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The Projection Booth has been recognized as a premier film podcast by The Washington Post, The A.V. Club, IndieWire, Entertainment Weekly, and Filmmaker Magazine. With over 500 episodes to date and an ever-growing fan base, The Projection Booth regularly attracts special guest talent eager to discuss their past gems, including Elliott Gould, John Waters, Ed Harris, Luke Wilson, Chris Elliott, Ellen Burstyn, Bruce Dern, Willem Dafoe, Michael Palin, Tim Rice, John Landis, William Friedkin, Jul ...
 
Join the RELEVANT team as they tackle the intersection of faith and culture like no one else — all with a hilarious twist! In addition to the week's news and randomness, Cameron Strang, Jesse Carey, Jamie Ivey, Derek Minor and Tyler Huckabee are joined by thought-provoking leaders, influencers, and artists you don't want to miss.
 
An immersive improv comedy podcast hosted by Chicago comedians/best friends Dan White and Tim Lyons. Every week Dan and Tim host some of the funniest comedians from Chicago, New York, and LA for some hilarious chattin' 'n 'provin. With the help of some slick post-production effects, they create a totally unique audial comedy show where all of their biggest comedy perversions freely penetrate your gentle, delicate ears. Support the pod! For extended episodes, weekly bonus episodes, and more p ...
 
Join Aaron Williams on Comics Manifest where he interviews amazing and influential creators in comics. Guests share their creative journey, express what excites them today, share their worst creative moment, and most memorable successes. Expect to receive strategies you can adopt, mindsets that you can obtain, and ACTIONABLE tips that can inspire you and help you take your comics projects to the next level. Comics Manifest aims to inspire the aspiring creator and with new episodes airing eve ...
 
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This week, Passion founder Louie Giglio joins us to talk about mental health — both his own struggles and how he’s found help winning those battles practically, mentally and spiritually. (It’s this week’s Quarterlife Conversation, presented by UHSM.) Also, we introduce you to singer/songwriter Natalie Bergman, whose amazing new album ‘Mercy’ is abo…
 
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Judith Mayne and Angela Mac join Mike to discuss the controversial 2020 film from Maïmouna Doucouré, Cuties. It's the story of Amy (Fathia Youssouf), a young immigrant girl from Senegal living in Paris and desperate to fit in with the girls she sees as "cool" at her school. Her home life is collapsing as her father is due to return from Africa with…
 
If God forgives us for our sins, what is stopping us from sinning even more? Isn't God's grace just a free pass to do whatever I want? These are the questions Paul is dealing with in his letter to the churches in Rome. For these new Jesus followers, Paul is laying the foundation upon which the Roman believers can build their faith. Reading through …
 
There ain't no money anywhere near rap! Dante Elephante and Kip Berman talk about everything and anything! We discuss being a dad, The Pains of Being Pure at Heart, and his new record "Tethers" is out now! Buy my new album "Mid-Century Modern Romance" on vinyl: https://www.bornlosersrecords.com/product/dante-elephante-mid-century-modern-romance-tra…
 
This week Tim and Dan keep it short at the top and long on the sides! We chat'n'prov with Kennedy Baldwin and Jonah Cooper about local emo bands, food rivalries, and the dangers of getting your tongue pierced. Performers: Kennedy Baldwin (@KendyBaldy) Jonah Cooper (@Jonahformayor) (T-Shirts) Tim Lyons (@TimLyons) Dan White (@atdanwhite) Support the…
 
Episode 880: This week, Chandler Moore from Maverick City Music joins us to talk about the amazing live album they just released in collaboration with Elevation Worship. We talk about how the partnership came about—and how working together unlocked a whole new lane of creative inspiration for them all. For our Quarterlife Conversation (presented by…
 
We’re looking at John Woo’s 1992 film, Hard-Boiled, the story of a hot-handed supercop, Tequila, (Chow Yun-Fat), and an undercover cop -- either Alan or Tony depending on what version you watch, played by Tony Leung. Tony and Tequila are working two sides of the same case involving the dastardly Johnny Wong (Anthony Wong). More than being a case of…
 
Are we born sinners? Are we born with guilt before God? Do we really have a sinful nature? These are questions that the Church has had traditional answers to for centuries, but have we got it wrong? Tradition will tell you that we sinned with Adam in the Garden of Eden and therefore we incur guilt before God. After a careful study of Romans 5, I th…
 
Episode 63 w/ Jonny Kosmo is out now! We talk about therapy, drug addiction and his new record "Pastry" is due June 4 on Feeding Tube & Dinosaur City! Buy my new album "Mid-Century Modern Romance" on vinyl: https://www.bornlosersrecords.com/product/dante-elephante-mid-century-modern-romance-transparent-blue-vinyl MERCH: https://www.hellomerch.com/c…
 
This week, Tim has gone Suburban Commando and is living it up in his home town for the summer. Dan and Tim talk Siren Head and the unsettling nature, but ultimately not super scary (to Dan) character along with abandoned staircases to nowhere and health care bills. Then we chat'n'prov with Steve Han and Henrik Blinx for a convo about moving, living…
 
On the second of our two-part discussion about John Carpenter films we discuss Escape from New York. It's the story Snake Plissken (Kurt Russell), a former war hero turned disillusioned criminal in an America that has turned into a police state. When the President's plane crashes in the prison colony that was once Manhattan, Snake is sent in after …
 
Episode 879: Singer/songwriter extraordinaire Matt Kearney debuts some of his upcoming album ‘January Flower,’ and tells us why it’s his most personal project yet. Then, for our Quarterlife conversation (presented by UHSM) we talk to counselor and author Mike Foster about some of the obstacles twentysomethings face on the road to mental wellness. T…
 
You will believe that a podcast can try to discuss one of the first major big-budget forays into the world of superheroes via Richard Donner's Superman (1978). James Lawrence of The Iron Sequel and Mike Thompson join Mike White to examine the film and its impact. Special guests Jeff East (Clark Kent) and Sarah Douglas (Ursa) reminisce about their e…
 
At some point throughout your life, you will inevitably be met with this question... How do you know Christianity is true and not some other religion? You undoubtedly will be met with another question... Why does God allow suffering? We may be led to believe that these questions are relatively new and have not yet been thought of. Looking at Romans…
 
Doohickey Cubicle is on the podcast today! They're an indie duo from Vancouver, British Columbia. CANADA MONTH is turning into CANADA YEAR! We shoot the shit and talk about their new EP "Don't Fix Anything" which is out now! https://doohickeycubicle.bandcamp.com/album/dont-fix-anything Buy my new album "Mid-Century Modern Romance" on vinyl: https:/…
 
FINISH HIM! Dan and Tim kick off this episode by discussing the new Mortal Kombat film and why they believe the new film does Liu Kang and Goro dirty. *This section contains lots of movie spoilers so skip to the 11 minute mark if you haven't seen yet* Then Dina Facklis and Brad Morris stop by to chat about the origins of their long running iO show …
 
This week, MARTY from Social Club Misfits is in the hot seat playing our RELEVANT Culture Quiz: TV Edition, author John Elredge joins us for our Quarterlife conversation (presented by UHSM) talking about the importance of soul care, especially post-pandemic, and of course we talk about the issue gripping America this week—the Chauvin verdict—and wh…
 
We kick off a two-part discussion of John Carpenter with a look at his first proper feature film, Assault on Precinct 13. Father Malone (Dark Destinations) and Aaron Peterson (Hollywood Outsider) join Mike to look at the film and all of its various remakes (Ghosts of Mars, District B13, etc). Troy Howarth talks about his new books, Assault on the S…
 
Trust me it all connects! Paul jam packs some amazing theology for us to discover in Romans chapter 4. For the entire chapter Paul is focusing on Abraham to help the Jewish believers see how Abraham's faith relates to our faith in Jesus. Doing this, Paul opens the door for us to discover some amazing truths about the Gospel and how we come to ratio…
 
Woody and Jeremy are on the podcast today! This episode has some serious dad talk, Vulfpeck, and their new self-released album "Gravy in My Coffee" comes out June 4th! Order here: https://woodyandjeremy.bandcamp.com/ Buy my new album "Mid-Century Modern Romance" on vinyl: https://www.bornlosersrecords.com/product/dante-elephante-mid-century-modern-…
 
Happy 4/20, everyone! Neither Tim nor Dan realized it was 4/20 until Dan began typing the show notes so it isn't talked about or mentioned once on the show. On this episode, Dan and Tim discuss the television show absolutely everyone is buzzing about - the 2011 a cappella smash hit The Sing Off. Tim updates us on his big move and reflects on his ti…
 
Episode 877: This week, Joel and Luke from For King & Country join us to talk about live music, collaboration and their new live concert film, which just released. We’re also joined by relationship expert Debra Fileta to talk about dating in your 20s, part of our new Quarterlife series presented by UHSM. (Yes we talk about all the apps, and how to …
 
Rob St. Mary returns to The Projection Booth to discuss Kinji Fukasaku's 1972 anti-war film, Under the Flag of the Rising Sun. The film stars Sachiko Hidari as the widow of Sgt. Katsuo Togashi who died in WWII. His death certificate is unclear about how he died and, thus, she can't claim survivor benefits. The authorities are either unable or, more…
 
The house churches in Rome found themselves in an interesting situation. The Gentiles lived one way while the Jews lived another. Their disagreements give Paul no choice but to address these issues. How should we handle disagreements within our Jesus communities? Who's theology is correct? Most importantly, Is Faith Enough? To find more "Uncensored…
 
Devon Williams is on the podcast today! We talk about his last album and new EP that are out now via Slumberland Records. Also, fatherhood, The Beatles and more! Buy my new album "Mid-Century Modern Romance" on vinyl: https://www.bornlosersrecords.com/product/dante-elephante-mid-century-modern-romance-transparent-blue-vinyl MERCH: https://www.hello…
 
This week Tim is in the middle of saying a bitter sweet goodbye to his apartment of 5 years and a bunch of character props from his time in Chicago comedy. Dan gives us the 411 on two new Hulu documentaries including "WeWork: Or The Making and Breaking of a $47 Billion Unicorn" and "The Orange Years: The Nickelodeon Story". Two very long titles and…
 
Episode 876: This week, one of our favorite authors and pastors, Francis Chan, joins us to talk about the importance of unity in the Church (man, we could use some of that!). We also debut our new content series, 'Quarterlife,' which focuses on making the most of your 20s, this week talking to mental health advocate Brittney Moses. Then, just warni…
 
On this special episode, Mike talks to director Bill Leimbach about his career including the Oscar-Nominated Raoni, as well as the documentary about David Gulpilil, Walkabout to Hollywood, and much more. Visit https://luckycountryproductions.com for more information about Mr. Leimbach Visit https://www.umbrellaent.com.au/ to buy Walkabout to Hollyw…
 
We're not gonna hit you with any negative waves about this odd, star-studded heist/war film, Kelly's Heroes. Samm Deighan and Bill Ackerman join Mike to discuss this Brian G. Hutton film from 1970 wherein Clint Eastwood leads a band of soldiers behind enemy lines in order to pilfer a cache of Nazi gold. On this episode you'll hear the rest of our i…
 
I'm willing to bet money that you have been told that Noah's Flood covered the entire globe! That's obviously true, right? If you were like me I was confused and unsure what to believe when I was told that scientific evidence implies that a Global Flood was impossible. This led me to two options, either reject the evidence or reject the bible. What…
 
John Andrews is on the podcast today! We talk his new album, touring with Cutworms/Hand Habits/Woods, and skating! He has a new album coming out on May 14th via Woodsist Records: https://johnandrewsyawns.bandcamp.com/album/cookbook Buy my new album "Mid-Century Modern Romance" on vinyl: https://www.bornlosersrecords.com/product/dante-elephante-mid-…
 
This week on the pod is Lyons vs. White as the boys discuss Godzilla vs. Kong and who would win in a fight between Tim and Dan. Tim insists he could beat Dan's ass with his new abs. Tim gives us an update on Abs by April by Alex and the boys get into a steamy convo about Tim's soap of choice. They also read some show reviews! Then we got a FUDGE ep…
 
On this special episode of The Projection Booth, Mike talks with Todd Melby -- reporter, podcaster, author -- about his book A Lot Can Happen in the Middle of Nowhere: The Untold Story of the Making of Fargo. It's a terrific book that goes into a lot of details behind the scenes of one of the Coen Brothers' most successful films. Find out more at h…
 
On a special episode done in conjunction with Chris Stachiw's Kulturecast, we discuss Adam Wingard's Godzilla Vs. Kong, the latest entry in the "Legendary" Monsterverse. We talk about the sprawling story that's stuffed to the gills with some mediocre performances set against a tale of two titans duking it out.…
 
Episode 875: The Giving Keys is a popular purpose-driven jewelry brand based in LA, and founder Caitlin Crosby joins us to talk about pursuing faith and entrepreneurship. Other than that, it’s Jesse’s birthday and things get off the rails. We talk about the news about declining church membership, and somehow that turns into … well, you just need to…
 
On this special episode, Mike talks with Daniel T. Dorrance, the production designer of Lee Daniels' The United States v. Billie Holiday (2021). Mr. Dorrance also dishes about working on the Maze Runner sequels and Michael Mann's Collateral. The United States v. Billie Holiday is now available via Hulu.…
 
On this special episode, Mike is joined by Prof. Nicholas Schlegel, author of the upcoming "German Popular Cinema and The Krimi Phenomenon: Dark Eyes of London” coming from Lexington Books, Rowman’s academic imprint - https://rowman.com and Samm Deighan, author of the upcoming "The Legacy of World War II in European Arthouse Cinema" from McFarland …
 
Heather Drain and Maurice Bursztynski join Mike to sing the praises of Buster Keaton. The trio looks at five of Keaton's films: The General, Sherlock Jr, Steamboat Bill Jr, Seven Chances, and One Week. Maurice interviewed Gus Macmillan of The Blue Grassy Knoll, who have been providing new soundtracks for Keaton's films for the last few years.…
 
We live in the freest most prosperous generation in human history and we are still enslaved. How can this be? We have prioritized individual freedom to its most extreme points, and by doing this we have obtained the wrong freedom. Culture leads us to believe that true freedom means we are to live our lives without restriction or judgement, unfortun…
 
Blessed is on the podcast today! We talk touring 100 dates out of the year, showing respect to small towns everywhere, and tour tips! Their new EP "iii" is out now via Flemish Eye. Grab it now! Buy my new album "Mid-Century Modern Romance" on vinyl: https://www.bornlosersrecords.com/product/dante-elephante-mid-century-modern-romance-transparent-blu…
 
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This week on the pod it's a Dan Whiteboy Summer and Tim's flexing his fit. The boys discuss Tim's new side hustle and newfound love of Facebook Marketplace. Dan shares a recommendation for a new Bruce Springsteen song that Tim refutes. And of course we're talking White Boy Summer and Tim's desperate attempts to copy Chet Hanks' binary style. Then i…
 
On this special report, Mike speaks with director Julien Temple (Earth Girls are Easy) about his latest documentary film, Crock of Gold: A Few Rounds with Shane MacGowan. Produced by Johnny Depp, it's a documentary about the lead singer of The Pogues and his relationship to his native Ireland. Crock of Gold: A Few Rounds with Shane MacGowan is now …
 
Episode 874: Dante Bowe joins us to talk about his new album, and why he believes music can help bring clarity to spiritually complex topics. Plus Kristen Howerton joins for the whole episode, and is subjected to Jesse and Cameron's excitement about ORU's unexpected March Madness run. Slices covers everything from Maine's Viking funerals to how muc…
 
We're discussing Carroll Ballard's Never Cry Wolf (1983). Based on the novel by Farley Mowat, it's the story of Tyler (Charles Martin Smith), a bureaucrat who is sent into the Northern wilds to study wolves and their impact on the caribou population. Matthew Socey and Chris Stachiw join Mike to talk about the film, isolation, and sassy animals.…
 
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