With their third entry into the Marvel Cinematic Universe, the Russo brothers have seemingly perfected the Marvel formula.
With its sparse dialogue, high stakes, and relentless tension, A Quiet Place is a thriller of the highest order. But it also portrays a moving and engaging picture of the family, one that values life, even in a fallen world of the most extreme kind.
Logan talks about the danger of making idols out of Christian celebrities, and the use of profanity in art by Christians – is it ever justified, and if so, when? Also featuring reviews of A Quiet Place and Come Sunday.
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Christian metalheads have an ax to grind, and its name is Underoath.
Logan talks about Steven Spielberg’s new film Ready Player One, and the effects of digesting entertainment passively and using it as escapism.
On this episode, Logan talks about where in the world he’s been for the past several months, reacts to the cultural moment that is the Oscars (better late than never), and talks about recent developments in #metoo/#churchtoo, and how they relate to current cultural values.
Ready Player One is a great popcorn flick that features an array of delightful 1980’s pop culture references. Ironically – or perhaps intentionally – it also critiques the degree to which we have used pop culture to escape from reality.