A Special April Fools Day Message From Lisa Marie Bowman, Co-Founder Of Through The Shattered Lens

Hi, everyone!

So, obviously, today is April Fools Day!  Right now, there’s a lot of angst and worry out there, over the Coronavirus pandemic, the economic collapse, and the 2020 presidential election.  There’s a lot of uncertainty and a lot of fear.  April Fools Day is a day that traditionally does not mix well with real anxiety and real fear.  Online, I’ve seen a lot of discussion about whether or not April Fools Day should be canceled this year.

My initial instinct was to say, “Yes, it should be canceled.”  In fact, I was planning on having Doc write a lengthy (but hopefully cute!) post about why you shouldn’t play any pranks on anyone today.  But the more I think about it, the less comfortable I am with the self-righteousness of the “Cancel April Fools Days” folks.  I don’t like the idea of telling anyone what they can or cannot do.  It’s not my place to do that nor is it my place to pass judgment on what you decide to do or not do this day.  My personal opinion is that you shouldn’t prank anyone today but just because you shouldn’t do something doesn’t mean that you can’t.  It’s really a decision that you have to make for yourself.

So, you know what?  Do whatever the Hell you want.

As for us, we’re heading into April.  With both the 18 Days of Paranoia and Spring Breakdown now at a close, I’m about to start a new month-long series of reviews.  I’ll be spending the next 30 days reviewing films that were produced outside of the United States.  Cinema, after all, is an international art form and great movies don’t just come out of California.  They come from all over the world.  And, of course, we’ll have all of your usual features as well.  They say that we’re heading into a tough month, as far as battling the Coronavirus is concerned.  Hopefully, we here at the TSL can provide our readers with at least a temporary escape from what currently feels like a nonstop deluge of ominous news.

Thanks for reading, stay supple, stay safe, and stay healthy!

Lisa’s Week In Review: 3/23/20 — 3/29/20

Last week, I sheltered in place.

This week, I sheltered in place.

Next week, I imagine that I will shelter in place.

This is getting annoying but at least I’m getting a lot written.

Having seasonal allergies in the middle of a Coronavirus pandemic is a whole new level of stress.  I woke up every morning congested and with a slightly sore throat and then I wait an hour to see if they go away.  Oh well.  Someday, I’ll go to a movie again.

Until then….

Films I Watched:

  1. 2020: Nostradamus (2017)
  2. A Mother Knows Worst (2020)
  3. Best Seller (1987)
  4. Betrayed (1988)
  5. The Big Fix (2018)
  6. Charles Chan At The Wax Museum (1940)
  7. Cobra (1985)
  8. Corruption (1933)
  9. Dr. Crippen (1962)
  10. Fame At A Deadly Cost (2020)
  11. A Field in England (2014)
  12. Full Confession (1939)
  13. Ghetto Freaks (1970)
  14. Gimme Shelter (1970)
  15. Grand Theft Auto Girls (2020)
  16. Is There A Killer In My Family? (2020)
  17. Marie (1985)
  18. Nancy Drew — Reporter (1939)
  19. The New Gladiators (1984)
  20. Off The Record (1939)
  21. The Organization (1971)
  22. Remember Me, Mommy (2020)
  23. The Rookie (2002)
  24. Shattered Glass (2003)
  25. They Call Me Mr. Tibbs (1970)
  26. Walk East On Beacon (1952)
  27. Way Out (1967)

Television Shows I Watched:

  1. 60 Days In
  2. Bar Rescue
  3. The Bold and the Beautiful
  4. Chappelle’s Show
  5. Chilling Adventures of Sabrina
  6. Daily Mass
  7. Dr. Phil
  8. Frasier
  9. General Hospital
  10. Ghost Whisperer
  11. The Office
  12. Survivor 40
  13. The Young and the Restless

Books I Read:

  1. The Museum of Desire (2020) by Jonathan Kellerman
  2. Under Currents (2019) by Nora Roberts
  3. Wild Child (2020) by Jordan Roberts

Music To Which I Listened:

  1. Abba
  2. Adi Ulmansky
  3. The Beatles
  4. The Black Keys
  5. Bob Dylan
  6. Britney Spears
  7. The Chemical Brothers
  8. Coldplay
  9. Francesca Michielin
  10. Jake Bugg
  11. Kedr Livanskiy
  12. The Killers
  13. Mr. Rain
  14. Muse
  15. Nine Inch Nails
  16. Phantogram
  17. Prince
  18. Rita Ora
  19. Saint Motel
  20. Selena Gomez
  21. Spice Girls
  22. UPSAHL
  23. The Zen Circus

News From Last Week:

  1. How this L.A. comedy theater botched coronavirus layoffs
  2. Animated Series Adapt to Keep Production Going Amid Industry-Wide Shutdown
  3. The Haunted Winchester Mystery House is Offering a FREE Virtual Tour While We’re All Stuck Inside
  4. David Mamet on Stuart Gordon

Links From The Site:

  1. Erin profiled R.A. Osborne and shared: Rangeland Love, Detective Action, Dime Sports Magazine, Sports Action, Squeeze Play, The Devil Thumbs a Ride, and Never Come Morning!
  2. Jeff shared a music video from The Alan Parsons Project and paid tribute to Akira Kurosawa and Mike Longo and Eric Weissberg.  He reviewed The Seniors, Tom Horn, Cobra, The Octagon, Rowdy Girls, Guilty as Charged, and Fast-Walking!
  3. Leonard reviewed Escape From New York!
  4. Patrick reminded us all to wash our hands!  Y’all better listen to him!
  5. Ryan reviewed Cold and Water and shared his weekly reading round-up!
  6. I reviewed Bar Rescue, The Quiller Memorandum, Betrayed, Best Seller, They Call Me Mister Tibbs, The Organization, Marie, Lost Girls, and Mother Knows Worst!  I shared music videos from Spice Girls, Selena Gomez, Rita Ora, Francesca Michelien, The Zen Circus, and Mr. Rain.  I ranked the films of Quentin Tarantino and paid tribute to Stuart Gordon.

More From Us:

  1. Ryan has a patreon and you should consider subscribing! 
  2. On SyFyDesigns, I shared: The Order Has Come Down and The Cats Will Always Be Here.
  3. At Sleeping Lisa, I shared: Last Night’s Weird, Work-Related Dream
  4. For Reality TV Chat Blog, I reviewed the latest episode of Survivor!
  5. At my music site, I shared music from The Beatles, ABBA, The Killers, The Black Keys, Adi Ulmansky, Bob Dylan, and Selena Gomez!
  6. At her photography site, Erin shared Dragons, The Light in the Darkness, Weeds, Creeping, Water Meter, Rent Me!, and Alley!
  7. At Pop Politics, Jeff shared: Shelter-In-Place, Late Night Lockdown Thoughts, The Only Thing Worse Than Keeping People Out Too Long…, and Richard Reeves has died!

Want to see what went on last week?  Click here!

Lisa’s Week In Review: 3/16/20 — 3/22/20

I’m stuck at home due to the Coronavirus but I’m healthy, I’m locked in with two of my favorite people and my favorite cat, and I’ve got movies to watch, books to read, and music to listen to.  So, I’m not going to complain.

Fortunately, I’ve also got this super goofy picture of Joe Biden to keep me amused:

“Folks, a reverse mortgage is just a good and safe way for seniors to protect their assets while keeping their homes….”

Seriously, it’s the little things that keep you going through a crisis.

Anyway, here’s what I watched, read, and listened to this week:

Movies That I Watched:

  1. Action Jackson (1988)
  2. Beautiful Boy (2018)
  3. Blunt, the Fourth Man (1985)
  4. The Canyons (2013)
  5. The Choppers (1961)
  6. Cuban Rebel Girls (1959)
  7. Danger on the Air (1938)
  8. Escape From Hell (2000)
  9. The Falcon and the Snowman (1985)
  10. Frances (1982)
  11. The French Connection II (1975)
  12. Magic (1978)
  13. The Neighbor in the Window (2020)
  14. New World Order (2013)
  15. The Private Files of J. Edgar Hoover (1977)
  16. The Quiller Memorandum (1966)
  17. Revenge For Daddy (2020)
  18. Scandal Sheet (1985)
  19. Sgt. Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club (1978)
  20. Street Corner (1948)
  21. Tender Mercies (1983)
  22. Tommy (1975)
  23. Wicker Park (2004)

Television Shows That I Watched:

  1. 9-1-1
  2. 60 Days In
  3. American Idol
  4. Bar Rescue
  5. Better Call Saul
  6. The Bold and the Beautiful
  7. Couples Court With The Cutlers
  8. Daily Mass
  9. Degrassi
  10. Dr. Phil
  11. Friends
  12. General Hospital
  13. Ghost Whisperer
  14. Gordon Ramsay’s 24 Hours To Hell and Back
  15. It’s a Living
  16. Lauren Lake’s Paternity Court
  17. Live PD
  18. The Love Boat
  19. Mr. Rain
  20. Saved By The Bell
  21. Seinfeld
  22. Survivor 40
  23. Twin Peaks: The Return
  24. The Voice
  25. War of the Worlds
  26. The Young and the Restless

“For people our age, a reverse mortgage is a good way to bring in some extra money while holding onto the home that you’ve worked so hard to build….”

Books That I Read:

  1. Please Kill Me: The Uncensored Oral History of Punk (1996) by Legs McNeil and Gillian McCain

Music To Which I Listened:

  1. Adi Ulmansky
  2. The Battering Ram
  3. The Beatles
  4. Big Data
  5. Blanck Mass
  6. Bloc Party
  7. Blondie
  8. Britney Spears
  9. Chelsea Wolfe
  10. The Chemical Brothers
  11. Coldplay
  12. The Cure
  13. Hardwell
  14. Hozier
  15. Jakalope
  16. Jessica Simpson
  17. The Killers
  18. Patti Smith
  19. The Ramones
  20. Rita Ora
  21. Saint Motel
  22. Spice Girls
  23. The Talking Heads
  24. Taylor Swift
  25. Television
  26. Tiesto
  27. The Who
  28. X
  29. The Zen Circus

News From Last Week:

  1. Idris Elba Tests Positive For Coronavirus
  2. Game of Thrones’ Star Kristofer Hivju Tests Positive for Coronavirus
  3. Regal Cinemas Closing All U.S. Theaters Due to Coronavirus
  4. ‘Saturday Night Live’ Postpones Next Three Shows Because of Coronavirus
  5. Amy Adams & Jennifer Garner Launch #SaveWithStories To Support Children Who Are Out Of School Due To Coronavirus Outbreak
  6. Cannes Film Festival Postponed, Late June Dates Being Considered
  7. At New York prison, Harvey Weinstein put in isolation after contracting Coronavirus

Links From Last Week:

  1. Goodbye for now.  We’ll be back.
  2. Gov. Newsom should suspend Assembly Bill 5 amid coronavirus
  3. Christopher Nolan Pens Essay Urging the Nation to Help Movie Theaters Survive

Links From The Site:

  1. Erin profiled J. Oval and shared: The Girl From Hateville, Film Fun, I’m For Hire, First Day of Spring, Wiretap!, Amazing Detective, and Mystery Stories!
  2. Doc wished everyone a happy St. Patrick’s Day!
  3. Jeff shared music videos from Judas Priest, Bruce Willis, Dread Zeppelin, Dread Zeppelin again, and William Shatner!  He reviewed Panic In Echo Park, Action Jackson, Fever, Citizen Cohn, Sworn to Justice, Time Chasers, and Criminal Law!  He helped us all wish a happy birthday to Kurt Russell, Rudy Ray Moore, Piers Haggard, and Gary Oldman!
  4. I reviewed Into The Arms of Danger, The Private Files of J. Edgar Hoover, The Falcon and the Snowman, New World Order, Scandal Sheet, Revenge For Daddy, Cuban Rebel Girls, The French Connection II, and Blunt!  I shared music videos from Miami Showband and The Kings of Connaught.  I shared a scene that I loved from Dr. No and 4 shots from 4 Spike Lee films!
  5. Necromoonyeti ranked every Studio Ghibli Film!
  6. Ryan reviewed Sleepwalking and shared his weekly reading round-up!

More From Us:

  1. I reviewed the latest episode of Survivor for the Reality TV Chat Blog!
  2. At SyFy Designs, I shared Self-Therapy and My 24-Hour Break Is Extending!
  3. On my music site, I shared songs from Saint Motel, The Battering Ram, Kay Kyser, Coldplay, Chelsea Wolfe, Rita Ora, and Britney Spears!
  4. At Pop Politics, Jeff shared: Happy St. Patrick’s Day, Bernie Loses Again, and Call It The Communist Virus.
  5. On her photography site, Erin shared: Above 2, Rooftop, Left Corner, Image 842, At Night, The Stare Part II, and Image 8402!
  6. Ryan has a patreon!  You should consider subscribing!

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

Stay safe, everyone!  Let’s help flatten that curve!

Lisa’s Week In Review: 3/9/20 — 3/15/20

Well, it’s been quite a week, hasn’t it?

Due to the whole coronavirus thing, I am going to be working from home for a month!  Believe it or not, I actually have jury duty in about three weeks.  I’m expected to ride the train and then take a bus down to the filthiest courthouse in the city so that I can sit in a small space with a bunch of strangers just so I can be told to go home after eight hours.  I don’t think so.  I’m guessing that, with everything closing, my jury duty will probably be canceled on its own.  Let’s hope so!

(Update: It was.  An hour after I wrote this, it was announced that all civil and criminal trials have been canceled in Dallas County until May 8th.)

Anyway, at least I’ll have a lot of time to watch a lot of movies and review them.  I’ve heard some people are worried about what’s going to happen if Netflix and all the other streaming services crashes.  I’m happy to say that, down here in the Texas offices of the TSL, we have 5,000 DVDS, blu-rays, and VHS tapes.  Seriously, you should never stop buying physical media because you never know when you might need it.

Rest assured, everyone, that we here at the Shattered Lens are staying safe and taking precautions!  We hope you are too.

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

Films I Watched:

  1. 7 Deadly Sins (2019)
  2. Age of Summer (2018)
  3. Black Widow Killer (2018)
  4. Flash Gordon (1980)
  5. Friday the 13th (1980)
  6. Friday the 13th: The Final Chapter (1984)
  7. Friday the 13th: A New Beginning (1985)
  8. Friday the 13th Part 2 (1981)
  9. Friday the 13th — Part VII: The New Blood (1988)
  10. The Humanity Bureau (2017)
  11. Into the Arms of Danger (2020)
  12. Jurassic Shark (2012)
  13. Lost Girls (2020)
  14. Love & Mercy (2014)
  15. No Good Dead Goes Unpunished (2020)
  16. Road House (1989)
  17. Where Have All The People Gone? (1974)
  18. Witch’s Curse (1963)

Television Show I Watched:

  1. 9-1-1: Lone Star
  2. 60 Days In
  3. The Bachelor
  4. Bewitched
  5. Concentration
  6. Degrassi
  7. Dennis the Menace
  8. Diff’rent Strokes
  9. Dr. Phil
  10. The Facts of Life
  11. Hazel
  12. I Dream of Jeannie
  13. King of the Hill
  14. Love Is Blind
  15. Match Game 75
  16. Monty Python’s Flying Circus
  17. The Office
  18. Password
  19. Saved By The Bell
  20. The Simpsons
  21. Sunday Mass
  22. Survivor 40
  23. Tattletales
  24. That Girl
  25. Westworld

Books I Read:

  1. And All The Saints (2003) by Michael Walsh

Music To Which I Listened:

  1. Above & Beyond
  2. Active Child
  3. Afrojack
  4. Alvin Risk
  5. Aoki
  6. Apocalyptica
  7. Big Data
  8. Blanck Mass
  9. Bloc Party
  10. Britney Spears
  11. The Chemical Brothers
  12. Chromatics
  13. Dillon Francis
  14. DJ Snake
  15. Fiona Apple
  16. Hardwell
  17. MOX
  18. PVRIS
  19. Saint Motel
  20. Taylor Swift
  21. Tiesto

News From Last Week:

  1. All of the Dead Sea Scrolls at the Museum of the Bible are Forgeries 
  2. Cannes Film Festival Reportedly Turned Down Insurance To Cover Festival In Case Of Cancellation
  3. James Franco Says Misconduct Claims Are A Result Of Accusers Jumping On The #MeToo “Bandwagon”
  4. Italy’s Film and TV Industry Forges Onwards Amid Coronavirus Lockdown
  5. Paramount Pictures Launches “Paramount Presents” Label
  6. Weinstein Said Jennifer Aniston Should Be Killed
  7. Harvey Weinstein’s lawyers say he’ll die behind bars if sentenced to more than five years
  8. Inside Corey Feldman’s wild screening of his sexual abuse film as it went off the rails
  9. Harvey Weinstein sentenced to 23 years in prison
  10. Cannes Festival President: “We’ll Cancel” if Coronavirus Situation Doesn’t Improve
  11. Global Entertainment Industry Surpasses $100 Billion for the First Time Ever
  12. E3 2020 Canceled After ‘Overwhelming Concerns’ About Coronavirus
  13. Weinstein Defense Lawyer Blasts ‘Obscene’ 23-Year Prison Sentence
  14. The Bachelor Finale: Toxic Barb becomes most hated woman in America
  15. Harvey Weinstein Back in Hospital for Chest Pains, Immediately Following 23-Year Prison Sentence
  16. Tom Hanks, Rita Wilson Test Positive for Coronavirus
  17. A Quiet Place 2’ Release Delayed Amid Coronavirus Outbreak
  18. CinemaCon 2020 Canceled Over Coronavirus Concerns
  19. TCM Classic Film Festival Canceled Amid Coronavirus Outbreak
  20. Michael Avenatti is stuck in a Manhattan jail with rats and no showers.
  21. Juno Awards, Canada’s Grammys, Cancelled Due to Coronavirus Concerns
  22. All Disney Theme Parks, U.S. Universal Studios Closing Amid Coronavirus Pandemic
  23. Broadway Goes Dark Amid Coronavirus Concerns
  24. Bill Maher In Real Time Reveals ‘Real Time’ Off Indefinitely Due To Coronavirus Fears; John Oliver Going Dark After Sunday

Links from Last Week:

  1. Actually, Libertarians are the reason why you’ll probably survive this pandemic.
  2. A Century of Film: RKO
  3. These Are the People Making Porn Out of Your Favorite Childhood Memories
  4. A Tale Of Two Pandemics: Media Downplayed Swine Flu Outbreak Under Obama
  5. White Gold: Brian DePalma’s Treasure of the Sierra Madre
  6. Show Stopper: Coronavirus Sends Hollywood Into Unprecedented Crisis
  7. Two Movies That Define Today’s Democrats
  8. ‘You ruined my premiere!’: Beckinsale recalls Weinstein’s obscenity-filled rant
  9. Rocker Nick Cave Defends Old Songs From ‘Perpetually Pissed Off Coterie of Pearl-Clutchers’
  10. All the Shows and Movies Shut Down or Delayed Because of Coronavirus

Links From The Site:

  1. Ryan reviewed The Man Without Talent and Becoming Horses, along with sharing his weekly reading round-up!
  2. Patrick previewed Wives of the Skies!
  3. I shared music videos from Sergey Lazarev, The Maccabeats, MOX, Chromatics, Bee Gees, and Active Child.  I reviewed 7 Deadly Sins, Jurassic Shark, No Good Deed Goes Unpunished, The Flight that Disappeared, Black Widow Killer, Age of Summer, and The Humanity Bureau!  I paid tribute to David Cronenberg!
  4. Jeff paid tribute to Max Von Sydow, Chuck Norris, and Michael Caine!  He reviewed Murder Me, Murder You, A Force Of One, The Hitman, Deep Cover, Hard Vice, The King of Love, and Where Have All The People Gone?  He shared a music video from Twisted Sister!
  5. Doc wished y’all a happy Friday the 13th!
  6. Erin shared The Covers of Leading Western, along with So Wicked My Love, So Many Steps To Death, Sweet and Deadly, Double Indemnity, The Iron Virgin, The Sins of Joy Munson, and Inland Passage!

More From Us:

  1. Ryan has a patreon!  Please consider subscribing!
  2. At Days Without Incident, Leonard shared a song from Prince!
  3. Speaking of songs, I shared songs from the following at my music site: Active Child, PVRIS, Fiona Apple, Apocalyptica, Harry Manfredini, Bloc Party, and Tiesto and Hardwell!
  4. For the Reality TV Chat Blog, I reviewed the latest episode of Survivor!
  5. On her photography site, Erin shared: Swing, Sun and Branches, Vantage Spot, Perched, The Stare, After the Rain, and Above!
  6. On Pop Politics, Jeff shared Thoughts on the Latest Democratic Debate, Life During The Wuhan Virus and Rediscovering the Simpsons!

Want to see what was accomplished last week?  Click here!

Happy Friday the 13th From All The Humans And The Cat At The Shattered Lens

Happy Friday the 13th!

Today is the greatest Friday of the year because today is the 13th!  Some people consider Friday the 13th to be unlucky but those people have obviously never been the only virgin at a weekend party up at Camp Crystal Lake.  Ask any of them and they can tell you just how lucky Friday the 13th can be.

Today, we are aware that many of our readers may be locked away in their homes, practicing social distancing or freaking out because they’ve been watching the 24-hour news stations.  To you, we make the following suggestion: Turn off twitter.  Turn off MSNBC.  Turn off Fox.  Definitely turn off CNN.  And why not just sit back and enjoy the antics of those fun-loving kids up at Camp Crystal Lake?

In fact, in case you need help picking which movie to watch, the flame-haired one has reviewed every single one of them here on the Shattered Lens!  She personally recommends that you watch parts 1, 2, and 4 but it’s totally up to you!  Here’s some links to her reviews:

Friday the 13th

Friday the 13th Part 2

Friday the 13th Part 3

Friday The 13th: The Final Chapter

Friday the 13th: A New Beginning

Friday the 13th: Jason Lives

Friday the 13th Part VII: A New Blood

Friday the 13th Part VIII: Jason Takes Manhattan

Jason Goes To Hell: The Final Friday

Jason X

Freddy vs Jason

Friday the 13th: The Pointless Remake

And then be sure to check out: 12 Thing You May Not Have Known About Friday the 13th and then read the flame-haired one’s review of Camp Crystal Lake Memories!

The world will still be here when you get back, we promise.

Happy Friday the 13th everyone!

Lisa’s Week In Review: 3/2/20 — 3/8/20

Jeff & I are back.  This is going to be shorter week in review than usual because I’m still exhausted.  Peace be with you and have a great week.

Films I Watched:

  1. A Fall From Grace (2020)
  2. Goldfinger (1964)
  3. Lost in Translation (2003)
  4. Love Story (1970)
  5. Sand Sharks (2011)
  6. Spenser Confidential (2020)
  7. The Spring Break Murders (2011)
  8. Super Shark (2011)
  9. What Did Jack Do? (2020)
  10. What Richard Did (2012)
  11. Wonder Woman (2017)

Television Shows I Watched:

  1. 24 Hours in A&E
  2. 60 Days In
  3. The Bachelor
  4. Better Call Saul
  5. The Crystal Maze
  6. Doctor Who
  7. Downton Abbey
  8. Eastenders
  9. Masterchef
  10. Mock the Week
  11. Money For Nothing
  12. Panorama
  13. Pointless
  14. Prison
  15. Ramsay’s Kitchen Nightmares USA
  16. Ready Steady
  17. Survivor 40
  18. The Trouble with Maggie Cole
  19. The Windsors

Books I Read:

  1. Errol Flynn: The Untold Story (1980) by Charles Higham
  2. Power Play (1979) by Kenneth M. Cameron

Music To Which I Listened:

  1. Above & Beyond
  2. Blake Lewis
  3. Blanck Mass
  4. The Chemical Brothers
  5. Chromatics
  6. Icona Pop
  7. Junkie XL
  8. Shakira
  9. Skylar Grey

News From Last Week:

  1. SXSW has been cancelled due to Coronavirus fears.

Links From Last Week:

  1. Happy International Women’s Day

Links From The Site:

  1. Erin shared the Covers of Private Detective Stories and Texas Flag, The Shame of Mary Quinn, The Near Nudes, My Brother’s Wife, Lust For Love, The Gathering Darkness, and Turn Your Clock Forward!
  2. Jeff paid tribute to Hal Needham and Robert Clouse!  He reviewed Journey to the Far Side of the Sun, The Cop in Blue Jeans, Not Another Mistake, A Real American Hero, The Hit List, Double Jeopardy, and The Great Northfield Minnesota Raid.  He shared music videos from The Rolling Stones, the Beastie Boys, and Public Image Ltd.
  3. Ryan reviewed Goblin Girl and J&K and he shared his weekly reading round-up!
  4. I shared music videos from Shakira, Blake Lewis, Hal Ketchum, and Johnny Lee & Lane Brody!  I paid tribute to the one and only Jean Harlow!  I reviewed The Ghost In The Invisible Bikini, The Sand, Super Shark, Long Weekend, The Spring Break Murders, Sand Sharks, and Spenser Confidential!

More From Us:

  1. Ryan has a patreon.  You should consider subscribing!
  2. At Pop Politics, Jeff shared Checking In, Part Deux!
  3. For the Reality TV Chat Blog, Erin reviewed the latest episode of Survivor!
  4. At her photography site Erin shared The Sky Today, Purple, Yellow, Soon To Be Blown Away, Green, Tree and Sun, and Ladder!
  5. On my music site, I shared songs from Bing Crosby, The Chemical Brothers, Blanck Mass, Blake Lewis, Little Texas, and Skylar Grey, and Chromatics.

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