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2017 is set to be an especially fun-filled year, one marked by sequels and remakes of some of our most beloved films. If you’ve been wondering which movies might be especially worth your cash in the coming months, look no further than […]

It’s been nearly a decade since author William P. Young’s novel, The Shack, was published, selling over a million copies within the space of a year and going on to be one of the most influential pieces of Christian fiction […]

Did God form all of creation over six literal days? Was there a flood, a Noah, and an ark? Are we creations, or did we evolve from ancient animals? And above all, does the Bible have historical value? Compass Cinema’s […]

He gave us the gentle John Merrick in The Elephant Man.  He brought us the endearing wand merchant, Mr. Ollivander, in Harry Potter. He introduced the terrifying Xenomorph to the world in Alien.  And after an acclaimed career in film […]

Forget DiCaprio’s films—La La Land is the new reigning champion of the Academy Awards with 14 Oscar nominations. This places the film amongst the likes of Titanic and All About Eve, which are the only other two films in the […]

The way a culture chooses to entertain itself speaks volumes. Our art is a mirror held up before us, and the reflections we choose to highlight show much about current mood of the nation. The 74th annual Golden Globes, hosted […]

If 2016 was a postmodern fashion experiment for most designers—marked by unprecedented use of clashing colors, nonstandard patterns, and unique fabrics—then 2017 is the going to be the refined product of that experimentation. Don’t let the turning of the year […]

The fake news epidemic continues to spread. And it has now affected even the most powerful of news organizations—CNN. On December 29th, the Obama administration, in a rare and provocative act, publicly expelled 35 Russian diplomats from the U.S. in […]

In February of 1891, a peculiar advertisement began to appear in the papers. “Ouija, the Wonderful Talking Board,” exclaimed dark ink, and the ad advised readers to “Come and see this wonderful game”. The origin of this ad was a Pittsburgh […]

God is immanent. This means that, while still being distinct, He is within everything—the trees, the sky, animals, plant life, and even us. But can we find God in the horror genre? Is the depiction of personified evil useful for […]