Manhunt, You, Venom: Let There Be Carnage | September Roundup

You caught up on everything from last month, right? Lots to come for spooky season, but first, catch up with Manhunt: The Night Stalker on ITV, wait impatiently for You Season 3, and get the popcorn ready for Venom: Let There Be Carnage. And if you fancy finding out what I think of Once Upon A Time In Hollywood by Quentin Tarantino (the book, not the movie) so far, keep reading.

Monthly Roundup: Pig, Yellowstone, Ratched, The Umbrella Academy, Cursed, space force, extraction, COVID-19, Star Trek: Piccard, The Fix, Halloween Roundup, Watchmen, The Dark Crystal, The Boys, sharp objects, jack ryan, a discovery of witches, Sabrina, Nightflyers, charmed, The Passage, Hanna, Game of Thrones, Good Omens, Wild Bill, You S2

September Roundup

TV Land:

  • The Brokenwood Mysteries S7 -Drama 6th
  • Evil S2 -Alibi 6th
  • Silent Witness S24 -BBC One 6th
  • Supergirl S6b -Sky Max 7th
  • Billions S5b -Sky Atlantic 8th
  • American Horror Stories -STAR on Disney+ 8th
  • Lucifer S6 -Netflix 10th
  • The Cleaner -BBC One 10th
  • Dr. Death -StarzPlay 12th
  • Motherland: Fort Salem S2 -BBC Three 12th
  • Departure -5Star 20th
  • Manhunt: The Night Stalker S2 -ITV 20th
  • Y: The Last Man Standing -STAR on Disney+ 22nd
  • Midnight Mass -Netflix 24th

Manhunt: The Night Stalker

I really enjoy this series on ITV, the first season is still available to watch if you’ve never seen any of it, and I’m really hoping for a third season. It’s based on real cases and recollections of former Metropolitan police detective DCI Colin Sutton.

Looking Ahead

On TV for October 2021 in the UK:

  • Ridley Road -BBC One 3rd
  • The Walking Dead: World Beyond (Final) -Amazon Prime 2nd
  • Reservation Dogs -STAR on Disney+ 13th
  • COBRA: Cyberwar -Sky Max 15th
  • You S3 -Netflix 15th
  • I Know What You Did Last Summer -Amazon Prime 15th
  • Hightown S2 -StarzPlay 17th
  • Fear the Walking Dead S7 -AMC Global 18th
  • American Horror Story: Double Feature S10 -STAR on Disney+ 20th
  • Locke & Key S2 -Netflix 22nd
  • Invasion -Apple TV+ 22nd
  • Godfather of Halem S2b -StarzPlay 31st


How will he cope with married life in a quiet suburb and a new baby? Same as usual I suspect.

October Movies

Coming this October (fingers crossed for spooky, fingers crossed for spooky, fingers crossed for spooky)

  • The Addams Family 2 -8th
  • Lawrence: After Arabia -9th
  • The Ghosts of Borley Rectory -11th
  • Venom: Let There Be Carnage -15th
  • Halloween Kills -15th
  • The Last Duel -15th
  • Dune -21st
  • Last Night in Soho -29th
  • Queenpins -29th
  • Antlers -29th
  • A Beautiful Breakup -31st

Venom: Let There Be Carnage

Once Upon A Time in Hollywood | The Book

This book makes me wanna grab a glass of milk, some oversized chocolate buttons, and lay on the bed with my feet on the wall whilst I disappear into the world between the pages. This is what my weekends were made of when I was a teenager, pulp fiction I’d found in thrift stores or at jumble sales for pennies. I’d read and read and read any western, detective novel, spy novel, and the occasional sci-fi I could get my hands on (when I wasn’t watching old movies on the TV that is).

And for some reason, this book -Once Upon A Time In Hollywood by Quentin Tarantino- is giving me those vibes. It isn’t a race to get to the next chapter, there’s no hook at the end making me want to read on. But I can’t put it down until I’ve read each chapter and given it my full attention. It rambles in places, but in a weirdly good way. It talks about the movies and actors I was watching at that time, which is odd.

And I thought, rather than the usual one-page review I’d just take you on a journey. I’m not gonna sum this book up when I’m done reading with a few paragraphs and some stars, nah, I’m gonna give you this review in stages. I’m gonna let you know what I think every few chapters, at the end of whichever post I’m writing at the time, like we haven’t seen each other all weekend and we gotta catch each other up on everything.

Or you could read one of my books 😉

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