I was going to make a ‘Domo Arigato’ joke, but I’ve just realised that Robert Ford sounds a lot like Robot Forge. IS THIS A COINCIDENCE OR A HINT OF WHATS TO COME? Anyway, this fortnight, Elliot and Reuben are talking about Westworld.
The only movie where a glow stick is a shocking twist. Elliot and Reuben discuss Coherence.
Part two starts at 7:04
An obscure Australian celebrity examines obscure human conditions. Elliot and Reuben check out Todd Sampson’s Body Hack.
This episode was a bit delayed due to our Christmas special last fortnight, but here it is. Reuben and Elliot discuss Worm, the web serial by J. C. McCrae.
A little Christmas bonus for your pay packet. Elliot and Reuben check out the Aardman Animation (sort of) Christmas special, Robbie the Reindeer.
Listen to two white Australians awkwardly dance around the N word. Elliot and Reuben discuss The Boondocks.
The People Versus ‘Mega Shark Versus Giant Octopus’. The People being Elliot and Reuben. Mainly Reuben. Part Two starts at 12:37
Just a small town vampire, living in a lonely world. Elliot and Reuben take a look at Stephen King’s 1975 novel, ‘Salem’s Lot. Part Two starts at 9:57
Just in time for Halloween, the spookiest concept of all time: Someone could be 22 years old without having read Mary Shelley’s Frankenstein. Elliot and Reuben rectify that with a spooktacular episode (in subject matter alone). Part Two starts at 11:30
Elijah Wood, the human pixie boy, brings this fairy tale to life. Elliot and Reuben check out Over the Garden Wall. Part Two starts at 8:10