Review| Crawl (2019)
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…
#167 – Ready Player One and Capitalizing on Intertextuality
On this episode of the Reel World Theology Podcast: We grab the reigns of nostalgia and dare not let go! Steven Spielberg adapts Ernest Cline’s love letter to 80’s pop-culture in a big budget, popcorn-shoveling spectacle. How does it translate…
Awake, Thou That Sleepest
I’ve always wondered about the south window of Redeemer Presbyterian Church in Indianapolis. It’s a beautiful opening that towers over the sanctuary and frames a lovely visage of…absolutely nothing.