Wednesday, March 4, 2015


Do you like comets?

Do you like time splits?

Do you like trying on clothes montages?

What a stupid question. Is there a soul alive that DOESN'T love a good mall-centered shopping spree scored to cheery pop music?


If your'e NOT a Nazi, then listen and enjoy this week's episode of The Feminine Critique, where myself and my lovely co-hostesses with the mo-stesses take 1984's cult classic Night of the Comet and 2013's mind bendy Coherence. It's a blast.


  1. Neato, a new Feminine Critique ep! I'm very behind, so this'll be a good time to catch up.

    By the way, on a semi-random topic, have you ever seen St. Elmo's Fire? If so, what are your thoughts on it? I almost watched it for The Shortening, but a few factors ensured I didn't, such as: The cast were playing college graduates, not teenagers like I thought, so the movie wasn't applicable; I didn't like any of the characters, nor the story much; and digital TV interference kept breaking it up, so I had to switch off 30 minutes in.

  2. Thankfully, we're super slow at recording so there's really never any rush to listen!

    I have seen St. Elmo's Fire, and I agree: everyone in it is pretty awful as a human being. I suppose that's how a lot of 20somethings are, but I also just find them boring. The Breakfast Club works because they're teenagers, where the selfishness is part of growing up. But as adults, it's just not pleasant to watch!