I can't tell which one of us is taking this seriously, anymore. It's categorically impossible for you to wrap your head around the idea that I'm not the only one who has called you out on this. You could diffuse it right now by just admitting that you made a mistake, but like every you can do no wrong, and speak only the truth. I'm pretty sure that if I did share this with a therapist, they'd agree your inability to accept even constructive criticism based on easily referenced words of your own is striking, and the words "James Cameron" haven't even entered into the conversation, yet. I'm taking the high road by choosing to recognize the pathology displayed as a quirk of your personality, and your flabbergasted notion that I am somebody you don't know as adorable given your documented history of making authoritative threads/posts on current events in filmmaking that I regularly chime in on. That's not weird, that's just participating in the same online forum. Pretty much everybody you interact with on here is somebody you don't know. You're the one using the words "disturbingly personal" to describe observations anybody would make, and claiming that I'm "unloading pent-up baggage" when I fit the role of the regular, run-of-the mill commentator that challenges your rigid absolutism towards subjective value judgments in, oh, the vast majority of your history on Era. Your threads are a hoot. Avatar sequels should have come out years ago. A lot of the directors you can't stop worshiping are only mortals standing on the shoulders of giants/armies of other collaborators, and most of their best work is far behind them. Your poorly worded title confused more than one person. Whether we're discussing horror of the last twenty years or five times that span of time, it's not a substantially distinct pair of conversations, anyway. If you ignore me from here on out, that's unfortunate, but it won't stop me from enjoying your insecurities laid bare every couple of days when you get the bug up your ass to cook up an excuse to pontificate about cinema culture. This place wouldn't be the same without it.