Episode 55: Pet Sematary Pt. 2

The Losers keep digging into Stephen King’s 1983 novel, Pet Sematary. Chapters include: Intro, The Sematary (2:00), Word Processor of the God (47:45), Poundcake (102:30), King’s Dominion (1:16:00), Final Thoughts (1:30:00), and Outro (1:40:30).

on February 23, 2018, 1:45pm

Episode 54: Pet Sematary Pt. 1

The Losers grab their shovels and head into Stephen King’s 1983 novel, Pet Sematary. Chapters include: Intro, History (15:45), The Hook (40:40), Structure and Format (57:00), Heroes and Villains (1:19:15), and Outro (2:46:00).

on February 16, 2018, 4:25am

Kendrick Lamar – Black Panther: The Album

Kendrick Lamar, Vince Staples, Jorja Smith, The Weeknd and many others bring a fictional African nation to life — a place whose culture is both deeply spiritual and known for being the most technologically advanced on Earth. Eleanor Edwards reads Greg Whitt’s review.

on February 14, 2018, 3:25pm

Episode 00: The Night WE Came Home

From the padded cells of Smith’s Grove Sanitarium to the leafy streets of Haddonfield, Illinois… we are Halloweenies. Each month, McKenzie Gerber, Dan Caffrey, Justin Gerber, and Michael Roffman will slice through one Halloween movie at a time – all leading up to the October release of David Gordon Green’s highly anticipated sequel. There will be tricks, there will be treats, and, yes, there will be blood.

on February 13, 2018, 12:34am

Episode 2: The One With the Woke Makeovers

This week, Allison and Clint are joined by Jacob Oller (Paste Magazine, One Perfect Shot, Syfy Wire) to finally react to This Is Us’ dramatic Super Bowl episode – and the reveal of Jack’s actual death. In the episode, our hosts also celebrate some transcendent fierceness on RuPaul’s Drag Race All-Stars, dig into the turn-of-the-century pseudoscience of The Alienist, and debate whether or not Queer Eye’s Netflix reboot is a welcome update to the self-improvement show, or mere exploitation of Trump-era social issues with a glossy makeover. 

on February 12, 2018, 9:30am

MGMT – Little Dark Age

Songwriters Andrew VanWyngarden and Ben Goldwasser lapse back into a sardonic mode that sounded a whole lot better in 2007 than it does in 2018. Cap Blackard reads Sasha Geffen’s review.

on February 09, 2018, 12:11pm