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Media Update 11/25/21

November 25, 2021

Our Kind of People

Frankly, I would not have even heard of this show if I did not know somebody in the cast. It is not my kind of show and I have heard it described as “Black Dynasty” which I think is pretty accurate. The show is a primetime soap opera about a black family dealing with their past and the fact that they are in control of a huge company. The show is about wealthy people and therefore not extremely relatable although not everyone was raised rich. I was very pleased to see Joe Morton as the patriarch as he is an actor I love. He plays a great villain who is also relatable. Yaya DaCosta plays the show’s protagonist, the one we follow the most and are supposed to be rooting for. She is a lot of fun. Nadine Ellis plays a perfectly snarky tweener who has some villainous tendencies. The show is very dramatic but it is very well-produced. I recommend this show if you like drama.

Monster Hunter

I have never played a Monster Hunter game but I have seen a few streamed on Twitch and I like the look and feel of the games. When I found out that there would be a movie adaptation, I was interested. Given that it starred Milla Jovovich and was directed by Paul W.S. Anderson, I thought it would be basically like the Resident Evil movie franchise. It was a little bit but did not quite achieve what I wanted. The movie was very pretty and had a lot of cool interactions of the titular monsters. It followed quite a few rules of the game and had some similar visual elements. However, it lacked a lot of the goofiness that went into the games. It was grim and gritty whereas the games are often comical, goofy, exciting, grim, gritty, and scary. Milla did a really great job as usual. Tony Jaa was interesting as a character that the audience could not understand and was mostly comic relief. I am always glad to see Ron Perlman. I actually do not recommend this movie unless you are familiar with the games.

Terriers

I had been looking to watch this show for a long time (it came out in 2010). I have always been a fan of Donal Logue and wanted to see it and finally, I took the opportunity. Donal Logue plays a down on his luck, scrappy private detective and he is charming as usual. Michael Raymond-James has such great chemistry with Logue and is really funny. The show is really well-written and rests squarely on Logue’s back but he is always up to the task. The show is quirky and funny but also has some great mysteries. It feels like a cousin to Veronica Mars. I recommend this show.

Music of the Week:

Clarence Clarity – SU฿LORD

Yard Act – Fixer Upper

Cory Hotline – Love Is What We Need

Jean Tonique – Let Your Body Move

Mashup of the Week:

TJA Mashups – Ride it Off

Weekly Update:
This week’s theme is “Found Family”
I watched a ton of YouTube and Twitch
I watched more Doom Patrol Season 3
I watched more Bob’s Burgers Season 11
I watched more Titans Season 3
I started Young Justice Season 4
I started Elementary Season 6

Media Update 11/18/21

November 18, 2021

Dune (2021)

I never read the Dune books. What little I was able to absorb through osmosis sounded exceedingly strange but I knew that it was a science fantasy series told over several thick books. I never watched the David Lynch version. However, I started to hear really great things about this version and so I decided to watch it as soon as Halloween was over. The movie is very long at 155 minutes but I have watched plenty of movies that long. The movie took a while to hook me as I tried to absorb all of the lore and exposition. Once it hooked me, I stayed hooked and I was very invested for the rest of the movie. It helps that it has such pretty visuals but it also has a compelling story with interesting characters. It also has an all-star cast of Timothee Chalamet, Zendaya, Josh Brolin, Oscar Isaac, Stellan Skarsgaard, Javier Bardem, Dave Bautista, and many more. It was also the first movie with Jason Momoa in it that I really liked. I recommend this movie.

Artemis Fowl

Another book series that I never read but now I really want to. This series tells the story of how the fairy world exists in the modern-day. It has such an interesting take on magic and the taxonomy of magical creatures. Like the Percy Jackson series, I feel like it does a lot to innovate its source material. The movie version was pretty good but they have yet to confirm a sequel so I wonder how well it was received. Still, anything with fairies is something that I am interested in. The movie rests on its star newcomer Ferdia Shaw who is pretty good as a surprisingly stoic child actor. Lara McDonnell plays a fae agent who is interesting and I want to see more of. Josh Gad probably has the best role I have seen him in as a strange, dwarven thief. I had never seen Nonzo Anozie act before but I found myself charmed by him. We also get some smaller parts from more seasoned actors Judi Dench and Colin Farrell. I recommend this movie.

Mockingjay Pt. 1

I watched part two about six years ago when it was in theaters and never watched this movie. I did read The Hunger Games and Catching Fire so I felt that I needed to close out the series. I ended up liking this movie more than Part Two. The second part was kind of confusingly shot and a bit confusing (even with all of the context I now have). This movie is very straightforward and tells a neat story about wartime propaganda and the shady ethics of government and the military. Jennifer Lawrence had settled into the role of Katniss Everdeen and really shines here. This was the last complete movie that Phillip Seymour Hoffman did and he is great. Donald Sutherland is at his most villainous and came off as very disturbing. Liam Hemsworth does a serviceable job as the guy. We get a lot of great returns from Woody Harrelson, Josh Hutcherson, Elizabeth Banks, Stanley Tucci, Jeffrey Wright, and more. I recommend this movie.

Music of the Week:

dankeサン – Futon Anthem

PERSEFONE – Merkabah

Selfmindead – “Progress”

Shmoneymo – LOCKED IN

Mashup of the Week:

Doug Ferguson – People Are Dreaming of Rainbows In the Dark

Weekly Update:
This week’s theme is “Young Book Heroes”
I watched a ton of YouTube and Twitch
I watched more Doom Patrol Season 3
I finished Elementary Season 5
I watched more Bob’s Burgers Season 11
I watched more Sopranos Season 1

Media Update 11/11/21

November 11, 2021

Only Murders in the Building

I have recently gotten into the true crime genre, but I took a step back when I saw how ghoulish some fans have gotten. I like how this show treats the genre and points out the failings of true crime fans who get too invested. There are also some interesting side mysteries that are even more interesting than the main mystery. The show is about three strangers who get involved in a murder in their apartment building. Out of the three, I would say that Selena Gomez is the star which is really saying something. She is so good at being a curious young woman with a hard exterior. Steve Martin is really great as the lonely and curmudgeonly old actor. Martin Short is familiar as a whimsical but sad former theater producer. The three have such good chemistry together and, although I’m only on episode three, I can see how well they weave a story together. Each episode is so well-crafted that it was hard to tear myself away. I recommend this show.

The Sopranos

I never really watched this the first time around so I thought I would give it a try. For those under a rock, The Sopranos is the story of a mob boss who starts suffering from panic attacks and starts therapy. It is an interesting combination of family drama, comedy, and crime shows. James Gandolfini is absolutely magnetically charming as the lead, Tony Soprano. Lorraine Bracco is so clever as the therapist who is trying to deal with an out-of-the-ordinary patient. There is a whole huge cast of characters backing the show and all of them add so much to the story. The show is shot beautifully and even the weakest parts of it are entertaining. I recommend this show.

Gangster Squad

I have a soft spot for team-up movies. Not only Marvel movies but stuff like the Oceans franchise, The Italian Job, The Untouchables, and so on. I remember looking forward to this movie when I saw trailers but the release was marred by real-world gun violence. I lost track of it but I am glad I found it again. This movie is about a gang of cops who join together to engage in black ops against the mob in LA. It has an all-star cast. Josh Brolin plays a hard-nosed soldier turned cop. Ryan Gosling plays a carefree goofball cop with a mission. Emma Stone plays a damsel in distress with a good head on her shoulders. Sean Penn plays a devilish gangster. Michael Pena, Anthony Mackie, and Giovanni Ribisi round out the cast. The movie has a great plot that slow burns and is mixed with action and a little bit of comedy. It has a great throwback feel to it. I recommend this movie.

Music of the Week:

MAGNETIC SPACEMEN – Globetrotter

Deadletter – Pop Culture Connoisseur

The Phantone Coop – Don’t Be Afraid

Rhodes Rodosu – Dizzy Dream

Mashup of the Week:

Tufos Mashups – Judas Feels Bad

Weekly Update:
This week’s theme is “Crime Time”
I started watching Doom Patrol Season 4

Media Update 10/28/21

October 28, 2021

Frogs

I had heard about this movie but I had never gotten around to watching it. It could have been an absolute sensation in the horror community if they had played it silly but instead it is funny because of how straight they play it. This is the story of a high society family that gets attacked by nature itself, out for revenge. A young Sam Elliott plays an average joe freelance photographer who gets caught up in the chaos. Ray Milland plays the self-centered patriarch of the family. Joan Van Ark plays the only family member with any common sense or kindness. The movie is absolutely ridiculous and funny but I am not sure whether that was actually intended. It is a long and poorly paced movie but I still liked it because it was so silly. I am not sure they were making such an “eat the rich” kind of movie at the time but that is how it comes off now. I recommend this movie.

Black Sheep

I had heard of this movie through a bunch of streamers that I watch. I like New Zealand horror a lot so I was excited for a good Kiwi horror comedy. It helps that the goofy special effects are done by Peter Jackson’s buddies over at Weta Workshop. This is the story of when the sheep at a farm start going after the humans for food. A lot of the horror and comedy comes from those effects but a lot of it also comes from stars Nick Fenton and Danielle Mason. They have such good chemistry together. Tammy Davis plays a lovably loutish farmhand and provides plenty of comic relief. The movie is crazy, chaotic, and funny but also pretty creepy with all of the body horror. I recommend this movie.

Tammy and the T-Rex

I had heard of this movie previously as an exceptionally gory but fun movie. The story here is a young teen is killed but his brain is put in a robot body which he uses to take revenge on his bullies. Denise Richards plays the titular Tammy, a soft-hearted girl mixed up with a bad guy while wanting the good boy. Paul Walker plays the guy who gets turned into the T-Rex. Theo Forsett plays the lovably flamboyant black friend who was all over the place around the eighties and nineties. The rest of the cast plays it perfectly campy. All of the campy humor does a lot to lighten all of the brutal gore that fills the movie. I mean, there is a lot of gory blood and guts but it is kept relatively cartoony. I recommend this movie.

Music of the Week:

Halestorm – Back From The Dead

Siouxsie The Banshees – Halloween

FAUN – Halloween

Nick Lutsko – Spirit Halloween Planet

Mashup of the Day:

Titus Jones – Inferno of Scary Skeletons & Bad Rats

Weekly Update:
This week’s theme is “When Animals Attack”
I watched Blood Theater (RiffTrax version)

Media Update 10/21/21

October 21, 2021

The Omen (1976)

This movie had been on my list for a while or at least it would have been if I realized that I had not seen it yet. I did see the 2006 remake. This is the classic story of a husband and wife who realize that their child is the antichrist. The movie is great in that it has some memorable crazy moments but a lot of its strengths are in the more subtle moments of mystery that pervade the movie. Gregory Peck leads the movie as the well-meaning but oblivious father. Lee Remick plays the worried mother. Harvey Stephens is really good as the child actor who plays the legendary Damien. The key is that they use the boy sparingly. Billie Whitelaw is great as a very sinister character. The movie’s strengths are in its atmosphere of dread. I recommend this movie.

Wicker Man (1973)

I had heard great things about this movie and I had seen and laughed at the Nicholas Cage remake so it was time to watch the original. I am not so sure that this movie was for me. I would not classify this as horror. I would classify it as mystery mixed with a musical. Christopher Lee put in a great performance as the magnetic and charming Lord Summerisle. Edward Woodward is perfectly insufferable as the main character, a pushy cop. The rest of the characters are mostly in the background of the story and are very good at acting weird and polite. There were moments of the movie that I really liked but others that felt slow or unnecessary to me. I would not recommend this movie.

The Hitcher (1986)

I had thought of this week’s theme and, as usual, I was searching around for a third movie to fit the bill. I stumbled upon this movie and saw that it was denounced by Siskel and Ebert, I had to check it out. The movie has a simple, straightforward plot which is not a point against it. Sometimes it’s nice to enjoy a simple horror movie. The movie is carried by Rutger Hauer’s intensity as the titular character. He is so good at being creepy. C. Thomas Howell is great at being the good boy who gets terrorized. The movie is full of a lot of dread and I liked it. The movie is a rare “road horror” movie but the genre makes sense. This movie is dark but there is playfulness to it. Not exactly humor but a definite playfulness.

Music of the Week:

The Sixth Chamber – Sarcophagus

Trail Of Blood – The Serpent Of Old

Poppy – I Disagree

Billie Eilish – you should see me in a crown

Mashup of the Week:

DJ Schmolli – Cold As Superbeast Prometheus

This week’s theme is “Not the Remake, the Original”
I watched a lot of YouTube and Twitch

Media Update 10/14/21

October 14, 2021

Halloween 5

I have not seen a lot of the Michael Myers movies but I heard this one was bad so I kind of wanted to watch it. We have all of the familiar elements of a Halloween movie but they tried to work a few new elements into it. They tried to add more occult elements into the franchise but studio meddling seemed to end that notion. Donald Pleasance returns as the off-kilter psychiatrist Loomis who is always a commanding presence. Child actor Danielle Harris is really good as Michael’s niece Jamie who is great as a troubled little kid. Wendy Kaplan plays more of the traditional last girl and did a great job. Beau Starr is great as the Sheriff with a chip on his shoulder who just wants to end Haddonfield’s turnout. The movie has a lot of good slasher moments although it was apparently toned down. Don Shanks does a good job as the Shape that used to be Michael Myers. I actually recommend this movie for a decent slasher.

Exorcist III

Most people did not enjoy Exorcist II: The Heretic and I was one of those people. Years after seeing it, I started to hear that the third film was good or at least better. This one is partially based on the sequel novel to the Exorcist written by William Blatty. This time around, Blatty decided to direct the movie himself since William Friedkin was busy (or uninterested?). This movie is fairly different from the Exorcist so much so that Blatty objected to the movie being under The Exorcist banner. The movie is more of a crime drama with supernatural elements. The movie follows George C. Scott as a police detective trying to figure out a disturbing and personal mystery. Brad Dourif is great as the villain and much of the strength of the movie are his interractions with Scott. Brad Dourif is great at being creatively creepy in front of a camera and excels at horror movies. The movie is a slow burn with a lot of interesting creepy moments. I recommend this movie.

Return of the Living Dead II

Last year I watched the first installment of this franchise and I was pleasantly surprised. The combination of over-the-top hammy acting, slapstick, and horror absolutely worked. It was strangely difficult to find this sequel somewhere that was streaming. I could find the first one and number three everywhere but this one was rare. I can see why. It is way more fun than the first one. The first movie felt way shorter but this movie felt like more of a fun journey. They expanded the list of characters to include more sympathetic characters. James Karen and Thom Mathews return as a comedy duo like laurel and hardy. The zombies are a laugh riot full of funny character work and zippy one-liners. Michael Kenworthy, Thor Van Lingen, and Marsha Dietlein. are great as the sane characters who we are actually rooting for. Suzanne Snyder is also great as the screaming hysterical comic relief. The gore is over the top (and mostly the zombies) and a lot of fun. I recommend this movie.

Music of the Week:

Harley Poe – I’m A Killer

Worldstarhiphop – Halloween Cypher 3.0

Lamont – Flesh to Flesh

Bryan Ferry – Your Painted Smile

Mashup of the Week

DJ Dankz – Heathez Barz

Weekly Update:
This week’s theme is “Horror Sequels”
I watched a lot of Twitch and YouTube

Media Update 10/7/21

October 7, 2021

Don’t Look Under the Bed (1999)

I felt like this movie had an interesting take on the usually nebulous and varied lore of the Boogeyman. In this movie, a young teen girl who was allowed to skip a grade is suddenly being blamed for outrageous pranks around town. She is caught up in the supernatural while trying to be very rational. Erin Chambers plays the lead and she is great at carrying the film with her charisma and heart. She is joined by Ty Hodges who is great as the comic relief, an imaginary friend unleashed on the world around him. Much of the movie involves the chemistry between the two of them which leads to some great comedy and some heartwarming drama. The special effects end up being more silly and fun gross than scary or disgusting. The movie was a fun romp through an adventure similar but distinct enough from the movie Little Monsters. I recommend this movie.

Mr. Boogedy (1986)

A very short movie, this is an ancestor to DCOMs. A family moves in to a new home and is caught up with a ghostly feud that has existed since colonial days. Richard Masur and Mimi Kennedy are delightfully goofy as the parents. Kristy Swanson plays the daughter and does most of the heavy lifting in the movie as the daughter who tries to protect her family. The two little boys who play her brothers are pretty good. John Astin plays a delightfully goofy character with a lot of vaudeville-style jokes. Howard Witt does a really good job as the titular character being creepy but just silly enough to keep a G rating. I recommend this movie.

The Scream Team (2002)

This movie was made in the early 2000s but sometimes looked like it was made way earlier. Still, it was a fun movie. When grandpa dies, a father and his two kids must go and sort things out. The lead role is the daughter played by a very young Kat Dennings who is great as the clever and persistent young girl. Mark Rendall plays her younger brother and is great at the role. Their father is played by Robert Bockstael and he ends up grounding the movie a lot with the side plot of working through family issues. The two kids must confront an old ghost who has become vengeful (played excellently by Kim Coates). They team up with ghosts played by Eric Idle, Tommy Davidson, and Kathy Najimy who provide a lot of the comic relief. I recommend this movie.

Music of the Week:

Misfits – Halloween

The Walkmen – The Witch

Surfer Blood – Blair Witch

TV On The Radio – Wolf Like Me

Mashup of the Week:

Bill McClintock – I Can’t Get Closer For That

Weekly Update:
This week’s theme is “DCOM Horror”
I watched a ton of YouTube and Twitch
I watched a lot of horror which is upcoming

Media Update 9/30/21

September 30, 2021

Scary Stories to Tell In the Dark

I religiously read these books by Alvin Schwartz who drew heavily on folklore and old stories. What really made the books scarier were the illustrations done by Stephen Gammell. This movie is a pastiche of a lot of the stories as a group of teenagers are confronted by a witch who plagues them with scary stories that come true. We get bits and pieces of stories from all three books. Some stories overlap and blend together to create a new twist on old stories while staying true to the original tone. Child actors Zoe Colletti, Michael Garza, Gabriel Rush, and Austin Zajur have a lot of good chemistry with each other and are really good as the terrified victims of a curse. The designs of the monsters are basically Gammell’s illustrations come to life and they are so creepy. The movie stays true to the original books with its dark tone with a bit of redemption. I recommend this movie.

Nightbooks

This movie is about a young boy who gets captured by a witch and forced to tell her a scary story every night in what felt like a mix between a modern 1001 Nights and Hansel and Gretel. What drew me to this movie was the presence of Krysten Ritter. She was appropriately wicked and charming as the witch, a mysterious character who was too fun to watch. Child actor Winslow Fegley is very cute and plucky as the movie’s central hero. He is soon joined by child actor Lidya Jewett who is such a strong actress with a bit of attitude. The production design of the movie was so good with the design of the magical apartment and Ritter’s costumes being the high points. The movie is charming with just a handful of frights but a nice spooky Halloween tone and feel. I recommend this movie.

Scare Me

This movie could have very easily been a play. Two writers have rented separate cabins in the Catskills but the power goes out and they are bored. They get together to trade off telling each other scary stories and acting them out as well. The standout is actress Aya Cash who has such great sarcastic yet joyful energy in her performance. Josh Ruben (who also wrote and directed the movie) is really good at being grumpy yet eager to please. I also really appreciated the small part done by Chris Redd. I am fascinated that this movie did not drag at all even with most of it just being two people talking. It felt like a horror episode of Who’s Line is it Anyway? The movie is endlessly interesting and I actually would really like seeing some of the stories as movies down the line. I recommend this movie.

Music of the Week:

KIT – Your Ghost

Amaranthe – 365

Lana Del Rey – Season of the Witch (cover)

Poppy – Time Is Up

Mashup of the Week

kjm015 – Bring Me to This Love

Weekly Update:
This week’s theme is “Scary Stories”
I watched tons of YouTube and Twitch
I watched more Titans Season 3
I watched the Scary Stories to Tell in the Dark documentary

Media Update 9/23/21

September 23, 2021

Vivo

Anything Lin-Manuel Miranda is involved in gets a look from me. Sony Pictures Animation has partnered with Netflix and they are really cranking out some good films. It feels like animation in general is really upping its game. This movie is about a kinkajou living in Cuba who must journey to Miami for a mission of love. Lin-Manuel plays the titular kinkajou with attitude and mad bars. He is paired for most of the movie with the delightfully energetic child actress Ynairaly Simo. Zoe Saldana plays a very sassy and smart mom. There are some great smaller bits by Michael Rooker, Brian Tyree Henry, Nicole Byer, Juan de Marcos González, and Gloria Estefan. The music is really great with a mix of Cubano, Miami, Jazz, and some newer electronic stuff. There are 11 new songs written by Miranda. I recommend this movie.

School of Rock

This movie has been on my list for a long time but recently the movie has come up a lot and it was finally time to jump on it before Halloween starts. Jack Black has always been a favorite of mine. He has so many energy that it is impossible not to get caught up in it. Here he plays a down on his luck rock guitarist who ends up as a substitute teacher. The movie is really well done and leans into Black’s wonderful chemistry with the child actors. The child actors are absolutely superb with a special shout out to Miranda Cosgrove, Joey Gaydos Jr., and Maryam Hassan. I also really liked Joan Cusack as the quirky principal. The soundtrack is really good with plenty of classic rock songs and original songs performed by Jack Black and the kids. You can definitely see both the (family friendly) influence of Tenacious D and also a lot of heart and joy. I recommend this movie.

Earwig and the Witch

I really like Studio Ghibli movies (even if Miyazaki isn’t involved) so I was interested to see a movie I had not heard of yet being released. Also, this is the studio’s very first 3D animated film. Also, also, this is directed by Goro Miyazaki who is the son of the famous aforementioned Hayao Miyazaki (one of my heroes). This movie felt like a new direction for the studio but it also had a lot of the familiar feel of Ghibli films. In this movie, a young orphan girl is adopted and thrust into the world of witches. I was not a hundred percent sold on the new 3D animation but some of it ended up being very good. Still, it is lacking something. It feels more like a Ghibli video game. The acting really made up for some of the flaws elsewhere in the movie. Taylor Paige Henderson plays the titular Earwig and is a delightful protagonist. Vanessa Marshall plays a really good antagonist reminiscent of Roald Dahl books. Dan Stevens is probably the best part of the movie as a talking cat. Finally, there’s some good rock music by Kacey Musgraves. I recommend this movie despite its flaws.

Music of the Week:

Knife Party – Centipede

The Interrupters – A Friend Like Me

ラスト・チャンス – Instant Junkie

Heist Life – 4 Devils

Mashup of the Week:

Sackie Bum – The Final September

Weekly Update:
This week’s theme is “One Good Song Can Change the World”
I watched a ton of YouTube and Twitch
I started Titans Season 3
I started watching Slasher Season 3

Media Update 9/2/21

September 1, 2021

Summer of ’84

This had been on my list for a while and I was happy to finally get to it. This is a great character study movie that feels a lot like Stephen King. There are a lot of clichés but they feel like such good clichés. This is billed as horror but it is more of a mystery/suspense movie that tackles what it is like to be a kid in the middle of summer in the suburbs. Graham Verchere really carries the movie as the lead kid, a conspiracy theory hobbyist who has a good heart. Judah Lewis, Cory Gruter-Andrew, and especially Caleb Emery are great as his best friends. Their friendship feels like a mix of Sandlot, Stand By Me, and IT. Rich Sommer plays a very compelling and intense cop character. Tiera Skovbye plays the playful girl next door really well. The movie is very interesting and well-paced from beginning to end. I recommend this movie.

Head Count

I really gave this movie a chance but I ended up turning it off before it finished. Billed by some as a combination of The Thing and It Follows, it ended up being more of the latter but lesser in general. The movie attempted a slow burn but it felt like nothing was happening. In addition, the writing for all of the characters forgot to make them actual characters so I found them a bit boring and two-dimensional. There were some good bits of suspense. I saw a lot of comments online about how the director Elle Callahan could do great with better material but she was a writer on the movie too so I’m not sure. Some of the cinematography is pretty, though. I do not recommend this movie.

Piranha 2: The Spawning

When I found out through Atomic Trivia that this was technically James Cameron’s first directing experience. He was fired after only a few weeks and was paid so little that he ended up seeing a hallucination from malnutrition that inspired Terminator. The movie is low-budget and largely helmed by Europeans who never did much else and it had to be distributed through a porn company. Still, I had fun watching this very silly movie. The special effects are laughably bad and a lot of the acting is cartoony as heck but it made me laugh. The movie is a straight rip off of Jaws but it was hard to be too mad at it. I recommend this movie.

Music of the Week:

G.bit – WTF

MC Abdul – Shouting At The Wall

WILD RED – ONSET

Gawr Gura – REFLECT

Mashup of the Week:

Jeff Kealy – Baby One More King Without a Crown

Weekly Update:
This week’s theme is “One Last Bit of Summer”
I started watching Titans Season 2
I finished watching Doom Patrol Season 2
I finished watching The Flash Season 7
I watched Nail Bomber: Manhunt
I watched Have a Good Trip: Adventures in Psychedelics


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