2017 viewing log

everything I watch in 2017, with minor exceptions of clips. my dissertation is on pornography, so there will be a lot of pornography.

films are underlined.
rewatch = bold
† = theatrical viewing
n.d. = no director given
∞ = unfinished


Ohayô / Good Morning (Yasujirô Ozu, 1959)
How To Train a Housewife (n.d., Blacked, 2016)
Airport (George Seaton, 1970)
Kendra’s Obsession Part 1 (Greg Lansky, Blacked, 2016)
Tom Segura: Completely Normal (Jay Chapman, 2014)
Zorns Lemma (Hollis Frampton, 1970)
Lena Gets Her Groove Back (n.d., Blacked, 2016)
Dracula: Prince of Darkness (Terence Fisher, 1966)
†Hidden Figures (Theodore Melfi, 2016)
Tomorrow Never Dies (Roger Spottiswoode, 1997)
Star Trek Voyager, s04e11 “Concerning Flight” (Jesús Salvador Treviño, 1997)
Star Trek Voyager, s04e12 “Mortal Coil” (Allan Kroeker, 1997)
That 70’s Show, s01e01 “That 70’s Pilot” (Terry Hughes, 1998)
That 70’s Show, s01e02 “Eric’s Birthday” (David Trainer, 1998)
That 70’s Show, s01e03 “Streaking” (David Trainer, 1998)
Zabriskie Point (Michelangelo Antonioni, 1970)
That 70’s Show, s01e04 “Battle of the Sexists” (David Trainer, 1998)
That 70’s Show, s01e05 “Eric’s Burger Job” (David Trainer, 1998)
Star Trek Voyager, s04e13 “Waking Moments” (Alexander Singer, 1998)
Star Trek Voyager, s04e14 “Message in a Bottle” (Nancy Malone, 1998)
I Always Get What I Want (n.d., Blacked, 2016)
That 70’s Show, s01e06 “The Keg” (David Trainer, 1998)
Città violenta aka Violent City aka The Family (Sergio Sollima, 1970)
Dracula Has Risen from the Grave (Freddie Francis, 1968)
Star Trek Voyager, s04e15 “Hunters” (David Livingston, 1998)
Star Trek Voyager, s04e16 “Prey” (David Livingston, 1998)
Star Trek Voyager, s04e17 “Message in a Bottle” (Jesús Salvador Treviño, 1998)
Star Trek Voyager, s04e18 “The Killing Game: Part 1” (David Livingston, 1998)
Star Trek Voyager, s04e19 “The Killing Game: Part 2” (Victor Lobl, 1998)
British Sounds aka See You at Mao (Jean Luc Godard, Jean-Henri Roger, 1970)
That 70’s Show, s01e07 “That Disco Episode” (David Trainer, 1998)
That 70’s Show, s01e08 “Drive In” (David Trainer, 1998)
That 70’s Show, s01e09 “Thanksgiving” (David Trainer, 1998)
President Obama’s Farewell Address (January 10, 2017, NBC – LIVE)
Taste the Blood of Dracula (Peter Sasdy, 1970)
The World is Not Enough (Michael Apted, 1999)
Saturday Night Live s42e11 (January 14, 2017, NBC – LIVE)
That 70’s Show, s01e10 “Sunday Bloody Sunday” (David Trainer, 1998)
That 70’s Show, s01e11 “Eric’s Buddy” (David Trainer, 1998)
Body Snatchers (Abel Ferrara, 1993)
King of New York (Abel Ferrara, 1990)
Antigone (Jean-Marie Straub, Danièle Huillet, 1992)
Who the (Bleep) Did I Marry s06e11 “Evil Beauty” (n.d., 2015)
Who the (Bleep) Did I Marry s04e2 “Prayer and Prophet” (n.d., 2013)
That 70’s Show, s01e12 “The Best Christmas Ever” (David Trainer, 1998)
Othon (Danièle Huillet, Jean-Marie Straub)
†Split (M. Night Shyamalan, 2016)
Saturday Night Live s42e12 (January 21, 2017, NBC)
Silence (Martin Scorsese, 2016)
That 70’s Show, s01e13 “Ski Trip” (David Trainer, 1999)
That 70’s Show, s01e14 “Stolen Car” (David Trainer, 1999)
Trump Inauguration Speech (January 20, 2017 ABC News, Youtube)
Rebranding White Nationalism: Inside the Alt-Right (n.d., The Atlantic, 2016)
Three Doors Down President Trump Inauguration Full Performance (January 20, 2017, Youtube)
Kellyanne Conway Doing Stand Up & Singing In 1997 (January 25, 2017, Youtube)
Sneaky Pete s01e01 “Pilot” (Seth Gordon, 2015)
Sneaky Pete s01e02 “Safe” (Michael Dinner, 2017)
Missy Elliot – I’m Better ft. Lamb (Missy Elliot, Dave Meyers, 2017)
The Mandingo Challenge (Jules Jordan, 2016)
The ‘Burbs (Joe Dante, 1989)
†Sleepless (Baran bo Odar, 2017)
Cristela Alonza: Lower Classy (Marcus Raboy, 2017)
Beneath the Planet of the Apes (Ted Post, 1970)
That 70’s Show, s01e15 “That Wrestling Show” (David Trainer, 1999)
That 70’s Show, s01e16 “First Date” (David Trainer, 1999)
That 70’s Show, s01e17 “The Pill” (David Trainer, 1999)
That 70’s Show, s01e18 “The Career Day” (David Trainer, 1999)
MASH (Robert Altman, 1970)
Beyond the Valley of the Dolls (Russ Meyer, 1970)

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