Every other month, SYFY WIRE will be tackling a new subject for it's EVERY DAY series. Starting in October, host Dany Roth will talk with a new guest every day about a different horror movie for EVERY DAY HORROR. So if you're a glutton for horror or are prone to nightmares, take a chance on us as we indulge in some of the best, the worst, and the scariest horror films ever made.
Host, Dany Roth, is joined byt The Blerd Gurl, Karama Horne, to talk about the recent Netflix series, Love, Death, and Robots. They talk about the creative teams involved, the connection with Spider-Man: Into the Spiderverse, and, of course, about robots who clean pools and make beautiful art.
Host, Dany Roth, is joined by SYFY WIRE features editor and host of The Fandom Files podcast, Jordan Zakarin, to talk about mice. Cartoon mice. Russian Jewish cartoon mice. Yes, it's a deep dive looking back on the Don Bluth classic, An American Tail, as well as it's first sequel. We discuss immigration, assimilation, and the struggles of being part of that chosen group: rodents.
Host, Dany Roth, is joined by The Rap Critic, Daren Jackson, to get justice for the first animated film both starring a black cast and based off of a black comedian's stand-up. Bebe's Kids is often maligned, but it's actual seminal and, dare we say it, important. Watch with us and we'll tell you why we love Bebe's Kids so much.
Host, Dany Roth is joined by Hugo Award nominated video essayist, Lindsay Ellis, to talk about DreamWorks Animation's film about that time Oscar winner, Reese Witherspoon's hair turned white, she turned into a giant, and then had to fight alien clones of Rainn Wilson. Yes, we're talking about the "based on a true story" classic, Monsters vs. Aliens.