The guys discuss all things Halloween! The traditions, horror film icons and what horror says of us as people!
*TRIGGER WARNING* This episode includes discussions of rape, pedophilia and sexual abuse. The famous Michael Bailey joins the discussion of the recent resurgence of sex abuses within the Catholic Church. The guys discuss their own Catholic upbringing, how they currently define their faiths, the mafioso nature of Catholicism, the sexual education of Catholics, and more … More When Should People Leave the Church? Guest Starring Michael Bailey!
What is the nature of our hate? How do we do it? How do we come to feel anything towards things, both popular and unpopular? This episode begins in fresh territory (with the Kardashians) and only burrows down weirder paths, cataloging popular hate, general acceptance, memes and darker territory.
Donovan and Harry switch gears from the last several serious topics and go after their own in discussing fandoms and geek culture that went Too FAR.
The Red Pill. Incels. Femoids. Chads and Stacies. This is the language of a world Harry and Donovan hover over in observation, but refuse to descend upon. Through the cloud of misunderstanding they lock arms and seek to find an answer, together, before they die of smoke inhalation.
*SPOILERS* This episode contains Spoilers for the beginning for Star Trek Discovery In this episode, the guys toss each other two examples of extreme status quos in media. First, Harry takes a look and groans at Star Trek’s final episode “Turnabout Intruder”. Then, Donovan flinches and peeks through his fingers at three episodes from Black … More The Possibilities of Storytelling
This week, Donovan Grant of the Lost Ninth Legion and Harrison Chute of the Remember Ninth Legion spin a tale of laziness and the backdoor to storytelling plunder. Sweet, sweet storytelling rubles. Why do creators often write stereotypical characters? What lessons can we take away from their mistakes? More troubling — can we even? Even?! … More How Do Creators Avoid Stereotyping?