Night of the Strangler (1972) Monkee Mickey Dolenz mopes his way through melodrama and murder in this turgid tale of familial dysfunction. By the way, nobody gets strangled. TIL: The well-being (or its opposite) of the individual is closely bound up with that of the family.
Your daily dose of culture courtesy of Humongous (1982) - "Children learn more from what you are, than what you teach." - W. E. B. Du Bois
And finally, a friendly reminder to check your calendars. That’s right, it's still Easter season. You can celebrate by watching Call Me Francis and Little Boy on Netflix. I discuss them both at Aleteia.