Sean and Whit are back from the past with a look at teenage movies, how they differ (or don't) from coming-of-age movies, and the different lessons they teach girls and boys.
The 'cats are back, and this time they brought pals. Friends Ethan and Aarthi join Sean and Whit to discuss what we like in scary movies, what the best scary movies have in common, and what unique contributions scary movies offer to the cinematic.
The 'Cats are back! Getting back into the swing of things with their favorite movie-going experiences. Bonus: Whit talks about Transformers again. She just can't help herself.
The 'cats are back! Sean and Whit talk about blockbusters: what are they exactly, what are they trying to say, and what do they say about us. Sean also reveals his true feelings about Christopher Nolan, and Whit gets upset about biopics.
The 'Cats tackle two of the best coming-of-age movies of the twenty-first century: Boyhood (2014) and Moonlight (2016). They manage to discuss the origins of empathy and cinema's role in reinforcing it, film as a medium for social justice, what does it mean to ethically produce and make film, and the ethical constraitns of a film industry in a capitalist system, to boot. Oh, and a lot of weird references to Transformers 4, but that's just a bonus.
The 'Cats talk Last Summer, a film made in Arkansas and available on Netflix, and what it means to stay in and grow in the South.
The 'Cats debate which Kubrick film is the Kubrickiest. They might even have an answer, but it won't be one you expect.
The 'Cats talk their favorite Halloween movies. (If you're sensitive to spoilers, we talk about the plots and endings to Halloween (1978), It Follows (2015), The Thing (1980), and Night of the Living Dead (1968)) New theme song by Kenneth Chad Hiley, out of Fayetteville, AR.
Inaugural Episode! The 'Cats talk their favorite movies.