July closes out with the latest from Quentin Tarantino, Once Upon a Time in Hollywood.
A mob enforcer out of Las Vegas, Jack Carter heads back home to Seattle when his brother is killed and looks to get revenge on the people who killed him.
Desperate for money to keep his martial arts gym afloat, a former soldier and martial artist French takes a side job working for LA mob boss Tommy, intimidating and beating down people who owe him money.
Get caught up on the events of the first season of HBO’s hilariously dark comedy Barry before season 2 begins this coming Sunday (3/31)
Tarantino takes us back to 1969 during the tail end of the “Golden Age of Hollywood” as former western TV star Rick Dalton (Leonardo DiCaprio) tries to transition into films with his stunt double/best friend Cliff Booth (Brad Pitt).
Chris Pine and India Eisley co-star in the new TNT true crime/noir series I Am the Night, which is inspired by the life of Fauna Hodel, whose search for her birth mother uncovered sinister and disturbing secrets about her family in 1960’s Los Angeles.
Much like The Archies or The Monkees before them, fake TV band The Heights had a huge #1 hit in 1992 with the theme song of the short-lived TV show of the same name produced by Aaron Spelling between Beverly Hills 90210 and Melrose Place.
Trying to make it’s own Continentalesque mysterious criminal underworld, Hotel Artemis follows Jodie Foster as The Nurse, who runs the titular secret criminal hospital, which has a very specific set of rules for it’s members that show up in need of it’s services.
Ice-T delivered the fantastic title track for the 1988 crime/gang movie Colors, which was directed by Dennis Hopper and starred Robert Duvall, Sean Penn, Don Cheadle and Damon Wayans.
Jeffrey Donovan is back for Season 2 of Hulu’s crime drama Shut Eye as Donovan’s Charlie Haverford deals with strange visions following a head injury in the first season and the crime family that runs his fake psychic business.