On this special Halloween episode of the Reel World Theology Podcast: It’s that time of year again where we get to do a little something special and celebrate Halloween through the lens of cinema. This year we had an incredibly…

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“Everyday brings change, and the world puts on a new face Sudden things rearrange, and this whole world seems like a new place Oh yeah, secretly I been tailing you Like a fox that prays on a rabbit Had 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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It’s a new year which means there will be a whole new slate of horror cinema to be released (probably) every day of 2018—as it continues to be the most profitable genre in film. In an age of #FOMO (“Fear…

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On this episode of the Reel World Theology Podcast: Merry Halloween! It’s that time of the year where we take a look at a film that was a bit more on the odd or freaky side. While we all wish…

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Breathe in, breathe out. Stand up, sit down, kneel. Morning prayer, confession, remission. Leer, stalk, kill. Going through the process of (finally) viewing all of the Halloween franchise, in order, has been an odd endeavor. Some assumptions have been verified…

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I, earlier this week, reviewed the new anthology horror film, The Dark Tapes, and declared my love for the sub-genre and the heartbreak inherent in those times when it is not done well. So, when I was thinking about an…

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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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I am so pleased this week to be collaborating with a good friend of mine, Joseph Nooft, who is a contributor for Mockingbird. We wanted to bring to you a couple of suggestions each for some double features—a non-horror film…

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A month filled with celebrating the horror genre can only be fittingly celebrated with a look at one of its greatest directors. John Carpenter’s mixture of using empty space, glorious synth scores, and slow-building anticipation set him apart as a…

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