Steve Norton

Steve Norton is a pastor, hubby, and daddy (x2). I am a dedicated Jesus follower who looks for new ways to bring God glory and I have a ridiculous passion for film. It's one of my distinct interests to explore the connection between the two as well. Over the last 5 years, I've been proud to be a writer for Hollywood Jesus, Love Is Moving magazine and now, I have the privilege to help create! #forHisglory

Candy Cane Lane: Murphy’s Magic Saves Christmas

In some ways, it’s hard to believe that Eddie Murphy has never made a holiday film.  One of comedy’s greatest icons, one would expect that some form of holiday hijinx would exist in his repertoire. (Even Arnold Schwarzenegger has Jingle All the Way on his IMDb page.) Nevertheless, Candy Cane Lane marks Murphy’s first foray into Christmas cheer as…

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Cold: Chillingly Authentic

Written and directed by Liz Whitmere, Cold is a powerful film that uses frigid temperatures to speak into the loneliest aspects of mental health. Although the concept seems almost otherworldly, Whitmere keeps the film grounded. Backed by powerful performances by Scrofano and Baek, Cold simply feels honest. And that’s what makes it most chilling. Cold tells the story of Jane (Melanie…

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La Sombra del Sol: More than a Song

Can a song save your life? La Sombra del Sol (The Shadow of the Sun) tells the story of Leo (Carlos Manuel Gonzalez), a hard-working, blue-collar man who’s struggling to keep his family afloat financially. However, things begin to change when he encounters his younger brother, Alex (Anyelo Lopez). Having been deaf since birth, Alex has…

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