Ringer editor-in-chief Sean Fennessey sits down with documentarian Errol Morris to discuss his new Netflix miniseries, Wormwood, a story of mind control, LSD, the CIA in the 1950s, and murder. They also discuss Morris’s classic works like The Thin Blue Line, as well as the day he spent with Donald Trump to discuss the president’s favorite film, Citizen Kane.
‘The Big Picture’ — Errol Morris’s Catnip for Conspiracy Theorists
The documentarian discusses his new miniseries, ‘Wormwood,’ some of his classic works, and talking about ‘Citizen Kane’ with Donald Trump
Watkins talks about his journey from the streets to the writer’s room, understanding Baltimore through television, and the real-life corruption of the city’s Gun Trace Task Force
CC and Ryan also take stock of the NBA playoffs
Justin, Rob, and Wos start by recapping the Warriors’ blowout victory over the Mavs, and what Dallas can change moving forward
Season 3 has found the show’s core cast enjoying more success than ever. As the installment’s unorthodox storytelling exemplifies, fame makes the Black experience that much more confounding.
Johnny and Syrus discuss topics ranging from Kendal’s inexplicable sabotage decision to his tough elimination challenge against MJ