Whodunits require a lot from both creator and viewer.  This is because they’re actually carved from two stories, woven together as a “double narrative”— one is the secret, behind-the-scenes, cloak-and-dagger story of what really happened to cause the death of…

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Most episodes of 13 Minutes to the Moon begin with the tell-tale staticky buzz-whine of Apollo’s radio background noise and the iconic high-pitched beep of a Quindar tone.  Like the Apollo 11 mission itself, the podcast is deliberate, well-planned, and…

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Bruised and battered. Lost. Alone. Left behind by friend and foe alike. No resources, no backup, no help on the way. A villain is about to end the world, but the hero is miles away—and in no condition to fight…

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Stephen King admits that Pet Sematary may be the most frightening work he’s ever written. Maybe that’s why it’s so complex theologically; both the 1989 film and the 1983 book upon which it is based have lots to say about…

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This article was originally published by our friends over at Grindhouse Theology, and is republished here by permission on the occasion of the home video release of Us. Enjoy! God brought them together. The Messiah taught them the glory of…

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