This week, we’re tackling Neil Gaiman’s 2001 novel American Gods, and its TV adaptation! What’s so American about it? What’s so godlike about it? And is the adaptation worth it?
After an unexpected absence, we’re back! What have we been up to in these long weeks away?
Welcome to another WWBUT, in which we discuss dubious interpretations of the word “fun,” the tragedy of this season of The Great British Bake-Off, and Missy does an increasingly stressed-out speedrun of her feelings on Squid Game.
We’re taking a closer look at Russian Doll, the Netflix original series about how not to die, and later, how to live.
After a brief absence brought to you by Missy’s harrowing weekend without internet, we’re back to talk about dreamy romances, eye-candy visuals, and good puzzle boxes.
It’s a sick, sad world out there, so we’re turning to Daria, the 1997 animated series following a sardonic and cynical heroine who validated the alienation of an entire generation of teenagers.
After a brief break, we’re back with some book recs, some thoughts on movies, and the least spoiler-filled review of Werewolf By Night you can imagine.
We’re taking a closer look at Practical Magic, both the cult classic film and the novel by Alice Hoffman, thinking about waves of feminism, the history of witchcraft, and more.
We’re back to our regular schedule and therefore more normal-sized WWBUTs. Naturally, this means talking about art, beautiful faces, and pin mommies.
Join us as we journey into the Dreaming for Episode 182 — The Sandman! We’re taking a closer look at The Sandman Netflix series and its inspiration, the first two complete arcs of The Sandman comic: Preludes and Nocturnes and The Doll’s House. We’re talking about horror, the comics of the 80s, and, naturally, Carl Jung.