On this episode of Reel World: Rewind… Reel World staff members Josh Crabb and Blake Collier are discussing Danny Boyle’s 2007 thought-provoking Sci-Fi movie, Sunshine. A portentous movie about a not-so-implausible future where the sun is dying, Boyle’s movie ponders transcendence,…

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The sci-fi comedy Men in Black is two decades old. (Though it probably doesn’t remember, having been “flashy-thinged” too many times.) Today, its third sequel comes out: look out for our review of Men In Black: International next week, but…

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On this episode of Reel World: Rewind… We know Kung-Fu. Well, not really, unless Gene forgot to tell us he actually DOES know it. However, one thing we do know is The Matrix is a defining movie in the prolific movie year…

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On this episode of Reel World: Rewind… With the upcoming release of M. Night Shyamalan’s Glass, it seemed fitting to return to the movie that started it all. Surprising audiences on the back of Shyamalan’s Oscar-nominated Sixth Sense, people were excited…

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An otherworldly being inhabiting a human has been an oft-treaded conceit in the science fiction genre. The characters affected experience an assortment of interactions likened to symbiotic relationships found in the natural world. From the parasitic possession of Arthur Conan Doyle’s The Parasite…

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Editor’s Note: Welcome to the first in a new monthly series at Reel World Theology where contributors bring two films–often from different cinematic eras–into conversation with one another in order to investigate the elements (themes, technique, script, character, etc.) of…

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Series Overview:  Thirty years ago, Star Trek: The Next Generation embarked on a journey that would solidify the popularity of a franchise, redefine science fiction entertainment, and take us on some incredibly cool, wholly memorable journeys. With so many great,…

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We tend to associate Disney with family-friendly, kid-centric, animated films, replete with hip (On fleek is, perhaps, the more hip turn of phrase, but I do not know.) cultural references, ample humor, and an unshakable—if naive, or misguided—sense of optimism;…

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On this episode of the Reel World Theology Podcast: Oh… we did it. We recorded an episode on the Reel World Theology Group’s most infamous film of 2016. Whether you were let down or you thoroughly enjoyed Passengers, it didn’t…

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When anthology horror is executed well, it can be one of the most satisfying sub-genres of horror to witness. There is something cathartic about divining a united thread running between (seemingly) dissonant stories—usually told by different writers and directors. Each…

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