The Agenda

What to Look Out
for This Week

Words by

Ethan Thomas

Published

April 6, 2020

Cultural events calendar for the week of April 6th, 2020

Tuesday, 4/7

Hidden Valley Road

Inside the Mind of an American Family

In Bookstores

Written by the bestselling and award-winning author, Robert Kolker, the book follows the Galvin family of twelve children—six of them diagnosed with schizophrenia. Ultimately, it's the story of a midcentury American family and how a horrible mental disease gave the medical field its greatest hope in the quest to understand it.

$25.19 at Amazon

Wednesday, 4/8

Air Jordan 7 Neutral Grey

Available at 10 am EDT

My personal favorite Jordans are back and this iteration are inspired by none other than everybody's favorite cartoon rabbit. Completely covered in grey faux fur and foam pink accents make this a great ode to Mr. Bugs Bunny. The shoe comes from a childish place but look authentically great and very much like a sneaker you could wear all the time.

$250 at Nike

Wednesday, 4/8

Parasite

Wednesday, 4/8

Parasite

Streaming on Hulu

If you missed the film in theaters before it rose to massive success, you can stream it now. The South Korean picture, directed by Bong Joon-ho, hit it big at the 92nd Academy Awards in February, taking home the trophies for Best Picture, Director, Original Screenplay and Foreign Language Film. The question is: which to identify with more—the parasite or the host?

Watch the trailer | 99% Fresh on Rotten Tomatoes | Add to your list

Available for Download

This 16-bit game inspired by Mad Max is anything but dated. Originally released for only Windows, the game has been upgraded for nearly every console. In Convoy, a player must scour the wastelands of a desert planet in a defensively outfitted semi-trailer truck for parts to a crashed spaceship. Raw and edgy, this game will keep you occupied for days.

Watch the trailer | Pre-Order for Nintendo Switch

Saturday, 4/11

Code 8

Streaming on Netflix

Saturday, 4/11

Code 8

Streaming on Netflix

Originally released in 2019, Code 8 is actually based on a YouTube short film from 2016. The movie is about a super-powered construction worker who falls into a gang in order to help out his mother while being hunted by elite robots. To get ready for what's going to be a wild ride, take a look at the original short.

Watch the trailer | 80% Fresh on Rotten Tomatoes

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