seen picking up one of these collars and looking at it bewildered, he turns around and see’s his master watching him nervously and that’s how this episode comes to a close.
It was a great way to end the episode but the whole thing felt short and unfulfilling. Mostly all small but crucial developments throughout the story’s characters but nothing severely substantial other than Khaleesi finally getting her say to the slaves of Meereen.
Now, as far as the Khaleesi’s speech… it’s a small issue but an issue I have nonetheless. Daenerys sounds terrible when she’s speaking other languages. She reminds me of Mila Jovovich from the 5th Element. She sounds like she’s speaking a fakey language and it comes across totally unnatural. But it’s a minor detail I can over look especially now that she has a grand army, 3 almost fully matured dragons and is a very real threat to those she opposes. Unlike the second episode which she was overly annoying, acting like a big shot when it was just her Jorah and her handmaiden.
When the barrels of collars were launched over the wall for a split second I thought she had put weapons in them for the slaves to revolt against their masters, now that would’ve been bad ass but sadly we’re not moving that fast. I hope to see how the slaves within the walls react now that they are given a choice.
Here’s my review of “Two Swords”. I’m going to hit on the scenes that best stood out from each episode and try to go in detail in what happens in those scenes and how I feel about them.
Season 4 of Game of Thrones opens with a poetically powerful scene. Tywin Lannister, almost ceremoniously has Eddard Stark’s sword “Ice” melted down and reforged into 2 new swords. The entire scene had the heft of a funeral, it’s a grim reminder of what has happened to the Starks.
Tywin gives one of the two newly forged swords to Jaime Lannister who we finally see back in the familiar Kings Guard armor, sporting a short hair cut and gold casted right hand. After being amazed by the material and craftsmanship of the sword, Tywin informs Jaime that matter of factly, he will be leaving his duty in the Kings Guard to rule over Casterly Rock. Jaime makes it clear that his honor is pretty much irreparable and has no intentions on breaking the vow of serving in the Kings Guard for life. Tywin tries to make it painless and reasonable for Jaime to leave for Casterly Rock but still staunchly refuses to do so. After the tit for tat Jaime clarifies if he should take the new sword in which Tywin says “Take it, a one handed man with no family and no wife needs all the protection he can get.” Ouch!
Enter Prince Oberyn Martell, we first see this new character in Little Fingers brothel trying to select among a line-up of 3 prostitutes to sleep with him and his wife. After choosing, Oberyn sends the rest of the women out of the room telling the “Procurer” aka the Handler to stay, which he insists he’s not among the selection. Oberyn reminds him that anyone that works for Little Finger is among the selection. They have a heavy moment when all of the sudden Oberyn hears the singing of Lannister soldiers in a near by room. This is when Oberyn shows his bad ass side. He finds the room and slowly walks in passing his hand directly over a low standing candle, letting the flame bend around his hand. The soldiers are taken back by his intrusion. Clearly there’s a distain for Dornes and Lannisters. Oberyn excuses himself saying that he doesn’t see many Lannisters where he’s from, one of the soldiers replies saying he doesn’t see many Dornish men in the capital. Oberyn quick to respond, “We don’t like the smell.”. Enter Obreyn’s wife trying to pull him from the room, when the pudgier soldier see’s her says, why waste a woman like that on a Dornish man, just give him a shaved goat and a bottle of olive oil. The soldier immediately starts to laugh. Oberyn makes his way towards the laughing soldier saying “You now why all the world hates a Lannister?” “You think your gold and lions and Golden Lions make you better than everyone.” “may i tell you a secrete, you’re not a golden lion, you’re just a pink little man who’s too slow on the draw.” After a tense pause, the soldier reaches for his sword and Oberyn immediately lands on the soldiers wrist with his dagger, pinning it to table top. He warns the other soldier that his friend is going to bleed quite a bit due to the amount of veins in the wrist and he can either draw his sword or save his friends life by fetching help. Tyrion walks in asking forgiveness when Oberyn yanks out the knife, causing a small but thick eruption of bright blood, definitely one of the more memorable introductions to a character in the series so far.
Tyrion asks for a moment in private to talk with Prince Oberyn, here’s where some juicy tidbits of information are divulged.
Tyrion asked Oberyn why was he there. Oberyn gives the expected answer, that he was invited to the wedding. Tyrion looks at him and says I thought we were speaking truth. The mood changes. Oberyn says that the last time he was in the capital he was there for another wedding. His sister Elia’s wedding to Rhaegar Targaryen, the Last Dragon. It’s at that moment Tyrion swallows as 2 Kings Guards walk pass them. Oberyn paying no mind keeps going about his sister’s wedding. How she bore Rhaegar’s children and how she was so dedicated to raising there kids. Ultimately the noble Rhaegar Targaryen left Elia for another woman which ignited a war and that the war ended right here (Kings Landing), after Tywin took the city. Oberyn’s demeanor continues to darken. Tyrion tries to interject by saying he wasn’t present but before he can finish saying it Oberyn kept on speaking. Saying Elia’s children were butchered. That they were carved up and wrapped in Lannister cloaks. After a brief pause, he asks “and my sister. You know what they did to her?” Tyrion with his head bowed doesn’t reply, Oberyn brings his finger underneath Tyrion’s chin and moves his face up towards him and reinforces that he’s asking him a question. Tyrion moves Oberyn’s hand away saying that he’s heard rumors. Oberyn chuckles and goes on to say that rumor he’s heard is that his sister was raped by Gregor Clegane “The Mountain” and that he split her in half with his great sword. Tyrion softly says, that he wasn’t there he doesn’t know what happened. Oberyn presses Tyrion and explains that if The Mountain killed Elia, then Tyrion’s father gave the order. Oberyn ends the conversation by saying to Tyrion, almost gleefully to tell Tywin that he’s here in the city and that the Lannisters aren’t the only ones that pay their debts. So now we know that Oberyn is the Uncle to Daenerys Targaryen, who he believes to have been killed off. As they say… the plot thickens.
Speaking of Daenerys, in a seemingly serene scene, Daenerys is petting her Dragon who she has purring like a kitten across her lap. The dragon looks spectacular. HBO doesn’t cut corners when it comes to these animals. Out in the distance you can see the other 2 dragons fighting over a lamb, they drop the carcass at Daenerys feet. The dragon she was petting turns it’s attention to the carcass and approaches it along with the other 2 dragons. For whatever reason, Daenerys moves or touches the dragon that moments ago was purring like a kitten when all of the sudden it terrifyingly turns to Daenerys with lightening speed and grows at her. She practically shits herself. After that the dragons fly off and Jorah Mormont approaches the mother of dragons to remind her that they are dragons and that they will never be tamed. A real duh moment on the part of Daenerys. Her rayne would’ve ended a-la Siegfried and Roy.
It’s in this episode that we see the newly casted Daario Naharis which in my opinion was a very big and drastic change. The actor to play Daario in the last season had a boyish, Fabio look to him. This new guy resembles a younger Bronn almost. Either way I’m hearing from people that read the books that the new actor is a better fit for the character. Be that as it may, it’s still very distracting and I had to inform my close circle of friends that watch the show about the change, almost none of them caught it.
Poor Tyrion seems to have gotten all the depressing scenes in this one. Sansa sits out in the garden where Shae is trying to get her to eat and due to her depressed state, Sansa is unable to bring her self to eating any food after hearing about the Red Wedding. Tyrion asks to talk to Sansa alone and encourages her to eat, Sansa goes into the disturbing details as to what they did with the bodies of her Brother and Mother. She eventually excuses herself to the Godswood because it’s the only place people will leave her alone. Sansa’s character has definitely changed through the last 3 seasons, she’s become more serious and mature. You can feel the anger that she’s been holding back in each scene. I fell like she’s going to be a force to reckon with once she come into her own.
Jaime finally has a moment alone (Gross) with Cersei after getting his gold casted prosthetic hand fitted on. Cersei couldn’t be more distant both in demeanor and in action. She barely looks at Jaime and when he gets close, she moves away. Essentially she tells Jaime he took too long, regardless of all the mess he had to go through to get back to Kings Landing, and simply put, every things changed. Leaving Jaime shocked as one of Cersei’s spies interrupts the moment by letting her know that she’s got some dirt on Tyrion… poor guy lol. I’m glad Jaime’s got a rude awakening. I feel his character has a real opportunity for redemption from all the wrong he’s done. And being that a lot of the reason why he’s been such a bad guy is because he’s been banging his sister. So hopefully this is the last nail in the old Jaime Lannister coffin.
So dare we go back beyond the wall, Ygritte sits putting the finishing touches on a crap ton of new arrows. Tormound walks up on her and gives her grief over deliberately not putting John Snow out of his misery. She puts on a tough face when one of the Wildlings whistles at Tormound to alert him that a small band of Thenns are coming. These guys are gross looking. They look like shaved Vikings covered in ceremonial scares that look more like permanent war paint. After catching up with the leader of the Thenns, he suggests to Tormound that he should really try “Crow” before he dies, no sooner that he says that, the camera lowers to reveal a human arm, skewered and placed over a fire pit. Yummy.
On the road to Meereen Jorah halts Daenerys army. Daenerys goes to see why everyone has stopped marching. Theres a mile marker on the road with a dead slave-child pointing towards the direction of Meereen. Daenerys orders the men to burry the slave-child and remove the child’s collar. She vows to see the face of every single slave hung on the mile markers towards Meereen.
Here’s my problem with Daenerys, she has a lot of annoying moments that I don’t care for and then she has amazing moments like this that make up for all those annoying moments. I can’t wait to see what happens when she marches into Meereen “with an army of former slaves” as she puts it.
The episode ends with a bang. The Hound and Arya are on horse back. They come across a tavern or a Inn on the side of the road. There’s 5 of Lannisters men inside. The Hound is wary about engaging the men. Arya notices one of the guys is Polliver, the guy who killed Arya’s friend “Lommy” with her sword needle. You can see a hint revenge in Arya’s face, she then takes off towards the Tavern, the Hound goes chasing. By the time he catches her they’re at the footstep of the entrance and they’re noticed by one of the men. Awkwardly the Hound walks in with Arya. He sits down and Polliver notices them, there’s a scare when Polliver notices Arya but it turns out it’s the Hound he recognizes. Polliver goes over to chat with the Hound, after throwing around what they could do now that the king’s won the war and they can practically do whatever they want the Hound get’s tired of him running his mouth and stops him with “Fuck the King.” And then the Hound follows up with telling Polliver to get him a chicken. Polliver refuses to pay for it. The Hound finishes his Ale and then responds with some of the best lines in show.
“You’re a talker. Listening to Talkers makes me thirsty.”
(Reaches over and picks up Polliver’s cup and drinks it all down)
“And hungry. I think I’ll take two chickens.”
“You don’t seem to understand the situation.”
“I understand that if any more words come pouring out your cunt mouth I’m going to have to eat every chicken in this room.”
And with that, the Hound sends the table flying and gets busy killing these guys. Not without assistance from Arya who sees an opportunity to jump in on the action when one of the 5 men falls to the floor grunting after getting stabbed in the genitals. She walks over to him, takes his sword and slowly drives it into his chest. Slowly out of inexperience not out of malice. Then with the sword she took from her first kill she sneaks up on Polliver fillets both calves, he falls to his knees and that is when Arya grabs needle out of his belt. Polliver now on his back, Arya’s walks up to him repeating the same words, Polliver said to her friend Lommy. And with that, she drives Needle right under his chin straight through and pulls all the way out, letting the blood flow freely and Polliver meets his demise with a few heavy gargles of blood. Very gruesome but very satisfying for Arya’s character. The scene quickly cuts to the Hound eating his well deserved chicken and Arya riding behind him on her own horse. Guess she earned the Hounds trust after their first bar brawl.
Great cap to the first episode. The show is off to a great start and I can’t wait for next sunday.
While circling around the internet doing work… I came upon this incredible jewel…. a fan film done by the awesome guys known as Chris and Larry White…… Check out below “Deathstroke: Arkham Assassin”, The latest addition to our “Stumble Upon” set.
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So it’s that time again, another season of the Walking Dead is coming to a close. Which usually means one of two things. No one dies and we’re left holding our genitalia… or Someone dies and the internet goes coocoo-banana-nuts.
I (@CaptxCrunch), am predicting either Glenn or Maggie (maybe both?) will die. If you’ve been listening to our podcast this isn’t news but my thought process is that since the mid-season return, the show has been building up to Maggie and Glenn’s reunion giving the little face-time both characters have had to over emphasize their longing to be together. Specially after Glenn and Maggie’s emotional (and kinda hokey) reunion in last weeks episode. I feel that the show will pull the proverbial “dick move” and separate them once more but permanently. I could be completely wrong, but that’s my gut feeling. Leave us a comment below and let us know what you’re predictions are and why!
So Paramount and Nickelodeon has finally released the first teaser for The Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles reboot. Hmmm…. I’m going to hold back judgment for a proper trailer. But I will say this, the Ninja Turtles look better than I expected. Other than that the film is directed by Jonathan Liebesman who isn’t terrible but isn’t all that great either so I hope he’s stepped up his directing game since the headache inducing Wrath of the Titans. Check out the trailer below!