Ash vs Evil Dead Season 3 Episode 2 - Another fun episode. This one has a crazy scene in a male donation bank if you know what I mean. Ash is just way out there. I would post an image but it would kind of spoil the scene as there is a homage to an 80s music video in the scene. But instead of a comic it has a nudie mag. Happy Death Day - The movie starts off bad or perhaps just annoying for me. I'm not too fond of the me too thing going on, I could do a me too for both genders and I'm a guy. So seeing the behavior of the main character early on just made me want to turn it off. I thought, am I supposed to care about this person and some of the people around her? But I stuck with it because I tend to like time loop movies and TV shows and I wanted to see the twist. Lucky that I did because even though the twist isn't as good as it could be, I wish there were more clever hints and stuff to pick up on the in the background, it's the performance of the lead actress that saves the movie. Her character arc and how she grows from those opening scenes. She's still a bit crude in parts but you want her to survive and discover her killer. And because of that, I'm in for the sequel to see how she gets into trouble again. Still the movie could have been up there with the better time twist movies with a bit more thought. I haven't finished reading the wiki but they did have another ending. Which always shows lack of thought to me when movies have multiple endings that they test on crowds. There were a few other things like the silly Asian kid. I thought that sort of thing should have ended in the Friday the 13th remake. Also the black girl with bad eating habits. I didn't know anything was wrong with chocolate milk. I still drink it on occasion and I saw an advertisement with Sloane Stephens drinking chocolate milk and she won the US Open. Aside from those things, the killer and methods of death reminded me of the good Scream and Final Destination entries, which isn't a bad thing. I hope the sequel is really good. Flatliners 2017 - I thought this was going to be good. I don't remember much of the original. I think it was more artsy. But the remake fell apart for me. Some sequences reminded me of the Nightmare on Elm Street remake, which isn't a good thing. I'll usually watch just about anything with Ellen Page though. And Diego Luna is pretty cool after seeing him in Star Wars Rogue One. I thought the movie would be more science based from the opening. But it tried to turn into a psychological horror movie then attempted actual horror and failed completely at both. I can't recommend this one. I've missed some of the Buffy episodes. Also the Angel ones. I'm going to rewatch it all one day and get into the comics that continue the series.