My Week in Books, Movies, and TV 10/15/22

This is the first week in a while with no book to write about. I’ve read less than 50 pages of the book I started this week. I keep falling asleep when I try to read.


I watched one movie this week: Bring It On: Cheer or Die on Syfy. It is a horror version of the Bring It On cheerleading series. The cheer squad in this one is banned from doing cheer stunts after an accident 20 years ago killed a cheerleader. The squad goes to an abandoned school for the weekend to secretly practice stunts for a competition. While there, someone starts killing them one by one.

It was a good TV horror movie. I recognized several of the actors from TV shows I have watched. I wasn’t shocked by the killer reveal, but it was a fun movie to get in the Halloween mood.


I watched the first two episodes of Fire Country on CBS. It is about an inmate who joins a prison firefighter unit to reduce his sentence only to be assigned to the hometown he fled years ago. We all enjoyed it and think it is the best of the new shows.

I watched the first episode of Let the Right One In on Showtime. I liked the book and the TV show had a promising start. I will watch more.

All American and All American: Homecoming both returned this week. Homecoming is getting hard to watch as the two main characters are more and more unlikable as the show goes on.

I watched the premiere of The Winchesters. I didn’t watch Supernatural, but I enjoyed this one and will probably watch more.

On Deck

We have three movies on DVD from the library: the new Jurassic World movie, The Unbearable Weight of Massive Talent, and Everything Everywhere All At Once.

Miss Scarlet and the Duke season two starts on PBS tomorrow.

I am currently reading I’m Glad My Mom Died by Jennette McCurdy.


7 thoughts on “My Week in Books, Movies, and TV 10/15/22

  1. I brought the Everywhere All at Once Movie home to my husband last month. I left the room partway in to do other things as it was too weird for me but husband liked it

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  2. How do you like I’m glad my mom died? I’m debating reading it because it seems so many people love it, but I never watched the show, nor do I live celeb books, but I don’t want to miss something if it’s truly a good book


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