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ALWAYS, and let this be clear, ALWAYS! check the files you are sharing with others. Sharing any kind of infected application will result in an IP ban and account wipe. Don't post links from file hosting websites that run LOTS of ads or ask you to complete Quizes or etc. There will be no exception. If you want to ask something, feel free to do it. Better be safe than sorry.

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    • Currently viewing - Recently viewed.
      By Vultural · Posted
      The Living And The Dead - 2016 - 6/10 Circa 1890.  Educated couple relocate to his mother's rural farmstead after she dies.
      Viewers - even inattentive viewers - will quickly realize the pair has moved to Spooky Lane England.
      Possessions, ghostly hauntings, curses, the Ouija board!, and deaths, lots of graves.
      Our couple, being educated and of scientific inclinations, disregard superstitious villagers.
      Well photographed, nicely cast (save for the husband), the stories feel like "death of the week."
      This viewer's sympathy ebbed more each week as the characters became myopic and dim brained, putting friends, neighbors, and family into clear risk.
    • New and French !
      By lisaLG7 · Posted
      That's very kind of you  
    • New from France
      By Traditore · Posted
      Bienvenue ! On parle aussi French par ici  -> http://www.sub-talk.net/forum/48-french/  
    • New and French !
      By Traditore · Posted
      ​Welcome aboard ! And you can join the French Quarter, if you like   http://www.sub-talk.net/forum/48-french/  
    • Recruitment!
      By lisaLG7 · Posted
      ​Okay then, I'd be please to join the team and glad to help you !
    • Recruitment!
      By chamallow · Posted
      Yes, we're looking for syncers for the English subtitles, to synchronize the captions to the videos, in the mornings GMT.
    • Recruitment!
      By lisaLG7 · Posted
      ​yes I've just realized that ! I can also do sync via SE, is that what you are looking for ?
    • Recruitment!
      By chamallow · Posted
      Thanks Lisa, but what you're likely looking for is being a translator, and that's not what we do.

      Check the French section of the forum for that.
    • New and French !
      By lisaLG7 · Posted
      ​thank you ! I'll read it and ask you if I need precisions 
    • New from France
      By BorisVictor · Posted
      Welcome, MRBIG!
    • New and French !
      By BorisVictor · Posted
      Welcome, lisaLG7! What help do you need? Did you read this: http://www.sub-talk.net/topic/2784-frequently-asked-questions/  
    • Recruitment!
      By lisaLG7 · Posted
      Hi, I'd love to work as a syncer from english to french or even french to english ! I'm mostly available on weeks days and weekend !  waiting for your answer !