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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This Week on Sleepy Hollow: Plague, pestilence, and magical healing power of baptism.

By Coyle Neal on October 16, 2013

Baptism will make you wet, but it won’t make you pure.

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Captain Phillips: Piracy, Courage, and Studies in Leadership

By Paul Miller on October 11, 2013

Tom Hanks, servant leader, outwits pirates.

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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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Gravity: Traversing the Glorious Terror of the Cosmos

By Andrew Collins on October 4, 2013

Facing the abyss … literally.

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Confession is Good for the Soul

By Coyle Neal on October 3, 2013

An effective and unexpected picture of repentance from this week’s episode of Sleepy Hollow

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Parents Are the Problem in Enough Said

By Christian Hamaker on September 27, 2013

An enjoyable, if sometimes frustrating, viewing experience.

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