My friends at Reel World Theologycreated a series called Moral Dilemma Dialogue, in which we take one film and examine a moral dilemma presented within it. Two people take opposing sides of the dilemma and argue their case. The arguments are presented sight-unseen of the opposing side’s approach, and with no rebuttal. That is where you, the audience, come in. This is my second time participating in this series. It's challenging, but I really enjoy it. This post in particular is geared toward Christian ethics so keep that in mind. Let us know what you think!
Is Hollywood out of ideas? Will this nearly decade-long deluge of
reboots, remakes, and rehashing the familiar ever end? I have some
thoughts on this and the future of film and TV in this week's episode of Reel Cathedral Bytes.
I want to know what
YOU think too. So please leave me a comment here below, on Soundcloud, Twitter, or Facebook and lets talk about it! Play the episode here...
It's that time again where I get to review another wonderful film of old on Reel World Theology's Reviewing the Classics series. This time it is a Hitchcock favorite of mine. Can't believe I am the first writer in the series to do a Hitchcock! Before Gone Girl, before The Girl on the Train, there was... Rebecca.
Since I did a wonderful podcast with my peeps at Reel World Theology, I did not do my own. But never fear, this week I will be back in action.
I absolutely loved Midnight Special and was so glad I got to be part of this podcast. I'm becoming quite the Jeff Nichols fangirl, and I cannot wait for his upcoming film Loving which already had me with glistening tears and throwing all the Oscars at the screen just from the trailer.