In which Kyle looks at the poetry of the Fab Four. These are words that go together well.
Alien Ant Farm's career could have gone a whole lot smoother.
It's Halloween, and Ursa's trying (not very successfully) to be spooky. Possibly reviewing Shaun of the Dead, "A romantic comedy. With zombies." wasn't the best idea, but she's trying anyway. Even if it's more about harsh truths than horror.
Bruno Mars shocks the monkey.
For Halloween, Rantasmo attempts to review an underrated atmospheric horror movie. It does not go as planned.
Kyle goes on a quick rant about something that's been bothering him for some time.
Rockwell felt like somebody was watching him, but they weren't watching him for very long.
What better month than October for Ursa to review the books she tried to talk about back in episode 70? This is Mira Grant's Newsflesh trilogy: zombies, bloggers, government, privacy, terrorism, truth and lies, and more snark than you can poke a stick at.
Jay-Z's quest: To seek the Holy Grail. Is it as amazing as he hoped it would be?
Stuff You Like kicks off October with Unbreakable, one of the few, the proud, the Shyamalan movies with a twist that makes sense. Come for the Bruce Willis, stay for Samuel L. Jackson, theme colours, cinematography, deconstruction of the superhero genre, and 'Ohhh…how did I NOT see that coming?'