Just as the Academy, the Screen Actor’s Guild, the Golden Globes, and every bloke with a film blog has released their top tens, we figured it was time we released ours as well.
Logan talks with Elijah Thompson of The Fetal Position and Dank Pro-Life Memes, and reviews Thor: Ragnarok, All But Invisible by Nate Collins, and Kelly Clarkson’s latest release, The Meaning of Life.
It may be Ominous October, but this month’s picks for streaming titles have more than just horror fans in mind.
From politics to celebrities to religion, western culture has a big outrage problem right now. Any news that comes out must have us angry at someone for something, and if you aren’t always angry, well then, are you really informed?
I started this website in 2013. That’s been four years ago now. There’s an old saying that you never step in the same river twice. In a way, I feel like this is an apt analogy for where I’ve been with regards to Christianity and culture – as I’ve met more people and been introduced to more perspectives, my own perspective has changed. So has my focus, and the focus of Christian Entertainment Reviews.
A star-studded surveillance thriller and a magic-centered drama are evidence of the fact that we’re moving into the glorious summer of the film season.