Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind


We are excited to present our first Mythgard Movie Club discussion on December 4, 2017, at 8:30pm ET, around Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind.

We will stream live on the Signum University Twitch Channel and will also have a GoToWebinar "Netmoot" link available for those who wish to join that way.

Our panelists will include:

Kat Sas recently submitted her final M.A. Thesis for Signum University where she is completing her degree concentrating in Imaginative Literature. Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind is one of her favorite films ever, and she browbeat fellow-facilitator Curtis into submission in order to have it as the Movie Club's first film.

Curtis Weyant is a Signum Grad School alumnus who sometimes wishes he could erase the memory of his thesis experience, much like the characters of Eternal Sunshine erase the most traumatic events from their minds. Along with Kat Sas, he co-hosts the weekly podcast Kat & Curt’s TV Re-View, in which they discuss episodes of various speculative television shows including Buffy the Vampire Slayer, Angel, Doctor Who and Battlestar Galactica.

Brenton Dickieson is working on a PhD on the theology of C.S. Lewis’ fictional worlds and writes the blog, He lives in the almost fictional land of Prince Edward Island, where he teaches and consults in higher education.

Kelly Orazi is a longtime bookseller, reader, and Signum Grad Schoolstudent. She spends her days reading Harry Potter, pretending she has the Force, and hanging out with her dog, Lupin. She is descended from a real-life wandmaker, but has yet to embark on the journey of making her own lightsaber.

Emily Strand is a professor of Comparative Religions at Mt. Carmel College of Nursing in Columbus, OH, where she also serves the Catholic diocese as a a Master Catechist. Besides her books on liturgy, she has published articles on the Harry Potter series, including a contribution to Harry Potter for Nerds 2, is a staff writer at, and has appeared on the Mugglenet Academia podcast. Strand blames Amy H. Sturgis’ Star Wars course for her full-on obsession with all things Jedi.​

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If you have any questions or topics you'd like the panel to discuss, please add them below!


Kat Sas

The recording is up! Thanks to all who participated live, but I'd love to continue the discussion here on the forums.