Seeing and Believing Episode 133: Pixar’s Coco and Martin McDonagh’s Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri

Wade and Kevin review a pair of movies in which families figure prominently: Pixar’s ‘CoCo’, and Martin McDonagh’s ‘Three Billboards’

Seeing and Believing Episode 132: DC’s Justice League and Greta Gerwig’s Lady Bird

For their Thanksgiving episode, the guys review two films that represent the full range of American cinematic bounty. Justice League and Lady Bird.

Seeing and Believing 131: Netflix’s Stranger Things 2 and Kenneth Branagh’s Murder on the Orient Express

Mysteries both paranormal and murder-y feature on this week’s episode. First the guys tackle Stranger Things, then go for a ride on the Orient Express.

Seeing and Believing 124: The Dardenne Brothers’ The Unknown Girl and Hirokazu Kore-eda’s After the Storm

Wade and Kevin review two foreign releases from earlier in the year: The Dardenne’s “The Unknown Girl”, and Hirokazu Kore-eda’s “After the Storm”.

Seeing and Believing 123: Darren Aronofsky’s Mother! and a Fall Movie Preview!

Wade and Kevin tackle one of the most controversial films of 2017 in Darren Aronofsky’s Mother! and count down their five most-anticipated movies in 2017.

The CAPC Digest: Silence, Faith, and Culture with Wade Bearden and Peter G. Epps

Drew and Tyler talk about Silence, faith, and culture with Wade Bearden and Peter J. Epps in regards to Martin Scorsese’s film Silence.

Seeing and Believing: Martin Scorsese’s Silence and Top 5 Spiritual Scorsese Moments

One of the guys’ most anticipated films of 2016 is kicking off their first show of 2017: Martin Scorsese’s ‘Silence’, based on the the novel by Shusaku Endo.

Three Films to Watch before You Vote (and One to Watch After)

Three movies to watch before you vote to help steel your nerves, and one movie to watch after you vote — to help wash away the stench of national politics.

Ben-Hur Remake Races to a Conflicted Finish

Ben-Hur serves as a good biblically-inspired story, but struggles with a simplistic finale.

Seeing and Believing: ‘The Office’s’ 15th Anniversary And A Tribute to Abbas Kiarostami

The Office’s 15th Anniversary is celebrated by an episode of reminiscing about one of the most important sit coms created followed by an appreciation for the recently passed Iranian director, Abbas Kiarostami.

Entertaining Media

What are we doing when we want to be entertained?

Chuck Norris vs. Communism and the Transformative Power of Film

Chuck Norris vs. Communism reminds us of the important role artistic media play in inspiring change in society.

Finding Ability in Finding Dory

How do we see disability in others? How do we see it in ourselves? The film ‘Finding Dory’ challenges our perception of disability in entertaining and compelling Pixar fashion.

Spider-Man Comes Home to Marvel and His Fans

Spider-Man finally joins his superhero friends in the Marvel universe. Is he still the same Spidey?

Christ and Pop Culture Goes to the Movies 2015

Going to a movie can constitute great quality time.

Seeing And Believing Episode 42: ‘Don Verdean’ And ‘Phoenix’

Christian satire with Jared Hess and ‘Don Verdean’ and post-Holocaust thriller ‘Phoenix’ are on the discussion table.