Mark Sevi, a writer for several movies Lupa reviewed, took things way too personally and posted a scathing and highly unprofessional screed against her on his blog, even going so far as to send it to Lupa personally. How did Lupa react? A classy rebuttal calling him out on his hypocrisy which resulted in Sevi removing the blog post and giving a half-hearted apology. Lupa, once again proving herself the better person, chose to accept that and leave the incident behind her.
The epic lengths she went to in order to review Crowfoot. She had to get a VHS off of British eBay in winter that couldn't play on an American VCR, give it to Film Brain at Magfest so that he could convert it to DVD, then got it back at the fourth anniversary to put up a review in June. She's that much of a Kate Hodge fangirl.
Following a blog post in which Allison declared that she was sick of being seen only as a "woman" on the site (as opposed to a person who doesn't need to be judged by different standards), a commentor/troll on the forums instigated this exchange, leading to a perfectly placed Precision F-Strike from our host:
kawau_the_troll: If you know Latin Slang, there is a certain amount of sexual harassment to be expected when you name yourself Obscure Prostitute. Just saying that she-wolf in latin and mostly still in italian is not a good word to call a young lady. I am not saying it is deserved or wanted, just that there is a certain amount that should be expected.
Obscurus Lupa: I chose the name Obscurus Lupa because it means "dark she-wolf," and I know it's bad latin.
Apparently it can also be interpreted as "prostitute" so that means I should expect sexual advances? People are going to read my name and assume I'm a prostitute?
Respectfully, fuck you.
Lupa publically apologising for her feud with Spoony, stating that both of them were wrong in how they handled things and wanted to put the past behind them.
At the end of her Aliens vs. Avatars review, director of both it and The Amazing Bulk, Lewis Shoenbrun, appears. He says that her review of Bulk was pretty funny, and that he doesn't take the reviews personally, feeling that as long as people were entertained, that's what matters. Then he beamed away because his planet needed him.
Her performance of "This is the moment" from Jekyll and Hyde at the end of her Evil Dead II review.
Part of her commentary for the same. "I have to strive to be the kind of person that I'm proud of. And I have to try to be better than I think I am."
This Tumblr post in which she tears apart thepeople who accuse her of being the Yoko Ohno to Phelous, pointing out that the two have only appeared together a handful of times and calling out the people on YouTube who have made videos just to slam the two's relationships. What's more awesome is that she doesn't believe it is jealously towards the two's relationship that is the main reason of contention and believes there is more to it than just that.
This sentence in particular is really awesome:
Just because you watch my videos does not make me your property or my personal life part of my character (as loose of a character as it may be).
But the people I am close to, the people Iím privileged to work with, theyíre like a second family to me. When I meet them at Magfest, at the anniversaries, it always feels like itís been days rather than a year since Iíve last seen them. No matter what happens down the road, these people will continue to be my lifelong friends. Iím extremely lucky people have put up with me long enough to form these friendships, and I hope we can continue to make you happy with the work we put out. Hopefully I can put the cynicism away long enough to spread some more happiness outside of that too.