>Now, Betty, I have very important work to do.

>Now, Betty, I have very important work to do. My ascension removes me from the disc and the loop. I'm near final stage. Some mornings, I can see the infernal plane.

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  1. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    i am responding to the moron who said something about him having to learn to speak again from movies
    that is dumb as hell
    he obviously just likes role playing

  2. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    this scene made me wonder about the final form of inbreeding. if two morons pump out a bunch of kids who keep fricking each other each generation no matter how bad the mutations and diseases get, will they eventually all just birth lifeless piles of goop?

    • 1 month ago
      Anonymous

      No. Black folks.

    • 1 month ago
      Anonymous

      They probably won't be lifeless, just short lived. Or wish they were short lived. If they were even sapient.

    • 1 month ago
      Anonymous

      It's probably like herd immunity and covid where the final boss is an all powerful mutant.

    • 1 month ago
      Anonymous

      they'll have 50 IQ and a bunch of malformations and organ issues. I think it gets to a point they're like non verbal animals

      • 1 month ago
        Anonymous

        There's a famous family like that in the US. It's on youtube.

    • 1 month ago
      Anonymous

      after a few generations, they become royalty in europe

    • 1 month ago
      Anonymous

      ask your parents

    • 1 month ago
      Anonymous

      Nah at some point they would become infertile.

    • 1 month ago
      Anonymous

      before they get to the point of infertility they'd just be a bunch of stillbirths, so yes

    • 1 month ago
      Anonymous

      Even you just mutate into being infertile and it ends

  3. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    Here's my opinion on the whole supernatural interpretation of TD:
    First postulate - TD takes place in the (a?) chamberian/lovecraftian universe. Second postulate - Rust has some form of ESP or psychic sensitivity.
    The cultists were attempting to break out of "the flat circle". They were aware of the fact that they were trapped in this existence and wished to ascend from it. The child sacrifice and torture was how they were attempting to open the gateway out of our plane.
    Reggie Ledoux: "I know what happens next... he literally does, because it's happened before ...You're in Carcosa now, with me...he sees Rust in Carcosa during episode 8, notice Errol says the same thing while Rust is chasing him... He Errol sees you. You'll do this again. Time is a flat circle.
    Ledoux wasn't just spouting gibberish. He had achieved some measure of success with escaping the "flat circle" of his existence. Although he and Rust were never at Carcosa together from our temporal reference, from his fourth dimensional perspective time is flat and they are indeed there simultaneously
    Errol: "My ascension removes me from the disc in the loop. I'm near final stage, some mornings I can see the infernal plane".
    Errol is also having success in breaching our plane. He seeks to be removed from his infinitely repeating existence (the disc in the loop).
    When asked where Bill Childress is, Errol's,umm...girlfriend?...responds: “All around us, before we were born and after you die". In other words, you guessed it, time is a flat circle. He existed before us and will exist again after we're gone, when the disc comes back to that particular part of the loop.

    • 1 month ago
      Anonymous

      When Rust and Marty pull up at the Childress residence, Rust can sense that "this is the place". His ESP is perceiving something (the souls of all the dead there?). This feeling is conveyed to the audience via a series of strange haunting sounds. That wasn't just a creepy soundtrack, it was the disturbing psyhcosphere of the area put into auditory form so that we could hear what rust was feeling.
      When he finally makes his way to the inner chamber of Carcosa, he is able to perceive the breach created by the cultists. The giant swirling vortex is not a hallucination. It is a gateway to another plane beyond our existence and the genesis of the swirl symbol used by the cultists. They could see it too, or at least one of them had seen it.

      • 1 month ago
        Anonymous

        Gosh darnet Season 1 was so good.

    • 1 month ago
      Anonymous

      When Rust and Marty pull up at the Childress residence, Rust can sense that "this is the place". His ESP is perceiving something (the souls of all the dead there?). This feeling is conveyed to the audience via a series of strange haunting sounds. That wasn't just a creepy soundtrack, it was the disturbing psyhcosphere of the area put into auditory form so that we could hear what rust was feeling.
      When he finally makes his way to the inner chamber of Carcosa, he is able to perceive the breach created by the cultists. The giant swirling vortex is not a hallucination. It is a gateway to another plane beyond our existence and the genesis of the swirl symbol used by the cultists. They could see it too, or at least one of them had seen it.

      actually really cool

    • 1 month ago
      Anonymous

      When Rust and Marty pull up at the Childress residence, Rust can sense that "this is the place". His ESP is perceiving something (the souls of all the dead there?). This feeling is conveyed to the audience via a series of strange haunting sounds. That wasn't just a creepy soundtrack, it was the disturbing psyhcosphere of the area put into auditory form so that we could hear what rust was feeling.
      When he finally makes his way to the inner chamber of Carcosa, he is able to perceive the breach created by the cultists. The giant swirling vortex is not a hallucination. It is a gateway to another plane beyond our existence and the genesis of the swirl symbol used by the cultists. They could see it too, or at least one of them had seen it.

      quality post anon
      it made me want to rewatch season 1

    • 1 month ago
      Anonymous

      I feel like it's more a commentary of constant consumption of media. Rust and Marty are only in a repeating hell if we choose to watch the series more than once. It's our temptation to re-watch and relive events that causes us to slowly withdraw from challenging ourselves with new experiences.

      Sure there are supernatural elements, but the real intent of including supernatural elements into a piece of media is so the vehicle of communicating to the viewer has a smoother ride, not to create some esoteric piece of media to clutch onto.

    • 1 month ago
      Anonymous

      They were trying to break out of the flat circle of time cause they knew they would suffer the same fate of abuse and torture again and again at the hands of the Tuttles and the cult.
      Thus they made their own group and became the victimizers instead of victims in an attempt to break the circle and escape this plane like you said. Errol also goes "I'll do to the children of men what they did to me" and "Reggie, Dewall, acolytes".
      They were also trying to frick with the old cult(tuttles) actively by leaving bodies behind with signs of the same rituals to draw law enforcement attention on them.

    • 1 month ago
      Anonymous

      This post is literally meaningless, as is most of the ‘weird fiction’ elements of S1.

      >they were attempting to open the gateway out of our plane
      gateway to where brother? what does that even mean?

      Even the most famous meme, the ‘flat circle’, doesn’t really make sense. The way Rust explains it, it’s a line not a circle, he only describes it as a circle in order for the spooky plot elements you just described to fit in.

      If you want an actual and thorough discussion of this idea you should read Augustine’s Confessions, he’s got a wonderful bit about God’s perspective on humans, using almost exactly the same metaphor that Rust uses. But crucially, he’s smart enough to realize you can’t really make a point about temporal perception by referring to temporal perception. His point is about free will.

      That said, good season, but S2 is better by stepping away from the vaguely supernatural.

  4. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    >take off your MASK
    whoa, errol was pretty anti-vax

  5. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    It looks like those mixed up word meanings in Dogtooth

  6. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    It's pretty funny no one ever seemed to pick up that he was doing an Andy Griffith voice impression

  7. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    I'd make flowers on her if you catch my drift

  8. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    >tell me bout granddaddy

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