Point North One-Shots are individual live sessions on some of the most important, most enchanting and most influential books, TV shows and movies in history — many of which have been suggested by the generous patrons of Point North Media! You can find the Point North broadcast schedule here, or follow Point North on Crowdcast to be notified of the live sessions!
In this long-awaited One Shot discussion, we’ll most likely kill you in the morning with the 1987 movie adaptation of The Princess Bride!
In this long-awaited One Shot discussion, we dive into the inconceivable brilliance of William Goldman’s 1973 novel, The Princess Bride!
In this session, we explore childhood, the magic of the natural world, and authenticity in Studio Ghibli’s 1988 movie My Neighbor Totoro!
In this session, we explore Victorian ideas about Christmas and the supernatural in Charles Dickens’ immortal A Christmas Carol!
In this session, we dust off our revolvers and archaeology tools, and race through pulp adventure in The Mummy!
In this session, by Grabthar’s hammer, we discuss the 1999 sci-fi parody — or do we mean pastiche? — Galaxy Quest!
In this session, we discuss Ernest Cline’s 2011 geek-culture handbook, Ready Player One!
In this session, we discuss the power of stories, the differences between fantasy and magical realism, Artax and Falcor, and hope and hopelessness.
In this session, we discuss westerns which aren’t really westerns, the march of civilization, exceptional editing and the weight of small town life.
In this session, we discuss noir and noir heroes, the frontier of Casablanca, and the importance of craft.
In this session, we discuss fairy tales and goblins, the importance of the right words, and the many, many things that Labyrinth has to say about sex and sexuality.
In this one-shot discussion, we visit the golden age of Paris in Woody Allen’s magical-realist story of art and nostalgia.
In this special — and long-awaited — one-shot, I discuss the 2010 cult classic Scott Pilgrim Vs The World.
For my very first Point North One-Shot discussion, I turned my attention to the 1988 fantasy movie Willow.