Oct 29, 2021
Put on your go-go boots and join us for a retro-chic episode of Breakfast All Day. The brilliant Amy Nicholson helps Christy review Edgar Wright's super-stylish thriller "Last Night in Soho." Alonso and Christy also take a trip back in time -- to 1984, for a discussion of David Lynch's much-maligned "Dune." And we talk about the moving and funny documentary "Introducing, Selma Blair," which follows the actress' struggles with multiple sclerosis. In news, we discuss the continued fallout from the fatal on-set shooting of cinematographer Halyna Hutchins, "Dune Part Two" getting the greenlight, Facebook changing its name, Alpha Kappa Alpha sorority members getting angry at the HBO series "Insecure," QAnon followers thinking Biden and Harris are broadcasting from a fake White House at Tyler Perry Studios, and the trailer for the animated origin story "Lightyear." And over at our Patreon on this Halloween weekend, we've got a couple of treats for you: a recap of the shocking, new episode of "The Morning Show," and a review of Julia Ducournau's astonishing debut feature "Raw," our October Off the Menu selection. Our dear friend Matt is taking a sabbatical from the show for a little while, but we look forward to his eventual return. And we thank you all for sticking around with us all these years!