In Extremist Movie Debate, a coin flip decides who loves it and who hates it. They then debate it on the fly. This episode? Darkest Hour
Joseph Edwin Haeger reviews Where Night Stops by Douglas Light. (Rare Bird Books)
Paris Portingale saves you a bunch of time by summarizing what he heard his friends say about the important bits in Fire and Fury. You’re welcome.
So, Tom Brady lost the Super Bowl. Luckily, the internet has figured out why: He’s actually Melania Trump. Huge, if true.
In an age where we overanalyze art (and those who created it) to death, poetry is a singular force. It is what it is and forever has value because of it.
In Extremist Movie Debate, a coin flip decides who loves it and who hates it. They then debate it on the fly. This episode? The Post
Joseph Edwin Haeger reviews We Are Never Meeting in Real Life. by Samantha Irby. (Vintage Books)
Monsters have been part of storytelling since the earliest times and the Minotaur is one of the most famous. Half man, half bull with a face only a mother could love, let us creep into the labyrinth to make ourselves known to him.
Jesse Valencia imagines what the creators of Twin Peaks could do and where the series could go if they return for a Twin Peaks Season 4.