The Neon Demon Doesn’t Know When to Quit

By Christian Hamaker on June 24, 2016

Style struggles to triumph over substance. Does it succeed?

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What’s past is prologue, and it’s probably better too! Reflections on a classic horror flick.

By Coyle Neal on December 4, 2013

Old isn’t worse!

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This Week on Sleepy Hollow: Forgiveness, Freemasons, and Quaker Witches

By Coyle Neal on November 6, 2013

Is the key to sanctification really just forgiving yourself (Answer: No)

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Redbox Review: ‘Warm Bodies’—A feel-good zombie flick?

By Coyle Neal on October 30, 2013

This Halloween, try an indie gem that offers zombies for him, romance for her, and a little Gospel reflection for all of us.

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Halloween, Horror, and the Cross

By Coyle Neal on October 25, 2013

Why you should enjoy a good horror story this Halloween.

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This week on Sleepy Hollow: Demons, Germans, and Tin-Foil Hats

By Coyle Neal on October 9, 2013

The truth behind our modern fascination with conspiracy theories.

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The Evil Dead: “Please, God: Give Me a Break”

By Christian Hamaker on April 5, 2013

Review of Evil Dead, Directed by Fede Alvarez Some viewers like movies that leave them thinking about themes and ideas for weeks and months after they see them. Others want an experience at the cinema, a couple of hours that…

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Good News/Bad News

By Alexis Neal on October 12, 2012

Review of The Cabin in the Woods, Directed by Drew Goddard By ALEXIS NEAL Five college students—a stoner, a jock, a nerd, a (bottle) blonde, and a girl-next-door—head off to spend the weekend at a remote cabin (which, of course,…

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The Whisperer in Darkness

By Coyle Neal on August 28, 2012

Review of The Whisperer in Darkness, Directed by Sean Brannery By COYLE NEAL The writings of H.P. Lovecraft are forgotten gems of American Literature. Despite the best efforts of his fans (including the good folks over at the H.P. Lovecraft…

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