Lisa’s Week In Review: 5/13/19 — 5/19/19


Game of Thrones ends and Cannes 2019 begins!

What a week!

Movies I Watched:

  1. Amityville: The Awakening (2017)
  2. Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid (1969)
  3. Escape Room (2019)
  4. Glass (2019)
  5. Hamlet (2000)
  6. My Mother’s Killer Boyfriend (2019)
  7. My Name is Julia Ross (1945)
  8. O.G. (2019)
  9. Polytechnique (2009)

Television Shows I Watched:

  1. 9-1-1
  2. American Idol
  3. The Bachelorette
  4. Bar Rescue
  5. Barry
  6. The Big Bang Theory
  7. Chernobyl
  8. Couples Court with the Cutlers
  9. Dr. Phil
  10. Dynasty
  11. Face the Truth
  12. Fosse/Verdon
  13. Game of Thrones
  14. Lauren Lake’s Paternity Court
  15. Paradise Hotel
  16. Shipping Wars
  17. Survivor 38
  18. The Talk
  19. Young Sheldon

Books I Read:

  1. Julian Schnabel: Symbols of Actual Life (2019), foreword and introduction by Max Hollein
  2. The Other Hollywood: The Uncensored Oral History of the Porn Industry (2005) by Legs McNeil and Jennifer Osborne
  3. The Trial of Lizzie Borden (2019) by Cara Robertson

Music To Which I Listened:

  1. Adi Ulmansky
  2. Ari Goldwag
  3. Bastille
  4. Big Data
  5. The Black Keys
  6. Blur
  7. Britney Spears
  8. The Chemical Brothers
  9. Fiona Apple
  10. Haim
  11. Jake Bugg
  12. Kylie Minogue
  13. Lenny Kravitz
  14. Phantogram
  15. Saint Motel
  16. She & Him
  17. Spice Girls
  18. Talking Heads

Links from Last Week:

  1. I hosted #ILikeToWatch on twitter.  Here’s the playlist that I put together for the big event!
  2. I reviewed the finale of Survivor for the Reality TV Chat Blog!
  3. On my music site, I shared songs from Berlin, Louis Armstrong, Bastille, Haim, Spice Girls, Fiona Apple, and Talking Heads.
  4. On her photography site, Erin shared Noon, Tree, Ducks, Top of the World, Look Up, Library Fountain, and Library!
  5. ITV axes The Jeremy Kyle Show following death of participant
  6. ‘That show has ruined my life’: Jeremy Kyle guest speaks out
  7. Stan Lee’s Former Business Manager Charged With Elder Abuse Against Late Icon
  8. Robert Pattinson to Play ‘The Batman’ for Matt Reeves and Warner Bros.

Links From The Site:

  1. I shared a music videos from Kylie Minogue, Ari Goldwag, ADI, Spice Girls, The Black Keys, Lenny Kravitz, and She & HimI paid tribute to Doris Day.  I reviewed A Mother on the Edge, Hamlet, and Homekilling Queen.  I shared trailers for Westworld, The Dead Don’t Die, and Daughter of the Wolf.  I wrote about the first Oscar ceremony and I paid tribute to Terrence Malick.
  2. Erin shared the following artwork: Hundred Dollar Girl, The Bastard of Orleans, House of Fury, A Killer Among Us, Amazing Stories, The Girl, The Gold Watch, & Everything, and Death Watch!  She also took a look at the covers of the Spider and reviewed Race For Your Life, Charlie Brown!
  3. Gary paid tribute to Doris Day and Tim Conway, shared a clip of Tim Conway making Harvey Korman laugh, and wrote about National Classic Movie Day!
  4. Ryan reviewed an episode of Doom Patrol and another episode of Doom Patrol, Professors Mrs. Miniver, Filthy, and Masquerade!  He also shared his weekly reading round-up!

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

Lisa’s Week in Review: 5/6/19 — 5/12/19


Happy Mother’s Day, everyone!

Here’s my week in review:

Movies I Watched:

  1. 1969 (1988)
  2. All the King’s Men (1949)
  3. Am I A Serial Killer (2019)
  4. Another Plan From Outer Space (2018)
  5. Brave (2012)
  6. Bringing Up Baby (1938)
  7. Chappaquiddick (2018)
  8. The China Syndrome (1979)
  9. Facing the Giants (2006)
  10. From Noon Til Three (1976)
  11. The Haunting of Helen Walker (1995)
  12. Homekilling Queen (2019)
  13. Hotel Rwanda (2004)
  14. It Happened One Night (1934)
  15. The Long Riders (1980)
  16. Mr. Smith Goes To Washington (1939)
  17. My Man Godfrey (1936)
  18. Of Mice and Men (1992)
  19. The Trial (1962)
  20. The Warriors (1979)

Television Shows I Watched:

  1. 9-1-1
  2. The Amazing Race 31
  3. American Idol
  4. The Bachelorette
  5. Bar Rescue
  6. Barry
  7. Brooklyn Nine Nine
  8. Chernobyl
  9. Couples Court with the Cutlers
  10. Deadly Women
  11. Dr. Phil
  12. Face the Truth
  13. Fear They Neighbor
  14. Fosse/Verdon
  15. Friends
  16. Game of Thrones
  17. Homicide Hunter: Lt. Joe Kenda
  18. House Hunters
  19. It’s Always Sunny In Philadelphia
  20. iZombie
  21. Lauren Lake’s Paternity Court
  22. Lucifer
  23. Marvel’s Agents of SHIELD
  24. Model Killers
  25. Paradise Hotel
  26. Planet of The Apes
  27. Property Brothers
  28. Saved By The Bell
  29. Seinfeld
  30. Shipping Wars
  31. Survivor 38
  32. The Twilight Zone
  33. Twisted Fate
  34. Veep
  35. The Voice
  36. What We Do In The Shadows

Books I Read:

  1. Left to Die: Chappaquiddick Grand Jury Foreman Reveals Explosive, Never-told Before Information (2009) by Leslie H. Leland
  2. The Motion Picture Annual 1990: Covering the Films of 1989
  3. Senatorial Privilege: The Chappaquiddick Cover-Up (1988) by Leo Damore
  4. Teddy Bare: The Last of the Kennedy Clan (1971) by Zad Rust

Music To Which I Listened:

  1. Afrojack
  2. Gwen Stefani
  3. Hardwell
  4. Hrdza
  5. Icona Pop
  6. Language Arts
  7. Lenny Kravitz
  8. LPX
  9. Moby
  10. Nine Inch Nails
  11. Rebecca & Fiona

Links From Last Week:

  1. On her photography site, Erin shared: Cannisters, Tuesday Afternoon, Row of Cameras, Squirrel, Trees, and A Backyard!
  2. On my music site, I shared music from Hardwell, Hrdza, Gwen Stefani, Kermit the Frog, Yasmin Levy, Nine Inch Nails, and Ruben Ramos.
  3. I reviewed the latest episodes of The Amazing Race and Survivor!
  4. Beto’s Long History of Failing Upward
  5. Woody Allen’s ‘A Rainy Day in New York’ to Be Released in Italy
  6. Kevin Costner Angry At American Politics: ‘Shame On Us’
  7. CBS Renews Six Dramas, Including ‘Hawaii Five-0,’ ‘Bull,’ ‘SWAT’
  8. Constance Wu Says Fresh Off the Boat Renewal Is ‘Not’ Great News: I’m ‘So Upset Right Now’
  9. ‘Stranger Things’ Lawsuit Dropped on Eve of Trial
  10. STEM School students walk out of shooting vigil amid frustration
  11. Chris Hughes Is a Backstabbing Loser
  12. It’s Been 15 Years Since ‘Friends’ Ended. So Why Does It Dominate On Netflix?

Links From the Site:

  1. I shared music videos from Hrdza, Bajofondo, Kermit the Frog, Language Arts, LPX, Lenny Kravitz, and the Muppets,  I paid tribute to Orson Welles and Peggy Lipton.  I shared the opening of Touch of Evil and the trailers for American Woman and Rim of the World.  I reviewed Psycho Stripper and Another Plan From Outer Space
  2. Erin reviewed The Phenom and the covers of Gun Moll Magazine.  She shared the following artwork: Farm Hussy, The Shades of Evil, Lust for Youth, The Torrid Widow, The Tenement Kid, The Hayseed and the Hooker, and Wayward Mother.
  3. Gary reviewed Sheba, Baby, Born to Dance, and Batman at 80.
  4. Jeff shared the new Spider-Man: Far From Home trailer!
  5. Ryan posted an interview and reviewed Space Egg, The Castle of the Beast, and Tack Piano Heaven, along with sharing his weekly reading round-up!

To see what I did last week, click here!

Lisa’s Week In Review: 4/29/19 — 5/5/19


What a week.  We lost two cultural icons, the director John Singleton and the actor, Peter Mayhew.  I have to say that I was surprised and kind of touched to discover that, after starring in one of the most successful films of all time, Peter Mayhew ended up settling down in Boyd, Texas.  I’ve driven through Boyd, it’s a nice little town and, from what I’ve heard, Peter Mayhew was a nice man.

On a happier note, Happy Cinco De Mayo, everyone!  And, on a purely personal note, I feel like I’m back.  After spending last month struggling to get anything written, I feel like I have finally woken up and I’m ready to enjoy the rest of the year!  That’s the power of Avengers: Endgame, I suppose.

Have a great week everyone!  Here’s what I watched, read, and listened to this week:

Films I Watched:

  1. Avengers: Endgame (2019)
  2. Boyz N The Hood (1991)
  3. The Catcher Was A Spy (2018)
  4. Extremely Wicked, Shockingly Evil, and Vile (2019)
  5. The Kid Who Would Be King (2019)
  6. Mac and Me (1988)
  7. A Mother On The Edge (2019)
  8. Psycho Stripper (2019)
  9. The Two Face of Dr. Jekyll (1960)
  10. Zombi 2 (1979)

Television Shows I Watched:

  1. The Amazing Race 31
  2. American Justice
  3. Barry
  4. Fixer Uppers
  5. Fosse/Verdon
  6. Friends
  7. Game of Thrones
  8. It’s Always Sunny In Philadelphia
  9. King of the Hill
  10. Miss USA 2019
  11. Seinfeld
  12. Survivor 38
  13. Veep

Books I Read:

  1. A Friend is a Gift You Give Yourself (2019) by William Boyle

Music To Which I Listened:

  1. Adi Ulmansky
  2. Ali Okapov
  3. Ari Goldwag
  4. Avicii
  5. Bajofondo
  6. Benny Friedman
  7. Big Data
  8. Bob Dylan
  9. The Chemical Brothers
  10. Chingon
  11. The Coathangers
  12. ČUKI
  13. Dreams
  14. Fitz and the Tantrums
  15. Hrdza
  16. Jakalope
  17. Katy Perry
  18. Kedr Livanskiy
  19. Μαρινέλλα
  20. Moby
  21. na Casaidigh
  22. Natasza Urbańska
  23. Niway Damtie
  24. OneRepublic
  25. Отава Ё
  26. Paul White
  27. The Rumjacks
  28. Saint Motel
  29. Skrillex
  30. War
  31. Yasmin Levy
  32. Гаухартас

Links From Last Week:

  1. John Singleton dies at 51.
  2. Peter Mayhew, Star Wars Actor and Naturalized Texan, dies at 74.
  3. Sorry, Fans: ‘Avengers: Endgame’ Will Not Score Major Oscars
  4. In Conversation: Anjelica Huston
  5. Sorry, Bernie Sanders, but Disney Doesn’t Have To Apologize for Making $1.3 Billion with Avengers: Endgame
  6. Comically surreal: how Dali’s film with Marx brothers came to life
  7. How Thin-Skinned Celebrities Benefit From A Sympathetic Entertainment News Media
  8. Over on Reality TV Chat, I reviewed the latest episodes of Survivor and The Amazing Race!
  9. On my music site, I shared songs from Skrillex, Paul White, Katy Perry, Moby, more from Moby, even more from Moby, and War.
  10. On her photography site, Erin shared Courthouse, A Nice Street, Antique Cameras, Waterfall in Black and White, Pathway, Turtle, and Hawkeye Camera!

Links From The Site:

  1. Case bravely reviewed the 6th episodes of the 2nd season of Chilling Adventures of Sabrina!
  2. Erin shared the covers of Two-Fisted Detective and the following artwork: Future Science Fiction, The Blue-Haired Bombshell, Fate, My Mistress, My Death, Dressed to Kill, Circle of Desire, and Cinco De Mayo!
  3. Gary reviewed Angel and the Badman and Blood and Black Lace, along with honoring John Llewellyn Moxey.
  4. Ryan reviewed Credo, The Elements of Rough Volume 2, Two Stories, Is This How You See Me, and Doom Patrol, along with sharing his weekly reading round-up.
  5. I shared music videos from The Coathangers, Moby, Marshmello, OneRepublic, Fitz and the Tantrums, more from Moby, and even more from Moby.  I also paid tribute to Wes Anderson, Audrey Hepburn, and Cinco De Mayo.  Finally, I reviewed Avengers: Endgame, The Curse of La Llorona, A Dog’s Way Home, The Catcher Was A Spy, and Extremely Wicked, Shockingly Evil, and Vile!

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

Have a great week everyone!

Lisa’s Week In Review: 4/22/19 — 4/28/19


I seriously need a “I Survived The Battle Of Winterfell” t-shirt.  As I sit here typing this, I just finished watching Game of Thrones and I am mentally and physically exhausted.  Seriously, I thought sitting through five presidential town halls in a row was difficult but watching Klobuchar, Sanders, Harris, Buttigieg, and Warren is nothing when compared to visiting Westeros in winter.

Tomorrow, I’ll continue to be traumatized by pop culture by seeing Avengers: Endgame.  Here’s what else I watched, read, and listened to last week:

Movies I Watched:

  1. Ant-Man and the Wasp (2018)
  2. Apostle Peter and the Last Supper (2012)
  3. The Avengers (2012)
  4. Bram Stoker’s Dracula (1974)
  5. The Curse of La Llorona (2019)
  6. A Dog’s Way Home (2019)
  7. Hulk (2003)
  8. The Incredible Hulk (2008)
  9. Iron Man (2008)
  10. The Legend of Cocaine Island (2019)
  11. Mr. Death: The Rise and Fall of Fred A. Leutcher, Jr. (1999)
  12. Space Mutiny (1988)
  13. Thor: Ragnarok (2017)

Television Shows I Watched:

  1. 9-1-1
  2. The Amazing Race 31
  3. American Idol
  4. Barry
  5. CNN Presidential Town Hall with Amy Klobuchar
  6. CNN Presidential Town Hall with Bernie Sanders
  7. CNN Presidential Town Hall with Elizabeth Warren
  8. CNN Presidential Town Hall with Kamala Harris
  9. CNN Presidential Town Hall with Pete Buttigieg
  10. Doctor Phil
  11. Face the Truth
  12. Game of Thrones
  13. Fosse/Verdon
  14. Friends
  15. King of the Hill
  16. Night Gallery
  17. Project Runway
  18. Seinfeld
  19. Shipping Wars
  20. Survivor 38
  21. Veep
  22. The Voice
  23. World of Dance

Books I Read:

  1. Misadventures with My Ex (2019) by Shayla Black
  2. Sherwood (2019) by Meagan Spooner

Music To Which I Listened:

  1. Above & Beyond
  2. Aoki
  3. Armin van Buuren
  4. Avicii
  5. Big Data
  6. The Chainsmokers
  7. The Chemical Brothers
  8. Daft Punk
  9. Deadmau5
  10. Icona Pop
  11. The Magician
  12. Martin Garrix
  13. M4SONIC
  14. Miami Horror
  15. Morgan Page
  16. Radiohead
  17. Rebecca & Fiona
  18. Taylor Swift
  19. Tiesto
  20. UPSAHL
  21. Viktoria Liv
  22. Yaeger

Links from Last Week:

  1. For Reality TV Chat, I reviewed the latest episodes of Survivor and The Amazing Race!
  2. On her photography site, Erin shared Center, Fiesta, Leaves, Shoes On A Wire, Pool in Black and White, Cameras, and The Hotel Lawrence.
  3. On my music site, I sahred music from Martin Garrix, Radiohead, Tiesto, Above & Beyond, M4SONIC, The Magician, and Miami Horror.
  4. Mad About Bari Weiss
  5. A Republic Too Fractured to Be Funny: The White House Correspondents’ Dinner suggests that stand-up joke telling is an art form whose moment has passed.
  6. ‘CBS Has a White Problem’: Executive Blasts Toxic Culture at Network in Explosive Letter
  7. How Tina Fey’s 30 Rock Predicted The Rise of Trump
  8. Jussie Smollett has been suffering violent “night terrors” since his fake hate crime, brother says

Links From the Site:

  1. I shared music videos from Steve Aoki, Viktoria Liv, Icona Pop, Yaeger, Rebecca & Fiona, Morgan Page, and The Chainsmokers.  I also reviewed Mr. Death and shared the trailers for See You Yesterday, Gemini Man, and 21 Bridges.
  2. Case reviewed the Chilling Adventures of Sabrina!
  3. Erin shared the following artwork: The Earthbreakers, Love Me and Die, The Blue Atom, Dime Detective Magazine, Detective Fiction Weekly, The Cosmic Puppets, and Shameless Play-girl.
  4. Gary cleaned out his DVR, wrote about Andy and Edie, and shared an editorial about classic Hollywood and the historical perspective.
  5. Ryan reviewed Avengers: Endgame, Doom Patrol, and Urscape, along with sharing his weekly reading round-up.

Click here to check out last week!

Editorial: On Classic Hollywood and Historical Perspective


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TRIGGER WARNING: Tonight’s post has been cancelled so I can present the following editorial. All views expressed are mine alone. Not all of you will agree with me. If you’re too sensitive, please just keep it moving. For the rest of you, read on…  

*sigh* I shouldn’t even have to be writing this. 

The New York Yankees baseball  team have stopped playing Kate Smith’s immortal “God Bless America” at their games. Hockey’s Philadelphia Flyers have followed suit, and Philly’s Wells Fargo Arena has gone so far as to  remove a statue of Ms. Smith from the premises. Meanwhile, at Kentucky’s Bowling Green University, plans are afoot to rename the Gish Sisters Movie Theater, named after pioneering film stars Lillian and Dorothy Gish.

What’s going on here, you may well ask?

Let’s start with the venerable Kate Smith. For those of you unfamiliar, Kate Smith was a popular songstress whose…

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Lisa’s Week In Review — 4/15/19 — 4/21/19


On Monday afternoon, I looked up at the television in my office and I saw the sight of Notre-Dame Cathedral de Paris on fire.

As a lover of history and a lover of art and, yes, as someone raised Catholic, the sight broke my heart.  When Jeff and I were in the UK last November, we had actually made plans to cross the channel spend a day in Paris and, certainly, we were looking forward to visiting Notre-Dame.  Unfortunately, because of the rioting that was going on during that time, we had to change our plans.  As I watched Notre-Dame burn, I realized that, regardless of whether the structure was saved or not, history was dying on the screen in front of me.  When I saw the spire fall, tears came to my mismatched eyes.

And yet, when the fire was finally extinguished, there was good news to go with the bad.  The relics had been saved.  The statues that were normally on the spire had been removed before the fire.  There was damage.  There was loss.  But, thanks to bravery of the firefighters and a determined priest, so much had been saved!  For many of us, the photo below seemed to sum up the aftermath of the Notre-Dame fire:

Now, seven days after the fire at Notre-Dame Cathedral, I am again heart-broken, this time for the victims of the terrorist bombings in Sri Lanka.  On Easter Sunday, three churches and three hotels were bombed.  As of right now, the death toll stands at 215, with over 400 injured.  It’s hard to know what to say when confronted with such evil.

As for me, I spent this Easter weekend with my sisters and it felt good and right for everyone to be back together for a few days.  I managed to get through Easter Vigil without setting anyone’s hair on fire and. even more importantly, without anyone setting my hair on fire, and, for that, I am thankful.  This was a week in which I saw both the best and the worst of humanity.  Hopefully, next week will feature more of the former and less of the latter.

Here’s what I watched, read, and listened to:

Films I Watched:

  1. The Bible: In the Beginning….. (1966)
  2. Gilda (1946)
  3. Glory (1989)
  4. The Hitch-Hiker (1953)
  5. Hollow Triumph (1948)
  6. Jesus Christ Superstar (1973)
  7. King of Kings (1961)
  8. Paparazzi (2004)
  9. Prom Night (1980)
  10. Rebel Without A Cause (1955)
  11. The Resurrection of Gavin Stone (2017)
  12. The Shoes of a Fisherman (1968)
  13. Suddenly (1954)
  14. The Ten Commandments (1956)

Television Shows I Watched:

  1. 9-1-1
  2. The Amazing Race 31
  3. American Idol
  4. A.P. Bio
  5. Barry
  6. Brooklyn Nine Nine
  7. California Dreams
  8. Call the Midwife
  9. Chilling Adventures of Sabrina
  10. Couples Court with the Cutlers
  11. Fosse/Verdon
  12. Game of Thrones
  13. Head Hunters
  14. King of the Hill
  15. Lauren Lake’s Paternity Court
  16. The Magicians
  17. Roman Empire
  18. Saved By The Bell: The New Class
  19. Superstore
  20. Survivor 38
  21. Veep
  22. The Voice
  23. World of Dance
  24. Young Sheldon

Books I Read:

  1. Andy Warhol Giant Size (2008),
  2. Chaucer’s People: Everyday Lives in Medieval England (2017) by Liza Picard

Music To Which I Listened:

  1. 50 Foot Wave
  2. Above & Beyond
  3. Afrojack
  4. Alvin Risk
  5. Arcade Fire
  6. Armin van Buuren
  7. Avicii
  8. Barry Adamson
  9. Big Data
  10. Billie Eilish
  11. Blondie
  12. Blur
  13. Bob Dylan
  14. Britney Spears
  15. Cedric Gervais
  16. The Chemical Brothers
  17. Dillon Francis
  18. DJ Judaa
  19. Fiona Apple
  20. Flight of the Conchords
  21. Fitz and the Tantrums
  22. Garbage
  23. Gary Nunan
  24. Gwen Stefani
  25. Hozier
  26. Icona Pop
  27. Jake Bugg
  28. Johnny Cash
  29. Kelly Clarkson
  30. Kitty
  31. LSD
  32. Martin Garrix
  33. Mick Jagger
  34. Microw Jupiter
  35. Nelly Futado
  36. Neon Indian
  37. Nine Inch Nails
  38. Nouveau Lounge
  39. Palmistry
  40. P!nk
  41. Radiohead
  42. Robert DeLong
  43. The Rolling Stones
  44. The Spaceship Martini
  45. Steve Aoki
  46. Talking Heads
  47. Tiesto
  48. Tomoyasu Hotei
  49. The Verve

Links From Last Week:

  1. On her photography site, Erin shared Spring Creek, Twisty Path, Bridge to the Bench, As The Sun Went Down, Rock, A View Through The Window, and Faith!
  2. At my music site, I shared music from 50 Foot Wave, Gwen Stefani, Flight of the Conchords, Nelly Furtado, Muse, Mick Jagger, and Martin Garrix.
  3. On Reality TV Chat Blog, I reviewed the latest episodes of The Amazing Race and Survivor!
  4. Notre Dame, one of Paris’s most iconic landmarks, damaged in a massive fire
  5. Notre-Dame blaze: 24 hours that rocked Paris and shocked the world
  6. The Lineup of the 72nd Cannes Film Festival
  7. Top 10 Best James Franco Performances
  8. Lorraine Warren, paranormal investigator played by Vera Farmiga in The Conjuring films, has died at 92
  9. With The Rise of Skywalker, Is Disney Backtracking on The Last Jedi?
  10. Clint Eastwood Circling ‘The Ballad Of Richard Jewell’ For Disney/Fox
  11. Meet Mujahed Kobbe, the Man Twitter Can’t Seem to Ban
  12. “You will lose everything.”: Inside the Media’s #MeToo Blacklist
  13. I Taught At Columbine. It Is Time To Speak My Truth.
  14. Wanted teen Sol Pais likely killed herself before Colorado manhunt, police say
  15. New Orleans Apologizes for 1891 Lynching of Italian-Americans
  16. A Priest Saved ‘The Body of Christ’ From Notre Dame, and NY Times Thought He Meant a Statue
  17. 15 Months of Fresh Hell Inside Facebook

Links From the Site:

  1. Erin profiled Albert Fisher and considered why we need It’s The Easter Beagle, Charlie Brown.  She shared the following artwork: Jackie Robinson, The Naked Sword, Cowgirl Romances, Fantastic Novels Magazine, Three For The Money, Watching the Sky, and Peace!
  2. Gary reviewed Chaplin’s Art of Comedy, Kentucky Kernals, Dead Men Don’t Wear Plaid, and Retreat & Decision!
  3. Patrick shared some thoughts on the current situation with the AD/AF community!
  4. Ryan reviewed All The Sad Songs, Vagabond, Cannabis, The Inspector, and Doom Patrol Episodes 9 and 10.  He also shared his weekly reading round-up!
  5. I shared music videos from Palmistry, Nine Inch Nails, Saint Motel, The Spaceship Martini, LSD, Kitty, and Johnny Cash.  I also reviewed the 4th episode of Chilling Adventures of Sabrina and Avicii: True Stories.

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Lisa’s Week In Review: 4/8/19 — 4/14/19


Game of Thrones is back so I guess I’ll be trying to keep up with all of this for the next few weeks.

Another week, another list.  Fortunately, for most of next week, I’m going to be off work for Easter so I can get caught up on all the movies that I’ve missed.  Wish me luck!

Movies I Watched:

  1. Being There (1979)
  2. The Curse of Inferno (1997)
  3. Dr. Strangelove: Or How I Learned To Stop Worrying And Love The Bomb (1964)
  4. Empire Records (1995)
  5. Love and a .45 (1994)
  6. Operation Thunderbolt (1977)
  7. Secrets in a Small Town (2019)
  8. Shag (1989)
  9. Sweet Smell of Success (1957)

Television Shows I Watched:

  1. 9-1-1
  2. American Idol
  3. A.P. Bio
  4. Barry
  5. Brooklyn Nine-Nine
  6. The Chilling Adventures of Sabrina
  7. Degrassi
  8. Doctor Phil
  9. Fosse/Verdon
  10. Game of Thrones
  11. In the Dark
  12. Jeopardy
  13. King of the Hill
  14. The Magicians
  15. Project Runway
  16. Rome: Rise and Fall of an Empire
  17. Special Unit 2
  18. Superstore
  19. Survivor 38
  20. True Detective
  21. The Twilight Zone
  22. Veep
  23. The Voice
  24. The Walking Dead
  25. What We Do In the Shadows
  26. Young Sheldon

Books I Read:

  1. After Andy: Adventures in Warhol Land (2017) by Natasha Fraser-Cassoni
  2. Fatal Reckoning (2019) by Marie Force

Music To Which I Listened:

  1. Alison Wonderland
  2. Arcade Fire
  3. Big Data
  4. The Black Keys
  5. Blanck Mass
  6. Blondie
  7. Blur
  8. Britney Spears
  9. The Chemical Brothers
  10. Coldplay
  11. Deadmau5
  12. Ella on the Road
  13. Elle King
  14. Fiona Apple
  15. Hard-Fi
  16. Kelly Moran
  17. The Killers
  18. Michael Fredo
  19. Muse
  20. Public Service Broadcasting
  21. Thomas D
  22. Tiesto
  23. Tomoyasu Hotei
  24. UPSAHL
  25. The Verve
  26. Victoria Beckham

Links From Last Week:

  1. I reviewed the latest episode of Survivor!
  2. From Erin’s photography site: Alley Trees, Alley Way, A Colorful Path, Church Path, Off The Path, Playground Path, and Path.
  3. On my music site, I shared music from Victoria Beckham, Kelly Clarkson, Britney Spears, The Killers, Hard-Fi, Arcade Fire, and Fiona Apple!
  4. From Ferguson Ink, Dispatches From The Windy City: One, Two, and Three
  5. The Awakening of Kim Kardashian West
  6. Russian film director Kirill Serebrennikov gets bail in fraud case
  7. Felicity Huffman and 12 wealthy parents plead guilty in college admissions scam
  8. Famed Character Actor Seymour Cassel Dies at 84 in Los Angeles, Oscar Nominated for John Cassavetes’s “Faces,” Appeared in “Rushmore,” Many Hits, TV Staple
  9. Jim Jarmusch zombie comedy The Dead Don’t Die to open Cannes Film Festival
  10. Hawkeye Series Starring Jeremy Renner in the Works at Disney+ 
  11. From zero to hero: how the DC cinematic universe was saved
  12. Parkland victim’s father: Traumatized students shouldn’t have been flung into politics
  13. Actor Geoffrey Rush Awarded $850,000 In Damages Over Articles Alleging #MeToo Misconduct
  14. Grease Prequel Film Rumours Leave Fans Begging: ‘Please Don’t Tell Us More’
  15. Teen Movie Hell: The Book Review
  16. ‘If You Only Watch One Anime, Watch Attack on Titan,’ Says Friend Who Has Watched Exactly One Anime

Links From The Site:

  1. Case reviewed the second episode of the second season of The Chilling Adventures of Sabrina!
  2. Erin profiled Edward Dalton Stevens and shared the following artwork: Famous Detective, Stalking the Unicorn, The Resort, Everyday Science and Mechanics, Silenced Witness, Get Me Headquarters, and The Blessing!
  3. Gary reviewed Evil Dead, Vehicle, and 99 River Street!
  4. Ryan shared last week’s weekly reading round-up and this week’s weekly reading round-up and he reviewed Doom Patrol, In The Wilderness, and 3D Sweeties!
  5. I shared music videos from The Chemical Brothers, Thomas D, Alison Wonderland, Muse, Ella on the Road, Blanck Mass, and Kelly Moran!  I shared the trailers for The Lion King, Spirits in the Dark, The Professor, and Star Wars Episode IX: The Rise of Skywalker!  And I shared my Oscar prediction for April! I also reviewed the third episode of The Chilling Adventures of Sabrina.

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