Aaron got to talk once again about one of his favorite 2016 films Arrival, this time with more of a theological slant to it. Check him and Steve from Screenfish out at Reel World Theology. Synopsis below.
We get to talk about the most original sci-fi film we’ve seen this year. Not only do we all love original sci-fi, but this film gives us so much to discuss– which means it is doing exactly what we think good sci-fi should be doing. While the movie does not come out and make explicit arguments for these things, the film sparks conversations about free will, abortion, God’s perspective on time, and pain and suffering. I also mispronounce Villanueve’s name horribly!
Patrick got a chance to continue the Young Frankenstein conversation on one of his favorite podcasts, the Retro Rewind Podcast. Check out the synopsis below.
We deviate from our normal movie-voted episodes again to honor Gene Wilder’s passing in an Abby-Normal way. Patrick “Patch” Hicks joins us to discuss Young Frankenstein, and you can listen to what we thought of this Mel Brooks flick.
Patrick got an opportunity to guest host with Francisco Ruiz and his co-host Paul Powers on their show, the Retro Rewind Podcast. They discussed a film from the late 80’s called Adventures in Babysitting. Here’s the synopsis and the link below.
We don’t need to get a flat tire to have an adventure discussing the 80s movie Adventures in Babysitting – we just need to pick up our guest host Patrick Hicks from the bus station.
Aaron partners with Blaine from the Reel World Rewind podcast to talk about a movie that he loved revisiting, Super 8. Check out the synopsis below:
On this episode of Reel World Rewind:
This month, Blaine kicks of an annual Rewind tradition: Spielberg Summers. But instead of starting with one of the director’s iconic works like Jaws, Jurassic Park, etc., Blaine and Aaron dive into the Spielberg-inspired film Super 8. They talk about the film’s Spielberg-ness and how it wrestles with ideas of love and forgiveness.
This week Aaron spent some time over at Reel World Theology and got to geek out over one of his favorite games turned movie. Here’s the synopsis:
On this episode of the Reel World Theology Podcast, we get the chance to really “nerd out” about Warcraft, a film that’d arguably been 20 years in the making. From it’s beginnings with real-time strategy game Warcraft: Orcs and Humans to the incredibly popular MMORPG World of Warcraft, Blizzard’s flagship game has influenced countless lives and sucked many hours of life away to the fantasy world of Azeroth. We get together a few current and former players to talk about expectations, video game movies, fantasy epics, and, honestly, take license to embrace our inner geek. Does theWarcraft film scratch that nostalgic itch? We discuss!
Aaron got a chance to discuss Children of Men with Richard from Popcorn Theology. Check out the synopsis below:
This week, Richard was joined by Aaron to discuss one of Aaron’s favorite movies, Children of Men! They talk about children (as a blessing from the Lord), taking the Lord’s name in ‘vain’ and what that looks like, faith vs chance, and more!
Aaron debuts his solo guest podcasting by discussing Bryan Singers latest installment in the X-Men franchise on Reel World Theology. Check out the synopsis below:
Bryan Singer is back with another installment in the beloved X-Men franchise. This time he has not been heralded as quite the savior as normal. Landing somewhere (for most) between the disappointment of Batman v Superman and the thrill of Civil War, X-Men: Apocalypse seems to want to do too much and remember too little about its own past. However, we do get a lot of cool tidbits sprinkled throughout along with a whole lot of talk about God… or god? Either way, we try to figure out what is going on and what, if anything, we should learn about God from this film.
Aaron and Patrick got a chance to talk about the original Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles film from 1990 with Peter from the Original/Remake Podcast. Here’s the original synopsis:
With the upcoming release of Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles 2: Out of the Shadows, Peter recruits the aide of Aaron and Patrick of the Feelin’ Film Podcast to review the 1990 and 2014 versions of TEENAGE MUTANT NINJA TURTLES. They talk about their history with the popular franchise and also recast some of the more notable characters in this Turtle Power filled episode.