The Star Wars Showdown
If you are a Star Wars fan, then this episode is for you! Janie, Ben, Sam, and Jacob settle the debate over the best piece of Star Wars media ever made, March Madness bracket style. Which one do you think the winner will be?
“The Last of Us” episode has arrived!
Longtime “The Last of Us” fans Ben and Sam along with recent fan Janie discuss what the hit TV series did right, what it did wrong, and how it may have broken the curse of film and TV adaptations of video games.
WARNING: SPOILERS FOR “THE LAST OF US” GAME AND TV SHOW, AND “THE LAST OF US PART 2” GAME
Movies, Movies, Movies
This week, Janie and Sam sit down and talk about their favorite movie releases of the year, and what is still to come in the future. From the Horror movie "Meghan" to the "Mario Kart movie", they got it covered!
Hello, and welcome to the brand-new podcast series with the Arts and Entertainment department! This week it is all about the Oscars. Listen in as Janie, Sam, and Ben discuss the nominees and their guesses on who will go home with a win.
Movies that Matter — ‘Steve Jobs’ and ‘Inside’
Have you ever watched a movie or series that ended up being much more meaningful and moving than you were expecting? In this episode, hosts Hunter Sweet and Ben Hiett talk about some of the movies that impacted them more than they were expecting. Be on the lookout for Part 2 of this episode coming soon.
‘The Cedarville Review’ Gives a Voice to Student Creativity – Cedarville Creatives
In the first episode of the “Cedarville Creatives” series, hosts Sam Acosta and Ben Hiett get a look into the inner-workings of the student-run creative arts journal, “The Cedarville Review.” Join them in their conversation with editor-in-chief Rachel Rathbun and editor Grace Koehler as they talk about promoting creative expression within a Christian context.
Arts and Entertainment Podcast: Is ‘Dear Evan Hansen’ a misunderstood masterpiece?
Are the critics right in calling “Dear Evan Hansen” “a total misfire” and “one of the worst movie musicals ever made”? Or is there something beautiful and even remarkable to be appreciated even in light of the movie’s imperfections? In this episode, hosts Sam Acosta and Ben Hiett give their honest and original thoughts on one of the most polarizing movies in recent memory.
Arts & Entertainment Podcast: ‘Anne of Green Gables’
How do you translate a timeless novel to the stage? How do you prepare for a show in the midst of a COVID spike? Hear the answers to these and other questions from director Stacey Stratton and lead actress Hannah Bradley in this candid conversation about Cedarville’s Fall production of “Anne of Green Gables,” opening September 30.