Everything about the description and trailer of this film screams “This is like Alien, but, like, in the less vast reaches of the ocean floor!!” Even the title on the trailer calls back to the titling on Alien. Kristen Stewart’s…

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On this episode of the Reel World Theology Podcast: There has been a lot of conversation (and worry) about the effect that the new Joker film could have on our culture. While this may be another case of over-reaction to…

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How does one go about remaking Dario Argento’s blood-splattered hallucination Suspiria? One doesn’t. Were one to try they would wreck upon the shoals of its bewildering non-plot and nightmarish visual logic. The most a writer or director can do is…

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On this episode of Reel World: Rewind… Reel World staff members Josh Crabb and Blake Collier are discussing Danny Boyle’s 2007 thought-provoking Sci-Fi movie, Sunshine. A portentous movie about a not-so-implausible future where the sun is dying, Boyle’s movie ponders transcendence,…

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On this episode of Reel World: Rewind… Closing out the summer on a high note, Reel World staffer Josh Crabb invites on his old podcast pal, Blaine Grimes, to discuss a movie that holds incredible significance for Blaine, Steven Spielberg’s…

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There is this detail that runs through André Øvredal’s adaptation of the classic 80s young adult horror anthology series, Scary Stories to Tell in the Dark; which anchors it to the year in which the film is set, 1968. The…

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The horror genre, since its inception, has busied itself with social commentary from macro to micro. Standouts have been made across that spectrum. It is one of the many flexible components of genre-filmmaking: the ideas driving the films can be…

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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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This piece was originally published on October 26, 2018 at Grindhouse Theology. With their permission, it is being republished here. The concept of innocence is unusual coming from a Judeo-Christian viewpoint. Many branches of Protestant thought incorporate some formulation of sin…

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