V.27 No.32 | 8/9/2018
See American Girls: A Dominican Story, the Madrid Film Festival, “Better Call Saul” over a pint and “Afrofuturism.”
Yes, I said DOGTV
If you think your TV choices are lame, just imagine what a Shiba Inu thinks of today’s primetime selections.
V.27 No.31 | 8/2/2018
View the results of The 48 Hour Film Project, the 5th annual Native Film Series and Wonders Are Many (the making of the Doctor Atomic opera).
“Lodge 49” on AMC
"Lodge 49" is mostly just a leisurely hangout among mismatched friends, an hourlong sitcom with the punchlines boiled away by sadness and surreality.
V.27 No.30 | 7/26/2018
The Carless Drive-In
See Basement Films' Open-Air Picture Show #2, Coco with the 505 Fridas or My Italian Secret: The Forgotten Heroes of the Holocaust. Then get your Jeff Berg autograph on Historic Movie Theatres of New Mexico.
DC Comics launches its own network
Marvel and DC Comics properties are going to become available only through their own proprietary streaming services.
V.27 No.29 | 7/19/2018
See Jane Eyre and vote for a book, see That Thing Your Do! even though it's not based on a book, take a sneak-peek at Numbskull Revolution and learn how to be a background artist.
“Castle Rock” on Hulu
“Castle Rock” favors slow-building chills, with complex, deeply tangled storylines (full of Easter Eggs) that don’t offer a lot of narrative closure, episode to episode.
V.27 No.28 | 7/12/2018
Jews on Film
This week you can go to the Jewish Film Festival, Family Movie Night (Jurassic World), NMFF's annual Summer Soiree Fundraiser and Fake News: Journalism Goes to Hollywood returns with Almost Famous.
Tidbits from around the dial
Sacha Baron Cohen returns to TV with “Who Is America?”, there's a new TV show where people talk about TV shows and Netflix announces a packed slate of new and returning Japanese animated series.