When film and faith collide..
5.16 Discovering Identity in DETECTIVE PIKACHU
May 19, 2019 11:14 AM PDT
With POKEMON: DETECTIVE PIKACHU, Nintendo gets back into the movie game with their first live-action adaptation of the popular franchise. When Tim Goodman gets the news that his absentee father has passed away, he returns to his home to search for answers. However, after Tim discovers his father’s partner, a wise-cracking Pikachu, he quickly discovers that there may be more to the story than he first believed. As the two venture out to solve the puzzle of his father’s disappearance, Tim and Pikachu learn to work together while, at the same time, tackling their own inner battles as well. This week on the show, Steve welcomes a couple of Pokemon masters in Rob Jackson and Anthony Simone to get to the bottom of the mystery behind why video game movies often fail and the film's understanding of identity and mental health issues.Infinity Warm-Up Chapter 22: AVENGERS: ENDGAME
May 05, 2019 10:39 PM PDT
After the Decimation took the lives of billions of people with the snap of a finger, the remaining Avengers are doing everything possible to find Thanos and save the world. When a long-lost ally arrives unexpectedly, they may have finally found the key to setting things right--if it's not already too late. This week, the Warm-Up crew assemble to talk about what it means to fail, broken heroes and how Tony Stark has changed over the years.1on1 with Alexandra Barreto (LADY HATER)
May 03, 2019 09:43 AM PDT
A veteran onscreen (and off), Alexandra Barreto (THE FOSTERS) steps behind the camera for the first time with her comedic short, LADY HATER. Premiering this week at the Tribeca Film Festival, LADY HATER pokes fun at the confusion surrounding issues of feminism and identity. In this 1on1, Steve speaks to Alexandra about the cathartic experience of writing, the dangers of putting people into 'boxes' and what sort of conversations she hopes the film sparks amongst its audience.1on1 with Kelly Asbury (UGLYDOLLS)
May 02, 2019 07:36 PM PDT
Directed by veteran animator Kelly Asbury (SHREK 2, GNOMEO AND JULIET), UGLYDOLLS tells the story of Moxy, an odd but lovable toy that discovers what it means to celebrate differences when she steps into the town of Perfection. In this 1on1, Steve speaks to Kelly about what it takes to bring toys to life, the joy of animation and the meaning of perfection.5.15 The Power of SHAZAM!
April 28, 2019 10:18 PM PDT
As an orphan, 14-year old Billy Batson struggles to connect with foster families as he bounces from home to home, searching for his mother. When he suddenly receives the limitless power of Shazam, he finds a new calling as a superhero... but can a broken teenager handle this sort of responsibility? What makes him worthy of the challenge? This week, Derek Wong and Mira Ibrahim join us to talk about what sets Billy apart, the dangers of deadly sins and the meaning of power.1on1 with Celia Au (IN A NEW YORK MINUTE)
April 27, 2019 08:20 AM PDT
Starring Celia Au, IN A NEW YORK MINUTE premieres this weekend at the Newport Beach Film Festival. Based on a Chinese short story, follows three strangers as they accidentally find that the solution to their problems lies in a single pregnancy test. In this 1on1, Steve speaks to Celia about the family atmosphere on set, how to break the cycle of shame and what it is about love that can change people so deeply.1on1 with Van Jones (THE REDEMPTION PROJECT)
April 25, 2019 08:53 AM PDT
In THE REDEMPTION PROJECT, Van Jones attempts to bring criminals and their victims together in order to find answers (and, in some cases, peace and grace) long after their tragic events have taken place. In this 1on1, Steve speaks to Van about why a show like this is so necessary in our culture, how he knows someone is ready to meet their attacker or victim, and what it takes to be redeemed.5.14 Raising HELLBOY
April 21, 2019 12:00 PM PDT
This week, That Shelf writer Victor Stiff joins us to bring the apocalypse with HELLBOY, the much maligned reboot by Neil Marshall. Starring Stranger Things’ David Harbour and Milla Jovovich, HELLBOY finds himself torn the world of monsters and humanity as he attempts to prevent the ancient Blood Queen from unleashing… well… hell on earth. Rated a distasterous 11% on Rotten Tomatoes, the film has a tonne of detractors but is it really a sign of the End of Days? Or is there something redeemable in the half-demon? In a fun conversation, Victor and I attempt to discern what makes Hellboy a hero and what he’s looking for in the film.1on1 with Raymond Cruz (THE CURSE OF LA LARONA)
April 18, 2019 01:11 PM PDT
Returning us to the scare-filled universe of THE CONJURING, THE CURSE OF LA LARONA is set in 1970s Los Angeles where the legendary ghost is stalking the night -- and the children. Ignoring the eerie warning of a troubled mother, a social worker and her own kids are drawn into a frightening supernatural realm. Their only hope of surviving La Llorona's deadly wrath is a disillusioned priest (Raymond Cruz) who practices mysticism to keep evil at bay. In this 1on1, Steve speaks to Cruz about what it is about this story that continues to endure, how he prepared for the role and why this story is so embedded within his culture.1on1 with Milla Jovovich and David Harbour (HELLBOY)
April 14, 2019 01:00 PM PDT
Julie Levac and Steve Norton come to you live from the red carpet of the Toronto Premiere of Hellboy, interviewing Milla Jovovich and David Harbour.
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