Lisa Marie’s Week In Review: 9/20/21 — 9/26/21

People are so emotionally fragile nowadays that Halloween will probably cease to be a holiday in another few years. So, we better enjoy this upcoming October because who knows what the future might hold.

Here’s what I watched, read, and listened to this week, as I prepared for the annual Shattered Lens horrorthon!

Films I Watched:

  1. Aaron Loves Angela (1975)
  2. Bad Girl (2017)
  3. Bury The Past (2021)
  4. Cheer For Your Life (2021)
  5. Deep Blue Nightmare (2021)
  6. Driven to Kill (2021)
  7. Hiding Out (1987)
  8. Killer Cheer Mom (2021)
  9. Mahler (1974)
  10. Malicious Motives (2021)
  11. Pom Poms and Payback (2021)
  12. The Price of Fitting In (2021)
  13. Psycho Intern (2021)
  14. Psycho Storm Chaser (2021)
  15. Pumpkinhead (1988)
  16. The Secrets She Keeps (2021)
  17. The Taking Pelham One Two Three (1974)
  18. To Save A Life (2009)
  19. The Wasp Woman (1959)
  20. The Wrong Cheer Captain (2021)

Television Show I Watched:

  1. Bachelor in Paradise
  2. Big Brother
  3. Dancing with the Stars
  4. Friday the 13th: The Series
  5. King of the Hill
  6. Ordinary Joe
  7. Smash
  8. Survivor
  9. The Ultimate Surfer
  10. The Voice
  11. The Walking Dead

Books I Read:

  1. Who Killed The Homecoming Queen (1997) by R.L. Stine

Music To Which I Listened:

  1. Backstreet Boys
  2. Big Data
  3. The Beatles
  4. Blotto
  5. Bob Dylan
  6. Britney Spears
  7. The Chemical Brothers
  8. Coldplay
  9. Crud
  10. The Crystal Method
  11. Daft Punk
  12. deadmau5
  13. Fitz and the Tantrums
  14. Jakalope
  15. Jake Bugg
  16. Jimmy Cliff
  17. Katy Perry
  18. Lorde
  19. Muse
  20. O-Town
  21. Phantogram
  22. Saint Motel
  23. Siouxsie and the Banshees
  24. Staind
  25. Taylor Swift
  26. Toots & The Maytals


  1. The Tragedy of MacBeth
  2. Night Teeth

News from Last Week:

  1. Director Melvin Van Peebles Dies At 87
  2. Director Roger Michell Dies At 65
  3. Actor Willie Garson Dies At 57
  4. Anthony ‘AJ’ Johnson, ‘Friday’ and ‘House Party’ actor, dead at 55
  5. Twitter lashes out over celebrities at 2021 Emmys going maskless
  6. Here’s who was left out of the 2021 Emmys’ In Memoriam tribute
  7. ‘WandaVision’ fans cry that Marvel show was ‘robbed’ at 2021 Emmys
  8. Ex-ABC News boss Ben Sherwood accused of ‘creepy,’ ‘sexually harassing behavior’ at Disney-owned network
  9. CNN stays silent on Chris Cuomo after Shelley Ross’ sexual harassment allegations
  10. William Shatner to go to space in Jeff Bezos’ Blue Origin rocket ship
  11. Chris Pratt’s ‘Super Mario Bros.’ casting angers Italians and Nintendo fans
  12. ‘Doctor Who’ Showrunner Russell T. Davies to Return for Next Season
  13. The Criterion Channel’s October 2021 Lineup Brings Horror, Kirk Douglas, Edgar Wright & More

Links From Last Week:

  1. For Rolling Stone, good politics make good music
  2. The World’s Common Tater’s Week In Books, Movies, and TV
  3. The State of the Race: How the Oscars Can Avoid the Mistakes of the Emmys

Links From The Site:

  1. Erin shared: Lord Vanity, Build My Gallows High, Some Die Slow, Swamp Sister, The Wench Is Dead, Oh Careless Love, and Four Lost Ladies!
  2. Jeff shared music videos from Gerry Rafferty, April Wine, Kate Bush, Rainbow, David Bowie, The Specials, and Bootcamp!
  3. Ryan interviewed Austin English and took a look at Monsters and The Butchery!
  4. I reviewed the latest episode of The Walking Dead and shared my week in television!

More From Us:

  1. Ryan has a patreon! You should consider subscribing!
  2. For SOLRAD, Ryan reviewed Jesusfreak!
  3. At Days Without Incident, Leonard shared September and Ni Ten Ichi Ryu!
  4. At her photography site, Erin shared: Forbidden Tree, Creeping Up, Texas Nice, Looking for the Sun, Grass, Hole In A Tree, and Evening Approaches!
  5. At Pop Politics, Jeff shared: It Could Still Happen, Beto Again, Pop Politics Endorses Curtis Sliwa For Mayor of New York, Is Nature Healing?, 2024 Profile: Francis X. Suarez, 2024 Profile: Rick Scott, and In Honor Of October and The Tomb of Dracula!
  6. On my music site, I shared songs from Britney Spears, deadmau5, Saint Motel, The Beatles, Taylor Swift, The Chemical Brothers, and Blotto!
  7. At my dream journal, I shared all sorts of disturbing dreams: Last Night’s Plane Crash Dream, Last Night’s Stalker Nightmare, Last Night’s Backyard Nightmare, Last Night’s Detective Nightmare, No Dreams Last Night, Last Night’s Blogging Dream, and Last Night’s Dream Within A Dream!
  8. I reviewed Big Brother the Big Brother Blog!
  9. At the Reality TV Chat Blog, I shared My Mistake, It’s Time To Open Up The Diary Room For Week 12, Survivor 41.1 “A New Age,” About Tonight, and Big Brother 23 — The Results of Parts One and Two of the Final HoH Competition!

Want to see what I did last week? Click here!

Music Video of the Day: Victim by Bootcamp (1981, directed by ????)

On August 1st, 1981, MTV premiered. Over the course of 24 hours, 166 unique music videos were played on MTV. Yes, there was a time when the M actually did stand for music.

Following of replay of April Wine’s Just Between You And Me, the 61st music video to play on MTV was the classic video for Talking Heads’s Once In A Lifetime.  Amazingly, that well-remembered video was only played once during MTV’s first day of operation.

The 62nd music video to play on MTV was the video for Victim but Baltimore’s own Bootcamp!  This court ad jail-themed video was the second Bootcamp video to appear on MTV, following Hold On To The Night.


The First Videos Shown on MTV:

  1. Video Killed the Radio Star by the Buggles
  2. You Better Run by Pat Benatar
  3. She Won’t Dance With Me by Rod Stewart
  4. You Better You Bet By The Who
  5. Little Suzi’s On The Up by PH.D
  6. We Don’t Talk Anymore by Cliff Richard
  7. Brass in Pocket by Pretenders
  8. Time Heals by Todd Rundgren
  9. Take It On The Run by REO Speedwagon
  10. Rockin’ in Paradise by Styx
  11. When Things Go Wrong by Robin Lane & The Chartbusters
  12. History Never Repeats by Split Enz
  13. Hold On Loosely by .38 Special
  14. Just Between You And Me by April Wine
  15. Sailing by Rod Stewart
  16. Iron Maiden by Iron Maiden
  17. Keep On Loving You by REO Speedwagon
  18. Better Than Blue by Michael Johnson
  19. Message of Love by The Pretenders
  20. Mr. Briefcase by Lee Ritenour
  21. Double Life by The Cars
  22. In The Air Tonight by Phil Collins
  23. Looking for Clues by Robert Palmer
  24. Too Late by Shoes
  25. Stop Draggin’ My Heart Around by Stevie Nicks and Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers
  26. Do Ya Think I’m Sexy by Rod Stewart
  27. Surface Tension by Rupert Hine
  28. One Step Ahead by Split Enz
  29. Baker Street by Gerry Rafferty
  30. I’m Gonna Follow You by Pat Benatar
  31. Savannah Nights by Tom Johnston
  32. Lucille by Rockestra
  33. The Best of Times by Styx
  34. Vengeance by Carly Simon
  35. Wrathchild by Iron Maiden
  36. I Wanna Be a Lifeguard by Blotto
  37. Passion by Rod Stewart
  38. Oliver’s Army by Elvis Costello
  39. Don’t Let Me Go by REO Speedwagon
  40. Remote Control and Illegal by The Silencers
  41. Angel of the Morning by Juice Newton
  42. Little Sister by Rockpile with Robert Plant
  43. Hold On To The Night by Bootcamp
  44. Dreamin’ by Cliff Richard
  45. Is It You? by Lee Ritenour 
  46. Tusk by Fleetwood Mac
  47. He Can’t Love You by Michael Stanley Band
  48. Tough Guys by REO Speedwagon
  49. Rapture by Blondie
  50. Don’t Let Go The Coat by The Who
  51. Ain’t Love A Bitch by Rod Stewart
  52. Talk of the Town by The Pretenders
  53. Can’t Happen Here by Rainbow
  54. Thank You For Being A Friend by Andrew Gold
  55. Bring It All Home by Gerry Rafferty
  56. Sign of the Gypsy Queen by April Wine
  57. The Man With The Child In His Eyes by Kate Bush
  58. All Night Long by Raindow
  59. Boys Keep Swinging by David Bowie
  60. Rat Race by The Specials
  61. Once in a Lifetime by Talking Heads