Lisa’s Week In Review — 1/29/18 — 2/04/18

To be honest, I spent most of this week binge-watching Degrassi.  It happens.

Movies That I Watched

  1. The Children (2008)
  2. Damien: Omen II (1978)
  3. The Final (2010)
  4. La Grande Illusion (1937)
  5. The Lion In Winter (1968)
  6. Love Is A Many Splendored Thing (1955)
  7. Night Slaves (1970)
  8. Test Pilot (1938)

Television That I Watched

  1. 60 Days In
  2. The Alienist
  3. The Amazing Race 30
  4. American Crime Story: The Assassination of Gianni Versace
  5. Ask The Undertaker
  6. The Bachelor 22
  7. Degrassi — Seasons 6 and 7 are seriously underrated.
  8. Ghost Whisperer
  9. Hell’s Kitchen 17
  10. Intervention — I’m not really a big fan of the Heroin Triangle thing that Intervention is doing right now.  It’s a bit too self-congratulatory for my tastes.
  11. King of the Hill
  12. Kitten Bowl
  13. The Magicians
  14. Marvel’s Agents of SHIELD
  15. The Perfect Suspect
  16. Project Runway All-Stars
  17. Super Bowl LII — Absolutely no one in the Shattered Lens bunker appears to be happy about how this game went.  Myself, I was disappointed with the commercials.
  18. This Is Us — I usually don’t watch this show but, this week, I wanted to find out which one of three kids murdered the father.
  19. Undercover High
  20. Waco
  21. Waco: Messiah or Madman?

Books That I Read

  1. Dr. No by Ian Fleming (1958)
  2. Frankenstein: The First Two Hundred Years by Christopher Frayling (2017) — This is a really fun history of everyone’s favorite reanimated dead guy.  I recommend it for all of my horror-loving friends!
  3. From Russia With Love by Ian Fleming (1957)

Music To Which I Listened

  1. Bob Dylan
  2. Britney Spears
  3. Calvin Harris
  4. The Chemical Brothers
  5. Dean Drouillard
  6. Dillon Francis
  7. Isabel Fay
  8. Jakalope
  9. Jake Bugg
  10. Jake Epstein
  11. James Blake
  12. Justin Timberlake
  13. Muse
  14. Nancy Sinatra
  15. Phantogram
  16. Pink
  17. The Prodigy
  18. Rich White
  19. Saint Motel
  20. Shakira
  21. Sleigh Bells
  22. Taylor Swift
  23. The Ting Tings

Links From Last Week

  1. From my sister’s photography blog, it’s the saddest picture of all time.
  2. Apparently, there’s some people online who are concerned that the Black Panther is going to be “too black” or something like that.  That seems kinda silly to me.  (I mean, when you’re making a movie about the ruler of an African nation, how exactly can you be too black?)  Over on The Ferguson Theater, guest poster Sean E. Ali shares an open letter to those worried about Black Panther being too black.
  3. John Coyote writes about the famous Chelsea Hotel.
  4. On Horrorpedia: A brief examination of trolls.  (No, not internet trolls.  Real trolls!)
  5. From The World’s Common Tater: My Life As a Jailbarian: Life On The Inside Leads To Life Online
  6. From A Pondering Mind, a very important quote from Sylvia Plath.
  7. On FlixChatter, Ruth lists her top 10 films of 2017.
  8. From the Boston Becks, The Nighthawk Award for 2011!  (The Nighthawk Awards, and the amount of work and dedication that this blogger puts into compiling them, is what inspired me to start posting my annual “What if Lisa Had All The Power” posts.)
  9. From John Reiber’s site, check out this Super Bowl food fight!
  10. From Hippie Horror, here are ten feminist horror films!
  11. From Coffee and A Script, The Life And Upcoming Death Of My First Screenplay (The Story Of My Super Mario Adventures Adaptation)
  12. Epistle of Dude offers up three different ways to view Groundhog Day.

Links From The Site

  1. Jeff assembled the greatest football team ever, offered up a Super Bowl prediction, and followed Swamp Thing to the Winchester Mystery House!
  2. Ryan reviewed Future Shock! The Story of 2000 AD, The Rise of the Animals, Charles Forsman’s Slasher, and Hungry Ghosts.  He also offered up his weekly reading round-up!  (Hmmm…even wonder where I got the idea to start doing these Lisa’s Week In Review posts?)
  3. Gary reviewed My Name is Julia Ross, Lady Snowblood, and Trouble Along The Way.  Just in time for the Super Bowl, Gary asked us all, “Are you ready for some football!?”
  4. Erin shared an image of dusk along with several reto football magazine covers, like this oneAnd this one!
  5. Case reviewed The Cloverfield Paradox!
  6. Patrick reviewed The Lullaby!
  7. I shared the music video for one of the greatest songs of all time!

(Check out what I accomplished last week by clicking here!)

Have a great week everyone!

Love you, Canada!

One response to “Lisa’s Week In Review — 1/29/18 — 2/04/18

  1. Pingback: Lisa’s Week In Review: 2/5/18 — 2/11/18 | Through the Shattered Lens

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