In this episode, Tyler and Josh are joined by Nathan Potter to discuss Darren Aronofsky’s Noah, as well as John Ford’s The Searchers.
00:00:44- Intro, episode 100
00:05:20- No Country for Old Men minisode
00:07:10- Wondercon meetup
00:07:45- Faithflix interview
00:08:45- Nathan Potter
01:40:30- The Searchers
01:53:25- Episode wrap-up
In this minisode, Tyler and Josh discuss the Coen Brothers’ No Country for Old Men, the winner of Best Picture for 2007.
Tyler was recently included in the panel on faith and film, which took place at the Mountaineer Short Film Festival in Morgantown, West Virginia. You can listen to it below.
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In this episode, Tyler and Josh discuss Paul Greengrass’ Captain Phillips and Vittorio De Sica’s Bicycle Thieves.
00:00:45- Intro, Let There Be Movies
00:01:40- Mountaineer Film Festival
00:03:10- Discussion of Lost by Reed Lackey
00:04:45- Captain Phillips
00:52:35- Bicycle Thieves
01:17:10- Episode wrap-up
What do you get when you cross a plane crash, polar bears, a monster made of black smoke, a moving island, an ancient statue, time-travel, an age-old battle of good versus evil and about 50 castaways with pasts as diverse as their ethnicities? You get a whole mess of questions, that’s what. You also get some of the most compelling, emotional and inspiring television in history.
It’s been 10 years since Lost first premiered on ABC, and binge watching was officially created. Fans were obsessed with the literary references, scientific theories, and endless clues to the shows seemingly countless mysteries. Fans were so obsessed that it isn’t uncommon to hear of red-eyed, bobble-headed insomniacs pressing on until 3 AM despite extreme weariness in order to fit in just one more episode.
Tyler will be a part of a roundtable discussion about the intersection of faith and film at the Mountaineer Film Festival. If you would like to attend, details are below.
Bloch Hall, Creative Arts Center
West Virginia University