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  I can't believe the season is over already. It only feels like they got to the prison yesterday. 16 episodes are simply not enough for this amazing show. Anyway, I thought I would share a few thoughts, and pose some questions about the season finale and possibilities for season four of The Walking Dead.   Let me start with something we all think about before each episode: who is going to die? With what happened last week and all the deaths so far, I'm not sure if we will see any in the finale. If I had to pick someone to die it would have to be Andrea, but I'm not sure that's happening now. I think either Andrea or Michonne will eventually die with the other watching kind of like they are setting up either Maggie or Glen to die. It's all about being dramatic.     They could kill off any member of Tyreese's group, which I wouldn’t mind as they are just taking screen time away from characters I’m much more interested in. As for the group, I don'


“Sanitarium” is a feature motion picture that consists of three tales based on particular patients of a mental institution. Each tale begins with Dr. Stenson, the primary physician at the Sanitarium, commenting on the recent arrival of a new patient. As Dr. Stenson speaks, the individual’s story begins. Starring: Malcolm McDowell, Lou Diamond Phillips, John Glover, Robert Englund, David Mazouz, Lacey Chabert, and Chris Mulkey Directed by: Bryan Ramirez, Kerry Valderrama, and Bryan Ortiz Written by: Crystal Bratton, Scott Marcano, Kerry Valderrama, and Bryan Ortiz   The first tale is about Gustav (John Glover), who is a unique artist. He designs some small dolls for an art exhibit that are more to him than just his work. The dolls are his friends, and apparently talk to him. When the dolls feel threatened by Gustav’s friend Sam (Robert Englund), they give Gustav some extremely bad ideas.   This tale gets the movie off to a good start because it’s the best of the