V.27 No.2 | 1/11/2018
New shows for a new year
The “Big Four” networks have been surprisingly reluctant to cancel bad or underperforming shows, but there have been a few merciful deaths to leave room for some new midseason replacements. So what does early 2018 have in store for us, network TV-wise?
V.27 No.1 | 1/4/2018
Free The Dark Tower screening at the Central & Unser library and submissions are being taken for New Mexico Filmmakers Showcase and the “Let’s Make a Western” grant.
Good in the Hood
“The Chi” on Showtime
“The Chi” concentrates on the down-and-dirty inner city streets of Chicago, the very ones on which writer-creator-producer Lena Waithe was born and raised.
V.26 No.51 | 12/21/2017
A Christmas Story screens again, all eight Harry Potter films play at KiMo and The Guild takes a day off.
V.26 No.50 | 12/14/2017
Shoot Yer Eye Out
A Christmas Story screens, Phil Duran teaches police tactics for actors and Albuquerque’s homegrown anime convention returns.
“Happy!” on Syfy
Syfy goes out on a limb—a severed limb, it should probably be stated—with its absurdly funny, ridiculously violent crime/fantasy series “Happy!”
V.26 No.49 | 12/7/2017
Documentary of the Dead
See the history of America’s Spanish colonists who settled in Florida in 1565, or Where God Left His Shoes or Baraka.
Motel Hotel Holiday Inn
“Tarantula” on TBS
“Tarantula” isn’t the weirdest, crudest, most wildly conceived piece of animation on TV right now, but it’s got an under-the-radar charm and a cast of loveable-if-not-admirable characters.