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Discussion in 'SHH Community Forum' started by moviefan!, Jun 3, 2013.
Who is the head supervisor of SHH and their contact information?
Yes because I remember when you could go to the homepage and not have the movie spoiled for you just by the headlines of the titles. I mean this is getting ridiculous. I go there just to get news about upcoming movies not have them spoiled for me. Why do you have to put quotes and other things to spoil the movie? I can see if I clicked on the link. It didn't use to be this bad. This has got to stop!
what are you referring to?
Everything seems to get spoiled. I try to avoid all Man of steel topics, but what do I see? Every trailer and TV spot has to have a quote under it. Why does every title have to have a spoiler description under it. Just put the title and leave it at that. Just put 10th Man Of Steel trailer. I don't need to see a description and a quote from the movie under it. Some people are trying to avoid things like that.
Also complain how SHH front page has become a dumping ground for everything. Game of Thrones news? Why? Legitimate superhero news is buried under a bunch of crap sometimes.
Agreed. I mean how are After Earth, Oblivion, Christopher Nolan movies, and other things superhero related. It used to be only Comic superheroes news
I come here for the forums. I could care less about the stuff on the main page.
I actually like the content on the front page: it allows me to keep track of comics, comic films, sci/fantasy films, and some excellent programming. I check it twice a day: in the morning, before I leave for school/work, and when I am back from school/work.
I originally came to this site for Spider-Man movie news. Should I complain that it reports on other Marvel or DC characters now? If they weren't reporting on non-comic book movie news, people would be complaining about a lack of news/posts in general. SHH is hardly the only site to report on things that don't relate to their main focus. It may have started out as a comic book movie news site, but it's now a more Geek-focused Movie, TV, and Comic news site.
It's not like you're paying to come here, so maybe you should just enjoy the info you want and stay away from the rest. It's not hard. You can just click on the Heroes tab on the main page and only read info on the subject of your choice.
Also, using a vague quote from a trailer in the headline to a story isn't really a spoiler. And if you're trying to avoid all that stuff, you probably should just avoid this site (and the internet altogether). I've never had anything spoiled for me on the main page that wasn't my own fault by clicking on something I knew contained spoilers.
I doubt he's complaining about the news on the front page....I see he received an infraction today just before he created this thread.