Disney is oh, so cautious with its blockbuster franchises. And for very good reason.
The mega studio gobbled up George Lucas’s “Star Wars” saga for a cool $4 billion back …
It’s hard to know what to trust in the world of entertainment if you’re a family-minded conservative.
Enter “Pope Culture.” The new podcast gives you three perspectives – by three …
Patrick Walsh had a simple pitch about a TV show based on the book “The Year of Living Biblically.”
“Eighty four percent of the world aligns itself with some faith, …
Spiritual revivals are rarely easier.
Add a demon princess bent on sabotage, and you’ve got the makings of an intriguing fantasy for our times.
Jacob Airey’s “Cacophony (Volume 1)” shares …
Her 2008 film “Fireproof” made 67 times its very modest budget. Yet Bethea says some in Hollywood still don’t take her seriously.
That may change with “New Life.” The Georgia native …
Klavan’s “The Great Good Thing” ostensibly charts the author’s embrace of a religion that clashed with his familial roots.
As with previous Klavan books, that only scratches the thematic surface.
The 14th Annual 168 Film Festival – a faith-based exhibition featuring short films created in just one week or 168 hours – runs today and tomorrow at Regal Cinemas at …
“Rosemary’s Baby” (the 1960s). “The Omen” (the 1970s). “The Shining” (the 1980s). “The Blair Witch Project” (1990s).
Add “The Witch” to this list. It’s that good? It’s that good.