With this piece, we have come to the end of the Decade Series of “Oh! The Horror….” This has been a fruitful endeavor in trying to place horror within a wider context and I, myself, have learned quite a bit…

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Now that we’ve emerged from the darkness (both literally and figuratively) of “The Long Night” and the great Battle for Winterfell, lets collect ourselves and look forward. Because one spin around the internet of opinions and you’ll see reactions to…

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What scares people is diverse and seldom shared in the same ways or amplitude of fear and anxiety. It is subjective according to the makeup of each individual person. One horror film might send a man into a frenzied terror…

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There is no way to spoil this film, because the film never reveals the “it” of its title. “It” is shrouded in as much resistant mystery by the end of the film as it is in the first scene. Its…

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Take comfort. God Is Our Fortress To the choirmaster. Of the Sons of Korah. According to Alamoth. A Song. God is our refuge and strength,      a very present help in trouble. Therefore we will not fear though the earth gives…

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On this episode of Reel World Rewind: Blaine is joined by Reed Lackey to talk about The Iron Giant. They speculate about Brad Bird’s sources of inspiration, and they talk about how the film speaks to issues of fear and…

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If there’s anything the Doctor believes in, it’s companionship. Even when he finds himself without a semi-permanent traveling buddy, he is making friends with whomever he comes into contact with on his adventures. Companionship is the centerpiece of this episode. Perhaps the…

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On this episode of Reel World Rewind: Blaine is joined by Griffin Kale. To celebrate the release of Finding Dory, Blaine and Griffin talk about its predecessor, Finding Nemo. How does Nemo compare to other pixar films? What does the film have…

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On this episode of the Reel World Theology Podcast: Audiences always seem to love a new PIXAR film. In fact, it has been since A Bug’s Life that PIXAR has struggled to turn a healthy profit from any of their…

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Freddy Krueger: “The children still feared me, and their fear gave me the power to invade their dreams, and that’s when the fun really began. Until they figured out a way to forget about me…” Wes Craven’s popular staple of the…

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