Frozen: How It Should Have Ended

I really enjoyed Frozen. But I also really enjoyed the above alternate ending from How It Should Have Ended. Click the above to watch it. Hope you enjoy it too. [Read more...]

Left Behind Teaser Trailer

Matthew Paul Turner and several others have noted the appearance of the first teaser trailer for the upcoming remake of the movie Left Behind, this time starring Nicholas Cage. Click the above to watch it on YouTube. Then come back here to let me know what you think. Is Nicholas Cage the best thing to [Read More...]

Science Fiction Spirituality

Two things of interest via IO9. First is a trailer from a movie, “I Origins,” which explores the story of a scientist trying to make sense of evidence he encounters that there are aspects of existence beyond what science can explain: Second, there is a post on the impact of spirituality on the legacy of [Read More...]

Noah: Not Happily Ever After

The Daily ShowGet More: Daily Show Full Episodes,Indecision Political Humor,The Daily Show on Facebook Jon Stewart offers an insightful treatment of some Christians’ reactions to the Noah movie. [Read more...]

Inspired by the Flood Story

The above featurette about the making of the ark for the upcoming movie Noah has gotten me much more excited about the movie than I was before. It is not the first adaptation of the flood story to take creative license. That is, in actual fact, what the Bible’s flood story did with earlier versions. [Read More...]

Noah’s Flood Website

I just learned of a new website, Noah’s Flood, created to look at stories of natural cataclysms from long before the Bible up through the new Noah movie. I have only taken a quick look, but it looks interesting and worth sharing. [Read more...]

RoboChrist

There was an interesting article recently about the movie RoboCop, suggesting that director Paul Verhoeven had preemptively connected the main character in the movie with Christ-figure typologies of the superficial sort that some would have inevitably come up with afterwards anyway. It is thus interesting to reflect on how storytelling may satirize – and at the [Read More...]

Man of Steel

I watched Man of Steel a few weeks ago, and enjoyed its different version of various characters’ stories. It had slipped my mind that here had been so much buzz prior to and immediately after its release, about its promotion to churches. The actual religious imagery did not seem more prominent than in other versions [Read More...]

Before and After A Polite Bribe

Two bits of news related to the book and movie A Polite Bribe. First, the DVD is available for pre-order on Amazon. Second, here is the pre-screening panel discussion from the showing in Madison, Wisconsin: [Read more...]

Tomorrow and The Day After Tomorrow

As weather forecasters are warning of a “polar vortex” set to bring record low temperatures in many areas, is anyone besides me thinking back to the apocalyptic movie “The Day After Tomorrow,” which envisaged global warming disrupting weather patterns, leading to a new ice age? The movie's scenario is obviously ridiculously extreme, but it is [Read More...]

A Polite Bribe (and Send Me Father)

Larry Hurtado blogged about the NYC premier of Robert Orlando’s movie A Polite Bribe, and Mark Goodacre mentioned that the movie will also be coming to his area. So what can I share? Not only that there are plans for the movie to be screened in Indianapolis on Tuesday, February 4th, but also that Orlando has [Read More...]


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