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FFR #69: Batman Returns (and Ebony goes missing)
This week, the crew hosts writer, designer, and founder of Sweet Baby Inc, Kim Belair for a hilarious discussion of the 1992 cinematic classic Batman Returns! Before that, though, Caro serves up a heapin’ helpin’ of cringeworthy Pop Culture News (this week’s topics included info about James Gunn’s rehiring for Guardians of the Galaxy 3; Operation […]
FFR 68: Captain Marvel
The crew is back together as we dive into all that is Captain Marvel, the newest entry in the Marvel Cinematic universe. Entertainment news this week includes Steam’s disappointingly sad statements about their policies, The Division 2 and the Captain Marvel “boycott”. We’re FREQing out about The Nod, “Take me to Merch”, Tim Apple, American Heiress: […]
The Premiere of Queer Tropes and our Patreon Launch!
We’ve got so much amazing news! Today is the premiere of our eagerly-anticipated Queer Tropes vs. Video Games series, and we can’t wait for you to see it! Queer Tropes is the follow-up to our hugely influential series Tropes vs. Women in Video Games. Hosted by Carolyn Petit, this three-episode miniseries takes a close, critical look […]
Star Trek Discovery Recap FREQcast #7: Light and Shadows
Anita gets a little too excited when her one night stand (Tyler) and her future husband (Pike) are on an away mission together. We finally meet Disco Spock and well…that just sort of happened. There are some weird gender roles happening on Vulcan that we ain’t too happy about. Plus Ebony is not having any of […]
FFR #66: The Oscars + Alita: Battle Angel
This week we forgo our traditional entertainment news so Anita can talk far too long about this year’s Oscars while Ebony laughs just at her. Then we begrudgingly dive into Alita: Battle Angel the new Robert Rodriguez live action film based on the 1990’s manga series and hooboy do we have a lot to say. Become […]
Star Trek Discovery Recap FREQcast #6: Sounds of Thunder
In this weeks episode of the Star Trek Discovery Recap FREQcast, Ebony and Anita are joined in Ten Forward by overly enthusiastic Star Trek fan, Sarah Gulde. Guided by her expertise, your two feckless hosts attempt to step up their game and discuss their reactions to this week’s episode in a coherent, informed manner [spoiler alert: […]
Star Trek Discovery Recap FREQcast S02EP05: “Saints of Imperfection”
Ebony has fallen out an airlock this week so Anita is holding down the fort for Star Trek Discovery’s S02E05 “Saints of Imperfection”. Joining her is special guest Jarrah Hodge, co-host of the Women at Warp podcast. Listen in while we lament all the Bad Science nonsense, grapple with the direction of season two and hear […]
FFR #64: Anita, Carolyn, and Ebony Are the Best Russian Dolls
The triple[doll] threat is back in the Keanu Reeves Memorial Studio & Herbarium this week for a dive into the mindbending world of Netflix’s new series, Russian Doll. The comedy-drama, created by Natasha Lyonne, Amy Poehler, and Leslye Headland, is hilarious, moving, thoughtful, surreal, brash, and unapologetic in its tough love for Natasha Lyonne’s game developer […]
Star Trek Discovery Recap FREQcast #4: “An Obol for Charon”
Anita is back and just in time for all the wild antics of Episode 4: An Obol for Charon (which apparently is pronounced karon and what even is an obol– spoilers: we will not be answering any of these questions). But we will dive into what this episode gets so right and what it bumbles around […]
FFR #63: Life Is Strange 2, Episode 2
This week, Ebony takes the host’s chair as she and Carolyn share their thoughts on the first few episodes of Life Is Strange 2. LIS2 follows the Diaz brothers, high schooler Sean and his younger brother Daniel, as they flee from their Seattle home after their father is murdered by a police officer. We talk about […]
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On October 2nd, the highly anticipated debut from Anita Sarkeesian and Ebony Adams will hit shelves. History Vs. Women is going to shake the foundations of what you know about larger-than-life women in history — but more importantly, it’s going to introduce you to a breathtaking tapestry of artists, Amazons, scholars, rebels, and villains you’ll be delighted to know. Pre-order today and get ready to be amazed by what women can do when they dare to be great.