This week on the podcast, ScreenFish film analyst Chris Utley and Steve Norton battle big questions in Adam McKay’s THE BIG SHORT! Plus, in a special edition of What’s Biting, we take a hard look at the #OscarsSoWhite controversy and delve into the question of Hollywood’s diversity issue! Want to continue to conversation at home? Click… [Read More]
It’s a Norton reunion! This week on the podcast, Jason Norton and Steve Norton join forces to grapple with Inarritu’s THE REVENANT, starring Leonardo DiCaprio. This Oscar nominated film is getting stellar reviews for it’s Native American narrative and visuals… but is it worth the hype? Want to continue to conversation at home? Click the… [Read More]
This week on the podcast, we don’t discuss one film… but ten! Jacob Sahms joins Steve Norton to reveal the Top 10 films of 2015 as picked by our writers. Want to continue to conversation at home? Click the link below to download ‘Fishing for More’ — some small group questions for you to bring… [Read More]
In a very special podcast, ScreenFish joins forces with some of the best in the business — Reel World Theology and Cinemagogue — to discuss the nature of sin, faith and transformation in STAR WARS: THE FORCE AWAKENS! Steve Norton joins Pastor James Harleman and Mikey Fissel in the conversation. Want to continue to conversation at… [Read More]
This week on the podcast, Steve Norton and writer Patrick Erskine discuss CREED, the latest entry into the world of Rocky Balboa. Does this franchise still pack a punch? Or is it down for the count? Only on ScreenFish.
This week, we welcome Pastor James Harleman, author of ‘Cinemagogue’, to discuss life, wrath and sinfulness in SPECTRE, the latest entry into the Bond canon.
This week, Alan Sharrer and I take a look at Danny Boyle’s new bio-pic, STEVE JOBS. Written by Aaron Sorkin, this character piece asks the question of what it means to set up your legacy and the nature of human frailty.
In the Season 2 premiere, Arnaldo Reyes and Steve Norton examine the battle for good and search for hope in Denis Villeneuve’s thriller, SICARIO.
This week, screenwriter and author Brian Godawa drops by to discuss the intersection of faith and film and his new book, JESUS TRIUMPHANT.
This week on the podcast, Mikey Fissel of Reel World Theology and I get to clobberin’ Josh Trank’s reboot of the FANTASTIC FOUR. Is there redemption in bad movies? Is this one of them?