Category Archives: Podcast


Ep. #67 – Doctor Strange In The Multiverse Of Madness

I’m joined by my friend Kate as we get strange with Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness, the latest movie in the Marvel Cinematic Universe. Then we discuss some streaming titles we’ve been consuming recently, including Kim’s Convenience, which is streaming in its entirety on Netflix, and Severance, whose first season is available to watch now on Apple TV+. Find us on FacebookTwitter and Letterboxd.

Ep. #63 – Top 10 of 2021

I’m joined by my wife Aubree as we discuss the year that was 2021 and run down each of our 10 favorite films from last year. Find us on FacebookTwitter and Letterboxd.

  • Aubree’s Top 10:
  1. CODA (Apple TV+)
  2. Nobody (rent/buy)
  3. Bo Burnham: Inside (Netflix)
  4. Spider-Man: No Way Home (theaters)
  5. No Time To Die (rent/buy)
  6. Pig (Hulu/rent/buy)
  7. Dune (rent/buy)
  8. The Night House (rent/buy)
  9. Belfast (rent)
  10. Malignant (rent/buy)
  • Brent’s Top 10:
  1. Pig (Hulu/rent/buy)
  2. CODA (Apple TV+)
  3. Dune (rent/buy)
  4. Licorice Pizza (in theaters)
  5. The Humans (Showtime)
  6. C’mon C’mon (rent)
  7. Judas and the Black Messiah (HBO/buy)
  8. The Mitchells vs. the Machines (Netflix/rent/buy)
  9. The Velvet Underground (Apple TV+)
  10. Riders of Justice (Hulu/rent/buy)

Ep. #62 – Spider-Man: No Way Home/2021 IFJA Awards

I’m joined by my friends and IFJA colleagues Nick and Andy via Zoom as we spin some thoughts on Spider-Man: No Way Home, the latest MCU spectacle now playing only in theaters. Also check out Andy’s written review of the movie. Then we discuss the recently announced 2021 Indiana Film Journalists Association awards; the full list of winner and runners-up can be found here. Find us on FacebookTwitter and Letterboxd.

Ep. #59 – No Time To Die

I’m joined by my friend Logan as we find some time to scrutinize No Time To Die, the latest in the long-standing James Bond film franchise. Then we talk over some new series that we’ve been streaming, including Only Murders In The Building, the comedic whodunnit series available on Hulu, and Midnight Mass, a horror miniseries available on Netflix. We also mention a video essay which makes the argument that The Rock is a secret James Bond movie. Find us on FacebookTwitter and Letterboxd.

Ep. #58 – Malignant

I’m joined again by my lovely wife Aubree as we carve out some time for Malignant, the new over-the-top horror film from director James Wan. Then we recap some Sydney Sweeney-starring streaming selections, including The Voyeurs (streaming on Amazon Prime) and The White Lotus (entire season streaming on HBO Max). I also get briefly bummed about Pixies canceling their fall tour. Find us on FacebookTwitter and Letterboxd.