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Chef Marc Murphy’s debut podcast, Food 360, is a true celebration of the culinary world. With a little help from historians, fellow celebrity chefs, food writers, and more, the Chopped judge and restaurateur examines food culture from every possible angle, shedding new light on even the most familiar culinary topics. He’ll explore questions like: Why does food taste better on a white plate? How do menu layouts affect the way we order? And what does it really take to open up a restaurant? Lis ...
 
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*CW: This episode’s review of Promising Young Woman contains discussions of sexual assault and rape. This week, Glenn, Daniel, and Erika check out two films delayed by COVID, the first a bucolic 1820 Pacific Northwestern from veteran genre director Kelly Reichardt, First Cow. The second, which ended up in a well-deserved awards-qualifying run (whic…
 
This week, Glenn and Daniel return to a W.B. Yeats poem with Come Away, a hybrid fairytale from Brave director Brenda Chapman featuring Peter Pan and Alice (in Wonderland) as childhood siblings in London, then venture into the twisted (and uncut) sophomore feature from Brandon Cronenberg, Possessor, a sci-fi horror film that’ll make you never trust…
 
Curiosity is a quality that most children seem to possess. It is this hunger to know and understand that spurs on their many questions. While some people remain curious into adulthood, for many of us it does not come as naturally as when we were young. Neither do many Christian people consider curiosity to be significant to the life of faith. What …
 
In ’The Last Battle’, the final book in CS Lewis’ Chronicles of Narnia, the children witness the end of Narnia before walking through a door between worlds into a land of "warm daylight' and "blue sky, with flowers at their feet”. They eventually come to see that this ’new’ land is the real Narnia, “which has always been here and always will be”, a…
 
This week, Glenn and Daniel check out the debut feature for director Xu Quirke, a tale of cutthroat songbirds that harkens back expectedly to Black Swan, yet carves a path very much its own (35:49). May contain NSFW language. FilmWonk rating: 6/10 (Daniel), 7.5/10 (Glenn) Show notes: [01:36] Review: Nocturne [20:50] Spoilers: Nocturne Listen above,…
 
What is a Map? How does it work and what does it do? In a general way, maps help us to orient ourselves. As we talk about this broad category such as reality, is it even possible to map it? This panel will explore the way we engage, think and represent the world around us, reflecting on the different sources we use to make sense of everything that …
 
The Social Sciences have become central in the way people think about our times and the issues of the day. Its constitution and origin as a science need to be understood if we are to reflect on the roots of the contemporary social movements. Besides, as we go deeper into its roots we may come to a clearer perspective on how meaning is framed within…
 
This week, Glenn and Daniel check out Miranda July‘s latest, Kajillionaire (in theaters now, on VOD 10/16), which – like a hot tub at 29% APR – is an oddball gift that keeps on giving. Then we venture into a deep, dark, dire pit of the American South with Antonio Campos‘ adaptation, The Devil All the Time (Netflix). And finally, we check out Daniel…
 
This week, Glenn and Daniel (and special guest Erika) dive into the first Disney live-action remake Glenn has felt any desire to watch, Mulan, a film as American as apple pie and jingoism. We also check out a pair of smaller films – a thriller melodrama debut from director Kevin Del Principe, Up on the Glass (now available on VOD), and a slow-burn …
 
CW: During our review of Lawrence of Arabia, we discuss an incident of sexual assault from T.E. Lawrence’s biography, as discussed by his biographers, and as depicted in the film. This week, Glenn and Daniel reflect on ten years of the FilmWonk Podcast, and review two cinematic blindspots from the AFI’s Top 100 list – Lawrence of Arabia and Raging …
 
In this week’s podcast, Glenn and Daniel grapple with a horrific natural disaster that has been exacerbated by inept individual and governmental decisions whose ongoing toll of human tragedy is difficult to fathom. And they also watch a documentary about the 2018 Camp Fire (29:30). May contain NSFW language. FilmWonk rating: 6 out of 10 Show notes:…
 
On this week’s podcast, Glenn and Daniel debate the raison d’être of both an all-Wolverine superhero team, as well as romance and human existence itself, with a pair of blockbuster streaming selections, Palm Springs, an outstanding debut from first-time feature director Max Barbakow, and The Old Guard, a graphic novel adaptation which divided us, f…
 
On this week’s podcast, Glenn and Daniel debate the merits of Jon Stewart‘s election-year political satire Irresistible, which joins a micro-genre that comes as regularly and tediously as the elections themselves, and which provoked far more knowing nods than belly laughs. Then we spend substantially longer discussing Spike Lee‘s outstanding modern…
 
Have you ever dreamed of living in a foreign country as an expat? Amanda Mouttaki better known as “MarocMama” from her successful travel website, not only moved from Michigan to Morocco but created the very successful Marrakesh Food Tours company abroad with her husband. In this episode, Marc explores through Amanda’s eyes what it’s really like to …
 
Ever wonder if our careers are pre-destined for us? If our parents could possibly already know who we’re going to be by the experiences and flavors from our childhood? There could be a method to the madness, and Marc alongside Chef David Rose will explore it all. Growing up the youngest of eight kids, David reveals how his path to his culinary drea…
 
On this week’s podcast, Glenn and Daniel head back in time to the age of radio to check out the outstanding small-town sci-fi drama debut from director Andrew Patterson, The Vast of Night (which premieres on Amazon Prime today), and then come almost all the way back to the present day with Leos Carax‘s delightfully wacky 2012 film Holy Motors (54:0…
 
Founder and CEO Sean Dimin of Sea to Table joins host Marc Murphy for a candid conversation about fish in America. Every day port towns from Maine down to the Gulf Coast and back up to Alaska welcome the wild catch of local, independent fishermen. Do you know what happens to the fresh catch after that? The supply chain system might not be as simple…
 
[CW: This episode contains discussion of disturbing violent and sexual content.] On this week’s podcast, Glenn and Daniel see a parade of talents converge in the delightful new romantic action comedy The Lovebirds, and then descend into the depths of allegorical hell with The Platform. And like Orpheus and Eurydice, we kinda like each other after t…
 
America’s love affair with food and celebrity chefs has humble beginnings. In this episode four-time James Beard award-winning TV personality, chef, writer, teacher and social justice advocate, Andrew Zimmern joins host Marc Murphy for an intimate discussion surrounding the current state of the industry and how it could and will change for the bett…
 
[CW: This episode contains discussion of sexual violence.] On this week’s podcast, Glenn and Daniel (with special guest Erika Spoden) are a bit more playful than usual. That’s to say, we’re reviewing a play – specifically, the National Theatre of Great Britain’s 2011 performance of Frankenstein, adapted for the stage by Nick Dear, and directed by D…
 
In this episode co-founder and CEO Mike Winik of OurHarvest an online farmers market joins host Marc Murphy. Hear how Mike quit his job in finance and followed his passion for cooking to turn it into something good for the world. Ever wonder how your food reaches the grocery store from a farm? And how long its journey actually is? Listen as they di…
 
In this episode legendary writer, editor, critic and cook Ruth Reichl joins host Marc Murphy. Listen as they reminisce New York City’s restaurant scene in the early 90’s when he was a young chef and she was the New York Times restaurant critic. Ever wonder what it’s like to run one of the most influential food magazines? Ruth shares the rise and fa…
 
In this episode of Food 360 Live co-host of Food Network’s The Kitchen, Jeff Mauro joins hosts Marc Murphy and Emily Karpin. They discuss their new routines during quarantine, what’s it like to film a network show at home without a production team, life on the stage and the process of writing, shooting and publishing your first cookbook. Links: htt…
 
On this week’s podcast, Glenn and Daniel head north of the border and into the quixotic dream of a crowdfunded mission to Mars with Shane Belcourt‘s Red Rover (which is available for streaming Tuesday, May 12), and then check out Master of None co-creator Alan Yang‘s fictionalized take on his parents’ immigrant story from Taiwan, with Tigertail, ne…
 
Food 360 Live with Chef Aarón Sánchez In this first episode of Food 360 Live, award-winning chef, TV personality, cookbook author and philanthropist Aarón Sánchez join hosts Marc Murphy and Emily Karpin. They discuss life during quarantine, their culinary adventures over the years, the impact of restaurants during the pandemic and get to the bottom…
 
While we were halfway through production for Food 360's second season, we needed to take a break and quarantine. But while we're on hold, we'll be releasing live conversations with our friends in the food world. Follow Chef Marc Murphy on Instagram for updates on new episodes of "Food 360 Live." Instagram.com/chefmarcmurphy Learn more about your ad…
 
On this week’s podcast, Glenn and Daniel venture back in time with director Chris Roberti to a time when we could all gather aboard a cruise ship and secretly shoot a romantic comedy about time-traveling assassins, with Same Boat, which hits VOD on Tuesday 4/7. We also catch up with Birds of Prey, an impressive return to the brightest and most colo…
 
On this week’s podcast, Glenn and Daniel venture back in time to before The Incident when were all still able to go outside, to see Florence Pugh‘s starmaking debut in the uneven Lady Macbeth. Then they check out what will probably be the first of many streaming selections, a seaside crime caper new this weekend on Amazon Prime, Blow the Man Down (…
 
In this week’s podcast, Glenn and Daniel roll for initiative with Pixar’s latest foray into the fantastical, Onward (23:51). May contain NSFW language. FilmWonk rating: 6/10 (Glenn), 8/10 (Daniel) Show notes: Music for this episode is magic. Stay tuned afterward for an adorable interview. Listen above, or download: Onward (right-click, save as, or …
 
On this week’s podcast, Glenn and Daniel conclude the Trilogy of Trilogies and finally figure out the answer to the question posed in the best film of the new Star Wars trilogy: What is it all for? But first, we take a gander at a ghost of Christmas past as Daniel selects his very favorite holiday film, a rom-com farce from 1945 (01:16:48). May con…
 
On this week’s podcast, Glenn and Daniel return to the Western Front with Sam Mendes‘ groundbreaking, single-shot World War I drama, 1917. And then we check out a war of a different sort with Noah Baumbach’s artful confessional about divorce, Marriage Story, now streaming on Netflix (01:22:39). May contain NSFW language. FilmWonk rating (1917): 7/1…
 
On this week’s podcast, Glenn and Daniel (along with special guest Erika) take in a pair of surprisingly apropos titles about the lives of rich and poor families: Bong Joon-ho’s Parasite, and The Last Jedi director Rian Johnson’s Knives Out (01:34:19). May contain NSFW language. FilmWonk rating (Knives Out): 8.5 out of 10 FilmWonk rating (Parasite)…
 
Whereas Christianity once shaped the values of our culture, the historical Christian view on matters of personal choice (such as sexual morality and the value of human life) is now increasingly seen as fundamentalist and immoral. Do we look to this future with fear or excitement? Should Christians react with compromise, withdrawal, silence or asser…
 
Dmitri Shostakovich is arguably the greatest composer of the 20th century. There is not a musical form he couldn’t write for. But his brilliance made him an easy target in Stalin’s Soviet Union, especially when ruled by a dictator who fancied himself an aesthete. His lifelong battle was to preserve his artistic integrity at the same time as avoidin…
 
Stephen King has written 61 novels, has won numerous literary awards, has had more film adaptations made of his work than any living author, and has been called the “Master of Horror”. If a task of the Christian is to seek and treasure God’s goodness, truth, and beauty wherever they are found, how should Christians interact with King’s work and wit…
 
On this week’s podcast, Glenn and Daniel see the triumphant return of an iconic character from yesteryear, for whom fucking up motherfuckers is the game. Also, they watched Dolemite Is My Name (48:48). May contain NSFW language. FilmWonk rating (Terminator: Dark Fate): 6/10 (Daniel), 7.5/10 (Glenn) FilmWonk rating (Dolemite Is My Name): 8 out of 10…
 
Populism has brought a special kind of confusion for Christians, especially as Christian values can be part of the rhetoric of populism. Which loyalties, if any, should Christians feel in all of this? How should Christians respond to their cultural moment while remaining rooted in the reality of their identities in God? Henk Reitsema, L’Abri Worker…
 
What is power and why is it important? Is there such a thing as good power? We will look at the accounts in the first section of Matthew's Gospel for examples of power and subversion to see what Jesus makes of it all. See the slides here: https://drive.google.com/open?id=1UFAXQq3tfddosYGkBmOHil7jZshpXo5Q…
 
On this week’s podcast, Glenn and Daniel check out yet another scary clown with Joker, a film that insisted we think deeply about its shallow politics and half-baked philosophy. We ponder whether death of the author is even possible when the author won’t shut his mouth, and whether a strong, dark, and gritty Joaquin Phoenix performance is enough of…
 
Figure of fame and controversy, Jordan Peterson is loved and hated with the same intensity for the polarizing views he expresses. In this lecture, we will continue the discussion of his rules for life, looking at their philosophical and theological framework trying to understand what he is saying and why it’s been so influential and try to offer a …
 
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