DUDE NON-STOP POP CULTURE REFERENCES LMAO
LOL COME OVER LETS WATCH MY EXPENDABLES BLU-RAY
LOL THE ENDING CUTSCENE FOR THE LAST OF US WAS 2GOOD4U
OMG INSTAGRAM LOL
I FEEL LIKE FRODO AT MORDOR YOU KNOW LOL?
LOL ARE TEENAGERS DUH
I will bet my life savings and all 3 of my testicles that the lead writers for this piece of shit show are women
this, /tv/ is the last place that should be criticizing meme speak
for fucks sake op you literally meme'd out your complaints about the memes instead of listing them like a normal human being. you're just as guilty
Dude I totally enjoyed this series. It wasn't completely lol pop culture and it had a pretty good storyline and made great references to the original trilogy. I also enjoyed the fact that it wasn't "omg, ok lets just hack this using my 1337 haxxorz alien ware laptop I have and get into his proxxyz and find his location" it was
>She uploaded her videos to the cloud and I know her password
>This software had malware installed that let people see their webcam streams without them knowing
I want to have a serious discussion about this series.
Will there be a season 2? Did Audrey kill her girlfriend? Did she know who the killer was the entire time, or did she only let her know when she had her against the wall? Why did she have all those letters from the killer? What was written on those pieces of paper and why did it get sent to her?
they literally had a part where the nerd hacked a computer and it helped the story along.
The series was ok, but it undermined the mocking at pop culture that made the scream movie so popular and instead used it un-ironically. I liked the series but it had flaws
If you actually think objectively about the movies they weren't that great. The killers ended up being very unrealistic and a lot of the deaths didn't make sense. The only parts I found to be cringeworthy in the series were
He is tied to a chair and doesn't bother tipping over to avoid being killed by the machine and the girl trips the wire holding the controls on instead of just continuing to run up to him and save him.
I like how they kept you guessing at who the killer would be (I thought it was pretty obvious by the 4th episode though) and I didn't find the nerdy sidekick to be as annoying as I knew he actually was, but I also enjoyed the first two seasons of
Big Bang Theorybefore it got super repetitive and predictable so maybe my opinion isn't that great.
I also think they did a better job than the movies of making fun of tv tropes, and each episode revealed just enough to make you want to watch the next episode.
It had some very good kill scenes as well
I thought the first two kills were on par with the first kill from Scream 1 which scared the shit out of me as a kid