Tony with special guests Charlie, Fernando and Steven celebrate Halloween by discussing horror films, including Hausu (1977), The Boy (2016) and The VVitch (2015), as well as some of the more general tropes of the genre.
Dave, Tony, and Jami discuss meta media (that is, self-referential works of art) such as Jorge Luis Borges' short story The Garden Of Forking Paths, Kurt Vonnegut's novel Breakfast Of Champions, the documentary film American Movie, and the novel House Of Leaves by Mark Z. Danielewski.
Dave, Tony, Jami and special guest Charlie discuss the latest in mobile technology, including phones (including Nexus Phones and the forthcoming iPhone 7), streaming services (such as Spotify and Netflix) and fitness trackers (like Fitbit and Charge 2).
Dave, Tony and Jami talk about the DC graphic novels Kingdom Come; Injustice: Gods Among Us; Batman: The Killing Joke and the new film adaptation of Suicide Squad.
Dave, Tony, Jami and special guest Charlie discuss the book The Art Of Learning by Josh Waitzkin, the website FiveThirtyEight.com, the board game Captain Sonar, and the Netflix original series Stranger Things.
Dave, Tony and special guests Jo and Charlie discuss meteorologist Tom Skilling, the HBO series The Night Of, the video game Overwatch, and the book But What If We're Wrong by Chuck Klosterman.
Dave, Tony and special guest Gwen talk about the Nick Harkaway book Tigerman, the C-SPAN show Book TV, the mobile game Pokémon GO and the film Theeb.
Dave, Tony and special guest Simon explore the various VR platforms currently available: Oculus Rift, HTC Vive, Playstation VR and Gear VR.
Jami, Tony and special guest Charlie talk about the Lindy West book Shrill: Notes from a Loud Woman, the Monkees' album Good Times, the Duncan Jones-directed movie Moon, and Peter Jackson's trilogy of films adapted from J.R.R. Tolkien's The Lord Of The Rings.
Dave, Jami and special guest Roberta talk about the new edition of the video game DOOM, the comic book series Harley Quinn by Amanda Conner, assorted audiobooks written by Neil Gaiman, and the film Captain America: Civil War.