Renée (rogueslayer452) wrote,

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Holy fuck-knuckles...

++ I was tagged by icecream_junkie over on Tumblr, so I'm answering here:

Relationship Status: Single
Favorite Color: Red, black, and/or gold.
Lipstick or Chapstick: Lip balm. Strawberry lip balm, to be more specific. I don't wear lipstick that often unless it's for a special occasion.
Last Song I Listened To: "Imperfection" by Evanescence
Last Movie I Watched: I don't remember. I've mostly been catching up on my shows lately.
Top 3 TV Shows: Oh man, this is unfair and very difficult because I have so many favorite shows. Of all time? Definitely Battlestar Galactica, Buffy the Vampire Slayer, and Firefly.
Top 3 Characters: Percival Graves (FBAWTFT), Faith Lehane (BTVS), and Daisy Johnson (Agents of SHIELD).
Top 3 Bands/Artists: Namie Amuro, Bear McCreary, and Halsey
Books I'm Currently Reading: Critical Role: Tal'Dorei Campaign Setting by Matthew Mercer

++ We have a new Deadpool 2 teaser and it is perfect and glorious in the best way possible Deadpool can be. I'm so glad the marketing for the sequel has remained the same as they did with the first film, with just random wacky meta fun. I can't wait for the movie, tbh.

++ You know, I'm rather confused on why certain shows aren't on DVD yet despite their popularity, or at least having enough seasons to warrant getting them to DVD. Stitchers isn't available to purchase that I've seen despite having three seasons, Sense8 was a success and yet it hasn't been available to buy on DVD/Bluray, though I'm hoping that after the fan campaign which brought it back for a two hour finale movie that Netflix will finally be able to release it to physically buy (because the fans deserve that much, at least). But the biggest confusion to me though is Wynonna Earp. It has been considered a huge hit on Syfy since the show premiered last year, and yet there is no DVD of it anywhere. There is Bluray but it's not available for those in the US, and the only one that you can probably only get is through IndieGogo but people have complained about the quality or not receiving theirs. With all of this, I'm just curious as to why there hasn't been an official release of a DVD/Bluray instead of all of this loophole nonsense. It's just so bizarre to me, and really quite sad because I want to physically own these shows to show my support of them.
Tags: meme, movies, rl on the dl, television
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