Lisa’s Week In Review: 7/9/18 — 7/15/18


What a week it’s been!  We had the second Friday the 13th of 2018 and I hope everyone enjoyed it because it’s going to be 14 months before we have another one.  Hopefully, people will be smart enough to spend those 14 months making sure that their local camp ground is a Jason-free zone.

I spent three days on Alabama and, due to bad weather, I nearly didn’t make it back home.  (My flight was diverted to Ft. Smith due to thunderstorms in Dallas.  I lived in Fort Smith for a few months when I was a child and I still have friend and family so it wasn’t a big deal to me but I think the other passengers were on the verge of rioting.  Seriously, people get upset over the tiniest of things….)  Still, despite all that, I managed to get quite a bit watched and read last week.

Movies I Watched:

  1. 6 Balloons (2018)
  2. Americana (1973)
  3. Anger Management (2003)
  4. Attack of the Eye Creatures (1965)
  5. Counterfeiting in Suburbia (2018)
  6. Crossroads (2002)
  7. Evita (1996)
  8. Family Vanished (2018)
  9. A Field in England (2013)
  10. Killer Caregiver (2018)
  11. Lost River (2015)
  12. My Husband’s Double Life (2018)
  13. My Husband’s Secret Life (2018)
  14. The Spy Who Sexed Me (2017)
  15. The Swarm (1978)
  16. The Tale (2018)
  17. What If…. (2010)
  18. X, Y, and Zee (1972)

Television Shows I Watched:

  1. Ask the Undertaker
  2. The Bachelorette
  3. Bar Rescue
  4. Big Brother 20
  5. Big Brother After Dark
  6. Cheaters
  7. House Hunters
  8. It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia
  9. King of the Hill
  10. Kitchen Nightmares
  11. Last Call With Carson Daly
  12. Married at First Sight
  13. Mita y mita
  14. Murder Comes To Town
  15. Picnic at Hanging Rock
  16. Twin Peaks: The Return
  17. The Wonderland Murders

Books I Read:

  1. Animal Farm (1945) by George Orwell
  2. Hating You, Love You (2018) by Cyrstal Kaswell
  3. I Ran Against Jimmy Carter (1979) by Stanley Arnold
  4. Mistake of Magic (2018) by Alex Lidell
  5. A New Beginning (1980) by Ed Clark
  6. A People History of the Vampire Uprising (2018) by Raymond A. Villareal

Music To Which I Listened:

  1. Big Data
  2. Bob Dylan
  3. The Chemical Brothers
  4. DJ Judaa
  5. Elle King
  6. Fitz and the Tantrums
  7. Froggy Fresh
  8. Iggy Pop
  9. Jackalope
  10. Jamie Liddell
  11. Joywave
  12. Keenan West
  13. Kongos
  14. Lynard Skynard
  15. Moby
  16. Muse
  17. Pixies
  18. Robert De Long
  19. Saint Motel
  20. Sleigh Bells
  21. Underworld
  22. Yelawolf

Links From Last Week:

  1. On her photography site, check out these clouds!
  2. Variety says these were the bigest Emmy snubs and surprises.  Twin Peaks is the only snub that matters.
  3. From Ferguson Ink, Books That For One Reason Or Another Stay On My Desk
  4. Zombieland 2 confirmed for October 2019!
  5. From Nighthawk News, A Century of Film: Supporting Actor
  6. How To Make A Good Movie Sequel
  7. The Horror of Party Beach is coming to Blu-Ray!
  8. Jim Jarmusch is Making a Zombie Movie With Bill Murray, Adam Driver, and Tilda Swinton
  9. The Creeping Progressiveness of It’s Always Sunny In Philadelphia
  10. From my music site, here’s the love theme from Friday 13th!
  11. Meet Dr. Eugene Gu and his girlfriend, Eugene Gu?

Links From The Site:

  1. Erin profiled the artist Frank Cozzarelli!
  2. Jeff reviewed Americana and gave us our weekly trailer round-up!
  3. Doc wished everyone a happy Friday the 13th!
  4. Gary reviewed Cotton Comes To Harlem, The Two Mrs. Carrolls, Bikini Beach, Pajama Party, and Retro Fan Magazine!
  5. Ryan reviewed Roopert and the Strange, along with sharing his weekly reading round-up!
  6. I shared my personal Emmy nominations!
  7. In honor of Friday the 13th, here’s my 12 Things You May Or May Not Have Known About Friday the 13th!

Lisa’s Week In Review: 7/2/18 — 7/8/18


I always have such mixed feelings about July.  I hate the heat but I enjoy writing about Big Brother for the Big Brother Blog.  I also love celebrating the 4th of July and this year, there was actually a nice breeze blowing on the 4th.  The 4th brought together two things that I love: family and illegal fireworks.

Here’s what little I got accomplished this week:

Movies I Watched:

  1. For Your Eyes Only (1981)
  2. The Godfather (1972)
  3. The Howling (2018)
  4. Jaws 3 (1983)
  5. Love, Simon (2018)
  6. Octopussy (1983)
  7. Robot Monster (1953)
  8. Room For Murder (2018)

Television Show I Watched:

  1. Antiques Roadshow
  2. The Bachelorette
  3. Big Brother 20
  4. Big Brother After Dark
  5. Community
  6. Degrassi
  7. Fear Thy Neighbor
  8. Ghost Whisperer
  9. Intervention
  10. It’s Always Sunny In Philadelphia
  11. King of the Hill
  12. Married With Secrets
  13. The Proposal
  14. Sharp Objects
  15. Young Sheldon

Books I Read

  1. The Infernal Library: On Dictators, The Books They Wrote, and Other Catastrophes of Literature (2018) by Daniel Kalder
  2. Lincoln’s Last Trial: The Murder Case That Propelled Him To The Presidency (2018) by Dan Abrams and David Fisher
  3. The Price of Greatness: Alexander Hamilton, James Madison, and the Creation of American Oligarchy (2018) by Jay Cost

Music To Which I Listened:

  1. Avicii
  2. Big Data
  3. Charli XCX
  4. Chelsea Bain
  5. The Chemical Brothers
  6. Coldplay
  7. Craig Morgan
  8. The Crystal Method
  9. Dillon Francis
  10. DJ Judaa
  11. Eliad
  12. The Grandells
  13. Icona Pop
  14. Iggy Azalea
  15. Jakalope
  16. Jay Hardway
  17. Kaskade
  18. Kedr Levanskiy
  19. Lynard Skynard
  20. Martin Garrix
  21. Moby
  22. Muse
  23. Nechi Nech
  24. No Doubt
  25. Phantogram
  26. Rebecca & Fiona
  27. The Richardson Symphony Orchestra
  28. Robert DeLong
  29. Sleigh Bells
  30. Sneaky Sound System
  31. Strong Black Coffee
  32. Taylor Swift
  33. Tiesto
  34. twenty one pilots
  35. Victoria Justice
  36. Yahel

Links From Last Week

  1. On her photography site, Erin shared a picture of White Rock Lake in December.
  2. At Days Without Incident, Leonard wished everyone a Happy Independence Day!
  3. The Onion, Clickhole, A.V. Club brace for lay-offs.
  4. From the New York Times (which, admittedly, is not a news source that we typically have much use for in my part of the world):  HBO Must Get Bigger and Broader, Says Its New Overseer
  5. Derrrick Ferguson reviewed Ant-Man and The Wasp!
  6. Sean E. Ali doubles down on VEGAS HEIST!
  7. Tater shares his “month or so in book, movies, and television!”
  8. And finally, here’s some flash fiction from Ted Strutz!

Links From The Site

  1. Erin has a busy week!  She profiled Paul Stahr and Carol M. Highsmith.  She shared a collection of patriotic super heroes and also showcased “American” pulp.  Finally, with the help of John Wayne, she wished America a happy birthday!
  2. Gary also has a busy week.  He wished Olivia De Havilland a happy birthday!  He helped me celebrate American Redneck Day!  He celebrated Independence Day with the help of Ray Charles!  He took a look at Tomahawk’s fight for independence!  He reviewed The Sea Hawk, Dressed to Kill, and Dial M For Murder!  He took a look at Safety Dance!  And finally, he paid tribute to Steve Ditko!
  3. Jeff reviewed Baby Blue Marine and Americathon!  He also shared a music video from Elvis Costello and paid tribute to Steve Ditko!  He also gave us our weekly trailer round-up!
  4. Ryan reviewed the Book of Daze and paid tribute to Steve Ditko!  He also shared his weekly reading round-up!
  5. I celebrated Canada Day and American Redneck Day!  And, of course, I gave everyone some unsolicited advice for the 4th!

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

Have a great week everyone!

Lisa’s Week In Review: 6/25/18 — 7/1/18


Love you, Canada!

First off, Happy Canada Day!  And happy birthday to TSL contributor, Patrick Smith!

This week, I started my summer job as a writer over at the Big Brother Blog so, for the next few weeks, it’s going to be a struggle for me to balance my duties over there with my writing over here.  That’s not a complaint, of course.  I love the struggle.  If I didn’t, I wouldn’t still be doing all of this.

Anyway, we are halfway through 2018 and I really need to get caught up.  I’ve been taking it easy for the first six months.

Here’s what I accomplished this week:

Movies I Watched

  1. Beyond the Bermuda Triangle (1975)
  2. Cohen and Tate (1989)
  3. Hidden Agenda (1990)
  4. I Can Only Imagine (2018)
  5. Lisa (1990)
  6. Prom Night (1980)
  7. Scanners (1981)
  8. Shattered (1991)
  9. Sherlock Gnomes (2018)
  10. Terminal Island (1973)
  11. Uncommon (2015)

Television Shows I Watched

  1. The Bachelorette
  2. Big Brother 20
  3. Big Brother After Dark
  4. Degrassi
  5. Ghost Whisperer
  6. It’s Always Sunny In Philadelphia
  7. King of the Hill
  8. Night Gallery
  9. The Proposal
  10. Westworld

Books I Read

  1. Famous For 15 Minutes: My Years With Andy Warhol (1988) by Ultra Violet
  2. Reflections: An Oral History of Twin Peaks (2014) by Brad Dukes
  3. Take The Lead (2017) by Alexis Daria

Music to Which I Listened

  1. Above & Beyond
  2. Adam Rickfors
  3. Adi Ulmansky
  4. Afrojack
  5. Alvin Risk
  6. Amy Winehouse
  7. Arcade Fire
  8. Armin van Buuren
  9. Avicii
  10. Avril Lavigne
  11. Big Data
  12. The Black Keys
  13. Blanck Mass
  14. Bloc Party
  15. Bob Dylan
  16. Britney Spears
  17. Cage the Elephant
  18. Calvin Harris
  19. Cedric Gervais
  20. Carli XCX
  21. The Chemical Brothers
  22. Coldplay
  23. Crud
  24. The Cyrstal Method
  25. Daft Punk
  26. Die Antwoord
  27. Dillon Francis
  28. Drake
  29. Fatboy Slim
  30. Fitz and the Tantrums
  31. Goblin
  32. Icona Pop
  33. Jakalope
  34. Josh Cumbee
  35. Kedr Livanskiy
  36. Kelly Clarkson
  37. Lil Xan
  38. Michael Fredo
  39. Moby
  40. Muse
  41. No Doubt
  42. Panic! at the Disco
  43. The Real Tuesday Weld
  44. Rich White
  45. The Robber Who Robbed The Town
  46. The Rolling Stones
  47. Siouxsie and the Banshees
  48. Skrillex
  49. Sleigh Bells
  50. Steve Ibsen
  51. Taking Back Sunday
  52. t.a.T.u.
  53. Taylor Swift
  54. The Merry Ploughboys
  55. The Ting Tings
  56. Twin Shadow

Links From Last Week:

  1. Books Where The Dog Dies, Rewrittne So The Dog Doesn’t Die
  2. On her photography site, Erin shared a picture of a lake!

Links From The Site:

  1. Erin profiled artist Malvin Singer.
  2. Gary reviewed The Man Who Cheated Himself, Bobbie Jo & The Outlaw, and In The Summertime, along with paying tribute to Olivia De Havilland.
  3. Pantsukudasai56 shared some anime you should be watching!
  4. Ryan reviewed Dark Forest and Troubled Mankind of the Modern South, along with sharing his weekly reading round-up!
  5. Jeff gave us our weekly trailer round-up!
  6. As for me, I didn’t do nearly enough but I’ll make up for that over the next 6 months!

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

Have a great week, lovers!

 

 

 

Lisa’s Week In Review: 6/18/18 — 6/24/18


Another brutally hot week comes to a close!

I ended up taking a break from twitter this week.  That’s something I do whenever people start to get on my nerves.  On Wednesday, at 5, I announced that I would return in 24 hours and then I stayed away until Friday.  Those 24 hours easily became 48.  And while it may not have made people any more civil, being away from all of that negative crap certainly did me a world of good!

We’re almost halfway through 2018.  I may be alone in this but, with the exception of that month when I was battling the world’s worst allergies, my year’s been pretty good so far.  Let’s hope that trend continues.

Movies I Watched:

  1. Against All Odds (1984)
  2. Annihilation (2018)
  3. Battle For The Planet of the Apes (1973)
  4. Beneath the Planet of the Apes (1970)
  5. Courageous (2011)
  6. Conquest of the Planet of the Apes (1972)
  7. Dangerous Seduction (2018)
  8. The Day The Fish Came Out (1967)
  9. Deceiver (1997)
  10. Did I Kill My Mother? (2018)
  11. Escape From The Planet of the Apes (1971)
  12. Gimme Shelter (1970)
  13. I Killed My BFF: The Preacher’s Daughter (2018)
  14. Lethal Admirer (2018)
  15. Liquid Sky (1982)
  16. Night Watch (1973)
  17. Planet of the Apes (1968)
  18. Prescription For Danger (2018)
  19. Punchline (1988)
  20. Tracks (1976)
  21. Unforgettable (1996)
  22. A Wrinkle In Time (2018)
  23. The Wrong Daughter (2018)
  24. Zydereen on Neptune (1955)

Television Shows I Watched:

  1. Alias Grace
  2. The Bachelorette
  3. Degrassi
  4. GLOW
  5. Gordon Ramsay’s 24 Hours To Hell and Back
  6. It’s Always Sunny In Philadelphia
  7. King of the Hill
  8. Masterchef
  9. The Portrait
  10. The Proposal
  11. Saved By The Bell — The Jessie’s Song episode!
  12. We Speak Dance
  13. Westworld

Books I Read:

  1. Colonel Sun (1968) by Kingsley Amis
  2. Dewey: The Small Town Library Cat Who Touched The World (2008) by Vicki Myron with Bret Witter
  3. The PGA Tour: A Look Behind The Scenes (2003) by Dick Durrance II
  4. To Catch A Cat (2000) by Marian Babson
  5. Wicked Abyss (2017) by Kresley Cole

Music To Which I Listened

  1. Ali Tamposi
  2. Avicii
  3. Bloc Party
  4. Britney Spears
  5. Calvin Harris
  6. Cedric Gervais
  7. The Chemical Brothers
  8. Die Antwoord
  9. DJ Snake
  10. Drake
  11. George Maple
  12. Howard Jones
  13. Jakalope
  14. Jake Bugg
  15. Kedr Livanskiy
  16. Mick Jagger
  17. Panic! at the Disco
  18. Phil Collins
  19. The Rolling Stones
  20. R3HAB
  21. Skrillex
  22. Swedish House Mafia
  23. Taylor Swift
  24. Underworld

Links From Last Week

  1. On Sleeping Lisa, I shared a dream about the Alamo Drafthouse!
  2. On SyFy Designs, I both paid tribute to Koko the Gorilla and wrote about my latest twitter break.
  3. On her photography site, Erin shared a picture of the sun shining in!
  4. Have you ever wanted a Pennywise key chain?  Read out about them on Horrorpedia!
  5. From John Coyote: Big Sur Meditation!
  6. From John Rieber: Is This The WORST Song Of All Time? “Baby, I’m-A Not Kidding”! Toast This Stale Bread!

Links From The Site

  1. Erin presented even more covers from Paul Rader!
  2. Gary reviews Boys’ Night Out, Libeled Lady, Everything You Always Wanted To Know About Sex But We’re Afraid To Ask, and Noir!  He also paid tribute to Maria Rohm!
  3. Ryan reviewed Land of the Sons and Solo! He also shared his week reading round-up!
  4. I wished the great Daria Nicolodi a happy birthday!

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

Lisa’s Week in Review: 6/11/18 — 6/17/18


Everyone but me is excited about the World Cup.  (Especially Alexandre Rothier!)  Here’s my feeling towards soccer:

In other news, this was another busy week so I didn’t get to do, watch, read, or write as much as I wanted to.  I was going to take some time here to write about the horror of getting stung by a fire ant while running around barefoot on Friday but then I learned that the TSL’s own Patrick Smith got bitten by a (nonvenomous) snake on Saturday and that kind of put everything in perspective.  Oh, and don’t worry, Pat survived!

Movies I Watched:

  1. Absolute Beginners (1986)
  2. The Book of Love (2016)
  3. Cropsey (2009)
  4. The Eyes of Laura Mars (1978)
  5. Ferris Bueller’s Day Off (1986)
  6. Jaws 2 (1978)
  7. Kansas (1988)
  8. Less Than Zero (1987)
  9. Lost River (2015)
  10. Megiddo: The Omega Code 2 (2001)
  11. Over The Top (1987)
  12. Pharaoh’s Curse (1957)
  13. Psycho Ex-Girlfriend (2018)
  14. The Trial of Billy Jack (1974)
  15. What Haunts Us (2018)
  16. The Wrong Son (2018)

Television Shows I Watched:

  1. Archer
  2. The Bachelorette
  3. Crime Watch Daily
  4. The Crown
  5. Degrassi
  6. Genius
  7. Ghost Whisperer
  8. Gordon Ramsay’s 24 Hours To Hell and Back
  9. Intervention
  10. It’s Always Sunny In Philadelphia
  11. King of the Hill
  12. Legion
  13. Masterchef
  14. One Day At A Time
  15. Twin Peaks
  16. Twin Peaks: The Return

Books I Read:

  1. Baal (1978) by Robert McCammon
  2. Gable and Lombard (1974) by Warren Harris
  3. Night of the Living Dead: Behind the Scenes Of The Most Terrifying Movie Ever (2010) by Joe Kane

Music To Which I Listened:

  1. Adam Rickfors
  2. Adi Ulmansky
  3. Afrojack
  4. Angelo Badalamenti
  5. Arcade Fire
  6. Avicii
  7. The Black Keys
  8. Bob Dylan
  9. Calvin Harris
  10. Camila Cabello
  11. The Chemical Brothers
  12. Drake
  13. Icona Pop
  14. Jake Bugg
  15. Jakalope
  16. Julia Michaels
  17. Kedr Livanskiy
  18. Moby
  19. Robert DeLong
  20. Saint Motel
  21. St. Vincent
  22. Talking Heads
  23. Taylor Swift
  24. The Ting Tings
  25. Underworld

Links From Last Week:

  1. Is Degrassi: Next Class Renewed or Canceled?
  2. The 2018 Emmy Ballot!  Click here to see who and what has been submitted for Emmy consideration!
  3. I’m pretty sure that I can spot Robert De Niro in this picture.
  4. I shared a dream about the theater!  I also shared a recurring dream that I have about skipping school.

Links From The Site:

  1. Erin profiled the artist William Timmins!
  2. Gary reviewed 3 Randolph Scott films — The Tall T, Ride Lonesome, and Comanche Station — and took a look at a TV show called TJ Hooker!
  3. Jeff paid tribute to Martin Bregman and the opening scene of Scarface, along with sharing a round-up of the week’s film trailers and his 12 favorite trailers from E3!
  4. Ryan reviewed The Agency, Soft X-Ray/Mindhunters, and Sabrina, along with sharing his weekly reading round-up!

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

Lisa’s Week in Review: 6/4/18 — 6/10/18


I could go on and on about everything that went wrong this week but instead, I’ll just commit myself to making next week better for me and everyone else!  Peace be with you.

Movies I Watched

  1. Bad Lieutenant (1992)
  2. Barton Fink (1991)
  3. Cafe Flesh (1982)
  4. Defense of the Realm (1986)
  5. The Departed (2006)
  6. Desperate Hours (1990)
  7. Donnie Brasco (1997)
  8. The End of Violence (1997)
  9. Evidence of Blood (1998)
  10. The French Lieutenant’s Woman (1981)
  11. Horror Island (1941)
  12. In The Time of the Butterflies (2001)
  13. The LEGO Movie (2014)
  14. The LEGO Batman Movie (2017)
  15. The Man In The Iron Mask (1998)
  16. Paparazzi (2004)
  17. Rosemary’s Baby (1968)
  18. The Son’s Room (2001)
  19. Stalked By My Doctor (2015)
  20. Stalked By My Doctor: The Return (2016)
  21. Stalked By My Doctor: Patient’s Revenge (2018)
  22. Suspiria (1977)

Television Shows I Watched

  1. Archer
  2. The Bachelorette
  3. Dance Moms
  4. Doctor Phil
  5. Fear The Walking Dead
  6. Ghost Whisperer
  7. Intervention
  8. It’s Always Sunny In Philadelphia
  9. King of the Hill
  10. Legion
  11. Murder Comes To Town
  12. Saved By The Bell
  13. Succession
  14. Westworld

Books I Read

  1. Atticus Finch (2018) by Joseph Crespino
  2. Bachelor Nation (2018) by Amy Kaufman
  3. The Echo Killing (2018) by Christi Daugherty

Music To Which I Listened

  1. Above & Beyond
  2. Adi Ulmansky
  3. Avicii
  4. Big Data
  5. Britney Spears
  6. Calvin Harris
  7. Chelsea Jade
  8. The Chemical Brothers
  9. Confidence Man
  10. The Crystal Method
  11. David Strange
  12. Dillon Francis
  13. Dropkick Murphys
  14. Fiona Apple
  15. Godhead
  16. Haim
  17. Jakalope
  18. Kedr Livanskiy
  19. The Killers
  20. Moby
  21. Muse
  22. Phantogram
  23. Saint Motel
  24. Sleigh Bells
  25. Summer Cannibals
  26. Talking Heads
  27. Taylor Swift
  28. Zack Attack

Links From Last Week

  1. Anthony Bourdain’s Extreme Empathy
  2. Anthony Bourdain, Kate Spade, And The Question of Why
  3. The Rise and Rise of Suicide: We Must Remove The Stigma of Mental Illness
  4. I shared a dream about ants.
  5. On her photography site, my sister shared a picture of the roadwork that started in March and is apparently never going to end.

Links From The Site

  1. I shared my monthly Oscar predictions and paid tribute to the first “Bond girl,” Eunice Grayson!
  2. Erin took a look at the work of Bradshaw Crandell and the covers of Speakeasy Stories!
  3. Gary reviewed Safe In Hell, Three Men On A Horse, the song “Smell of Incense,” and Thirteen Women!
  4. Ryan reviewed The Ideal Copy and Poochytown and shared his weekly reading round-up!

Want to see what I watched, read, and listened to last week?  Click here!

Lisa’s Week In Review — 5/28/18 — 6/3/18


What a week!  A news cycle dominated by Roseanne Barr, Samantha Bee, and Joy Reid served to remind us that we live in a world full of stupid people.  Meanwhile, down here in Texas, the temperature shot up to the triple digits and I’ve still got about 300 things on my To-Do list that I need to get done.  Bleh.

Oh well.  Here’s what I did accomplish this week:

Movies I Watched:

  1. An American Hippie in Israel (1972)
  2. The Bridge on the River Kwai (1957)
  3. Cry of the Werewolf (1944)
  4. The Falcon and the Snowman (1985)
  5. The Intern (2015)
  6. The Internship (2013)
  7. Just Like A Country Song (2014)
  8. Nightclub Secrets (2018)
  9. The Omega Code (1999)
  10. Peter Rabbit (2018)
  11. The Reptile (1966)
  12. Rome, Open City (1945)
  13. Solo (2018)
  14. Solomon and Sheba (1959)
  15. The Square (2017)
  16. Stalked By A Reality Star (2018)
  17. Suspect (1987)
  18. Vinyl (1965)

Television Shows I Watched:

  1. The Americans
  2. Antiques Roadshow
  3. The Bachelorette
  4. Bar Rescue — Who is this schmuck and why does he have a show?
  5. Burning Love
  6. Children’s Hospital
  7. Dance Moms
  8. Evil’s Embrace
  9. Extreme Measures
  10. Genius
  11. Ghost Whisperer
  12. It’s Always Sunny In Philadelphia — I saw the very first episode this week.  Charlie wasn’t quite as a dumb as he would later become.  In fact, in the beginning, Mac was the really dumb one.
  13. iZombie
  14. King of the Hill
  15. Legion
  16. Lucifer
  17. Master Chef
  18. Patrick Melrose
  19. Robot Chicken
  20. Sweetbitter
  21. Trust
  22. Twin Peaks: The Return — Showtime rebroadcast the entire series on Saturday!  Since it was 110 degrees outside, I was more than happy to stay inside and watch.
  23. Vida
  24. Westworld — William has got to be a host!  He’s been shot at least six times since the rebellion started and he’s still not slowing down.
  25. Your Worst Nightmare

Books I Read:

  1. Bob Honey Who Do Stuff (2018) by Sean Penn
  2. Fade to Black (2018) by David Rosenfelt

Music To Which I Listened:

  1. Above & Beyond
  2. Blanck Mass
  3. Blondie
  4. Bob Dylan
  5. The Chemical Brothers
  6. The Crystal Method
  7. Confidence Man
  8. Damien Carter
  9. Dean Drouillard
  10. Dita Von Teese
  11. Fiona Apple
  12. Jakalope
  13. Kedr Livanskiy
  14. Lindsey Stirling
  15. Moby
  16. Radiohead
  17. Richard Bedford
  18. t.A.T.u
  19. Tomoyasu Hotei
  20. Trace Adkins

Links From Last Week:

  1. Over at Sleeping Lisa, I shared a dream about being lost in London and a dream about the Vatican.
  2. On her photography site, Erin shared a picture of a world in motion.
  3. At Jordan & Eddie, a look back at the films of 2006!
  4. From B Noir Detour: Ridin’ the Crime Wave with Gene Nelson!

Links From The Site:

  1. My sister Erin posted In Honor of Memorial Day and profiled Alan Bean and George Mayers!
  2. Gary was busy this week!  He reviewed The Devil’s Brigade, How To Stuff A Wild Bikini, The Killing, and His Girl Friday!  He also took a look at The Ballad of Green Berets and Josh Karp’s Orson Welles’s Last Movie!
  3. Ryan reviewed Somnambulance, Armenian Haunting, and Lovecraft: The Myth of Cthulhu, along with sharing his weekly reading round-up!
  4. I wrote about what lies in the future for The Walking Dead now that Andrew Lincoln is leaving!

(Want to see what I accomplished last week?  Click here!)