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Dear Daily Spill,
The "Walking Dead Kills" story had me curious as to how you feel about the societal stature of "the classics" in today's ever-expanding and diverse world in which we still weigh certain parts of our past almost as sacrosanct and mandatory exposure - regardless if they are personally enjoyable, enlightening, or relevant to any said individual. The premise always strikes me as odd when we are supposedly "free thinking" and artistically independent, and yet held to a certain standard cemented in the past. Just think about what stupid bullshit we might treat just as equally sacred in a hundred years should we continue the mindset that some things simply must be consumed and put upon a pedestal.
P.S. clearly that Doctor is just jealous because he knows he's going to be all "Dale" and die like a pussy, while the rest of us are "Darrel" and kicking some zombie ass.
Also, say someone invents a machine that allows you to bring one person back from the dead but you can only use it once. What family member, friend, famous person would either of you choose?
Hey Korey, any chance you're going to do some spoiled episodes on Agents of Shield because I'll be with you all the way on that shit?
What films have you seen in 48 fps in full, and do you think that 24 fps really is the golden frame rate that we as viewers are mentally attuned to in that we are unable to adapt to a greater frame rate and find it just as pleasing as 24 fps?
All the Spillcasts rule! Thanks for all the laughs!
When will you stop loving Firefly?
Is it harder to take a sci-fi or fantasy story seriously?
Hey Guys,I've seen criticism for high concept stories such as Lost, Y:The Last Man and others for not properly and scientifically explaining their conceits. Do you agree with this criticism and can you think of any stories that do properly explain themselves?Thanks!P.S. I personally think Y:The last man perfectly explains itself.
Hi Korey and Cyrus,The number of anime distributers in the U.S. seems to be constantly shrinking. Companies like Geneon and Bandai have moved out of America, leaving popular titles to be picked up by distributers such as Funimation. Do you guys see this as a negative turn for anime in the U.S., or just an average cycle?
Dear Korey and Cyrus,
Do you find it annoying when people accept movies with "Based on a true story" as a tagline for 100% fact, as opposed to taking what you see with a grain of salt?
How can a horror fan like me get scared again? Is there a movie I might not have heard of, or anything else I could try.
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