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Author Topic: Film/TV Forum Spoiler Policy - Beware of Spoilers and Enter at your own risk!  (Read 646 times)

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September 26, 2012, 11:51:58 AM

Kickassnoodle

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This is a spoiler-y zone.

You don't need to use spoiler bars when discussing films and TV episodes that have already been released. That is, film and TV threads will be discussing them without hiding plot details under spoiler bars. So, for example, if you venture into Doctor Who thread without having seen the latest episode, you do it at your own risk of getting spoiled. ('Latest' means the newest episode released in the country which releases the episode first.) Same goes for films - if you haven't seen a particular film and you enter a discussion about it, you're risking being spoiled.

However, if you want to share any spoiler-y content about films and TV episodes that haven't been released to the general audience yet, please, hide it under the spoiler bars. If you don't, a moderator will edit your post to hide the information for you.

What is spoiler-y content? Generally, any plot details, particular filming location descriptions and directing choices will be considered spoilers in this forum. Things like cast, director, composer information will not be considered spoilers.

If you have any questions, feel free to send Film and TV Forum Staff a Personal Message or post in this thread.

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« Last Edit: September 27, 2012, 08:24:30 AM by Kickassnoodle »


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