Discussion in 'TV + Film' started by wickedbruv, Oct 14, 2018.
Just finished it. Fantastic show and I cried my eyes out.
I liked the monologues.
Just finished episode 5. Even though I kind of saw it coming, I think it will stay with my for some time. Wow.
I’m here for the monologues too. The one about death in ep 4 was wonderful.
Very interested to see where the final 2 episodes will go.
Just finished this and I thoroughly enjoyed it, monologues and all. The only one I found even remotely unnecessary was the sheriffs.
The last episode, how did Mildred suddenly become a great character, and Erin and Sarah Annie and Beverly obviously.
Flanagan really gets his female characters, it turned our pretty good in the end. I would struggle to recommend it, as the monologues could be a killer, but as the action increases they either get better, or less noticeable.
I'd say 3/5 overall.
This was so good. Dragged a bit at the end whilst they teased sunrise... but yeah really good.
I tried it again and it's not even so much the pace... it's the relentless bleakness. The mother with dementia, the son with no prospects, the town with no future... I don't think my mental health can handle it. The pervasive misery.
I just think there wasn’t enough demons/scares/vampires/glowing eyes in the dark. If he balanced that out then he can have all the monologues he wanted.
This is true. I enjoyed the series but it wasn't scary in the slightest. That's why Hill House was so fantastic, it had the perfect balance of horror and emotion.
I think this is pretty brilliant.
So I have a question. When is the show set? It seems to be contemporary but some of the costumes and set design scream 80s? Especially the CRT TVs and I think I spotted an NES in the background?
This is something I asked myself too.
Ryley Flynn’s room is full of 90‘s stuff with the 7even, Scream and X Files posters. I guess those are though from his teenage years.
It could be early 10‘s but I guess people just stay on the island and don‘t evolve that much. I haven‘t really payed attention with their mobiles.
Yeah, I assume the room is how he left it when he left for college which makes his homecoming even more embarrassing for him. My own teenage bedroom is in a similar state, only with late 90s/early 00s Madonna and Britney posters.
He's gonn give us an episode where Henry Thomas explains the family's history, in one long monlogue isn't he?
Here for Kate Siegal as Madeline though
Just finished episode 5 and it is literally one long monologue reiterating the themes of the show over and over. Girls, I'm struggling.
I have also finished episode 5 and this is my favorite from Flanagan series. I can't stop thinking about the conversation about death and end of episode 5. Wow
Do we believe people would have taken the rat poison so easily? I know the miracles happened and I guess the monsignor was sort of convincing but still...
Also, did the sheriff's son take communion and I missed it? I thought they made a point of saying he couldn't take it because he wasn't Christian.
I’m trying to watch this now and anytime Erin and Riley are having conversations is a struggle for me.
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