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  1. Rudderless

    Best three films from this list of 15?

    The Wailing is the pick of those for me. Train to Busan is great, too: not hugely scary, but a cracking ride. The Ritual was a pleasant surprise despite being slightly derivative. It Follows is terrific: final act doesn't quite live up to the first two, but it's one of the most distinctive horrors on the list and has a brilliant Disasterpeace soundtrack.
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    Splatoon 2

    If they're announcing it before E3, it's unlikely to be a game. Probably an anime/movie spin-off, or something related to the franchise but outside games.
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    Avengers: Infinity War - April 2018

    It was mine. Sterling work from both Cooper and (particularly) Hemsworth.
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    Nintendo Labo - What's in the box?

    Read the full thing. Some outlets were sent them early, others were not. I've not had one yet either.
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    A movie watchers blog

    I wish I could upvote this five times. I can't remember a film I've disliked more. It's *horrible*.
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    The Walking Dead!

    I didn't mind the finale too much. Felt like we got a bit of closure at least, and the show's become so dour of late that a glimmer of hope was necessary. That scene with Maggie, Darryl and Jesus, though...
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    The Walking Dead!

    At least this week's major development made sense from a character point of view. There was no way Worst bit was definitely
  8. It's *really* good. Unfurls at an unhurried pace, but really cranks up the tension beautifully. Some amazing direction, particularly in Episode 3.
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    The Walking Dead!

    They were, though. The one with Morgan and his mentor is one of the best episodes of the whole run. Admittedly, he has been annoyingly inconsistent of late, though Lennie James remains a very watchable screen presence. And Melissa McBride's always done a good job as Carol.
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    The Walking Dead!

    After a couple of decent episodes, this looked for a while like it was going to maintain the momentum. A decent action scene! And then it all fell apart. Same time next week, then, eh?
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    Nintendo Direct - March 8, 2018

    This. The Zelda comparison does neither series any favours.
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    Nintendo Direct - March 8, 2018

    It'll either just be Octopath Traveller or Final Fantasy: Octopath Traveller.
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    Playdead's INSIDE

    Unless it's the creepy long-haired underwater creature. (It's not, it's the other thing.)
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    The Walking Dead!

    In fairness, they've shown Negan's odd fatherly affection for Carl on a number of occasions, and this episode demonstrated that while Negan is clearly unhinged, he does have a code that isn't just 'kill everyone that gets in my way'. I think he saw Carl as someone who came from a similar place, albeit without the egomania: someone who essentially wanted to do good, but was hardened enough to kill if necessary. As he said in the episode, Carl was supposed to be "the future" - it seems he thought of him as a surrogate son, someone to continue his legacy. The idea that he might be upset at Carl's death hasn't just come out of nowhere.

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