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Welcome to the Mystery Shack(or what we call Labyrinth of the Bizarre)! In today’s episode, join us as we discuss the Disney Channel show Gravity Falls(Elia’s favorite animated show). Cryptids, hot triangles, and unconventional parental figures all come together to create a wonderful universe that we are excited to analyze. Labyrinth of the Bizarre…
 
Is this a discussion or is Elia just in love with Lan and made Rea read the book? Both. Definitely both. An exciting episode on Fonda Lee’s Jade City and everything that makes this book great! There was world-building, interesting sibling dynamics, and more that made us love this book, so take the time to join us in obsessing over this world. Suppo…
 
A discussion that feels as long awaited as this film was, Elia and Rea finally talk about Zack Snyder’s Justice League. Join them as they cover a bit of the history of the film, the writing, and fascinating character arcs. Supporting talking points in this episode: Steppenwolf’s thighs, Elia thirsting too much over Steppenwolf, frustrated Rea noise…
 
The time to discuss one of the most controversial movies has come! Batman V Superman the Ultimate Edition (dir. Zack Snyder)! Supporting talking points in this episode: white savior moments, being a poser, geeks vs nerds, and a surprise announcement at the end of the episode! Labyrinth of the Bizarre is a podcast that reviews and discusses spec fic…
 
It’s finally here! An episode on Man of Steel (dir. Zack Snyder)! Rea and Elia come together to discuss the theme of immigrants and hope in this Superman movie. Join them as they really dig into this iteration of Clark Kent, and his journey with identity, heritage, and culture. Supporting talking points in this episode: random pokémon references, s…
 
Not a big pokémon fan? Don’t worry! Neither are we! Join Rea and Elia as they talk about world building and character designs in Pokémon Detective Pikachu! They also spend the majority of this episode fawning over and even shedding some tears for pokémon. Supporting talking points in this episode: pokémon gym leaders, Choose your fighter: Rea cryin…
 
Short little announcement on why there has been a delay in LOTB episodes, and some bonus content to expect very soon! Labyrinth of the Bizarre is a podcast that reviews and discusses spec fiction, which is an umbrella term for all subgenres of science fiction and fantasy such as urban fantasy, dark fantasy, horror, superhero, and post-apocalyptic. …
 
In this episode, Elia and Rea have a spoiler free (actually Elia shares one minor spoiler) conversation about the horrifying works of Junji Ito. As they have read different stories by Ito, they talk about their own experiences in being introduced to his work, memorable panels and stories, and moments that Ito made them want to vomit. Supporting tal…
 
Elia and Rea discuss Jurassic Park (1993, dir. Steven Spielberg) and Jurassic World (2015, dir. Colin Trevorrow), and the themes of capitalism, evolution and progress in the franchise. Having read the book, Rea also covers the thematic changes Jurassic Park underwent during its film adaptation. Supporting talking points in this episode: follow up o…
 
In this episode, Elia and Rea discuss the new DCEU film Wonder Woman 1984 (2020, dir. Patty Jenkins) and the blatant racism and white savior complex in it. Supporting talking points in this episode: issues of consent, 80's nostalgia, lack of plot continuity, and a look at Maxwell Lord's internal racism Content warnings: in depth spoilers for Wonder…
 
In this episode, we discuss the DC film Birds of Prey (2020, dir. Kathy Yan) and it's inherent queerness and critique of cissexism. Labyrinth of the Bizarre is a podcast that reviews and discusses spec fiction, which is an umbrella term for all subgenres of science fiction and fantasy such as urban fantasy, dark fantasy, horror, superhero, and post…
 
In this episode, we (mostly Andrea) talks about how each character in The Haunting of Hill House represents one of the stages of grief. Supporting talking points in this episode: bowler hats and glasses, the progression of trauma, younger siblings, and Elia breaking Rea's heart Content warnings: in depth spoilers for The Haunting of Hill House, men…
 
In this episode, the hosts, Andrea and Elia, review Rebecca Roanhorse's new fantasy novel, Black Sun. This is the first episode of Labyrinth. Supporting talking points in this episode: looking into generational trauma, opinions on the romance, and screaming about attractive characters Content warnings: in depth spoilers for Black Sun, mentions of g…
 
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