We just released a fresh bloberrific episode of our podcast, Black Dog After Dark, on Podbean. Dylan, Alex, Nick and I sit around, enjoy a few fresh beers and chat about the 1988 creature feature, The Blob! Tune in to hear our blobbiest thoughts and see if it holds up or not!
(We have too many new films on the shelves this week to list and describe them all! I’ll pick out a few notable titles and just list the rest at the end. Capish?)
Border – Strange, well-received Swedish film about a border security guard that can actually smell fear, among other things. Blu Ray only.
Can You Ever Forgive Me? – Oscar nominated film stars Melissa McCarthy as a writer named Lee Israel who turns to deception when she feels she is no longer relevant. I hear ya, lady.
Clovehitch Killer – Serial killer movie with a strange title (my wife says, “That’s a made up word!” I says, “All words are made up!”). Stars Dylan McDermott. Count me in for this one.
Fantastic Beasts: Crimes of Grindelwald – More beasts of a fantastic nature.
Green Book – A bouncer gets a gig as a driver for a African-American jazz fella as he tours the American south in the 1960’s. Won an Oscar or something for best movie. Looks like this year’s Driving Miss Daisy! I’m looking forward to the sequel, Soylent Green Book, where they drive around eating racist hicks.
The Mortal Engines – In the future where cities roam around on wheels devouring each other, two folks meet in London to try to stop some sort of conspiracy. Sounds cool, right? Written by Peter Jackson and his friends.
Piercing – A crazy creep, with an unsuspecting family, sets off to work but actually his plan is to murder a prostitute. Sometimes when I go to work I’d rather be doing something else – go to the bar, take kid’s lunch money, beekeeping. Maybe this guys should think about other things?
Sicilian Ghost Story – A grim fantasy horror number about a 12 year-old girl who sets off into the creepy woods in search of a missing boy.
Vox Lux – From unknown singer to pop sensation star to scandal riddled has-been to come-back artist tale. Stars Natalie Portman and Jude Law.
Other titles waiting for you to take them home!
Documentary Now! Season 1 and 2
The Final Wish
The Miseducation of Cameron Post
Scotty and the Secret History of Hollywood
Tea with the Dames
The Facebook Dilemma
If you need some nice ripe suggestions on what to watch, click here!
That’s it for this week folks, keep us in your thoughts and dreams.
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