This week we Byron brings up unnecessary awfulness, we continue creeping up spooky summits worldwide, & review Ana Lily Amurpour’s sophomore effort, a love story set in a community of cannibals in a future dystopia called, The Bad Batch.

And you…me…we are/were in for a treat! I (Byron) was lucky enough to talk with Alex Essoe (Starry Eyes, The Neighbors, The Grim Grinning Ghost) about her new film Midnighters.

 

Companion Material

 

 

The Bodies of Everest 

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4 Comments

  1. Jake
    July 11, 2017 at 2:54 PM — Reply

    It made me sad that you liked The Handmaids Tale… I read the book. Its so poorly written, drivel really. Its nonsense. Not to mention its pitched as the great women’s movement thing, when its more of a cult thing. There are just as many evil women as there are evil men in the book. Actually by the book, it seems more like the handmaids are the women’s ideas and the men don’t even enjoy it.

  2. Jake
    July 11, 2017 at 4:52 PM — Reply

    I digress though, I apologize for the Handmaid rant. I’ve got an extreme feminist neighbor who I had a rather long debate over this with. She swore that Margarete Atwood was the voice for female empowerment and that she is a genius. So I took the time to read the book, and it was just terrible. Then I asked my wife to read it assuming I was just being an asshole, and she said the same thing, that it was so hard to read at points she almost gave up. Regardless, I love you guys and everything you do. I hope you never stop.

    • Byron McKoy
      July 12, 2017 at 2:46 PM — Reply

      Love you too, Jake! Opinions on the content aside, I feel the show is just soaked in true awfulness and dread. Something that I really dig in my viewies. I’ve heard lots of debate between the book, the show, and the intended message, and I’m sure once I watch all of the movies in the world, I’ll get to the book. I’ll let you know my thoughts when I do.
      Keep listening and we won’t stop.

  3. July 26, 2017 at 7:52 AM — Reply

    Handmades tale is a great book and a great move

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