On this week’s Reel Spirituality Podcast, we continue our Story and Study segments by discussing the Blaxploitation film Cornbread, Earl and Me (watch the film on YouTube if you haven’t seen it before) and the movie that introduced Greek food to the Marvel Cinematic Universe, The Avengers, respectively. Also, in our Sizzle segment, Kutter Callaway joins Elijah Davidson to talk about whether or not we need war films now in the wake of Mel Gibson’s latest, Hacksaw Ridge.
You can watch Bill Boggs’ interview with Richard Pryor, which we mention in this episode here:
Here is the trailer for Cornbread, Earl and Me:
And here is the teaser for The Avengers that originally screened as a post-credits tag on Captain America: The First Avenger:
The music on this episode includes a clip from Sam Cooke’s iconic “A Change is Gonna Come,” a clip from Edwin Starr’s iconic “War,” and a clip from the music in the trailer for Hacksaw Ridge.
The theme music for our podcast is provided by Matt Lumpkin, whose music can be found here. If you are interested in subscribing to the Reel Spirituality podcast, follow this link to Apple or follow this link to Stitcher.