The Twilight saga continues in Eclipse, which manages to be both the best and worst book in the series so far.
In our latest WWBUT, Missy has no idea what year it is, Merri floats a spicy book club, and Michelle Yeoh has our hearts forever.
We’re taking a look at the conclusion to the Fruits Basket series! We’re talking about gender, trauma, and finding something to live for.
Missy and Merri had a nice little vacation and therefore have a few things to talk about—and more references to clown romance!
Somehow, Merri forgot until we were already recording that she read a book where one of the main characters is a clown. Naturally, we spent most of this episode talking about that.
We’re talking about the first half of Fruits Basket, Natsuki Takaya’s hit manga (and the first anime series) about the kindest girl you’ll ever meet.
Did you know that Fruits Basket is super long? Well, we’re back with another short WWBUT episode to prove it.
We’re taking a look at Skins, the hit series about troubled teens from Bristol.
A WWBUT so short that Missy forgot she edited it. Join us as we discuss movies we can’t talk about without spoiling, cool crimes, and mafia romance.
We’re taking a look at John Constantine’s journey from comics to screens in Constantine (the movie) and Constantine (the show)! What genres are these? Who are they for? And more importantly: where are the politics?