Anne’s away cavorting with eagles and seals this week, so listener Daniel “GrumpyTurtle” Rutis sits in with Bill to debate the merits of The Legend of Zelda: Majora’s Mask (and a whole bunch of other Zelda stuff), with a side of Into the Woods and World of Warcraft talk. Lastly, Bill gives his own inarticulate reviews of Selma, Whiplash, Boyhood, The Princess Kaguya and The Boxtrolls.
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Bill’s back this week to reminisce about the hottest new films of 2015, such as The Last Unicorn, Labyrinth and The Dark Crystal. Anne strikes back with The Rabbi’s Cat, Broad City and The Kroll Show before Bill ends things with a devastating The Room-themed fatality.
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No Bill this week as Anne and friend of the podcast Conley Smith shove him out of the treehouse so they can shout about Grim Fandango. Considering they both played more than once before they hit puberty, maybe those feelings are strong. After a long fond-fest, Anne bounces to the other end of the spectrum to opine on Life Is Strange, a (spoilers!) terrible game.
In the geek week in review, we discuss musicals, feeeeeeemales, man meat, and give Bill a call to clarify his notes.
(Pardon for the bumps and bobbles — perhaps Anne was too distracted by lego to add a sound buffer beneath the mic and the desk.)