Category: Film Reviews

Darkest Hour: In The Mouth of a Tiger

By Nathan Kiehn In London, England, there is an attraction called the Churchill War Rooms, a museum dedicated to showing viewers the tunnels where Winston Churchill worked during the course of World War II....

Ferdinand and the Practice of Nonviolence

By Elrena Evans I first learned about nonviolence from a bull. My childhood copy of Ferdinand was beautiful—the red cover, the flowers, even the lettering. I remember very clearly the way the light and...

A Glimpse Beyond: Review of Moonlight

By Darren Calhoun Compassion calls us to enter into the pain of another. We most often do that through story, sometimes real and sometimes fictional. A film like Moonlight offers a rare opportunity to...

Henry Gamble’s Birthday Party

A beautifully orchestrated dance that explores our internal struggles and joys as they bump up against our physical reality Reviewed by Shannon Beeby Set in in the microcosm of a pool party for the...

Documentary: Kidnapped for Christ

Directed by Kate Logan SHOWTIME Reviewed by Emily A. Dause Kidnapped for Christ follows Biola University film student Kate Logan as she documents Escuela Caribe, a Dominican Republic-based Christian rehabilitation center for troubled American...