The World’s End: We can finally laugh at ground zero of the apocalypse.

Simon Pegg and Nick Frost are back for a journey through small-town England to the bitter end…or amber. [Read more...]

In Texas, Saints in Search of a Better Story

The provocatively titled film does little to transcend its inspirations, simply reminding us of earlier influences. [Read more...]

Ain’t Them Bodies Saints or Sinners

A doomed romance in the Hill Country of Texas. [Read more...]

Grandmaster, Your Kungfu is Weak

The Grandmaster fails [Read more...]

The Once and Future (Totally Depraved) King

In which everyone is awful, and King Arthur very nearly becomes a Calvinist [Read more...]

‘Just One More Thing’ We Can Learn from Columbo

A valuable life lesson from TV’s beloved detective [Read more...]

Jobs as Vicariously Living of the Selfish Life

The new biopic falls under Steve Jobs’s spell [Read more...]

The Butler Serves Racial Equality

The Butler is the Forrest Gump of the civil rights movement. [Read more...]

This is the way the world ends… and starts up again

How the most inept and inefficient part of our government saves civilization. [Read more...]

Why I Am Not a Fundamentalist

What makes a Fundamentalist a Fundamentalist, and why they’re wrong. [Read more...]

2 Guns and Lots of Swag

Mark and Denzel take on the world with a pair of pistols. . . and a hearty dose of swagger. [Read more...]

From the Earth to ‘Elysium’

What if the earth isn’t worth inheriting? [Read more...]

Percy Jackson and the Savage Critics

Percy isn’t nearly as bad as the critics say, but not nearly as good as it could have been. [Read more...]

The Spirit of Not-So-Early Christian Thought

The Medieval Church and the Early Church are not the same. [Read more...]