I’m home! After spending 6 days in London, 2 days in Brighton, 2 days in Edinburgh, and 2 days in Ardglass, Jeff & I are back in the States. I have to admit that, much like Dorothy, I’m in a bit of a dream state right now. Going from snow and below freezing temperatures to 80-degree Texas weather in one day will do that to you, I suppose.
This upcoming week is going to be all about catching up. Not only do I have several movies and books to review on both this site and Horror Critic but I also have a DVR full of programming to watch. So please, no one spoil how The Bachelor ended…
(Just kidding, I already know. Wow, Arie sure turned out to be a prick…)
Anyway, here’s last week in review:
Movies I Watched
TV Shows I Watched
- 8 out of 10 Cats
- American Idol
- Back in Time For Tea
- Brooklyn 99
- Film 2018
- Mothers, Murderers, and Mistresses: Empresses of Ancient Rome
- On Camera: Photographers of the BBC
- Pointless Celebrities
- The Ruth Ellis Files: A Very British Crime Story
- Survivor 36
- Top of the Pops
- Troy: Fall of a City
Books I Read
- Brave (2018) by Rose McGowan
- The Woman In The Window (2018) by A.J. Finn
Music To Which I Listened
- Blanck Mass
- Britney Spears
- The Chemical Brothers
- Django Django
- Nathan Carter
- Souisxie and the Banshees
- Taylor Swift
Links From The Site:
- I shared 20 Shots From 20 Alfred Hitchcock Films and my favorite Yeats poem!
- Erin took a look at The Covers of Alfred Hitchcock Presents!
- Gary reviewed The Beatles: Eight Days A Week — The Touring Years and also cleaned out his DVR! For St. Patrick’s Day, he reviewed The Irish In Us, along with sharing both a cartoon called The Wee Men and Robert Mitchum singing Too Ra Loo Ra Loo Ral!
- Jeff argued that the video for Bush’s Everything Zen was the worst music video of all time!
- Ryan reviewed Teaching Comics: Volume One and What is a Glacier?, along with sharing his weekly reading round-up!
- Case reviewed Love, Simon and declared it one of the best films of the year so far!
Have a great week!