V.27 No.20 | 5/17/2018
Networks go on killing spree
The networks went full-on Jason Voorhees this year, giving the ax to a whopping 19 shows last Friday alone.
V.27 No.19 | 5/10/2018
Cute as Hell
“Aggretsuko” on Netflix
Even if you don’t know your Cinnamoroll from your Pompompurin, “Aggretsuko” is worth a look, ranking as one of the best workplace sitcoms on TV right now, animated or otherwise.
Eat & Educate
Among several chances to see student films, you can also see one about how to become a "normal person." There's also an informal monthly lunch meeting for film and media professionals.
V.27 No.18 | 5/3/2018
New Mexico is safe from graboids. Enjoy Paper Lanterns, Wonder or a Sci-Fi Film Festival.
Viacom goes digital
Viacom—the ninth largest broadcasting, cable and media company in the world—is jumping into the online world with both feet. Welcome to the crosshairs of a new target demographic, millennials.
V.27 No.17 | 4/26/2018
Photos on Film
Go to Living in the Story, Taos Film Day: New Mexico Voices or the Albu-CRAZY Film Fest Fundraiser.
“Muppet Babies” on Disney Junior
Cute, simple-minded and upbeat to a fault, the new “Muppet Babies” is clearly aimed at very young kids. Grown ups may be tempted but they aren’t likely to stick around for long.
V.27 No.16 | 4/19/2018
This week, see La Novia or Beyond the Border: The Story of Ettore Castiglioni; go to a talk about production assistants.
Back From the Dead
“Fear the Walking Dead” on AMC
Reset, restaffed and injected with a long-overdue sense of humor, “Fear the Walking Dead” now feels like a dusty undead Western and it might actually be the jolt of zesty ranch flavor this show’s bland mix of rotting corpses and bad decisions has been needing.
V.27 No.15 | 4/12/2018
Fade to Black
See Black Materials Experiments in Cinema, Holocaust survivor shorts or a documentary about the Pajarito Mesa community.