Eugene takes a look at what’s new and returning to TV this week, and gives his opinion on the Lethal Weapon and Exorcist TV shows.
Katy Shick reviews the film Denial. “…A timely reminder that the forces that led to the rise of the Nazi regime sprang from the desperation of a post-war population looking for stability in a shifting world, not from an isolated group of especially deviant individuals.
Woods of Terror is a brilliant slice of Americana sitting on 45 acres of country not far from the city limits. There is sheer joy in being scared out of your wits, and Eddie McLaurin and his crew know just how to push your buttons in the best of ways.
Eugene breaks down what’s new and back on TV and streaming services this week, and let’s you know what’s worth watching.
Eugene takes a look at what’s new and what’s worth watching on TV this week
Trying to figure out what to watch this week? Can’t remember the name of that new show you wanted to catch? Eugene has you covered.
The two big weeks of premieres are over, but there are a few stragglers – Eugene has the rundown for the week.
TV Critic Eugene walks you through what’s on TV this week, giving you the info you’ll need to decide what to (and what not to) watch.
First release from the self-titled debut EP, Knock Down Hard Town, from Hatchets, a project of Doug Davis.
At its heart “Phantasm” is a film about the fears of being a teen boy. Fears of abandonment, rejection, sex, females, and in the end, death itself, are manifest in this hypnagogic fever dream.