Sadly, Just Another Xian Film

After the introductions, as the opening scene of Holy Ghost begins to take shape, I couldn’t help but feel like this film was going to be about the Christian David Blaine, a street magician telling people that his power is from the Holy Spirit. Almost immediately after I started having this feeling, the narrator told…

Murderdrome, Tweet Style

So, I’ll be penning a real review over at Cinapse in the next week or so, but I decided to live “tweet” (I didn’t actually post on Twitter) as I watched the film through. It’s got a bunch of synopsis, but I don’t think it’s really a “spoiler” in any real sense… I cut it…

The End is Nigh

What words come to mind when I say the words, “Christian cinema”? Lame? Crappy? Contrived? Waste of time? Poorly made? Uninspired? Pile of turds? Me too. But I had a feeling that this one was going to be different as soon as I watched the trailer. Immediately, it becomes obvious that The Remaining has better…

Protest Music: An Introduction

Protest music is an old art form. As long as people have felt a need to speak out or challenge something music has provided a catalyst for that. In America the protest song has been linked to every major change in our history, from the Suffrage Movement to the Civil Rights Movement and beyond. Music…