It’s hard to be a father. Or so I assume, not being one myself. Though, having been a kid, I can only imagine how awful I was to parent. There are dirty diapers, temper tantrums, scraped knees, and that’s not…

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Despite their Stephen King pedigrees and the guiding hand of writer-director Frank Darabont, few films initially appear to have as little in common as The Shawshank Redemption and The Mist. Released in 1994 to critical acclaim but little fanfare, Shawshank…

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The Demogorgon approaches. All you have is a package of Eggos…and hope.

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On this episode of the Reel World Theology Podcast: After last year’s Deadpool, Fox showed that it could succeed with a rated R superhero movie so they strike again with a Wolverine film that critics and fans are loving. Wolverine,…

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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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So you failed your New Year’s resolutions last year.  This year you vowed the same, maybe even tagging on some more, because this time it will be different.  And you headed to the gym on January 1, along with all the other…

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On this episode of the Reel World Theology Podcast: We have been eagerly awaiting the Fall movie season so we can begin sitting back and enjoying what has become the best season for film each year. The Martian plants that…

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“Our generation will never be new again… our youth has been stolen from us…” –Vera Brittain WWII is probably the most cinematically featured time period simply because of the unspeakable atrocities done to an entire generation of people and culture. WWI…

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On this episode of the Reel World Theology Podcast: The Reel World Theology Podcast takes time to discuss the latest DC Comics offering, Man of Steel. Directed by Zack Snyder (300, Watchmen) and produced by Christopher Nolan (The Dark Knight…

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The Great Gatsby Directed By Baz Luhrmann Rated PG-13 Nick Carraway: “New York, 1922, the tempo of the city had changed sharply. The buildings were higher. The parties were bigger. The morals were looser and the liquor was cheaper. The restlessness approached.…

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