When film and faith collide..
6.21 Living the Dream on FANTASY ISLAND
February 22, 2020 11:46 AM PST
In Blumhouse’s FANTASY ISLAND, the mysterious Mr. Rourke (Michael Pena) generously welcomes five contest winners to his secluded hotel for a weekend where all their dreams can come true! However, when those dreams become nightmares, his guests must fight their way through their own desires in order to survive. This week, we welcome returnee Allen Chabot and newcomer Adam Howard to talk about whether or not fantasies are dangerous, what it means to forgive yourself and the nature of a hero.1on1 with Victoria Kucher (SPACE & TIME)
February 19, 2020 08:35 AM PST
Directed by Shawn Gerrard, SPACE & TIME tells the story of Siobhan (Victoria Kucher) and Sean (Steven Yaffee), a young couple who realize that they have serious questions that they need to answer about their relationship and themselves as they approach their 30th birthdays. In this 1on1, we get to speak to star Victoria Kucher why we mythologize turning 30, the character of the city of Toronto and the difference between 'running away' and 'moving on'.6.20 Emancipating the BIRDS OF PREY
February 14, 2020 07:56 AM PST
After her debut in SUICIDE SQUAD, fan favourite Margot Robbie gets her time to shine brightly in BIRDS OF PREY (AND THE FANTABULOUS EMANCIPATION OF ONE HARLEY QUINN). After stepping out from the shadow of her ex—the Joker—Quinn quickly finds herself in the cross-hairs of every hitman in Gotham, especially maniacal crime boss Black Mask (Ewan Macgregor). However, Harley isn’t the only woman in Gotham who needs emancipation and she finds some unlikely allies in tough cop Rene Montoya, Black Canary and The Huntress. In a fantabulous episode, Mira Ibrahim joins me again to talk about the meaning of emancipation and pop culture’s portrayal of gender.6.19 HUSTLERS, Sexuality and the Super Bowl
February 07, 2020 12:30 PM PST
Inspired by a true story, HUSTLERS follows a band of former strip club employees, led by the street-wise Ramona (Jennifer Lopez) and pragmatic Destiny (Constance Wu), who band together in order to take back power and independence against their Wall Street clientele. This week, we welcome actor Audra Choy, producer Diane Johnstone and Dwayne Choy to the show to talk about the power of sexuality, the Super Bowl and who really gets hurt.teenFish#8 - JUMANJI: THE NEXT LEVEL
February 01, 2020 08:56 PM PST
When Spencer decides to re-enter the world of JUMANJI, his friends follow in order to save him from the dangers inside. However, when glitches in the game push the boundaries of their experience, the team is forced to take a hard look at themselves in order to decide who they really are and what they're capable of. This month, Daniel and Jacob delve into JUMANJI: THE NEXT LEVEL to talk about finding our identity, purpose and reconnecting.6.18 Setting Off the BOMBSHELL of Truth
January 31, 2020 09:17 AM PST
Back in 2016, after Megyn Kelly and Gretchen Carlson raised allegations about FOX Executive Roger Ailes, the fallout helped further survivors of sexual misconduct to speak out against their attackers sparking a movement that reverberated throughout the industry. Now, with his latest film BOMBSHELL, director Jay Roach attempts to give light on the truth of the story in the hopes of continuing the ongoing conversation surrounding sexual misconduct in our culture. In an honest and challenging conversation, we welcome back ScreenFish’r Julie Levac and TO Film Files’ Jolie Featherstone to discuss the relationship between of power and voice.6.17 Maturing Mayhem in BAD BOYS FOR LIFE
January 25, 2020 07:16 PM PST
After 17 years, renegade cops Mike Lowry and Marcus Burnett (played by Will Smith and Martin Lawrence) return to the screen in BAD BOYS FOR LIFE. After the vicious leader of a Miami drug cartel starts a murderous rampage throughout the streets of Miami, Lowry and Burnett are forced to work with the newly-created elite team AMMO to bring them down. However, with time catching up to them, the two aging hot shots must re-examine what matters most to them as they jump back into the crosshairs of another ruthless crime lord. This week on the show, film analyst Chris Utley joins us to talk about carnage, clutching at glory, and connecting with the soul.6.16 Pouncing on CATS
January 17, 2020 08:58 AM PST
Featuring iconic songs from Andrew Lloyd Webber and starring such talents as Jennifer Hudson, Idris Elba, Taylor Swift and more, the first big screen portrayal of the Broadway smash musical CATS seemed like a sure-fire hit over the Christmas season. However, despite its award-winning pedigree, terrible reviews and troubled special effects have caused the film to suffer at the box office. But does the film deserve to be in the centre of Oscar buzz or does it really cough up a hairball? This week, we’re joined by Allen Chabot and newcomer Naomi Bain to talk about welcoming outsiders, T.S. Eliot and what went wrong… horribly, horribly wrong…6.15 Stepping into 1917
January 10, 2020 10:44 AM PST
In our first episode of 2020, writer/director Sam Mendes wants to take us back to 1917 where he immerses the viewer in the Great War and tells the story of two young soldiers who are given the impossible task of reaching another unit to warn them of a trap that could potentially wipe out hundreds of their men. Depicted as though a single take, the film includes stunning visuals and offers modern insight into our historical understanding. This week on the show, we welcome back Seeing and Believing’s Kevin McLenithan to talk about the nature of honour, the importance of individual stories and our Top 3 Movie Moments of 2019.6.14 Family and Fans in STAR WARS: THE RISE OF SKYWALKER
December 27, 2019 09:11 AM PST
In Star Wars: RISE OF SKYWALKER, Director JJ Abrams returns to attempt to wrap up a story 42 years in the making. As Resistance Heroes Poe Dameron and Finn attempt to wage ware agains the darkness of the First Order, young Jedi Rey ventures into the far reaches of space to face a deeper evil who has returned from the grave ready to expose secrets from her past. This week, Jedi Master Greg Banik and Mando Arnaldo Reyes return to the show to do battle about fan expectations, the nature of family and redemption from our past.
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