The Art Life is an engrossing and richly textured mediation on the correlation between one’s life and one’s art, with much to offer both fans and strangers of the director’s work. This review is part of an ongoing series covering…

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2017 looks to be an incredibly promising year. The RWT Staff has narrowed down what they are looking forward to in 2017 with a list of what we are anticipating the most in 2017. Check it out and let us…

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For me, the 2016 year of film started with promise, crashed hard, and then was predictably salvaged. Sure, there were a few gems┬ávery lightly sprinkled throughout the year, but, as our staff has pointed out, it was largely “a Summer…

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For a little while, 2016 was a paltry ration compared to the veritable feast of 2015. We went into 2016 with incredibly high expectations as 2015 went down as one of the best years for movies in over a decade.…

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I have an adversarial relationship with lists. At the same time, however, I’m very excited and happy to be taking a look back at 2016 with my fellow Reel World Theology colleagues. I have no doubt this list will grow…

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I love horror movies. More specifically, I love horror movies dealing with the paranormal. And to break that down even further, I love horror movies dealing with the demoniac. However, even though I grew up reading Goosebumps books and watching…

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It seems that anything Joss Whedon touches these days turns to gold (or something even more valuable). This makes it no surprise that, with the success of The Avengers, Marvel has tapped him to be the overseer of their universe…

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