This weekend, my parents graced me with their presence, so I didn’t have a whole lot of time to watch TV. When we did, it was generally slim pickings. A lot of that had to do with the fact that I do not have cable. My parents to have Comcast, but setting up streaming channels to my Roku was a giant pain in the ass, so we made due with terrestrial TV. It may sound like a limiting factor, but let me tell you, there is a ton of random shit out there. Aside from the standard ABC, CBS, NBC, Fox, and CW, there are a bunch of channels scattered throughout the digital spectrum. Something that shouldn’t be surprising is that a lot of them play old movies and TV shows. One such movie: The Maiden Heist, a comedy about three museum guards (Christopher Walken, Morgan Freeman, and William H Macy) who plan to steal a series of paintings before it is transferred to another institution. Judging by how standard definition the film appeared, I assumed it was some movie from the 90’s I don’t remember, but it was actually made in 2009. I keep forgetting about the abundance of straight to video movies out there.