Sunday, April 21, 2013

Episode 51: We Roll Like Hayley Mills


This week, Rhea and Destiny keep things short and go through their regulars. There's talk of Superman, Rhea's tax refund adventures, games, and teasing for a future Evil Dead (2013) nerd fight.


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Spoiler Alerts for the Following: None come to mind, but do let us know if we ruin something for you: badlandgirls at gmail dot com.

Correction: The lead actor in Black Dog is Paul Winfield. For some reason, Destiny thought Popmundo was called Popomundo all those years.

Relevant Links: 
The Florentine Players
Backline Improv (Omaha) 
Billy Joel, "We Didn't Start The Fire"
Eloquii by The Limited
"Let's Get Together" from the 1961 version of The Parent Trap
Kyary, "Pon Pon Pon"
Empress Of, "Champagne"
Empress Of, "Hat Trick"
Geek & Sundry
Night of the Living Bread
White Dog trailer
Lake Mungo trailer
Popmundo
Slice the Box
International Geek Girl Pen Pal Club
Subscription boxes

Comic Book Corner:
All-Star Superman by Grant Morrison and Frank Quitely

Wednesday, April 10, 2013

Episode 50: The ABCs of Pop



This week, Destiny and Rhea discuss pop music! We share our thoughts (and playlists), and find ourselves questioning whether buying all those Korn and Limp Bizkit albums back in 1998 because we hated Britney and Justin was the right choice.  Plus, Destiny rambles about Spring Breakers, considers watching Dr. Who, and explains why "Marry the Night" is a better gay anthem than "Born This Way." Rhea defends Taylor Swift, prefers Solange to Beyonce, and wants you to recommend her some pop albums.

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Spoiler alert for the following: Dr. Who I think.

Relevant Links
Spring Breakers trailer
ABCs of Death trailer
Stoker Trailer
Rhea's Bubble Pop Playlist (Spotify) 
Destiny's Pop Musik Playlist (Spotify)
Solange, "Losing You"
Scarecrows trailer (en espanol)
Cheatahs (Bandcamp)
Beyonce, "Bow Down/I Been On"
Beyonce & Lady Gaga, "Video Phone"
Loretta Lynn, "Fist City" 
Kittie, "Charlotte"
Cheryl Lloyd, "Want U Back"
Wonder Girls, "Tell Me"
Why Taylor Swift Offends Little Monsters, Feminists, and Weirdos" (Autostraddle)