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TallSilhouette said:

Kingdom of the Planet of the Apes: A step down from the Caesar trilogy, but still entertaining. It was fascinating watching the technology evolve in that trilogy from 'good enough to get the point across' to completely believable at times. Now we've fully crossed that delta and can confidently and convincingly tell stories about any creature in any time or place. Pretty cool stuff. The ending leaves room for bigger conflicts and stories that keep me excited for the future of the franchise.

I saw it last Friday and these are my sentiments as well: not as good as the original (reboot) Apes trilogy, still pretty good.

I just watched the first 2 episodes of Pretty Little Liars: Summer School on Max yesterday. I’ll admit, I’ve never watched the original PLL or any of the spin-offs, but I like horror, so I decided to check out Original Sin on Max a couple years ago and loved it. Bunch of compelling inter-connected plot threads with strong (though mostly assholic) characters. And lots of horror movie trope-naming and references (and 90’s callbacks, namely Orgy’s version of Blue Monday in the series opening). It’s very Scream-esque and I’m really enjoying the first couple of episodes we’ve gotten so far of the new season, titled Summer School. 

Little trigger warning, though: it hits some very sensitive subject matter, namely rape, self-harm and suicide. I understand those things might be triggering for some, especially the latter. It even carries a disclaimer right before the beginning of each episode (in S1, anyway), but I would otherwise recommend if you’re into horror as I am.