The time of teenage vampires is over. The time of old, deeply uncool vampires with one brain cell to share between them is now. Join us as we discuss What We Do in the Shadows, vampire myth, satire, colonialism, and more.
We return to Missy’s ridiculous movie viewing while Merri, as is tradition, watches some documentaries.
We’re taking a look at Pushing Daisies, Bryan Fuller’s 2006 show about a piemaker who can return people from the dead.
Missy watches a bunch of silly movies, Merri watches stressful things, and we both gush over Fire Island.
Join us as we journey back into The Matrix for part two of our series, this time discussing fatalism, race, and gender in the hit series.
Missy reads a confusing book, Merri watches pure nostalgia, and we both keep talking about Men.
We’re jacking in to the first three Matrix films—The Matrix, The Animatrix, and The Matrix: Reloaded!
Missy reads some things and revisits an old favorite while Merri experiments with mysteries and Men.
We’re taking a look at Saint Maud, a slow-burn horror film about… a lot of things, including loneliness, God, and mental illness.
Missy has thoughts about Grace and Frankie and “Dreams” by The Cranberries, while Merri reads dragon romance and sees that new Marvel movie everybody’s talking about.