Seeing and Believing Episode 134: Dee Rees’s Mudbound and Dan Gilroy’s Roman J. Israel, Esq.

The Deep South circa World War II and Los Angeles circa 2017 meet in this week’s episode: Dee Rees’s ‘Mudbound” and Gilroy’s “Roman J. Israel.”

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.

Mindhunter Spots the Evil Inside Us All

Instead of showing us how the good guys can go bad, Mindhunter wonders if maybe the good guys have been just as evil all along.

The CaPC Digest 85: The Atypical Representation of Love with Val Dunham

Special guest Val Dunham returns to the show to talk about the atypical representation of love in the Netflix Original Atypical

Seeing and Believing 122: Andy Muschietti’s It and Netflix’s The Defenders

Wade and Kevin are welcomed back by a sharp-toothed monster clown as they dive into the new adaptation of Stephen King’s It and The Defenders.

Netflix’s Atypical Explores How We Fail to Love Each Other

Netflix’s Atypical is not truly about a boy with autism. Rather, it’s about the way love ebbs and flows through every community.

Theories of Life, Death, and Afterlife in The Discovery

The Discovery from Netflix explores what could happen if the afterlife offers humans a fresh start on this life.

Missing the Point: Anne with an E Is Something Else

A sense of who Anne is and a certain integrity about her portrayal is necessary if she is to matter at all.

Seeing and Believing 109: David Michod’s War Machine and Netflix’s Master of None

Wade and Kevin take on Netflix with a review of originals David Michod’s ‘War Machine’ and Master of None Season 2.

Let Me Help You Make Your Mind up about The OA

Though flawed, The OA is beautiful, heartbreaking, and deeply hopeful.

Of Love and Friends and Galentine’s Day

Galentine’s Day is coming up. Don’t forget to treat your women friends accordingly.

Persuasion: Calling and Duty in Netflix’s The Crown

In this episode of Persuasion, Erin Straza and Hannah Anderson discuss The Crown and how its themes of calling and duty are helpful as we embark on a new year.

Cooked, Slow Food, and the Allure of Beauty

Cooked highlights the good in preparing and enjoying food.

Ava DuVernay’s 13th Explores the Troubling Roots of Mass Incarceration

Director Ava DuVernay points out that the dehumanization of blacks existed, not only in slavery but also in the language of abolition.

The False Gods of Rory Gilmore

After nine years, the Gilmore girls are back, and it turns out Rory still hasn’t grown up.

The Weight of The Crown & the Work of the Kingdom

We have remembered our kingdom’s crown but have neglected the example of our king.