Wednesday, March 24, 2021

Movie Review: Promising Young Woman

This week on End Credits, things are going to get especially disturbing. Our review this week is an Oscar-nominee, and a timely one at that. We’re going to talk about Promising Young Woman, and there’s so much to talk about with this movie. For a bit of fun though, we’re going to kick off the first part of the show on a theme with a list of revenge movies.

Tuesday, March 23, 2021

There is no break in March

Steph and Candice chat Fox Mulder, critical thinking skills and 20th and 21st century popular music.


1973: Rock at the Crossroads by Andrew Grant Jackson


k-os cover of The Cars Just What I Needed (opens a Youtube video)

Strong Songs Podcast on Babylon Sisters by Steely Dan

Switched on Pop podcast How Streaming Changed the Sound of Pop


3:00 There was an anti-mask protest near the bookstore; empathy and critical thinking

7:56 Fox Mulder is not the hero you think he is

10:30 It's okay to not be okay, but how do we move forward

16:00 The importance of routine

22:00 Reading as a habit that shakes up your habit

26:50 Podcasts vs radio

30:00 Gen X talking about music these days

50:00 The terror of algorithms


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Wednesday, March 3, 2021

Movie Review: To All The Boys: Always and Forever

This week on End Credits, it may be March, but we’re still in the mood for love. Our movie this week will take us back to high school and the difficult balancing act of school, romance, and the future. We’re reviewing To All the Boys: Always and Forever, and we’re also going to talk about another love affair, Hollywood’s love of affirmation through the awarding of gold statues.