Film Review: The Sunday Sessions

The Sunday Sessions is excruciating. The good kind of excruciating. This fly-on-the-wall documentary from director Richard Yeagley follows Nathan, a committed Christian, as he undergoes “conversion therapy” in an attempt to overcome his homosexuality. [Note... Read More

Film Review: The Case for Christ

Since I started writing film reviews, I’ve done three on movies that could properly be labeled as “right-wing,” either in a religious or political sense: God’s Not Dead 2, Hillary’s America: The Secret History of the... Read More

Film Review: The Shack Bad Humor, Bad Theology, Bad Religious Metaphors

How bad is the scripture-based humor in The Shack, a film that hit theaters Friday and is being promoted as an uplifting spiritual journey? When Mack Phillips (Sam Worthington) first meets the Father, the Son and... Read More

Film Review: I Am Not Your Negro

James Baldwin was a national treasure. Through his masterful writing and oratorical deliberations on race and Black America’s constant struggle for justice and recognition of our humanity, Baldwin’s poetic potency proves timeless as it continues... Read More