Just finished watching Season 3 of Halt and Catch Fire. As cheesy as it can be at times,(in terms of obvious characterisation and song placement) the actors just put in a stunning performance.
Season 20 South Park. It's going down the road of "trolling" this season and also carrying on the storyline from the previous season, of Mr Garrison as Trump. Extremely dark humour and the "memberberries" bits, about everything from the 80's and us seemingly wanting to live in the past yet forgetting the evils that were going on back then. Only up to episode 4 at the moment, but it's going to be interesting to see where they're going with this .
Westworld.Eps 1 and 2.It's starting to slowly set out the story, but the cast assembled is stunning and as with HBO there's Boobies and violence and beautiful filming!
Documentary Now Season 51
Really season 2 but with the bar set so high from last season, they're easily up there again. Last week was one based on the documentary "Salesmen" from 1969, it's bleak watching, but this version captures that but with the dark humour it's become accustomed to.
It's well worth watching the source material first with each of the episodes as they capture the style perfectly, especially this week with the take on Talking Heads Last Concert Documentary.
High Maintenance: Dark comedy about a pot dealer and his customers, with some touching background on the customers.
Swiss Army Man is a fantastically funny yet sweet yet weird film. Paul Dano is great as always. This film reminds me of one that I can't remember but the plot had something to do with a man building a time machine?
The Infiltrator. Bryan Cranston in his best role since Breaking Bad or Malcom in the Middle
A good watch, some plot holes but overall damn good fun.
Captain Fantastic. Just watch it, if you liked Little Miss Sunshine then this is nailed on for enjoyment and heartbreak. Viggo Mortenson leads but is easily out acted by the family and thats saying something.