Nathan Alberson

Nathan Alberson is co-founder and creative director of Warhorn Media. He produces and appears on 15090059809 podcasts, but you probably know him best as the voice of Seven Arms the Octopus.

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Song of the Sea (2014)

Sanity at the Movies talks Song of the Sea. Support us here! Listen to the episode at a separate link here! Subscribe to the podcast here! read more

Fathers and Sons

The Bookening reads Fathers and Sons by Ivan Turgenev. SUPPORT US HERE! Subscribe to the podcast here! Listen to the episode at a separate link here! read more

Woo, woo, all the way home

Sound of Sanity talks about lots of stuff. John Calvin included. Support us here! Subscribe here! Download the episode at a separate link here! read more

Occult America

Fun fact about the occult … in America it has often been linked to progressivism. And it’s directly responsible for the self help movement. And it’s very, very egalitarian. Support us here! Subscribe here! Download the episode at a separate link... read more

Return to Me (2000)

Sanity at the Movies discusses Return to Me and the rise and fall of the 90s rom-com. Support us here! Listen to the episode at a separate link here! Subscribe to the podcast here! read more

Daddy Tried

On the latest Sanity Shelves, Jake is reading Pastor Tim Bayly’s book on fatherhood with his son. We talk about being a dad, opening up your failures to your kids, and why you should read this book too. Support us here! Subscribe here! Download the episode at a... read more

JK Rowling has a spine

Sound of Sanity talks about JK Rowling’s stand against trans propaganda.

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An occasion for suasion (or: Should We Censor Ungodly Art???)

If you ran the world, would you ban ungodly art? What and how much? Our heroes argue that in a truly godly society, it wouldn’t often get that far. Why not? Listen to find out! Support us here! Subscribe here! Download the episode at a separate link... read more

The Batman (2022)

Sanity at the Movies reviews The Batman (2022)

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Bridge to Terabithia/The Little Prince

We talk Bridge to Terabithia and The Little Prince. We pull no punches. One is worse than the other. But they are both … something. SUPPORT US HERE! Subscribe to the podcast here! Listen to the episode at a separate link here! read more

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