You can find our latest episode reviewing The Greatest Showman on your favorite podcast platform or stream the episode on TuneIn within this post. Read more

I loved John Krasinski’s A Quiet Place, but it was missing one thing, one thing that would have made the movie better. . . Read more

You can find our latest episode reviewing Solo: A Star Wars Story on your favorite podcast platform or stream the episode on TuneIn within this post. Read more

Hey everyone.   Are you on Facebook?  If so please consider this your personal invitation to The Pop Culture Coram Deo Perpetual Afterparty. We’ve created that Facebook group to hopefully generate a bit more conversation around the episodes and posts of the PCCD Pod. As I mentioned above, we’re calling it The Perpetual After Party and we’re hoping it will help the hosts connect with listeners, listeners with each other, and foster good conversation. Would you be so kind as to… Read more

You can find our latest episode reviewing 12 Strong on your favorite podcast platform or stream the episode on TuneIn within this post. Read more

Superman turned 80 recently and the NY Times went with a dad joke to mark the occasion.  For my part this seems an opportune time to offer up one of my more unpopular film opinions: 2017’s Justice League, widely panned by critics[1], is a better movie than the critical consensus would have you believe.  This is largely because the movie eventually starts to get Superman right and that is important.[2] First, though, the caveats:  Don’t misunderstand me – this is… Read more

You can find our latest episode reviewing Avengers: Infinity War on your favorite podcast platform or stream the episode on TuneIn within this post. Read more

This piece is written as a companion to episode 14 of The Pop Culture Coram Deo Podcast and, like that episode (which you can play below, contains numerous spoilers. Read on at your own discretion. There were several times during my in-theater viewing of A Quiet Place where I was sorely tempted to stand up and applaud Emily Blunt’s character Evelyn Abbott. I realize this is strange praise for a horror movie but nonetheless: I don’t think I’ve ever seen… Read more

This piece is written as a companion to episode 11 of The Pop Culture Coram Deo Podcast and, like that episode (which you can play below, contains numerous spoilers. Read on at your own discretion. Where did we come from? What happens when we die? These are among the most fundamental questions of human existence. We should note too: these questions are necessarily questions of imagination.  Both questions are unanswerable by our own experience and thus we have to speculate… Read more

You can find our latest episode reviewing Justice League on your favorite podcast platform or stream the episode on TuneIn within this post. Read more

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