Sometimes i worry to the extent that some of us on this board will go to into finding out all the details about a film before it's released. Don't you find that knowing too much and perhaps input from other hype members at an early stage can heavily influence your opinion on a film. I mean it's worse for countries that have premieres weeks after the states so all the boards go up and it's difficult to keep out of what's going on and find out opinions on matters of the film. and instead of going in with an open mind, you end up having your opinion skewed before you've even seen it. but that's normally at the later stage. what i'm talking about now is the tv spot chasing, trailer viewing, constant spoiler searching for addicts that will do anything to konw what's on the film they are going to watch before they watch it. Do you think there is such a thing as being overspoiled? and if so, what are your personal limits? and before you start, i know that it's easy to say that if you don't want to get spoiled, don't go to those sections, but really the rest of the threads can be fairly dead at times and peer pressure can lead you to the dark side. not to mention tv spots that you really don't have much control over (unless you cover your eyes and shout over the tv, which i've done on some occassions in the past before ) anywho, thoughts would be appreciated.