Paw von Dugan and Oan von Citizen peer into the mind of Lars von Trier as he drives Björk insane.
Out of Africa, a movie about wizards, eggs, and magic sticks. Oh, and forging a national identity by creating a narrative connecting the blah blah blah…
Paw and Elisa (Maven of the Eventide) have tied the knot! Here they review that (may have) started that whirlwind romance, wedding and honeymoon things, and sexy fishies.
It's been a long time since that first review, huh? But the sequel to Grand Central Arena is out, and man, it's BRILLIANT. Bonkers, admittedly, and full of references to things that I don't really understand, but still brilliant. Bit like this show, really. If you're new, welcome. If you've stuck with me way back… Read More
Rantasmo reviews Designing Women and the Sassy Woman archetype, but mostly just ends up gushing about Dixie Carter.
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.