Not Strange Enough: “Church Rescue” and the National Geographic Effect

By Guest Contributor on November 11, 2013

National Geographic’s new niche reality show is a friendly, innocuous, late-period artifact of the shrinking Bible Belt.

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Thor’s World is Becoming Cliche

By Kendrick Kuo on November 8, 2013

Is the newest Thor film representative of where the Avengers franchise is going?

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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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Ender’s Game Plays by the book…or at least close enough

By Kendrick Kuo on November 1, 2013

Lovers of the novel may be pleasantly surprised.

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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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All Is Lost: A Survival Tale Only on the Surface

By Christian Hamaker on October 25, 2013

A reminder of the importance of “dying well.”

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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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Redbox Review: ‘Much Ado About Nothing’ is nothing special

By Alexis Neal on October 23, 2013

Joss Whedon’s latest film is a mixed bag that misses the point.

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The Fifth Estate asks good questions, but fails to live up to its billing

By Andrew Collins on October 18, 2013

The title seems a bit grandiose, doesn’t it?

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Perseverance Leads to Payoff with ’12 Years a Slave’

By Christian Hamaker on October 18, 2013

A reminder that people—and places—can persevere when there’s a hope set before them.

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