The 1920s holds a special place within cinema history as German Expressionism makes its way onto American shores. Known for its angular, almost surreal, settings and its narrative gloom, German Expressionism gave silent cinema some of the most fantastical and…

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On this episode of the Reel World Theology Podcast: Here it is folks. DC swinging for the fences with their super team-up film and we’re here to see just how well they did. Unsurprisingly, there is a lot of divide…

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I was raised on a healthy diet of classic film and television growing up, everything from It Happened One Night to My Three Sons and so on. Once I set my sights on horror as a genre, it would not be long until…

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The rare five-week Friday in a month brings us five whole weeks of streaming recommendations. Our contributors are still up to the task with a trio of great recommendations to keep your weekend busy. Don’t say we never got your…

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Prince Rogers Nelson, the artist we always knew as Prince, even when he didn’t want to be known by that name, sadly passed away this past Thursday at the age of 57. While the circumstances of his death remain somewhat…

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Author’s Note: Here are a couple of things to be aware of before you dive in. First, this is a spoiler-free review; as such, I will leave the bulk of my analysis of the film’s theological themes, motifs, etc. for…

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The Dark Knight Rises is a must-see film. Easily the best film of the year. It’s not perfect, but it’s audacious. Nolan takes some tremendous risks, and they pay off. The scope of the story is enormous, the acting is…

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When there are two superheroes doing battle in a new movie, that means there are no other movies coming out this weekend. While they are physically happening and will be illuminating a dark theater, all other movies will bow to…

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A year after Batman Begins, Gotham is a better place. Batman, Gordon and the new DA, Harvey Dent, have organized crime on the run. Batman’s mission to save Gotham by inspiring hope seems to be working. Bruce begins to hope…

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Take a moment to think about how long Batman has entertained us. When he first appeared on the scene, our grandparents were kids picking up his comic books at their local shop for a dime. Today, 76 years later we’re…

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