It's out on Amazon like every week. I already watched it.
> 15. After Yule
Just the discussion thread is still missing.
The threads are up on /r/VinlandSaga btw.
Amazon version with better non webcam recorded audio
It's the bonus video, don't know if the youtube recorded with something was linked because of viewing restrictions in some countries, regardless that link is where it was recorded from.
If anyone is interested, Amazon Prime has the first two episodes up for free this weekend here. I've become a very big fan of the show very quickly. The entire season is released on November 20th!
Are you confusing Netflix for Amazon Prime? Also Superman: TAS.
Unfortunately Batman Beyond is not free on Prime, but it's available if you wanted to buy it.
Here are few steps for non-US users to stream The Expanse, although they'd be still breaking the Amazon's T&C.
Step 1: Get an amazon.com account.
Step 2: Load balance through your credit or debit card - https://www.amazon.com/asv/reload/order?_encoding=UTF8&ref_=asv_gclp_bwd_pd
Step 3: Use a fake US address and set that as your default address.
Step 4: Buy the episodes & season pass - https://www.amazon.com/dp/B018BZ3SCM/ref=nav_timeline_asin?_encoding=UTF8&psc=1
Now that you're done, you can watch the series without a VPN. Increase in digital sales, DVDs & Blu-rays are probably the only real ways to get Amazon on board. So do what you can.
Here you go: https://www.amazon.com/Patriot/dp/B017APUY62
Free to stream on Amazon Prime. Amazing cast. The characters are great. It's a super dark political(?) comedy of errors about a CIA agent trying to stop Iran from going Nuclear. It's nonlinear, somewhat disturbing, very weird (but not in a Lynchian way....more grounded in reality).
I'm about 6 episodes in and it has become my new favorite show. Definitely a show you need to pay attention to, and you are going to be left in the dark about a lot of things (which I know some people hate).
Not the same without Patrick Warburton, but Amazon has a new The Tick show out. They released the first episode and it's already be greenlit for a full series order.
Also, I wouldn't worry much about Patrick Warburton not getting much hype. His voice is one of the most recognizable in film and television. Rules of Engagement, The Venture Bros., Family Guy. This guy has gotten steady work for years.
This screenshot is from the Amazon show "The Man in the High Castle" and depicts the 1962 version of what the Nazis have accomplished in SST. The show itself is an alternate history with the Nazi and Imperial Japanese forces winning WWII.
I don't think the section shows up when browsing if you're not connected to a HDCP-compliant 4K monitor. On the PS4 and TV apps there is a section in the sidebar for UHD content. It is woefully incomplete, and a number of titles I have been able to find only through direct browser links I found elsewhere. The search engine is also crap, unfortunately. You can identify UHD content by a banner in the upper left corner that says 'UHD', but finding it in the first place is a hassle. Of all interfaces and searches on services with 4K content, Amazon's is by far the worst. Sometimes, googling "[show name] UHD" will get you results, sometimes not.
FWIW, almost all of their original content is available in 4K. If you go to the 'Amazon Originals' section you'll see a bunch that aren't in the 4K/UHD section. HD and UHD versions are both found there, so look for the banner.
Since you mention The Expanse, but don't specify whether you've found it, this link will take you to the first season in UHD and this one to the second season. Add them to your watchlist and you'll find them there in the app afterwards.
Patriot on Amazon is a great underrated comedy/satire
The only answer I can think of it on Amazon, but you need a Prime account or you can purchase the episode.
Edit - You can also watch it on Youtube, but you have to pay.
El hombre en el castillo es una novela de Philip K. Dick que transcurre en un mundo donde el eje ganó la segunda guerra. En la novela, el hombre en el castillo es un personaje que escribió un libro, "La langosta se ha posado", narrando los hechos como ocurrieron en nuestro mundo.
La novela es muy buena, más si te gustan los relatos de Philip donde nunca se sabe qué es real, qué no, ni qué es la realidad. El año pasado Amazon hizo una serie, producida por Ridley Scott, basada en el libro.
There are probably better ways to pass your time than spamming us. Here's one - you should check out 'Patriot' on Amazon. Have you seen it? It is a really, really well made television show that takes a whole bunch of memetic ideas about spies and totally subverts them in a really emotionally raw, hilarious, sad way. I think you'll enjoy watching it and talking about it a lot more than serving the agendas of a hate group on Reddit.
The first episode is free to stream: https://www.amazon.com/Patriot/dp/B017APUY62/?ref=dvm_us_dl_sl_go_ast|c_182289441520_m_D4LNjsi0-dc_s_&gclid=CM-2utK349ICFZFcfgodtFcC6Q
When you've watched it, create a new account and come back and talk to me about it.
Just released Amazon TV Show that is based on the short stories of the awesome Philip K. Dick (big sci-fi writer, wrote Do Androids Dream of Electric Sheep? or Blade Runner as it is commonly known, also A Scanner Darkly and a ton of other famous books)
Follows the same separate-episode format as Black Mirror. I only saw one episode "Real Life," and I liked it a lot. Where Black Mirror uses near-future technology and leaves the viewer with plenty to wonder about the repercussions of it, Electric Dreams doesn't stick to near-future and seems to be a bit more focused on the psychology of the characters.
That's not to say Black Mirror doesn't have great character building; I just think that ultimately, when you walk away from a Black Mirror episode, you think more about the circumstances of the story. In Electric Dreams (it seems... I only saw one ep) it is more Philip K. Dick-ish, the viewer walks away thinking about the morals more than the means.
Sounds like it's pretty hit or miss, as far as I've heard it gets better in the later half of the season
I know we can be super critical here, but just look at this:
IMDB - 9.6 - http://www.imdb.com/title/tt5712554/. 9.6! Not a single of their 25 highest rated movies get a 9.6.
Also, Amazon reviews: 90% 5 stars, 6% 4 stars. https://www.amazon.com/The-Grand-Tour-Season-1/dp/B01J94A5GQ.
Granted this will go down eventually but talk about an insanely good start.
The speculation that the interest in alternate universe coincides with the Amazon TV Show based on PKDicks's Man in the high castle as lefties tend to like scifi, and have Amazon services.
Oddly enough from another 'friend' I also got the alternate universe spiel. It really is a thing.
Patriot (Amazon Prime)
First 4 episodes have been great, has a very Fargo feel to it.
7.6/10 so far, def keeps you wanting to see what comes next
Edit: just finished and man did it finish strong! That 50 second scene in ep 8 in front of the warehouse was one of the funniest yet tense scenes I have ever seen in film, absolutely brilliant. The writing and dialogue and general feeling of the show was so different than anything you'll see. The definition of a dark comedy/thriller
Solid 8.5/10 for me and I highly recommend at least watching the first 3 or so episodes to see what you think. You gotta be the type of person who enjoys a good dialogue, this is not an action thriller spy show. But rather a well crafted web of fucked up situations one after the other.
The soundtrack kicked ass too
If you are a fan of Fargo or any thing Coen brothers you'll love this.
Late to the party, but the show is only on Netflix outside of the United States. In the US, it is still an Amazon Prime exclusive. Amazon does have the first season in 4K, though, which makes it look even more gorgeous than it did in HD. You have to use a browser link to access the 4K version though, for some reason - you can't find it through a search or by browsing their 4K content. Add it to your watchlist and you can then access it on any 4K-ready device.
Amazon Prime has seasons one and two for free, season three you have to pay for. https://www.amazon.com/dp/B018BZ3SCM
Here's a handy character and location guide poster, if you need it https://i.redditmedia.com/HKfE42cU4wQIK3JPAkZ_BteUoEzKJBKrjNl9INv3S_M.jpg?s=c4c64ada4f128a5b8bc7c75cc1df0e8d
Can you access any 4K content from Amazon on your desktop? A lot of services restrict 4K content because of HDCP concerns. Assuming you can (and, of course, that you have a 4K monitor), here are the links for season one and season two.
Amazon's search engine is absolute garbage for finding 4K/UHD content. I've found more 4K content on their site through Google searches than with their internal search engine.
Unsolicited recommendation: Can y’all please watch and get the word out on the Amazon show called Patriot? It’s such an awesome and hilarious dark comedy series.
It's still being shopped around to various studios, according to CCP's lead IP developer.
If I remember correctly from a roundtable discussion at EVE Vegas a couple weeks ago, they're currently in talks with the producers of The Man In The High Castle.
The Patriot. Only two seasons but easily my favorite show. I've watched it a few times now.
Truly amazing writing and acting - funny, sad, clever... loved every episode.
There is still the Vinland Saga to tell. Here's the manga. Its one of the best mangas out there IMHO.
If it’s any comfort, you can buy it on Amazon
or any of those pay-to-watch services. I really do wish they had them on streaming platforms though.
Watch Patriot on Amazon Prime.
It’s a dark comedy about a spy who’s given up on life. Nevertheless, he still has to suck it up and infiltrate a piping company in Milwaukee to prevent an international crisis and potential nuclear war. LA times calls it best show you’ve probably never heard of.
No the series is called Electric Dreams (wiki, Amazon) and the episode in named Autofac
Add the non HDR version to your watch list then load it from the app. You will see this does not occur at the same 32 minute mark. Maybe this is a limitation of HDR as I previously mentioned. I read reviews complaining about this on Apple TV HDR.
Okay, this might be a dumb question, but what page are you using to add this to your watchlist? I still can't get the 4k version up when I search in my browser.
Edit: hmm, maybe like this - https://www.amazon.com/dp/B01N0SMDTT
Fuck Top Gear, its garbage now. Just watch "The Grand Tour"
It has Jeremy Clarkson, Richard Hammond and James May. They are who made TopGear what it was.
Don't waste your time on TopGear episodes that don't feature them.
> "the other"
Check out episode 10 of Philip K. Dick's Electric Dreams. It's basically about exactly that, but in a dark and sinister way.
Definitely. Any minute now someone will see Amazon's Electric Dreams series and say "That's a Black Mirror ripoff, meh." Sorry to break it to you but Philip K. Dick was writing edgy, dark "Black Mirror episodes" (finger quotes) before streaming or the Internet existed.
No. I haven't. I had no idea that gun was in the game. It's on my wishlist, but I've been consumed with all the holiday sales so I haven't picked it up yet since it doesn't go on sale. I might have to get it now ....
Thanks for the heads-up about it. It reminds me to also set my calendar for Amazon's new PKD anthology TV series premiering on Jan. 22.
Season one is available on Amazon Prime, as others have noted. The interesting thing is that it's available in HD and in 4K UHD as well, but you can't find it by browsing. I only knew it existed because I stumbled across a set of 4K MKV files and came here asking if anyone knew where they might have come from. Someone posted a link to a thread on blu-ray.com, which contained a direct browser link to the season in UHD on Amazon Prime.
Season Two is only available by purchase at this point, but it will no doubt hit Amazon in the next few months.
> people are scared
I don't know about that. I'd say wary (which is not the same).
> understanding your enemies
This is where I disagree with you.
Exmormons aren't my enemies. They're my knuckledheaded brothers and sisters and I want them to be happy in or out of fellowship in the church. The reason the CES Letter bums me out is because it is designed to create and perpetuate emotional crisis and who wants that for anyone, you know?
So, if you really want to understand people, sit down with them in a real life context (no screens) and talk to them. But don't really talk to them. Ask them about their lives and then really listen to what they have to say. You'll get that pain, in spades. Also, take advantage of chances you have to serve (especially scary chances to serve). Everyone needs help. And if you don't want to do any of that, then look for better media. Seriously, the next time you have free time and want to read anti-Mormon literature, go to Amazon and watch the pilot episode of Patriot instead. Then let's talk about how rad it is.
There's a pilot episode of a new live-action Tick on Amazon Prime. They will be producing a full series. Anybody can watch the first episode free on Amazon. No Prime subscription necessary.
Il l'est. Ouvre ta session Amazon Prime Canada et va sur Amazon Video. Par contre, c'est juste les Amazon Originals pour linstant, sauf si tu as un VPN avec lequel tu peux acceder a tous les amazon video avec un amazon prime canadien.
Yeah, it turns out my TV had it right up front, rather than the standard version. I wanted to add it to my watchlist from the computer, but since it was featured it didn't matter much. In fact, being on a HDR capable set had everything from Amazon defaulting to the UHD bannered versions. In case you haven't tried fighting this yourself though, observe:
It makes it annoying to do list manipulation on something with a keyboard, but technically doable since the apps know what you can do and pick for you.
Anyway, yes, this show does look amazing in the full HDR glory.
This should work. If not just go to amazon, then click on departments and Amazon video.
Daredevil was amazingly well done for a superhero show on Netflix. Also, "Man in the High Castle" is an interesting series about if the Axis powers had won WWII. It's based on Phillip K. Dick's novel of the same name.