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‘Fantasy’ Film Genre & the Bible



Forever Fantasy: The Involvement of the ‘Fantasy’ Film Genre in the Reception of the Bible By Ted Baehr, with Sarah Jane Murray, Tyler Walton, and Tom Snyder   The Bible is a fabulous library of histories, prophecies, biographies, parables, reflections, … Continue reading

HUNGER GAMES Inspires Dissent in Thailand



HUNGER GAMES Inspires Dissent in Thailand Job Garcia, Contributing Writer It is often said that “life imitates art,” and to a certain degree in many cases this statement is undoubtedly true. The news media often reports cases of individuals who … Continue reading

Does Media Tear Apart Your Family?



By David Outten, Art Editor I live in a house with four generations. The ages range in from three to 86 years old. As you can imagine, the choice of what to watch on the living room television is problematic. … Continue reading

Golden Globes – Wrong Again!!!



By Dr. Ted Baehr, Publisher & Ben Kayser, Managing Editor The Golden Globes has once again chosen to honor movies that don’t reflect that values or tastes of American audiences, or even moviegoers overseas. Sunday night, the 88 or so … Continue reading

Fighting Against Tyranny for Liberty



Behind the Scenes of THE HUNGER GAMES:  CATCHING FIRE By Ben Kayser, Managing Editor THE HUNGER GAMES:  CATCHING FIRE is the science fiction sequel to the novel and movie THE HUNGER GAMES, which turned into a worldwide hit in 2012. … Continue reading

Give DJANGO an NC-17 Rating



Christian Group Demands Hollywood Ratings Board Give Quentin Tarantino’s New Western an NC-17 Rating Hollywood, Calif. – The Christian Film & Television Commission®, an advocacy group in Hollywood, is petitioning the Motion Picture Association of America to change the rating of the … Continue reading

The Hunger Games: Starving for Real Meaning



By Rob Wiese, Contributing Writer The original HUNGER GAMES story was written by Suzanne Collins. It was a “young adult” novel that achieved great success in the print market and wide popularity among North American and European readers. As the … Continue reading

 

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