Posts Tagged ‘Game of Thrones’
I don’t know if you folks know this or not, but Game of Thrones returns this coming Sunday, it’s a little show you may have heard of. All of us here at COF watch it, we think it’s alright. Ahem. OK We love it! As great as last night’s Walking Dead season finale was, everything else on TV can pop off – GoT is king! This week’s City Strip is influenced by a certain fan favorite character on GoT, can you guess who?
I found it lovely and sweet, so we hope you enjoy it. Check out The City Strip #176 – Game On
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I tried to make a winter pun for the title of this post for a few minutes before realizing GoT deserved better. The reviews are in for Captain America and people love it, saying it’s the best Marvel movie to date too! I don’t know if it can get better than Iron Man 3, but good on them for trying. It seems Marvel has found a way to tell a good story and pull off great action all while having smug characters deliver funny lines; the way super hero movies should be if you ask me. Maybe not Batman so much, he should brood as much as possible.
Hannibal (Friday, NBC) – Kevin and I were texting like little girls last week, gushing about this show. It’s the best looking show on TV is on takeaway from that conversation; another is that not enough people watch it yet and it deserves so much attention. It’s not just the look, it’s the great writing and cast. I wouldn’t change a thing about this show, I trust they know what they are doing every week and that’s rare.
WrestleMania (Sunday, PPV) – You know you’re old when you watched WrestleMania VI, and now they’re up to XXX. Good for them, and tanning studios.
Shameless (Sunday, Showtime) – The other great show on TV is becoming more and more popular each season, and rightfully so. These episodes this season are full of non-stop holy sh*t moments and hilarity. It’s the season finale, enjoy.
Game of Thrones (Sunday, HBO) – Season 4 of the fantasy series begins; the unforgiven brutality has definitely changed how people watch the series (and TV in general) – don’t have favorite characters is one point of advice. Ryan is caught up on the books and says a lot of “crazy things” should happen this season if they use the material. What say you Mother of Dragons?
Eighteen days. That might seem like a lot, but take away meals, sleep and bathroom time it’s like an hour really. It will go by like that! (You can’t see me but I snapped my fingers). Here is the fourth and final trailer for the upcoming fourth season of HBO’s Game of Thrones; I don’t think I need to talk you into watching this trailer or the 25-minute recap we posted, but if you’re not sold on the show at all, contact me. We will talk.
Game of Thrones returns on April 6th at 9pm on HBO.
Watch the final trailer below:
The fourth season of Game of Thrones just a few weeks away, is your significant other sick of you shouting quotes throughout the house yet?
Well good news while you wait, here’s a refresher video to remind of the fantastic season 3. It’s a good watch even if your memory isn’t as limited as some; with all the characters and bloodshed we can all admit it might be useful for everyone to watch this.
Game of Thrones season four premieres on HBO Sunday, April 6th. Watch the recap below:
HBO has released another trailer for the fourth season of Game of Thrones, the show returns just in time as True Detective has wrapped it’s first season and The Walking Dead has 3 more episodes to go its fourth season. Remember not to get too attached to anyone in Game of Thrones, you’ll only get hurt.
Game of Thrones returns on April 6th at 9pm on HBO, watch the trailer below:
HBO has released the first trailer for the fourth season of Game of Thrones. I don’t really have a lot to say other than what the Internet will likely be talking about for the next few days, Jamie Lannister has a new haircut!
Winter is coming, war is here, and there is no justice. It’s time for your favorite characters to die once again. Game of Thrones returns on April 6th.
HBO has just announced the premiere date for Season 4 of Game of Thrones; George R.R. Martin’s epic will return on Sunday, April 6 at 9:00 p.m reports hitfix.
That’s 87 days.
With summer officially ending yesterday I found it fitting that my review this week focused on a Game of Thrones fan fiction – ‘Winter is Coming’ friends. While I generally tend to steer clear of fan fiction, I made an exception in this case.
A Tale of Benjen Stark is set north of the wall as as the title character is out on a ranging mission. In a familiar scene, Benjen stumbles across a Wildling camp massacred. The production value is rather high and the limited dialogue is a benefit. Avoiding a lot of conversation can hide flawed acting and in this instance really allows the viewer to focus on the visuals. The production value of this fan fiction is rather high. Without giving too much away, not a lot of story progresses here. Again, this is another good thing as it doesn’t create any inaccuracies with the plot that has existed or the plot that is yet to come.
Created by Benjamin Von Wong, A Tale of Benjen Stark clocks in at approximately 6 minutes. If you don’t enjoy fan fiction, well then you may want to take a pass on this. If you can like it for what it is, this is worth a look! Check it out after the jump!
Summer is coming.
With that being said, there is still a ton of good movies and television to watch. Who needs the Sun right? Well while I mention the word “good”, it doesn’t exactly mean that what I have been watching is good. Just remember, don’t judge me too harshly.
1. Game of Thrones
I am sure you gathered this was coming from the title, and the banner image, and the fact that some of the most talked about television involves this show. So many videos involving The Rains of Castamere episode have gone viral. With good cause of course. It was hard hitting, it was gut wrenching, it was everything that is great and tragic about television. (more…)
Hey you know that super popular HBO series with the swords, the wars, and the dragons – Game of Thrones? Well series creators David Benioff and D.B. Weiss sat down with KCRW’s “UpClose’ series and talked all things Westeros.
In it they cover how this amazing series came to fruition, why some things differed from book to television show, some quirky comments about author George R. R. Martin and so on. The audio clocks in at approximately an hour and is a must listen for fans of the Game of Thrones TV and book series. Use the audio player below to give it a whirl!