Get ready for high-ish fantasy and sci-fi's lovechild who has a poor understanding of what a glaive actually is. We all know the real glaive is the friends you made along the way.
Not to be confused with just any old Neon Demon, this is THE Neon Demon. You can tell because of all the Mountain Pumas.
Ever wondered what Lost would be like if it had a lower budget, was a movie instead of a TV series, and was way more focused on the collapse of the entire constructs of heaven and hell? This movie, I mean why else would we bring it up?
In our inadvertent second installment of people from Iowa are weird, we get geography lessons, baseball field shootings, and medical pitchforks. That's Iowa for you.
We take a look at ghosts and the men who love them as well as some handy tips for making your own bidet. It's edutainment in the loosest sense of the word.
We head down to our secret prohibition era room to discuss the finer points of mirror people and Showbiz Pizza. Remember The Rock-afire Explosion?
Tom Selleck stars in this surprisingly accurate portrayal of a future full of robots and other robot adjacent technologies. And I wonder, I wa wa wa wa wonder how many other stars you might recognize.
We tackle our first Indian movie this week and learn that you shouldn't interrupt two cobras in the midst of snake-based lovemaking. You would think we wouldn't need to learn that.
Canada serves us up this tale of hole monsters and wildly inappropriate expressions of puberty in ways only the 1980's could provide.