How long will it take until these songs aren’t stuck in my head any more? Elliot and Reuben discuss what they thought of Heathers.
Yes, yes I would. Elliot and Reuben discuss the british panel show, Would I Lie to You
Just what will turn this poor box office performance around – our large fan base! Reuben and Elliot discuss Solo: A Star Wars Story.
We dive Down the Rabbit Hole to take a look at another piece of obscure internet media. This time, Elliot and Reuben are taking a look at Anime Crimes Division, a short web series made by RocketJump and Crunchyroll.
Spidermen 2: Too many spidermen. Elliot and Reuben discuss which Spiderman series is better.Thanks to our special guest for being willing to represent Andrew Garfield’s Spiderman.
Note: There are some themes discussed in this episode which we think we don’t handle as well as we could have. We use the word ‘uncomfortable’ to describe this work a lot, but that’s just because we’re uncomfortable talking about sexual erotica in general. This is the same whether it’s straight, gay, or anything else. If the way we handle these topics makes you uncomfortable, we sincerely apologize. Love is love, and we support all love – emotional & physical. My headcannon is that Chuck Tingle is actually an instance […]
For some reason, Elliot and Reuben are talking about Legends of Tomorrow. Don’t call them heroes.
My hair says this web series is great. Reuben and Elliot discuss Yu-Gi-Oh The Abridged Series. Down the Rabbit Hole is a series where we take a look at a more obscure piece of new media.
This week, while we’re in the middle of our Broadchurch watch, we take a look at a more obscure piece of internet content. Reuben takes us Down the Rabbit Hole to watch Dances Moving.
Spoiler alert – it’s awesome. Reuben and Elliot talk about Ward. If you haven’t read Worm, why don’t you listen to our episode about it to find out if you’d like it.