CLOSE READING: Andrew examines the mockumentary Trollhunter, and the collision of modern and pre-modern storytelling it contains.
PANDA COLLECTION, 1.6: Andrew dives into Jean-Pierre Jeunet’s Delicatessen and the claustrophobic dystopia it reveals to us.
Andrew takes a look at My Favorite Year and begins the long process of figuring out how Peter O’Toole never won an Oscar.
Today, Northern Ireland is no longer the site of brutal civil war, but Yann Demange’s ’71 brings the country’s violent past to life.
SO I WATCHED AN EPISODE OF…: Andrew dives into Mystery Science Theater 3000, and the huge influence it had on his sense of humor, and comedy in general.
Andrew talks about Chris Morris’ satire and its growing relevance in this age of “fake news.”
Andrew looks back on the film Starter for 10 and his competitive trivia career
PANDA COLLECTION, 1.2: Andrew inducts this classic thriller into the collection, while discussing its newfound meaning.
SO I WATCHED AN EPISODE OF: This month, Andrew takes it upon himself to relive the nightmare that is Yes, Dear and warns us to remember the depths TV can sink to.
CLOSE READING: Andrew indulges in a close analysis of the preparations of the titular feast, as well as the nightmarish fears it provokes in the village in which it is set.