‘Desire of the Everlasting Hills’: A Powerful Witness to Catholic Teachings on Same-Sex Attraction

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Last Saturday, I spent the evening at Villanova speaking with three impressive and eloquent people. Paul, Dan, and Rilene all have same-sex attraction, and all have embraced the Church’s teaching on chastity. Their stories are told in Desire of the Everlasting Hills, a new documentary from Courage International. The approach is powerful and effective because [Read More...]

Cumberbatch As Alan Turing

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Here’s the first trailer for The Imitation Game, about building the machine that breaks the German Enigma cipher. It looks like it’s focused on Turing the Quirky Genius, not Turing the Gay Martyr, which is a good thing. He should be remembered for his important work, not his tragic end. Related: Turing at 100 [Read more...]

Watch Joss Whedon’s New Movie On Vimeo

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In Your Eyes is a supernatural love story written and produced by Joss Whedon, and directed by first-timer Brin Hill. Whedon, ever-willing to experiment with new media and film-making techniques (as he did with Much Ado About Nothing and Dr. Horrible), is making the whole feature available now as a $5 72-hour rental on Vimeo. [Read More...]

Do You Like Classic Movie Posters?

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Who doesn’t? And do you like Catholic patristics and apologetics? Now you can combine those loves by checking out author Rod Bennett‘s new project: 10,000 movie posters. Rod has spent years compiling and digitally restoring images of thousands of vintage posters, and now he’s offering his work on 10 DVDs, with 1000 posters each, for [Read More...]

8 Happy Things From My Week

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Summer is already shaping up to be a lot looser here on GATM. Traffic is always a little lower in summer, and the content tends to be slightly less serious in general. We’ve also been going through quite a lot here, and the heavy thoughts are not coming with great ease, so here are a [Read More...]

A Legend Has Died

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Ray Harryhausen was one of the heroes of my youth. His visions of monsters and mythological creatures brought my dreams to life, and there are sequences from Jason and the Argonauts and the Sinbad films that are as vivid in my mind’s eye as memories from life. Computers may make things look better and more realistic, [Read More...]

A Short Christian Film From a Master Animation Director

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Frank Tashlin tends to be largely overlooked in the history of both animation and live action film, but Looney Tunes buffs will recognize his name from some of the classics of the Golden Age. His animation style is almost always easy to spot. No one in the Warner Brothers stable was quite like Tash: angular figures, hyper-fast editing, exaggerated [Read More...]

Little Nemo in Googleland

Google's animated tribute to Little Nemo

Animation and cartooning legend Winsor McCay is honored in Google Doodle today for the 107th anniversary of the publication of his strip, Little Nemo (also known as Little Nemo in Slumberland). McCay’s cartooning work is rich in detail and invention as it explores the dream world of a little boy named Nemo (Latin for “no one”). Kids [Read More...]


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