Nick is joined by film critics Erik Childress and Steve Prokopy for a lively chat about the 10th annual Chicago Critics Film Festival at The Music Box Theatre. They discuss the exciting lineup of new movie screenings and a special 35mm presentation of “The Right Stuff” on the big screen. They also give their take on some fresh releases, including the delightful adaptation of Judy Blume’s classic novel, “Are You There God? It’s Me Margaret.” Later, Esmeralda Leon and Nick share amusing stories about Porter, the deaf dog Esma hangs out with, and her adventure in learning dog sign language to communicate with him. To top it all off, they vent their frustrations with Google Maps and take a nostalgic trip reminiscing about Indiana Beach, Disney World, and the unforgettable Frank ‘N’ Stein’s, where hot dogs and beers are served by the iconic Frankenstein monster. [EP136]