Cold In July starring Michael C. Hall, Sam Shepard and Don Johnson. Man kills burglar and the dead man's scary dad wants revenge. Adaptation of a Joe R. Lansdale story and Lansdale says the movie is good.
Equalizer starring Denzel Washington. Let's see what Max Allan Collins says: [A] terrific Spillane-style THE EQUALIZER...The film even begins with a scene that re-works the opening of MY GUN IS
QUICK. Washington is terrific as the self-contained, haunted hero, and
a final action sequence in a Menard’s-type big-box store is blackly
funny and satisfying as hell.
The Drop starring Tom Hardy and James Gandolfini. Crime flick in Boston. What's Patti Abbot think: It’s hard to think how this film could be any better although it moves
slowly. But that’s Bob. And Bob is the heart of the film. Highly
Archer: the complete season three and the complete season four starring Duchess and a cast of crazies. You know the drill. Archer is a jerk and causes trouble. You watch the whole thing and laugh a lot.
Texas Vigilante by Bill Crider. Sequel to Outrage at Blanco which is still in processing. Ellie revenged her murdered husband in 1880s Texas and now runs a ranch. Escaped convicts descend on her ranch to go after one of Ellie's ranch hands. [I was going to write "one of Ellie's hands". That could be neat, maybe they just want revenge on a couple fingers. They have nothing against Ellie as a whole, but those fingers have it coming!]
First Frost by Sarah Addison Allen. Book with an apple on the cover.
Cane and Abe by James Grippando. This cover is similar to another novel.