It’s a Halloween special on the 38th episode of BEHOLD! We highlight Southeast Asian horror by interviewing Singaporean writer and creator of the Asian Nightmares podcast, Christopher Fok. Plus we discuss the best of the region’s horror cinema
On the 37th episode of BEHOLD!, we spotlight film noir by discussing classics like Touch of Evil (1958), Sunset Boulevard (1950), The Third Man (1949) and The Maltese Falcon (1941).
Intro - 00:00
Touch of Evil - 04:31
Sunset Boulevard - 20:50
Dune, Shang-Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings, My Hero Academia season 5, Star Wars: Visions and Midnight Mass our main topics on Genre Equality #46!
Plus we review Y: The Last Man, Doom Patrol season 3, Malignant, Candyman, Adventure Time: D
On the 36th episode of BEHOLD!, we deep dive into the complex themes and groundbreaking impact of Frank Herbert’s six Dune novels. Plus, we discuss Brian Herbert and Kevin J. Anderson continuations, David Lynch’s flawed film, Jodorowsky’s ambit
Genre Equality has praised The Expanse, Fleabag, Undone and The Boys at length in previous episodes. So on the 35th episode of BEHOLD!, we thought we’d show some love to other fantastic original shows on Amazon Prime’s roster like The Marvelous
The Suicide Squad, Rick and Morty, The Green Knight, Tuca & Bertie and Legends of Tomorrow are our main topics on Genre Equality #45.
Plus, Hidzir reviews Free Guy, Jungle Cruise, Reminiscence and Old. Meanwhile, Isa highlights the best of the
On the 34th episode of BEHOLD!, we discuss the malleability of Westerns. We contrast the classic macho revisionism of Tombstone with the harsh realism of Unforgiven, the exploration of racist hatred in The Searchers, and the mesmeric dissection
FX has long been home to genius-level dramedies. And thanks to Disney+, we can now stream these half-hour masterpieces easily. On the 33rd episode of BEHOLD!, we highlight the best of the best like Atlanta, Better Things, Baskets and Dave.
Black Widow, Loki, Masters of the Universe: Revelation and Andy Weir’s new novel Project Hail Mary are our main topics on Genre Equality #44!
Plus we review Fear Street, Kingdom: Ashin of the North, Schmigadoon!, Resident Evil: Infinite Darknes
On the 31st episode of BEHOLD!, we spotlight the best films of 2021 so far. We discuss The Father, Minari, Another Round and Judas and the Black Messiah. Plus, we rank our top 10 TV shows of the midyear.
A Quiet Place Part II, Sweet Tooth, Luca, Star Wars: The Bad Batch, Steins;Gate and Filipino anime Trese are our main topics on Genre Equality 43!
Plus we discuss The Conjuring: The Devil Made Me Do It, Record of Ragnarok, Wish Dragon, Asiapac
It’s a Refugee Week special on the 30th episode of Genre Equality’s BEHOLD! podcast. We discuss some of the powerful films and series to humanise the refugee experience including Iran’s Persepolis, Syria’s For Sama, America’s Immigration Nation
It’s a Pride month special on the 29th episode of Genre Equality’s BEHOLD! podcast. We discuss our favourite LGBTQ+ films including American game-changers Moonlight and Brokeback Mountain, alongside Chile’s A Fantastic Woman and France’s Blue I
The Mitchells vs. The Machines, Castlevania season 4, Adventure Time: Distant Lands, Love, Death & Robots volume 2, The Underground Railroad and Berserk creator Kentaro Miura are our main topics on Genre Equality 42!
Plus, Hidzir reviews Army o
On the 28th episode of BEHOLD!, we talk about non-American gangster films. From the triad epic of Hong Kong’s Infernal Affairs trilogy and the martial arts mastery of Indonesia’s The Raid duology, to the Russian mafia in England’s Eastern Promi
On the 27th episode of BEHOLD!, we dive into Latin American cinema. From the favelas of Brazil in City of God, to the amoral anthology of Argentina’s Wild Tales, to an intimate portrait of a Mexican maid in Roma - we highlight our favourite 21s
The Falcon and the Winter Soldier, Mortal Kombat, Invincible, Shadow and Bone, For All Mankind season 2 and Infinity Train season 4 are our main topics this month.
Plus, we discuss Yasuke, The Way of the Househusband, Thunder Force, Them, Made
On the 26th episode of BEHOLD!, we discuss the new wave of vérité slice-of-life films. From Chloe Zhao’s docu-fiction portraits of America’s margins in Nomandland and The Rider, to the tender child’s eye view of poverty in Hirokazu Kore-eda’s S
On the 25th BEHOLD! podcast, we discuss our favourite modern teen shows. From HBO’s dazzlingly provocative Euphoria and BBC Three’s Welsh dramedy In My Skin, to Netflix’s sweetly poignant Never Have I Ever and emotionally insightful Sex Educati
Marquee blockbusters like Zack Snyder’s Justice League, Godzilla vs. Kong, Raya and the Last Dragon are our main topics this month!
Plus we discuss Solar Opposites season 2, Come True, La Llorona, Chaos Walking, Boss Level, The Irregulars, DOTA
On the 24th BEHOLD! podcast, we discuss the films that examine the perils of blurring fiction and reality for art. From the recursive meta writing of Adaptation and the emotional exploitation of the acting process in Madeline’s Madeline, to the
On the 23rd BEHOLD! podcast, we discuss the evolution of documentary comedies since Sacha Baron Cohen first popularized the genre. From the outlandish business ideas of Nathan For You, to the delightfully mundane advice of How To With John Wils
Marvel Studios’ reality-bending homage to vintage sitcoms in WandaVision, A24’s artful horror of religious madness in Saint Maud, and the anthropomorphized medical biology of Cells at Work are our main topics this month!
Plus we review Discworl
It’s a Lunar New Year special on the 22nd episode of BEHOLD! From Wong Kar Wai’s ravishingly moody In the Mood For Love, to Lulu Wang’s resonant tragicomedy The Farewell to Ang Lee’s groundbreaking wuxia Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon - we disc
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