Tony Jones and Ryan Parker discuss the final three episodes of the Netflix western, Godless. They talk about whether or not this should have been a film, quick deaths, magnificent shootouts, and an unforgiveable massacre.
Tony Jones and Ryan Parker are back to discuss the third and fourth episodes of the Netflix limited series, Godless. They talk about weak characters, bloated plot lines, and whether or not Frank really wants to minister to the sick.
Tony Jones and Ryan Parker are back after a long break to discuss the first two episodes of the new Netflix series, Godless. They talk about the myth of the wild west, the theological/religious implications of the series' title, and the problems of having, in part, an all-female setting, but few, if any, women in the writers' room.
A conversation about the Sundance Channel series, RECTIFY, with Rev. Garrett Bugg, pastor of Wycliffe Presbyterian Church in Virginia Beach, VA.
A conversation about the Sundance Channel series, RECTIFY, with Rev. Mark Reisinger, the Pastor of Beaver Memorial United Methodist Church in Lewisburg, PA.
A discussion of the Sundance Channel series, RECTIFY, with Rev. Colie Bettivia, Associate Pastor of Grace Congregational United Church of Christ.
It's finally here folks! The first season finale of The Handmaid's Tale, now streaming on Hulu. Tony Jones and Ryan Parker unpack this brutal episode and discuss Elisabeth Moss and Ann Dowd's awards-worthy performances, the superpower of pregnancy, American refugees, and where they'd like to see the second season start off.
Tony Jones and Ryan Parker discuss the latest episode of The Handmaid's Tale, now streaming on HULU. They talk about Offred's gamble, Ofwarren's disappointment, and their expectations for the finale and the start of the second season.
Tony Jones and Ryan Parker are back to discuss the latest episode of The Handmaid's Tale, now streaming on Hulu. They talk about the nature of Captain Waterford's belief, the brothel as the truth that exposes the lie of Gilead, June's agency, and Nick's backstory.
Check out Alan Levinovitz's review of The Benedict Option, which also sheds some light on the setting of this series: