Fair is foul and foul is.. feminine? It is this week, as Christine and Emily dig deep into the cauldron/deep fryer to cover two tales of sound and fury signifying Macbeth. First up is 2001’s black comedy, Scotland, PA, filled with lots of tans, bell bottoms, and babaganush. Next, we suit up in clunky armor/freewheeling nudity for Roman Polanski’s The Tragedy of Macbeth from 1971. Somewhere in between, we argue the merits of The Muppets, the decision to watch Red Lights, the inexplicable watchability of Pretty Little Liars, the quality/lack thereof in Rollerball, and The Avengers. Lots of stuff about The Avengers. Be sure to preorder the latest issue Paracinema and grab some back issues before they’re gone over at paracinema.net. Come chat with us on Twitter @femininepodcast, email at firstname.lastname@example.org, or for the most satisfaction, join our Facebook group over at…um, searching “The Feminine Critique” in that rectangular blank box. You’re smart. You’ll figure it out. We have more confidence in you than Lady Macbeth in her doomed hubby. Make us proud.