Extreme gore. Graphic violence. Prolonged sequences of torture. Can this film be counted as torture horror?
A Thief in the Night took on an ambiguous four-part film series with one single narrative about people facing the fallout in a post-rapture world, which set the tone for rapture films to follow.
In this February episode, "Fire by Nite" takes the opportunity to warn you about the rapture and the AntiChrist.
For this Valentine's Day weekend, I discovered my new favorite romcom. It's as terrible as you could possibly imagine, which makes it shine ever-brighter.
I review the 2004 Christian skate film "Livin' It." Produced by Stephen Baldwin, it showcases footage and performances by Christian skaters and BMXers.
A classic Christploitation film by Ron Ormond from 1976. It's as crazy as you'd imagine.
Late last summer, I released an album called "Analog Resurrection" that I created using thrift store vinyls, VHS tapes, and old cassettes I found in my grandparents' house. All of these vinyls and tapes had some type of religious message contained on analog technology -- hence the name "Analog Resurrection." In this post, I give commentary on each song.
It's as awesome as the title sounds.
Michael W. Smith is the Christian king of the Christmas season, and this is the album that gave him his crown. Christmas was Smith's first holiday-themed album, and was the soundtrack of my childhood Christmas. About 6 years ago, I would've naively told you that this album is garbage because Smith is a washed out, … Continue reading Review: Michael W. Smith’s “Christmas” (1989)
Jim Bakker -- Lord of Buckets, master of the incoming apocalypse -- hosts a Christmas parade on his now defunct televisual program with his now divorced wife. Get ready for the night of your life. If you want to watch it before reading the interview, you can do so here Or, you can watch my … Continue reading Jim and Tammy Bakker’s Christmas Parade (1986)