Osgood Perkins (director of I Am the Pretty Thing that Lives in the House and The Blackcoat’s Daughter) has done it again with his slow-burn retelling of this fairy tale. The structure of the story remains the same from the…

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For a while now I have been contemplating how filmmaking changed with the introduction of sound in film. The dawn of the “talkies” is an innovation that I am not at all sure we have fully come to terms with…

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[Warning: Ahead there be spoilers. Though, it must be noted, the terror of both Carnival of Souls and The Witchrelies more on atmosphere than shocking plot twists.] There are few experiences that can match the slow-motion, attenuated terror of growing up…

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

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On this episode of the Reel World Theology Podcast: It’s time again for our Halloween Episode! We have had a lot of great horror films to choose from this year, but the one that has stuck with us the most…

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A brand new week, a brand new trio of streaming picks to prioritize your streaming queues. Our fabulous contributors are constantly at the ready to deliver exactly what you need for an (almost) fall Friday night. Enjoy these three recommendations and…

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A few days back it was announced that Robert Eggers’ The Witch had gained public support from the Satanic Temple as “a Satanic experience.” I, in a potentially controversial move, publicly declared this news to be a good omen for…

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This week’s new movies are an exercise in polemics. One one side you have the brand-new, much hyped horror movie, The Witch. On the other side, you have the less-hyped but the very positively reviewed movie about the resurrection of Christ, Risen.…

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