Glass, or How NOT To Tell A Superhero Story

I finally took the time recently to watch Glass (2019), the final chapter in M. Night Shyamalan’s superhero trilogy which began with Unbreakable (2000) and Split (2016). It had its good moments, particularly in pretty much every scene involving James McAvoy, but ultimately it was filled with plot holes, bad pacing and a completely unsatisfying … More Glass, or How NOT To Tell A Superhero Story

One Twisted Fact About The Purge Series Nobody Mentions or Seems To Get

Christian fans of horror have learned to keep our mouths shut. Despite the horrors of the Old Testament, the Crucifixion (a lot of folks find The Passion of the Christ to be more gut-wrenching and visceral than many horror films, and it’s just a visual telling of the Gospel account), future prophecy and Foxe’s Book … More One Twisted Fact About The Purge Series Nobody Mentions or Seems To Get