In “Indian Summer,” the women of Mad Men are feeling the heat.
In “Long Weekend,” Don Draper consummates his affair with Rachel, while Roger Sterling has a heart attack during sex. Just a typical Labor Day.
“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.
This oft-forgotten solo piano showcase is another reminder why Thelonious Monk was the most singular jazz musician of the era.
Don Draper smokes pot, and flashes back to his childhood in one of Mad Men’s most rewarding episodes. 9.1/10
A short summary of why “College” is probably the greatest TV episode of all time.
Colin’s Weekly Movie Reviews: Rear Window, Parasite and Beasts of the Southern Wild
Duke Ellington’s soundtrack to Otto Preminger’s 1959 film.
Reviews of “Fight Club” and “Zodiac,” two of director David Fincher’s most iconic films.
Colin’s Weekly Movie Reviews: Master & Commander, The Maltese Falcon, Rambo, Richard the Lionheart
Colin’s Weekly Movie Reviews: The Invisible Man (2020), The Phantom of the Opera (1925), 1408 and Silver Bullet
Ryan Tannehill’s playing a divisional game at home, the Colts’ defense is exceptional against tight-ends, and AJ Brown has scored in five straight games. Here’s your TNF Week 10 #fantasyfootball preview, with some gambling advice sprinkled in.