V.26 No.46 | 11/16/2017
Central Features Contemporary Art Gallery featuring the 1954 feature Salt of the Earth; The New Mexico Film Foundation unveils its second annual Student Filmmakers Showcase; 4th Annual Pueblo Film Fest gets underway; Dynatheater will screen Dream Big.
“Meow Manor” on UP
If you love “Big Brother” but wish it were filled with kittens, then “Meow Manor” is right up your alley.
V.26 No.45 | 11/9/2017
Vets on Screen
Ken Burns' Vietnam War documentary excerpt and Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Men Tell No Tales are screening for free, the Desert Light Film Festival wants film submissions from middle and high school students and you can see all of the 48 Hour Horror Project's entries.
Forward to the Past!
“Future Man” on Hulu
The entire premise of "Future Man" is borrowed, but thanks to Seth Rogen and Evan Goldberg, it's sprinkled with plenty of jokes about dicks, video games and sci-fi movies.
V.26 No.44 | 11/2/2017
Movies and Muertos
See Calling Home the Dead, the New Mexico Filmmakers Showcase Awards Ceremony and Screening, the Neon Dystopia Micro Festival and Basement Films' Audio/Visual Show.
Cooking With Gas
“At Home With Amy Sedaris” on truTV
Occasionally absurdist, but hilariously self-aware, “At Home With Amy Sedaris” is the exact sort of skewering Food Network and HGTV are begging for these days.
V.26 No.43 | 10/26/2017
See Juan of the Dead for free, Freaks with a five-course beer-paired meal and a Boris Karloff salute at the Kimo.
App for Destruction
“Wisdom of the Crowd” on CBS
Before it even aired, trailers for “Wisdom of the Crowd” put it in the running for the dumbest show of the fall. Since then, airings of the actual show have soundly confirmed the suspicion.
V.26 No.42 | 10/19/2017
Chinese Couplets, the filthy John Waters, goat cuddling, a Max Evans documentary or The Cabinet of Dr. Caligari with a live musical score.
Chatting with Killers
“Mindhunter” on Netflix
Some may find “Mindhunter” a bit too chatty, and it does take getting past the first episode for things to click into place. Once our protagonists start going face-to-face with killers, though, the show has a sneaky, edgy thrill.