Seeing and Believing 208 | Ari Aster’s Midsommar and Stanley Kubrick’s Barry Lyndon

The Summer of Stan ends with a review of Barry Lyndon but not before a trip to the dark, yet well lit, underbelly of Sweeden in Ari Astar’s Midsommar.

Seeing and Believing 205 | Jim Jarmusch’s The Dead Don’t Die and Stanley Kubrick’s Dr. Strangelove

Seeing and Believing reviews The Dead Don’t Die and continue the “Summer of Stan” with a retro review Stanely Kubrick’s Dr. Strangelove.

Seeing and Believing 204 | David Robert Mitchell’s Under the Silver Lake and Stanley Kubrick’s Paths of Glory

The Summer of “Stan” starts with a review of Kubrick’s arguably first auteur film “Paths of Glory” along with a more recent film, “Under the Silver Lake.”

Seeing and Believing 203 | Michael Dougherty’s Godzilla: King of the Monsters and Dexter Fletcher’s Rocketman

Godzilla and Elton John duked it out to see which one of them would be king of the multiplex, but which of them will be king of Seeing & Believing’s heart.

Seeing and Believing 202 | Guy Ritchie’s Aladdin and Olivia Wilde’s Booksmart

Wade and Kevin explore the latest live-action remake Aladdin then the raunchy high school comedy Booksmart, Olivia Wilde’s feature-film directing debut.

Seeing and Believing 201 | Chad Stahelski’s John Wick Chapter 3: Parabellum and Patrick Creadon’s Hesburgh

Seeing & Believing starts season three with the third chapter of the John Wick action franchise, Parabellum and Patrick Creadon’s documentary, Hesburgh.

Seeing and Believing 200 | Our Five Cardinal Virtues of Cinema

To celebrate the 200th episode of Seeing & Believing, Wade and Kevin answer one deceptively simple question: what are their five cardinal virtues of cinema?

Seeing and Believing 198: Claire Denis’s High Life and Penny Lane’s Hail, Satan?

Dave Canfield of Screen Anarchy joins Kevin to help him review: Claire Denis’s sci-fi experiment High Life and Penny Lane’s documentary, Hail, Satan?

Seeing and Believing 197: Joe and Anthony Russo’s Avengers: Endgame and a Retro Review of The Matrix

After 11 years and 21 films, Avengers: Endgame is here and we have a spoiler-free review for you along with a 20th Anniversary retro review of The Matix.

Seeing and Believing 195: David Sandberg’s Shazam! and Garth Davis’s Mary Magdalene

DC takes another stab at the whole superhero-franchise thing this week with Shazam!, They also review the long-awaited Mary Mageline movie with Rooney Mara.

Seeing and Believing 194: Tim Burton’s Dumbo and A Conversation with Authors Kutter Callaway and Craig Detweiler

Tune in this week to hear our interview with authors Kutter Callaway and Craig Detweiler and a review of Tim Burton’s live-action remake of Dumbo.

Seeing and Believing 193: Jordan Peele’s Us and Chris Caldwell/Zeek Earl’s Prospect

Two genre films are up for consideration this week: one set in the farthest reaches of space, and one that hits uncomfortably close to home: Us and Prospect

Seeing and Believing 192 | J.C. Chandor’s Triple Frontier and Jafar Panahi’s 3 Faces

The guys lean into the rule of threes with this week’s pair of films. Triple Frontier, and the new film from Iranian master Jafar Panahi, 3 Faces.

Seeing and Believing 190 | Asghar Farhadi’s Everybody Knows and a Retro Review of The Passion of the Christ

The guys take a look back at Mel Gibson’s The Passion of the Christ and Asghar Farhadi’s first project outside of Iran, Everybody Knows.

Seeing and Believing 189: Robert Rodriguez’s Alita: Battle Angel and Shawn Snyder’s To Dust

Wade and Kevin review Robert Rodriguez’s and James Cameron’s latest film, Alita: Battle Angel manga, and To Dust, with Matthew Broderick and Geza Rohrig.

Seeing and Believing 186: Bryan Singer’s Bohemian Rhapsody and Dan Gilroy’s Velvet Buzzsaw

Seeing & Believing concludes its look at the eight Best Picture nominees this week with a review of Bohemian Rhapsody, and a review of Velvet Buzzsaw.