Seeing and Believing 144: John Francis Daley and Jonathan Goldstein’s Game Night and Nora Twomey’s The Breadwinner

Wade is joined by Christ and Pop Culture staff writer Keegan Bradford to discuss Game Night, the new comedy from John Francis Daley and Jonathan Goldstein. In their second segment, the duo discusses The Breadwinner, the Oscar-nominated animated film from Nora Twomey.

Persuasion 129: Get off My Proverbial Lawn

In this ounce of Persuasion fast chat, Erin Straza and Hannah Anderson discuss the ways that we seek to stake our claim for space, power, and rights and how we can all learn to live together on the same proverbial lawn.

Seeing and Believing 143: Alex Garland’s Annihilation and Abbas Kiarostami’s 24 Frames

Seeing & Believing goes on an expedition into the dark, weird, and dreamlike this week. First, Wade and Kevin journey into the heart of “the Shimmer” with their review of Alex Garland’s latest sci-fi mind-trip, Annihilation. Then they turn to consider Abbas Kiarostami’s final film, the documentary 24 Frames.

The CAPC Digest 88: Figure Skating, Double Standards, and Sports Fandom with Gina Dalfonzo

Drew and Tyler chat with Gina Dalfonzo about the double standard present in sports fandom with regard to how people tend to react to vocal female athletes compared to male athletes. The crew also discusses how the public treats athletes and react to their failures and successes.

Persuasion 128: Insert Female Voice Here

In this episode of Persuasion, Erin Straza and Hannah Anderson discuss several recent happenings that expose faulty reasoning for turning toward women’s voices and consider a better way forward.

Seeing and Believing Episode 142: Marvel’s Black Panther and Our 2018 Oscar Preview!

Persuasion 127: When the Olympics Get Weird

In this ounce of Persuasion fast chat, Erin Straza and Hannah Anderson discuss the side stories that bring highlight when the Olympics get weird.

Persuasion 126: Lottery Dreams & Nightmares

In this ounce of Persuasion fast chat, Erin Straza and Hannah Anderson discuss the life change that comes when you suddenly—and publicly—come into wealth.

Seeing and Believing 141: Julius Onah’s The Cloverfield Paradox and Paul King’s Paddington 2

It’s evil alternate dimensions and marmalade on this week’s show, as the guys review two films without much common ground: The Cloverfield Paradox and Paddington 2.

Seeing and Believing 140: Joe Wright’s Darkest Hour and Luca Guadagnino’s Call Me by Your Name

Wade and Kevin take care of the last two Best Picture nominees not to have gotten a review on the show so far: ‘The Darkest Hour’ and ‘Call Me By Your Name’.

The CAPC Digest 87: Lady Bird and Cultural Homesickness with Hal Koss

Drew and Tyler chat with Hal Koss about his recent article “Lady Bird Offers Us an Antidote for Our Cultural Homesickness.” We discuss the ultimately hopeful message of Lady Bird. We also chat about the impact our places of origin have had on us and the connection between love and attention.

Persuasion 125: Post It Online or It Didn’t Happen

Erin Straza and Hannah Anderson talk about our use of online platforms as a sort of repository for all of our life happenings, big and small, how they become an external hard drive for preserving memories, whether images or words, for all-eternity.

Seeing and Believing 139: Paul Thomas Anderson’s Phantom Thread and Craig Gillespie’s I, Tonya

It’s dressmakers and figure skaters on the show this week, but the movies being reviewed are anything but prim and proper: “Phantom Thread” and “I, Tonya”

The CaPC Digest 86: Stranger Things and This Is Us with Justin Cloyd

Drew and Tyler are back in 2018 with CaPC writer Justin Cloyd to chat about his recent article “The Relatable Longings of Stranger Things and This is Us”.

Persuasion 124: Can We Change the Culture of Abuse and Assault?

In this episode of Persuasion, Erin Straza invites Christ and Pop Culture staff writer Abby Perry to discuss if we can change the culture of abuse and how to go about it.

Seeing and Believing 138: The Greatest Showman and Netflix’s Black Mirror Season 4

The guys try to balance out their emotions in the cold, dark days of January by reviewing an uplifting musical (The Greatest Showman) and a TV show (Black Mirror) about how technology will destroy us all!