I really enjoy Alex and Andrea's analyses of movies from a social standpoint. Granted I don't always agree with their opinions, but it is always fun to get different viewpoints. And therein would be my one complaint. How they present their progressive viewpoints as fact, rather than what it is, their opinions. I presume they surround themselves with other like-minded "progressives" so their opinions are never challenged, hence why they present everything as matter of fact. For instance Andrea's idea that zombies and zombie movies represent white racism. Zombies are animalistic, brutal and cannibals. Therefore that equates to racism against blacks? Who is the racist in that theory? The person who wrote the script with no thoughts of racism in mind or the person who equates zombies to black people? I love their feminist viewpoints, especially as a father of an eight year old girl. They often provide viewpoints that I would never consider as a man and it definitely makes me think, and I believe helps me relate to and empathize with my daughter, wife and women in general. Additionally their critical analyses of horror movies are spot, with excellent backstories, trivia, and insider info on each movie. I also find that I can relate to their early life experiences which guided them into the world of horror movies, as I suspect would be the case for most horror movie aficionados. I would definitely recommend The Faculty of Horror.