Reel Redemption is a visual essay by film critic and academic Tyler Smith about the conflicts between Hollywood and Christianity. He has a solid grasp on how we got to where we are, and in just under an hour, with…

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The old joke around the search for alien life goes, “‘is there intelligent life out there?’ I don’t even know if there’s intelligent life down here on Earth!” Nyuck nyuck, rimshot, slide whistle, tip your waitresses, try the veal. It…

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Conspiracies are a thriving industry in the entertainment world, not to mention the seedy underbellies of the Internet. As meaning-making creatures, it is sometimes easy for us to over-reach to connect dots, trying to connect “7” to “13” on a…

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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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There is a whole generation of people (myself included) that were raised on CCM (Contemporary Christian Music) artists, most of which was a mere husk in form of popular music that was created at the same time. For every Michael…

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The internet and its wave of social media platforms have provided a new breeding ground for documentaries. When information about everything is available with a click at any time, questions of interpersonal communication, ethics, privacy, among other concerns present themselves…

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There is something strangely poetic about watching a horror documentary while laying in a chair having plasma separated from one’s own blood. It makes it doubly poetic watching a documentary about the history of African Americans in horror film. Blood,…

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On this episode of the Reel World Theology Podcast: We look at one of the most talked about documentaries of the year, Won’t You Be My Neighbor? This look at Fred Rogers life tries to show the man who had…

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Won’t You Be My Neighbor is a story about a singular, unique man.  He was vilified by some as coddling or a trifle; he was held up by others to be, as his son put it, the “second Christ”; but…

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A month ago we featured Hunter Van Wagenen’s interview with the stars and a director of this film. Today, we’re happy to publish his review of I’ll Push You. Imagine hiking the Camino de Santiago, a 500-mile pilgrimage across Spain. Imagine…

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