Or even when it comes to it, everybody loves something but then decides certain ways are terrible.
I for one love 'House of 1000 Corpses' and 'The Devils Rejects', but I hated the 'Halloween' films. These are pretty standard opinions with the odd opposite here and there.
But then 'The Lords of Salem' comes along.
The majority of people can't stand that film. Whereas I absolutely love it. I need more of it if I'm honest. And I think Zombie is a brilliant horror creator.
I won't go into anything as I have reviewed 'TLOS' before and posted an article about worst to best of Zombie's movies.
So lets move on shall we?
In the recent years there have been some amazing television shows on to say the least.
Some of the most popular were 'Dexter' and 'Breaking Bad'.
'Dexter' lost focus as it went along from season to season. The worst has to be the last according to most fans but I still enjoyed it to an extent. But before that aired, it was season 6 which was classed as the worst, people said it was boring and that the religious story was over the top and ridiculous.
Well, I loved it.
Granted it was the first season I fully watched without being forced into it by my girlfriend but that didn't make me enjoy it any more than I would have otherwise. But then I like religious things, I like demons and the prospect of the end of the world in religious terms.
And even though most of it seemed boring, different, and over the top to its fans, it was still one of the most popular shows on TV.
'Breaking Bad'? Nothing wrong with it. Ever. Except that it ended.
'The Walking Dead'.
It's ridiculously popular.
But still every week there are people complaining about the show.
Season 1 showed what 'The Walking Dead' was all about. Frank Darabont brought us into the world of the comic perfectly, albeit with some changes.
Then when Season 2 came around, Darabont was fired and the series went in to a complete different territory.
Even though I love Darabont's work and would have loved to have seen how the series continued with him, I had no qualms with how Season 2 ended up. But a lot of people did.
It lacked focus on the Zombies. Sorry TWD TV series, I said the forbidden word. And it went for a much slower season set on Hershel's farm. Of course it still had many a zombie walking around, but that wasn't the point and still isn't the point of 'The Walking Dead'.
More so, the point is to focus on people dealing with/after the apocalypse, the zombies just so happen to be the apocalypse.
And many people whined.
Enough so in fact that when Season 3 came along, it upped the numbers of Zombies. To be honest it felt more like Season 1. It was almost a perfect balance between Zombies and Character driven plot.
But still, people complained.
So now Season 4 has a shit load more Zombies and a lot more action.
There was one episode last week though where it built upon a couple of the characters and focused mainly on them.
I've read comments saying it was great, some saying it wasn't.
'The Walking Dead' is a character driven drama dealing with the apocalypse. If it was only the zombs killing people, it would get boring pretty fast. But somehow that opinion is different to others, it bores a lot of people when it focuses on developing the characters, and as much as I love Daryl Dixon (more so as he was in one of my favourite episodes of 'Masters Of Horror' where I thought he was a great actor) I don't want to see him all the time fighting. I actually like finding out more about his past. And other character's pasts too.
But what can you do eh?
You can't please everyone.