You Are Good

You Are Good

You Are Good is a feelings podcast about movies hosted by Sarah Marshall and Alex Steed.

Recent Episodes

Broadcast News w. Paul Sabourin

Sept. 27, 2023

It's awful believing we know better, always thinking we're the smartest people in the room! We talk ambition, vapidity and Broadcast News with the great Paul Sabourin!

An American Tail w. Dana Schwartz

Sept. 20, 2023

Never say never! In which we discuss Feivel, family, antisemitism and An American Tail with the fabulous Dana Schwartz.

Death Becomes Her w. BJ Colangelo

Sept. 13, 2023

"Wrinkled, wrinkled little star... hope they never see the scars." We talk Meryl, Goldie, special effects extravaganzas and Death Becomes Her with our great friend BJ Colangelo.

Romeo + Juliet (1996) w. Melanie Zanetti

Sept. 6, 2023

These violent delights have violent ends, friends, so join us and the delightful Melanie Zanetti in conversation about young love, the 1990s and Romeo + Juliet.

The Little Mermaid (1989) w. Eve Lindley

Aug. 30, 2023

We know something's starting right now. Watch and you'll see; someday we'll be part of your world! In which we continue our conversations about mermaids and what they represent, along with dad feels and the importance of rea…

Splash (1984) w. J.V. Hampton-VanSant

Aug. 23, 2023

"The Statue is a gift from French citizens and has come to symbolize hope for naked women everywhere.” We talk Spash and ask what mermaids represent with the fabulous J.V. Hampton-VanSant.

Recent Blog Posts

You Are Good October horror watch list

If you are a normo like I am, you'll be watching at least one horror movie every day for the month of October (I already watch about 8 - 10 a month as it is, but that's for another conversation.) Did you know we've covered horror in the past? Maybe …

For whom would your favorite horror film vote?

So this is not dad related, but Sarah and I (Alex) made this infographic 6 years ago and I had almost wholly forgotten about it.  Here is what I wrote about it at the time:  To celebrate the intersection of Halloween and Election Seaso…