On this episode of the Reel World Theology Podcast:   A very special episode of the podcast. No movie review, but an awesome conversation from the Baylor Faith and Film Symposium featuring JR. Forasteros, Clay Morgan, Bryne Lewis, and Mikey…

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On this episode of the Reel World Theology Podcast: Happy Halloween! It’s a holiday and we love doing special BONUS episodes, so, here we are reviewing one of our absolute favorite Horror (Comedy?) films, Cabin in the Woods. Not only…

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They start with an old, ugly, dilapidated home (the worse the house is at the beginning, the better I like it) – something which truly terrifies the buyers – and a vision.

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The premiere of Gotham just finished, and already people are extolling its brilliance; it’s becoming clear that DC’s TV universe is a big deal.  Arrow is an undeniable hit, Gotham seems well on its way to achieving just as much as its…

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S1:E06 “Dalek” by Robert Shearman and Terry Nation   Oh, this episode. This episode. It forces us to grapple with our concept of evil; it brings us to find it in uncomfortable places; and it begins our journey in a…

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On this episode of the Reel World Theology Podcast:

game-of-thrones

We try to tackle the enormity of Song of Ice and Fire, or, Game of Thrones to those of you who haven’t had a chance to read the books. IMDB puts it simply by saying that this is about “Seven noble families fighting for control of the mythical land of Westeros.” As fans, we have known it to be so much more. Love, betrayal, violence, power, lust, hatred, revenge… and dragons; it seems to have everything you could want in a story— including an ever-growing and impressive cast. The TV show is heading into it’s 4th season in just a few weeks and it is more popular than ever. We are here to take a look back at the previous 3 seasons and ask some fundamental questions about the show (and the books) popularity, its criticisms from the more conservative side of the isle, and, finally, it’s exploration of the human condition.

We do give everyone the disclaimer that even though we have all read further in the books than the 3rd season leaves us, we DO NOT spoil anything coming down the pipes. So, viewers, listen away!

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Episodes 4 and 5 of Doctor Who, “Aliens of London” and “World War Three,” comprise one story that explores the human instinct to self-preserve, and its alternative: self-sacrifice. The plot is constructed around an evil plan to reduce planet Earth…

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On this episode of the Reel World Theology Podcast: It’s our first annual Christmas Episode! Yes, we show our British bias by following in the footsteps of the BBC and have a special, extra, episode just for Christmas. Hopefully this will be…

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As the Christmas season draws to a close and everyone makes their last minute purchases, one of the most popular gifts likely to be under many trees is a TV series box set of two recently ended series. This past…

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“What the Shakespeare is going on?” This clever line is given to the actor playing Charles Dickens in this, the third episode of the Doctor Who reboot, written by Mark Gatiss (most recently of Sherlock Holmes fame). The TARDIS (as…

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