I seriously need to keep up with AMC’s “The Walking Dead“. I haven’t seen any of this season yet – so I can’t even tell what the potential spoiler here is (I also don’t remember Season 1 all that well, which could be a factor).
Next Sunday, December 2nd AMC airs episode 03.08 “Made To Suffer.”, the midseason finale that this teaser is pimping. In the episode, Andrea steps up when the people of Woodbury are thrown into uncharted territory; a new threat arises at the prison.
“In the highly anticipated new season, Rick (Andrew Lincoln) and his fellow survivors continue to seek refuge in a desolate and post-apocalyptic world and soon discover that there are greater forces to fear than just the walking dead. The struggle to survive has never been so perilous. Season 3 also introduces new characters, including the Governor (David Morrissey) and fan-favorite Michonne (Danai Gurira), along with her zombie pets.”
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For real. You all know I’m dying to see Ridley Scott’s Prometheus but this 30 second teaser kind of crosses the line. Those of you complaining about having seen too much of the film will REALLY be complaining after seeing this teaser. I’m not necessarily saying it spoils the whole movie – but it certainly gives a lot more away that anything else has. I kind of regret watching it. It’s gonna be on a lot of sites today, and I’m just giving you a heads up that it’s only for the most hardened of fans who want to know a lot going in.
“With ‘Prometheus,’ Scott creates a groundbreaking mythology, in which a team of explorers discover a clue to the origins of mankind on Earth, leading them on a thrilling journey to the darkest corners of the universe. There, they must fight a terrifying battle to save the future of the human race.”
In theaters June 8, Noomi Rapace, Michael Fassbender, Charlize Theron, Idris Elba, Sean Harris, Guy Pearce, Kate Dickie, Rafe Spall, Logan Marshall-Green, Benedict Wong, Emun Elliott, Ben Foster, Patrick Wilson all star.
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Spoilers are tricky territory. Different people require different amounts of information, and different people think that websites are either doing (or not doing) their job depending on the amount of information they dole out.
For example, a few hours ago I posted this article in which I discussed the ending of Season Six of “Dexter” while talking about the start date of its upcoming Seventh Season. One or two of the readers called me out for spoilers. The thing is, I haven’t even seen Season Six – I just kind of assumed that four or so months later the ending of the season of a very popular show would somehow be ingrained in our pop culture vernacular.
Not that I think people who don’t want surf spoiled are wrong – they’re not. Everyone should have a chance to enjoy their favorite shows in the way they see fit. At the same time, this study argues that spoilers don’t affect the way we enjoy our entertainment. But since we participate in a culture that discusses this stuff 24/7 – there have to be rules.
And those rules are what the below video spells out. Of course some of them are completely ridiculous – but I actually agree with a few of the base points made here. And we even have Julie Benz from “Dexter” in it to help spell things out. Thanks to Jonathan Barkan for forwarding this along. READ MORE
I hate spoilers, I hate them more than you can even imagine. While owning a monster horror website has it’s perks, the biggest flaw is that pretty much no matter what I do, or hard hard I try, I will eventually have something ruined for me.
Just when I was getting back into AMC’s “The Walking Dead” (the previous 3 episodes were pretty good), websites across the globe ruined season 2′s finale. While I’m not against sharing spoilers, it disturbs me that some sites would post such a spoiler in the subject header, or tweet about it 500 times in an attempt to get more hits. Well, I had the finale of season 2 ruined for me, and I’m sure many of you were hit with the same bomb.
I didn’t run a story on it the first time, because it pissed me off to no end. This time around I attempted to ignore it, only to wake up to a flurry of readers pointing me to the spoiler and asking why I’m not reporting it. We report nearly everything, so I guess I can’t ignore it any longer (as much as I want to). But be warned, the following will ruin the big finale AMC had planned for their comic adaptation…
By clicking here you’ll see a screengrab from AMC’s website displaying their forthcoming zombie head box set of “The Walking Dead” season 2. Within the description of the $99 set they ruin the fate of one of the series regulars. While those of you who read the comic should have known it was on the horizon, an element of surprise would have been nice. Eh? READ MORE