90% of the crew got together to make one excellent indie movie and then basically vanished off the face of the Earth.
This year’s theme is “queer genre film,” so how could we not start with an adaptation of the novel that served as forefather to many of our beloved sympathetic murder gays. On a more serious note, please check the links for this (and all our Pride) episodes for […]
Man, I thought this book was the greatest when I was an edgy teenager.
Well, one good episode out of three isn’t the worst this show’s done.
The lesson I learned from this is, “you’ve seen way more Scooby Doo than you think you have.”
Sometimes it’s actually that bad.
The original is endearing homoerotic 70s camp and this is a subpar Zoolander knockoff.
It’s not INaccurate to call this “50 Shades before 50 Shades.” Just with an extra heaping of (Anne) Rice.
This is a rough set of episodes with one beautiful, beautiful high point (hint: the high point involves Lex).
I never thought something would make me appreciate the artistry of Urotsukidoji in hindsight, but here we are.