Important news: we’ve seen Barbie, and we’re here to talk about it. We’re also taking a look at Maia Kobabe’s Gender Queer, Transformers, and more.
We thought we might have been over vampire media, but we were wrong. Join us as we discuss Anne Rice’s Interview With the Vampire and its adaptations, as well as morality, the origins and meanings of vampire fiction, and what ‘bad’ representation means.
We’ve journeyed Across the Spider-Verse, back into Hälsingland, and into the murky world of reboots in this week’s WWBUT.
Join us as we discuss authenticity, the tricky balance of real-world social issues with capitalism, and, naturally, which spice we’d be if we were a spice.
We’ve got some thoughts on men, cults, songfic, and action scenes on this week’s WWBUT!
Put ‘Pony’ on the stereo and get your dollar bills out, because it’s time to talk about Magic Mike XXL
We’re back to talk about Missy’s completely intentional misinterpretation of Renfield, Merri’s Scream apologia, and more.
Join us on our journey down further and further rungs of truth as we take a look at The Amber Spyglass, the third book in the His Dark Materials series by Philip Pullman and its corresponding season of the TV show.
We’re back from ECCC and ready to talk about it! We’ve also got some remarkably hot takes for a WWBUT, including a discussion of How to Do Nothing by Jenny Odell, and Missy repeatedly apologizing for finding Our Flag Means Death to be merely a good show.
Insert your favorite catchphrase here, because we’re talking about Letterkenny, the hit Canadian comedy show featuring hicks, skids, hockey players, and more jokes per second than one person can possibly comprehend. We’re talking about small towns, masculinity, and the boundaries between good humor and bad taste.