…and Evil Dead and Birdemic and The Room and The Great Muppet Caper and Best Worst Movie and the Troll Hunter…
Taking back the streets, one interpretive dance at a time.
Lindsay and Nella take a field trip to Barnes and Noble to check out what the situation looks like in the Teen Paranormal Romance and Regular Old Romance sections of your local bookstore.
Todd gets soulful with a look back at the career of Billy Paul, who broke hearts with "Me and Mrs. Jones"…. how did this guy not have another hit?
Elisa discusses the origins of the Maven and her Vampire Reviews as well as answers some FAQs about the show and its first episode.
If you’ll forgive me a bit of self-indulgence I’m going to outline the process that went into making that tiny little bit of video. The reason I want to go through it is twofold: I learn a lot by reflecting on it and writing it all down, and there’s a chance that someone else might… Read More
Alright boys, it's time to get a bit of dope and get fucked up tonight!
From the joyless snobbery of Ratatouille’s Anton Ego to the unhappy, beleaguered Jay Sherman, star of “The Critic”, the truism that “nobody likes a critic” seems alive and well. It is strange, then, that there is so much surprise and heartbreak all over the Internet following the death of Roger Ebert. He was the ur-critic,… Read More
Lindsay and Nella discuss some of the (many many) submissions they received, and talk about some of the quirks, trends and tone that make modern YA… modern YA.
Ursa dips her toe into the weird and wonderful world of women's football, deception narratives and Indian cooking. With Spice Girls references, Keira Knightley, football montages and why Jess is secretly a Disney princess: this is Bend it like Beckham.