Stand-up-comic Steve and Dr. Anthony are back to cover season four of Stranger Things: The Hellfire Club. We dissect the importance of Lucas’s hair, the first hints of a trauma theme, and debate Eddie’s over-the-top personality
Those icy blue eyes of the Vecna have us transfixed when the episode isn’t being a little clunky. The relationships in this show deliver in the teenage angst department. Jim can’t relate to the angst because he’s always been popular. But the real question to the duality of existence, can someone be both a monster…
Someone take care of these kids! Eleven/Jane is being bullied and Will, easily the most traumatized child in Hawkins, is hurting and wants his friends back. We hope life is kind to this cinnamon roll of a person, but this is Hawkins. A.Ron is putting on Dustin’s thinking cap and has some theories to present. How is everyone with guilt or dark secrets going to be affected by Vecna? We’re dying to find out.
Stranger Things is back with a moodier season and we’re here for it. Hawkins, Indiana is haunted and harassed once more by…STRANGE things (I couldn’t help myself). The kids are growing up and growing apart while finding their place in the world. And who is this monster for this season? Mind Flayer 2.0, some sort of Soul Reaper, someone who spent way too much time in the sun? We’re ready to find out.
Youtube has dropped the first 8 minutes of Stranger Things 4 and Steve and Anthony are crushing on Matthew Modine’s hair.
Steve and Anthony wrap up season four and reply to listener feedback.
Steve and Anthony cover the season one finale with discussions of mix tapes, Star Wars, and Alien. Join the discussion: email@example.com | Discord | Reddit | Forums Follow us: Instagram | LeDonneBooks.com
Steve and Anthony talk about one of the funniest episodes of the first season. They also discuss Eleven’s Matrix-style self-projection and Hopper’s action-hero career. Join the discussion: firstname.lastname@example.org | Discord | Reddit | Forums Follow us: Instagram | LeDonneBooks.com
Steve and Anthony delve deeply into an amazing showcase for Dustin and Lucas. They talk about Steve Harrington’s heel turn and the temptations attached to Eggo waffles. Then they discuss the backdrop of John Hughes and Sixteen Candles.
In addition to discussing the nexus of plots that is Chapter Five, Steve and Anthony talk about homages of Breakfast Club, Evil Dead, LOTR, and E.T.