Ursa reviews the comic apocalyptic fantasy novel by Terry Pratchett and Neil Gaiman.
Gene Hunt and Life on Mars: why do we love them? This week: dark twisted fantasies, destroying the Daily Mail view of the world, and the freedom to be the jerk you always wanted to be.
Ursa talks Snake People/Millennials, the inevitable revolution where robots take all our jobs, and a movie about women in a quiet, dystopian future where everything done got screwed up.
We're setting sail for adventure! Boldly going where no one has gone before! And dealing with Jim Hawkins and his daddy issues while we're at it! Also: singing! And greenscreen and Tim Curry!
Taking fashion seriously, Queen Bees, Miranda Priestly, and Getting What You Want: Ursa takes a look at how the women win in The Devil Wears Prada.
Han! Leia! Anakin! Padmé! Shipping and love stories and romance, oh my!
Keira Knightley! Not-so-respectable Bennets! Gratuitous bare-hand contact! And period films for people who don't know anything about period films.
Look Ma, no puns! Instead, we've got prequels, sequels, mythology, prophecy, and when it's better Not To Know.
Ursa reviews a pop science book on epidemiology and evidence-based medicine that's fun, accessible, hilarious... and occasionally really scary.
Ursa's discusses her favorite film in the Cornetto trilogy, why Nicholas Angel is so great, and alternate reads on character sexuality.
In this two-part episode, Ursa takes a crack at Revenge of the Sith and the joys of people taking action while advancing the plot through dialogue.
The Lion King: it's a family movie. And that's a good thing! Ursa discusses Winning All The Awards, family vs. children's media, and universal themes.
Time for a book review with an Old-Timey Magical Rebel with a Cause. Let's dance, magic dance.
Mawwaige... is what brings us here today. Well, that and talking about how totally fantastic Evie is, the dearth of happily married movie couples, and why Ursa loves The Mummy Returns, even though it's dumb.
More terrible puns, weird acting choices, the perils of directing, and baby Jedi named Liam! We've got it all!
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