Megrimmtroll wrote:Gwylan wrote:Megrimmtroll wrote:Does anyone remember "American Gothic"? It was around in the mid nineties, it was a thriller series. Used to like watching it. http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0111880/
Oh, definitely! I loved it in high school, and I got the DVD-box for Christmas two years ago or so. It took until last autumn until I dared to rewatch it again though - seeing things you remember as "awesome" from high school can be a bit of a disappointment, but it was still amazing!
Best show ever is Dark Shadows though. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cx9n7SQ_g4U
Except for that Doctor Who, Being Human, How I Met Your Mother and The Big Bang Theory are the best shows that are running nowadays. I was a big Supernatural fan, but the current season is not even bad, it is just pointless.
I know what you mean about appreciating things from a younger age and sometimes they are not as good as you remembered. I would'nt mind seeing it again though maybe get one or two editions of it, but I might be disappointed.
Not familiar with "the Big Bang Theory" as we do not have a telly
couldnt watch Dr Who with David Tennant as he was too creepy - I prefer Tom Baker from when I was a boy as I am an old git
Oh, I think you'd still enjoy it! Or at least I did. The characters and the scenery are amazing! Scary and dramatic and very surreal!
David Tennant creepy? Cool! Why? I find him astounding! And he's pretty - even my 53 year old mother has a crush on him.I'm trying to convince her that the series of Doctor Who where the Doctor is played by someone else are worth watching as well, but she refuses to see any episodes where he isn't present. I haven't seen the episodes with Tom Baker yet - I've only seen the new series, and the really old ones with William Hartnell. Love both series though , but in very different ways. I like the darkness in the new ones, and the easy going feeling of the old.