There is one decade where I could not possibly narrow down my selected films to five. The 1930s were the heyday of the horror film and, for this reason, it alone earns two posts.
Occasionally there will come along a horror film that rises above schlock and cheap thrills and gives us a truly meaningful and chilling story. The Conjuring is one of those films.
Almost a year and a half ago, I was having a conversation with one of my pastors. At the time, I was set to soon be part of a church … Continue reading Louisville
I have developed a certain tendency to use the phrases “changing the world” or “taking over the world” when speaking with creative friends. I usually leave this without any particular … Continue reading Changing the World
I’m beginning to think that if I don’t have an identity crisis at least once a month, I’m simply not taking in enough good art.
Hammer Films produced many of the very best gothic horror films in the 1950s and 1960s. After its resurrection just a few years ago, Hammer now seems set to continue its tradition onward if The Woman in Black is any indicator.
The baby has known the dragon intimately ever since he had an imagination. What the fairy tale provides for him is a St. George to kill the dragon.
“What is the means by which the demonic realm is vanquished? In a word: mockery. Satan’s great sin (and our great sin) is pride. Thus, to drive Satan from us … Continue reading Ridiculing the Enemy
Last week, I posted that the lead pastor of my church, Daniel Montgomery, had given his “top five books” (though the last two ended up being persons rather than books) … Continue reading My Top Five Resources on Art and the Church