Discussion in 'Entertainment Forum' started by SmithBerryCrunch, Apr 19, 2017.
Looks really interesting and very Making a Murderer-esque. Think I'll power through the episodes the weekend it's out.
Anyone watch any of this yet? Trying to decide if I want to start this or Kimmy Schmidt S3 first...
I eat this shit up, we'll probably down the whole thing tomorrow after work
Really excited to check this out, hopefully this weekend.
Can't wait to start to watching this later today.
Just finished watching this. I binged the whole thing today. Mannnnn!
Man, I don't know how many more of these shows
with no real ending or resolution I can take. Certainly a story that needs to be told though.
Only on the first episode but just wanted to say I freaked out after my local dive bar was there right at the beginning (about 5 min in). Crazy, had no idea they filmed anything there.
Okay this is getting weird, her house is two blocks away from mine and the same street my sister just moved to a month ago.
Watched the first episode last night. Started a bit slow, but seems like it will be interesting. Will probably watch another one tonight.
I'm 4 episodes in. Very hard to watch.
Because of the content or because it's a bad documentary?
Definitely the content. I just finished the second episode and while it's an important story, I don't know if I want to continue.
whoever said this was better than Making A Murderer must not have been watching the same documentary.
Currently on episode 5. The story about the mustached nun stalking the lady is one of the most terrifying images. I can't compare this to Making a Murderer, because although that story was gripping, I felt like one of the few people who was still convinced that Avery did it. I definitely feel for Dassey though. Netflix should've released this doc during the Christmas season like Making a Murderer. This storyline is definitely not as tight and there's a lot more speculation, but the students/victims are so likeable.
Yooooooooooooooooooo just finished this and it was insane and depressing and I'm not happy with anything that happened
Netflix's 'The Keepers' Sparks Petition for Archdioscese to Release Files
This was a really interesting watch. I'm not really sure who I think killed Cathy, but I think a lot of the people interviewed in the documentary know more than they revealed. Sucks that a lot of the people have died already.
I just finished the series and am now left in a incredibly angry and depressed state.
This has been overall pretty defeating/sad, but the Nun in the attic part with Billy really creeped me the hell out.
On the third episode of this and it’s entirely gripping. So sad.