The lights come up, the music starts pumping, and the audience erupts in applause as Ryan Seacrest walks to the stage. This is American Idol.
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.
The ScreenFish team hopes you’ve had a great weekend and are enjoying your Sunday. We’ll be posting all week with some great interviews, reviews and articles about the latest in movies, TV and more. We’ll see you soon!
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?
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This week, we invite Anna Garas, Catherine Kidman and Leila Atta to the podcast to discuss the recent adaptation of John Green’s PAPER TOWNS. Is it worth screening, especially if you’re a fan of the book? We talk about this and more. Only on ScreenFish.