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Scare bears Danielle and Collin are joined by renowned crybaby/podcast producer Jordan to talk about Ju-On: Origins, the Netflix Original Series semi-prequel to the classic Japanese horror franchise of the same name. BIG CONTENT WARNINGS for sexual assault, child abuse, domestic abuse, graphic violence, and explicit discussions of these topics. Lea…
 
Eric and merritt reach for the summit in this week's episode of Eric Thurm Makes merritt k Watch Anime, with our intrepid duo experiencing the highs and lows of Encouragement of Climb, a mountaineering slice-of-life anime based on a manga of the same name. This is also the first episode recorded with a new microphone setup, so you're sure to notice…
 
Danielle and Collin are back to discuss the Shudder's new original film, Host, which was filmed entirely in Zoom, the virtual meeting software that has forcefully entered many people's lives since the beginning of quarantine in America. Also forcefully entering people's homes: a ghost! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices…
 
John, Niki, Danielle and Jordan settle in for a thorough, in-depth discussion of the 1985 McDonald's McDLT commercial starring Jason Alexander, the "lettuce and tomato hamburger" itself, deepfaking the waterfall cliff scene from Mac and Me, and Susan Lucci's 1999 Daytime Emmy Award for Outstanding Lead Actress. Learn more about your ad choices. Vis…
 
Eric and merritt are back with special guest SVP/Creative Director of Adult Swim On-Air and co-creator of Toonami, Jason DeMarco! This week everyone watched the 2020 animated adaptation of Dorohedoro, but we also got to pick Jason's brain about his work at Cartoon Network and the modern anime industry at large. (Just a heads up, we had to use an em…
 
Steven, Danielle and merritt return to talk about one of merritt's favorite films of all time, the 1973 Robert Altman classic The Long Goodbye, starring Elliott Gould as the salty, cat-loving private investigator Philip Marlowe. This is quintessential neo-noir at its finest and everyone is relieved to gush over something good for once. Learn more a…
 
merritt and Eric are joined by Will Menaker of Chapo Trap House to discuss Baki, the hyper-violent 2018 martial arts anime that teaches us how important constantly fucking is to becoming the world's greatest martial artist. Oh, and don't believe those urban legends about global nitroglycerin synchronicity. Never happened! Learn more about your ad c…
 
Danielle, merritt and Niki dive headfirst into Floor is Lava, Netflix's sports-reality adaptation of the classic childhood/college pastime we all know and love, asking the big questions everyone else is afraid to. Why are the obstacle courses so good when everything else sucks so much? Are we supposed to hate these people? Will the himbo triplets s…
 
Cells at Work is an intense anime series about your body. Yes YOUR body. Well, any human body, really. Featuring characters that are based on the functions of cells (think, red blood cells, platelets, invading bacterial cells, etc.), our anime co-hosts Eric Thurm and merritt k found the premise simple and fun, but it left them wanting much more dep…
 
This week, for John’s Birthday (happy birthday!), he subjected Danielle, Niki and merritt to Larry Crowne, a wildly indulgent comedy both directed by and starring Tom Hanks, from a script written by Hanks and Nia Vadarlos. Featuring some of the doofiest comedy hijinks you can possibly imagine this side of 1998, Julia Roberts in her most unlikeable …
 
This week on the anime podcast, co-hosts Eric Thurm and merritt k tune into the wild world of Sarazanmai, which features high-schoolers who turn into kappas — mythological creatures — to fight “zombie kappas” whose desires have turned them into monsters. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices…
 
This time around, Fanbyte editors merrit k, Steven Strom, and Danielle Riendeau pack their six shooters and funky hats and dive into the gorgeous, action-packed world of The Good, The Bad, The Weird. Set in the just-barely pre-war puppet state of Manchuria, the plot concerns a treasure map, a straight-and-narrow bounty hunter (the Good, Do-Won), a …
 
This week on the movie podcast, Danielle, Niki and Collin were delighted to watch Man of Tai Chi, a slightly bananas 2013 martial arts movie that also happens to be Keanu Reeves directorial debut! Starring Keanu himself as a scenery-munching bad guy, and Tiger Chen as a talented martial artist keen to prove his skills, it’s a delightfully goofy, ge…
 
Kieron Gillen (writer of The Wicked + the Divine and Darth Vader comics) joins co-hosts merritt k and Eric Thurm to discuss Magical Girl Madoka Magica, a dark, depressing deconstruction of the magical girl subgenre. They discuss how the show explores gender, femininity, the treatment of queer characters, and how archetypes are used in all of the ab…
 
This week, horror film superfans Danielle Riendeau, merritt k, and Collin McGregor are joined by once-and-future You Love to See It co-host Dillon Skiffington in watching Shudder exclusive Horror Noire: A History of Black Horror. A dense, well-paced piece that takes a deep dive on black folks in the horror genre, peppered with interviews by scholar…
 
Eric Thurm and merritt k go deep on Keep Your Hands Off Eizouken! — a series about teen girls who make their own anime. It’s a love letter and brutally honest examination of creativity and craft, with three main characters who act as artist, producer, and director of their own wild creations. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adc…
 
Since starting this You Love to See It spinoff (focussing on weirder or more niche horror), we’ve been enamored with movies that blend drama and horror. Belzebuth used terrifying real-life imagery (depicting too-real scenes of violence) before the statue scene, and here, in Andrzej Żuławski’s only english-language film, we see much ado about person…
 
Since actor and activist John Boyega (perhaps best known as Finn from the latest Star Wars trilogy) has been making a stir lately with awesome speeches, we thought we’d revisit the movie that landed him his first starring Role. Attack the Block is a small-scale alien invasion movie, with a lot of heart, a ton of energy, and some interesting message…
 
Hunter X Hunter has vibes for days and days. It’s about a young guy named Gon who finds out that his father was a Hunter — a professional who goes on fantastical adventures — and his oddball friends. Join Eric Thurm and merritt k on a whirlwind discussion of the show, as well as a teaser for next week’s very special episode. Learn more about your a…
 
We watched 1997’s grooviest movie — beloved spy spoof Austin Powers: International Man of Mystery — this week, and we brought along a special friend to help us! Pat Gill of Polygon fame is here to deconstruct this Mike Meyers vehicle about a super-spy transported from the 60s to the 90s, complete with looks at deleted scenes, very special stories a…
 
Skull-face Bookseller Honda-san is a special short-form anime series about, yes, a skull-faced person who works at a bookstore. Co-hosts merritt k and Eric Thurm go through the series’ first few episodes — including a look at the very special tastes of so many customers — and examine the gently joyful and celebratory vibe of the show. Learn more ab…
 
This episode has a content warning for discussion of terrorism and child death. You’re probably familiar with You Love To See It, our movie and TV rewatch podcast. Well, enough of us love horror - and watch so much of it - that there’s room for extra episodes, and this Scream It spin-off was born! Expect more niche horror on this feed, while YLTSI …
 
It’s a classic among classics: Mobile Suit Gundam is certainly not the first anime series to feature giant robots, but it spawned a massive following (and several ongoing series) thanks to its compelling action and sobering view of war. Co-hosts Eric Thurm and merritt k dig into the foundational series in today’s episode, and decide on next week’s …
 
So, get this… if you die in the game, you die in REAL LIFE. That’s not the entire premise of Stay Alive, a delightfully goofy 2006 thriller starring beloved character actors like Jimmi Simpson, Frankie Muniz, and Adam Goldberg. But it is… a lot of it. Combining surprisingly good pulls from the annals of gaming (one of the screenwriters knew about F…
 
Extra Olympia Kyklos is a new anime series about an ancient greek athlete named Demetrius who would rather paint terrible vases than compete in the olympics. There’s time travel, unrequited love, a dolphin, and a beautiful, bizarre mixing of visual styles that make this series a lot of fun. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adcho…
 
This week, Steven Strom, Fanbyte Guide Writer Collin MacGregor, News Writer Natalie Flores, and frequent contributor Ginny Woo all get in the car and go on a positively wild adventure with Kingsglaive: Final Fantasy XV. It’s a feature-length film that actually sets up and pays off several story beats from the game, and our co-hosts have a wide rang…
 
Fanbyte Secretary of Anime Eric Thurm brought a strange, evil teddy bear to the proceedings this week, as he subjected Features and Trending Editor merritt k to Danganronpa, the anime series based on the visual novel/teen murder high school drama of the same name. It’s a pretty bizarre premise with some terribly unlikeable (and some much better) ch…
 
Final Fantasy: The Spirits Within is not a great movie. It’s probably not even a good movie. But it’s a fairly interesting film, at least for some of its bits of historic significance: it was supposed to launch a “digital actress” in Ming-Na Wen’s character, Dr. Aki Ross. It was stupidly expensive. It flopped so hard that the movie was both the fir…
 
Fanbyte Secretary of Anime Eric Thurm and Features and Trending editor merritt k took a fun trip this week, through the first few episodes of goofy crime caper Lupin the Third. There are wacky characters, fun wardrobe choices, a lot of crime, and even… a sea monster! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices…
 
For our second visit to The Lonely Island, intrepid co-hosts John Warren, Niki Grayson, merritt k, and Danielle Riendeau donned baseball caps and set off to the 80s in The Unauthorized Bash Brothers Experience. A Netflix comedy special/visual poem, the film is a thirty minute musical event starring Andy Samberg and Akiva Schaffer as Jose Canseco an…
 
This week on Eric Thurm Makes merritt k watch anime, our hosts discuss the end of Devilman Crybaby, the first series they successfully navigated through the whole shebang! Then it’s on to One Punch Man, a series about a guy (Saitama), who beats up monsters with his hyper-super strength. It’s a kind of parody of the shonen genre, and chock full of p…
 
The Final Fantasy 7 Remake is good! But Advent Children, the 2005 movie that acts as a direct sequel to FF7 (though, spoiler alert, perhaps not Remake) is absolutely not. Steven, John and Danielle go on the terrible journey with Cloud Strife and Yazoo (“the quietest Remnant”) that fails to make much of a positive impression on our panel. It does, h…
 
This week on Fanbyte’s premiere anime rewatch show, our Secretary of Anime (Eric Thurm) brought the surprisingly intense card-game series Chihayafuru to Features and Trending Editor merritt k. The show is about a club that plays the ancient Japanese game of Karuta, where players match lines of poetry on cards in a heated battle of wills. Learn more…
 
Danielle and John dive all the way in to current Netflix Obsession Tiger King, a documentary about the deeply messed-up folks who collect big cats in America. It’s focussed on a few key players, but especially the Tiger King himself: Joe Exotic, a gun-toting, queer, country-singing, eccentric zoo owner in Oklahoma currently serving a long prison se…
 
This week on the anime podcast, Fanbyte’s Secretary of Anime brings three episodes of wacky sci-fi western Trigun to Features and Trending Editor merritt k, to see if she’ll want to watch more. It’s a wild ride, featuring a sort of human natural disaster called Vash the Stampede as he wanders a wild-west style planet, and the two agents tasked with…
 
Today on You Love To See It — Fanbyte’s premiere movie rewatch podcast — Fanfyte Editor LB Hunktears joins Danielle and merritt for an examination of Joel Schumacher’s unhinged, campy, 1995 comics extravaganza, Batman Forever. Sporting wild production design, a very queer-coded “gay chad gaze,” Jim Carrey, Val Kilmer, Nicole Kidman, Chris O’Donnell…
 
Fanbyte Secretary of Anime Eric Thurm brought three episodes of The Melancholy of Haruhi Suzumiya to Features and Trending Editor merritt k, a series based on the light novels of the same name. The show features the eponymous Haruhi Suzumiya, a wacky schoolgirl who is obsessed with the supernatural, but especially time travel, aliens and… espers! L…
 
Today, in honor of all that sweet, sweet SEO, we decided to watch Doom (2005), a movie that we knew wasn’t great, exactly, starring Dwayne The Rock Johnson, Karl Urban, and Rosamund Pike. Oh man. It’s not… very good. Trading demons for… some kind of zombie creatures, Aliens’ space marines for… far worse space marines, and anything resembling a dece…
 
After the brilliance of Papal Bull, Fanbyte Features and Trending Editor merritt k and Secretary of Anime Eric Thurm decided they needed to keep podcasting. The full title of the show will give you the premise: “Eric Thurm makes merritt k watch three episodes of an anime, and they talk about it on the podcast to decide if merritt is going to watch …
 
This week, our hosts actually went out and saw a somewhat recent movie in theaters, for a change! It's time to talk about Birds of Prey -- a Harley Quinn vehicle with a splash of other DC Comics characters in the mix. The film is a joyful, messy ride, and we're very excited to talk about the many things it does better than most DC cinematic fare! W…
 
On this season-ending bonus episode of Papal Bull: Resurrection, hosts merritt k and Eric Thurm look back on their time with The New Pope, the characters they love, and where they imagine things could possibly go from here. How are John and Sophia doing, after all? They also give a little teaser of things to come from the crew, so stay tuned next w…
 
This documentary takes a light touch towards Satanic Temple founder Lucien Greaves and his collaborators as they navigate religious freedom cases and the spectacle of protest. John, Merritt, and Danielle went in on the filmmaking in the piece itself, the philosophy behind the Satanic Temple’s activism, and the use of particularly eye-catching icono…
 
It seems like only yesterday that we were meeting the new pope, and then the second new pope… on our The New Pope companion podcast. The season has ended, but Features and Trending Editor merritt k and Chief Liturgical Correspondent Eric Thurm are not done. Join them as they discuss the positively wild events of the finale, the nature of power, and…
 
We have a very special treat this week. Thanks to John and Niki’s exposure to Playing with Fire on a cross-country flight after PAX, the crew decided to go ahead and do an episode on it. Join us for a discussion of this goofy, buck wild ride with John Cena as a Smoke Jumper (not your everyday firefighter!), and his buddies (including Keegan Michael…
 
While Fanbyte Features and Trending Editor merritt k and Chief Liturgical Correspondent Eric Thurm did not have a guest today, they do have a ton to talk about in their recap of an action-packed episode of The New Pope. Lenny is back, baby, making for some major confusion at the Vatican. Fan favorite Gutierrez has a wonderful moment, and Voiello te…
 
This week, the crime crew of Merritt k, Steven Strom and Danielle Riendeau watch and discuss Michael Mann’s macho 1995 classic, Heat. A crime drama with surprising ties to reality, unbelievable cinematography, and best-in-class performances from Robert De Niro and Al Pacino, it also features some classic 90s racism and a supporting cast that any ot…
 
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