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In what has truly felt like a long time ago in a galaxy far, far away, episode six of Star Wars: The Return of the Jedi played in theaters in 1983. Fans have been clamoring for more ever since. And […]

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I recently had the opportunity interview musician Christian Davis and while doing research for background information on this man, I naturally “Googled” him. Here is what I found out: – He’s not the multi Dove Award winning southern gospel singer. […]

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With hit books and movies like Heaven is for Real, the debate rages on whether or not people can die, go to heaven and then come back to earth to tell others about the experience. The Universal film, 90 Minutes […]

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Unlike my family, I was moved but not crushed while watching UP. I was touched with Brave and I got a little lump in my throat while watching Inside Out. But The Good Dinosaur? That flick messed me up. The […]

Should a Christian watch a horror movie? Boy, isn’t that a loaded question. While many horror movies are nothing more than slasher flicks with a lot of gratuitous violence and have no redeeming value at all, some may surprise you. […]

99 Homes is a fictional story with elements that were inspired by true stories of people evicted from their homes. The thriller feels so real, that you will forget that that is really the same guy who played Spider-Man and […]

Perhaps it is my own opinion, but I think that there is a difference between family movies and children’s movies. Disney is a master for producing movies that literally every member of the family can watch and enjoy. Some moviemakers […]

When Hotel Transylvania came out in 2012, it was a delightful surprise about Dracula opening up his home as a hotel to monsters everywhere who have been in hiding for centuries. Drac had teenage daughter, Mavis, who was getting restless […]

Christian faith-based movies are becoming more and more common, which is a good thing. However, some movies are not reaching those who really need to see them. If you live in the “Bible Belt,” you likely have access to each […]

It’s sort of crazy to know that Wes Craven, who grew up in a strict Baptist family and wasn’t allowed to see any movies of any sort, later become known as one the great leaders in the horror genre. Craven […]