A deep, in-depth examination of David Lynch’s underrated 1997 psychological thriller. Continue reading The Lost Highway Review
Bad parenting is on full display in “Three Sundays,” another slow-moving Mad Men episode. Continue reading Mad Men S1E4: “Three Sundays”
“Flight 1” is, even by Mad Men standards, another slow-moving episode. Continue reading Mad Men S2E2: “Flight 1”
The Mad Men season two premiere picks up 15 months after season one left off. Continue reading Mad Men S2E1: “For Those Who Think Young”
In “Indian Summer,” the women of Mad Men are feeling the heat. Continue reading Mad Men S1E11: “Indian Summer”
“Shoot” ends with Betty Draper shooting her neighbor’s pet pigeons out of the sky. It’s a turning point for the character, and the series. Continue reading Mad Men S1E9: “Shoot”
This oft-forgotten solo piano showcase is another reminder why Thelonious Monk was the most singular jazz musician of the era.
Grade: A- Continue reading Thelonious Alone in San Francisco – Thelonious Monk
A short summary of why “College” is probably the greatest TV episode of all time. Continue reading The Greatest Episode in TV History
Colin’s Weekly Movie Reviews: Rear Window, Parasite and Beasts of the Southern Wild Continue reading Rear Window, Parasite, Beasts of the Southern Wild
Duke Ellington’s soundtrack to Otto Preminger’s 1959 film.
Grade: A- Continue reading Anatomy of a Murder – Duke Ellington
Reviews of “Fight Club” and “Zodiac,” two of director David Fincher’s most iconic films. Continue reading Colin’s Weekly Movie Reviews: David Fincher Edition
Colin’s Weekly Movie Reviews: Master & Commander, The Maltese Falcon, Rambo, Richard the Lionheart Continue reading Colin’s Weekly Movie Reviews: Part II
Colin’s Weekly Movie Reviews: The Invisible Man (2020), The Phantom of the Opera (1925), 1408 and Silver Bullet Continue reading Colin’s Weekly Movie Reviews: Part I