Before ‘The Shape’ ever stepped foot back in Haddonfield, Illinois and Jill Johnson was warned that the terrifying phone calls were coming from inside the house, there was ‘Billy,’ the perverted killer in the sorority house attic who wreaked terror…

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Ryan and David travel back to a galaxy far, far away to geek out about Star Wars’ first good prequel- Rogue One: A Star Wars Story. Take a listen and we promise we won’t send K-2SO after you. Please note: This…

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On this episode of the Reel World Theology Podcast: Disney’s first attempt to make a standalone Star Wars film was met with mixed– though mostly positive– response. While definitely taking a different tone than most of the films that have…

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“The very nature of love is something that requires sacrifice of self; an emptying of ego, pride and want so that the other person becomes the recipient of all that we have to offer…”

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Not sure what to expect from the first spin-off in the Star Wars franchise? The Force is with us in this quick spoiler-free review. What’s it about? Remember the classic first shot of Star Wars: Episode 4? Have you ever been…

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From the moment Star Wars: The Force Awakens ended, I knew and was predicting the return of Star Wars to the big screen was not the true test of the new era of the franchise under Disney ownership. From the…

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On this episode of Reel World Rewind: Blaine is joined by Shannon Grimes to talk about Disney’s Tangled (2010). They discuss Shannon’s love of the film, why it’s one of Disney’s best princess films, and much more. Be sure to share your thoughts…

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David Lichty is back with the second of seven film and theology classes. This time: what then shall we watch? David looks at how to know what is good, wise, and helpful to watch for the Christian. Spoiler alert: it’s…

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Roger Ebert lamented in his 2005 review of Ang Lee’s Brokeback Mountain, “‘Brokeback Mountain’ has been described as ‘a gay cowboy movie,’ which is a cruel simplification.” Ebert was pushing back at the prevailing opinion Lee’s movie was nothing more than…

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Orson Welles’ mythic masterpiece about an American tycoon’s rise and fall feels remarkably relevant for America in 2016. Despite only winning one Oscar out of its nine nominations and being panned at the box office, Citizen Kane is arguably the…

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