For 13 years, my father was a corrections officer in a high security prison in Texas. Among his wards was the infamous Eyeball Killer, a man who murdered prostitutes and surgically removed their eyes. During routine searches of the man’s…

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Kenneth Branagh started his prolific career as a stage actor, and while he has since gone on to make a name for himself as a filmmaker, his cinematic endeavors make it abundantly obvious that Branagh has lost no love for…

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On this episode of Reel World: Rewind . . . Blaine and Shannon are joined by Aaron White of Feelin’ Film to discuss Ridley Scott’s Blade Runner. They talk about how the film addresses issues of humanity, memory, and perception. Be sure…

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I was raised on a healthy diet of classic film and television growing up, everything from It Happened One Night to My Three Sons and so on. Once I set my sights on horror as a genre, it would not be long until…

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I am so pleased this week to be collaborating, once again, with my good friend, Joseph Nooft, who is a contributor for Mockingbird. We wanted to bring to you some more suggestions for double features—a non-horror film paired with a horror…

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On this episode of Reel World: Rewind, Blaine is joined by Shannon Grimes to talk about Disney’s 1991 animated classic, Beauty and the Beast. They start their discussion by recounting their personal histories with this “tale as old as time,” and from…

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Richard Matheson is a name few people probably know—outside of horror and science fiction fanatics—but he has written stories that have received many film and television adaptations throughout the years, not to mention writing the screenplays for many of them.…

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On this episode of Reel World Rewind: Blaine is joined by Josh Crabb as they continue to look at Peter Jackson’s Lord of the Rings trilogy. This month’s episode is all about The Two Towers, friendship, community, and (of course) the Battle of…

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500 years ago, Shakespeare wrote plays for the population of England and today we are still finding new ways to present them. This is marvellous. The fixed form of these old stories are playgrounds for the imagination of generations of…

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On this episode of the Reel World Theology Podcast: We have been eagerly awaiting the Fall movie season so we can begin sitting back and enjoying what has become the best season for film each year. The Martian plants that…

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