On Slate's Spoiler Specials, Slate critics, such as Dana Stevens and Willa Paskin, discuss new movies and TV shows in spoiler-filled detail. We dissect twist endings, plot holes, and other secrets you won't read in reviews. WARNING: This podcast contains spoilers (duh).
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I am a high school English teacher. Often, I take time to proper a silly statue thing, and I call it the “Hero Award.” Anyway, Dana would undoubtedly be a repeat recipient of the “Hero Award” in my classroom for her amazing attitude, open mind, fabulous sense of humor, and self-deprecating humility. I have been a Dana Stevens fan from the get-go (“Culture” Gabfest…). Sad the Spoiler is going on hiatus. Hope it comes back.
it's surprising how even in a so called "spoiler special", they never discuss huge plot points. Like the actual online posts and subsequent legal actions that lead to Tars disgrace. Do they mention the wife leaving with their kid? more
One of you clearly didn’t see the movie Don’t Worry, Darling.
Four commercial breaks in a 27 minute podcast? What on earth. Also why is everyone so world weary all the time? Dana Stevens hates every movie she’s ever seen and everyone uses the word “edge lord” too much
Sometimes this show is really enjoyable and sometimes it is highly frustrating. Oftentimes I feel like Dana didn’t pay attention to the movie and/or do her research before reviewing and just kind of throws stuff out there that isn’t factually true or is a very “unique” interpretation of what occurred. I have had to turn off several episodes out of pure frustration for lack of research/paying attention by the hosts that day. When the show is good, it can be really enjoyable, but it’s all about th... more
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