As a big fan of avatar the last airbender, I just spent the last weekend marathoning (not sure that’s a word) through all twelve episodes of the legend of Korra. Although it was visually and artistically impressive, the new series seemed to be lacking in regards to interesting story and character development. With further research I found out that the writing team on the last airbender: Aaron and Elizabeth Ehasz have not returned for Korra. While I can see the impact they clearly had on the production, I wanted to find out what your thoughts and opinion on the sequel series. I’d be happy to have your response either directly via email or on any of the spill podcasts you’re on.
6)Zombie Apocalypse in Florida Spreads: "While at the holding cell, DeLeon banged his head repeatedly inside the holding cell. DeLeon growled at officers in the booking area like a rabid dog. DeLeon attempted to bite Officer Ruiz's hand off."
Hey Leon! I had two questions for ACOCO. My first question was whether the Spill crew has ever considered audio reviewing older movies. Though, I could see how something like that might take up too much time, and not gather enough interest. My second question was if you guys considered a creation of a system that allows the spillios to rate movies, using your rating scale, and then allow the ratings of the spillios to be compared to the ratings of the Spill Crews. Thanks for reading, and sorry if these questions have already been asked before. -Carlo
I just saw that "Fat Kid Rules the World" played at SXSW this year and I was wondering if you saw it and what you thought of it if you did. KL Going, who wrote the book, is a local author who I've met a few times. I've read all her books and was excited when I found out about the movie. I was trying to seach the sight to see if you guys talked about it back in March but I wasn't coming up with anything.
Wait, what did I say that was threatening? I just listened to last weeks LEOG and what you were saying about constructive criticism and realized that before I came across as an asshole. No I meant "hope to see you at the con" in a sincere way not as a threat or to call you an ass. I don't think your an asshole, the cop thing got me a little riled but from the podcasts you guys seem super chill and nice.