In a world where even cooking shows have been gamified, why not psychopathic murder? In Guns Akimbo, from director Jason Lei Howden, such is the world of SKIZM, a streaming underground game in which contestants advance to the next level by killing their opponent. People around the world watch this in real time. For nerdy… [Read More]
Set in a world of motorcycle gangs, violence and crime, 1% brings us a character driven tale of loyalty, family, betrayal, and personal struggle. This unconventional crime genre film never actually shows us the criminal activity the Copperheads Motorcycle Club is involved in, though we know that they are raking in a profit that must… [Read More]
This is a film that does not rely on tension to create horror. Rather it loads the screen with carnage. There are several gore-fests as the demon attacks the community. Blood, limbs, and internal organs are plentiful, as are various ways of killing.
NOTE: The following article contains major spoilers for John Wick: Chapter 2. John Wick: Chapter 2 continues the story of ‘retired’ hitman, John Wick (Keanu Reeves). Set a mere two weeks after the events of first film, Wick has successfully finished his manic vengeance and settles in at home for his new life… for about 10… [Read More]
what do you think the “typical Christian review” of Deadpool is like? [Google if you wish . . go ahead, i’ll wait] perhaps you correctly predicted that many “Christian reviews” focus on its rating [UNNECESSARY SPOILER: Deadpool is unabashedly R-rated, prolifically profane, conspicuously sex-laden, intentionally irreverent, vehemently violent, et cetera, et cetera] in fact, maybe surprisingly, not only are “Christian… [Read More]
Reverend Rob Schenck, a pro-life activist and missionary to politicians on Capitol Hill, broke with his expected evangelical position on gun ownership when he found himself questioning what it meant to be pro-life. In her directorial debut, The Armor of Light, Abigail Disney documents Schenck’s conversations on the subject with politicians and people of faith, while… [Read More]
Director Abigail Disney is out to push your buttons, make you think, and openly challenge the things that you believe to be true about guns, violence, and peace. Since she engaged fully in charitable work in her thirties, she has had a love for people often dismissed by society and the issues that either bind us… [Read More]
Is peace even possible? The Umpqua Community College has my Facebook feed in its grip, not because of its desire to “be the center for quality teaching and learning, and a key partner in the wellbeing and enrichment of our communities,” but because of the violence which encroached on the campus’ safety and wellbeing last… [Read More]