Just watched the Netflix 'Punisher' series. It was disappointing at best. Pretty good performances from the cast but it was like every other Marvel series, mostly padding. Oddly, and without giving away any spoilers, it tried to reboot the origin story it had already established for the main character which had been set up nicely in the previous Daredevil series. It was like they tried to give him a new origin but the same one all at the same time. The character was meant to be a brutal, well, there's not really any other word for it, he's meant to be a 'punisher' but instead we got a whole season of angst, side-plots and people getting hurt by people half their size in one scene and then taking on a dozen armed men in the next, depending on what the script required. A bit of a jumbled mess with an ending that just left me wondering why I bothered. Luckily I watch this kind of stuff as I work on other things so it's little more than a distraction. I've rather more got into old 1970s low-budget horror lately. I got the Hammer Horror anthology series and went through that. It's odd little 1 hour episodes with the look and feel of a Hammer movie. Some were utter garbage with just awful standards but there were a few gems in there. There was an episode starring Denholm Elliot (clearly struggling to pay the rent that week) in a fun episode where he's cheating on his wife with his secretary. He keeps waking up with various aspects of his life being maybe or maybe not a dream. Very interesting concept.