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Star Trek: The Cage – Kate’s Take Podcast

Adam Eastwood is back! Adam had such a great time talking about X-men with Kate that he proposed coming back to talk about specific TV episodes in the Star Trek universe. Today Kate and Adam dig deep into the power of illusion in the Star Trek Original Series episodes, The Cage and The Menagerie. They […]

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Dirty Dancing – Kate’s Take Podcast

This week Kate is joined by Jennifer Berk to talk about the messages and childhood confusion in the 1987 film Dirty Dancing. They talk about the music and the dancing, explore motifs of upstairs/downstairs, father-daughter relationships, fear, and wonder just what is “an appointment” is and what being “in trouble” means. Trigger warning we do […]

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12 Angry Men – Kate’s Take Podcast

Reunited once again Wil Derringer guests to talk about one of his top 5 must-watch movies, 1957’s 12 Angry Men. Kate & Wil talk about the importance and benefits of conversation, reasonable doubt and prejudice. About Filmmaker Kate Chaplin takes a film that has influenced her life for good, bad or ugly and dissects it […]

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Heathers – Kate’s Take Podcast

To talk about the 1989 movie Heathers, Kate is joined by a certified Heather – Heather Woodcock. Kate and Heather dig into the social hierarchy in and out of school, teenage years, journaling, female friendships, Veronica the hero, what they didn’t like about the movie and film theories on what would happen after the credits […]

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Josie and the Pussycats – Kate’s Take Podcast

Kate is joined by Joshua Leach to talk about the seriously under-rated Josie and the Pussycats movie from 2001. They talk about the music, the in-jokes, lead singers taking over a band, product placement, subliminal advertising and the moral of the story. ABOUT Filmmaker Kate Chaplin takes a film that has influenced her life for […]

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Casablanca – Kate’s Take Podcast

Kate talks about one of her favorite movies, Casablanca. In this episode, Kate covers how this classic didn’t have the greatest of beginnings and wasn’t destined to be a classic but how it became one. Themes of love, betrayal, corruption, neutrality, and cynicism on the backdrop of World War II. Sources: Bergman Interview on the […]

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X-Men (Part 2) Kate’s Take Podcast

Adam Eastwood is back to talk about the metaphors in the X-men movies. In this part 2 of 2 Kate and Adam dig into metaphors of gay rights, #BlackLivesMatter and fan suggested metaphors. Sources: Comics Code: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Comics_Code_Authority LGBT themes in X-men: https://moviepilot.com/posts/3988951 Gay Teachers: https://www.theatlantic.com/education/archive/2014/12/the-plight-of-being-a-lgbt-teacher/383619/ Where you can be fired for being gay: https://www.fastcompany.com/3057357/the-future-of-work/heres-everywhere-in-america-you-can-still-get-fired-for-being-lgbt Bryan […]

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X-Men (Part 1) Kate’s Take Podcast

This week Kate is joined by Adam Eastwood to talk about the metaphors in the X-men movies. In this part 1 of 2, Kate and Adam dig into metaphors of Martin Luther King Jr, Malcolm X, the Holocaust, Japanese Internment Camps, power struggles and the social pressures to conform. Let us know of your favorite […]

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Groundhog Day – Kate’s Take Podcast

Kate celebrates Groundhog Day with Groundhog Day! In this episode, Kate talks about the trivia behind the scenes as well as answering the question: How long was Phil stuck in his time loop? She goes deep on metaphors of tediousness, the myth of Sisyphus, psychoanalysis, trial and error, the need to deal with yourself, and […]