Thursday, April 19, 2012

Okay --

So blogger has changed their format and as the post below suggests, suddenly standard paragraph breaks don't happen. Hmm. I don't like this...


Blogger Muldfeld said...

The designers must not know how to write properly. I hate it when my comments are squashed together, as though I had no notion of where one topic begins and another ends. Writing properly is increasingly a lost art.

By the way, I got to see "Cabin in the Woods" at an early enough showing that there were only a few people in the cinema and it was wonderfully quiet. I don't know what I was expecting, but I wasn't as impressed as I thought I would be. It's like one of those teen slasher films, but better -- but not, like, absolutely amazing. It's not even as good as "The Descent" or "The Ring" or anything. I'm not very familiar with horror films, so please forgive me if those are awful films.

I was just hoping for a more interesting character for Fran Kranz, who I loved on "Dollhouse", which was just an okay show.

1:01 AM  
Blogger Muldfeld said...

I tried to post this a mere hour after I last wrote; it took me another hour to fall asleep:

As I lie awake, having trouble sleeping because of some of the images from "Cabin in the Woods", I realize it was quite thrilling and terrifying, though I'm no horror afficionado like yourself.

It's amazing how a film like this can reduce me to almost squealing, "No!", "Run!", "Don't do that!" (just now I heard a noise, which is probably nothing strange, and I'm a bit scared) Anyway, the film did it's work and is actually quite good. (Are you happy Whedon and Goddard Gods?)

The cast is great and the visual effects are top notch, especially if you're used to the somewhat less than impressive stuff on "Buffy: The Vampire Slayer" TV show.

8:14 AM  

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