The guys discuss all things Halloween! The traditions, horror film icons and what horror says of us as people!
This week the guys talk guys, and how they try and fail at feminism. Is this even a topic they’re capable of having through to the end? … More What Does the Male Feminist Look Like?
Donovan and Harry return to discuss the concept of American Pride, and its origins. It’s another angry one, but one in which the two fall on both sides of the fence and hope to reclaim the concept from pure jingoism. … More What does it mean to have American Pride?
Harry and Don discuss Tarantino’s use of the word “nigger” in his movies, most mainly in “Pulp Fiction”, although “Jackie Brown” and “Django Unchained” are discussed as well. The tension between historical significance, artistic license, Artist vs. Audience, “Generation KKK” “N-word privilege” and worst case scenarios are discussed, including voices outside of the “H and D” realm. Not included is Donovan’s younger, smarter brother. … More Should Quentin Tarantino reconsider his use of “the N-word” in his films?
This episode is about the fight for identity in a post 2016 election world. That identity, at risk in the world of “It’s just my opinion”, can get pretty pissed off. Is it poppin’ off or justified anger? Donovan drags Harry through the world of online black outrage, Charlemagne tha God, Miss Annes and feelings of sexual anxiety. It’s another meaty one, but one in which 50% of the hosts had to get off his chest. … More Pride vs. Stereotypes ROUND 2:Trevor Noah, Tomi Lahren and Everything in Between
In this episode Harry and Don tackle the unspeakable subject of fandom. Like patients stricken with an illness, they discuss their own imaginary loves before turning an eye to the far reaches of the fan’s psyche, discussing legitimate love for the fictional, television and comics, how fandom can become obsession, reality and real life love. … More Is it okay to fall in love with Fictional Characters?