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» Do Viewers Know About "Knowing"?
       by Frederick Meekins
       Viewers wanting to see "Knowing" staring Nicholas Cage might expect a film not all that different from his "National Treasure" series or even perhaps "The Da Vinci Code" as from advertisements the story appears to center around an aged parchment with... read more
    September 2, 2009
» Galactica Conclusio Philosophicus
       by Frederick Meekins
       In one of the climactic scenes of the conclusion of "Battlestar Galactica", Gaius Baltar remarks that an unseen hand had been guiding events all along up until that point. Just as the characters were propelled by something from beyond themselves, the... read more
    July 21, 2009
» Orphaned Wolf Pups Steal Hearts
       by Rev. Austin Miles
       A multi-award winning documentary producer, Grizzly Adams Productions, has entered the feature film field. And it's first entry, Friends for Life, is a winner, having already captured 12 awards covering virtually every catagory in film making during ... read more
    November 11, 2008
» Doctor Who Tackles Transgenic Menace
       by Frederick Meekins
       As culture passes through various stages of technological development, the science fiction of a particular point in history often reflects the concerns regarding the horrors discerning intellects at the time feared could possibly be inflicted upon th... read more
    August 13, 2008
» Excavating Indiana Jones Unearths Epistemological Artifacts
       by Frederick Meekins
       As a discipline, archaeology examines the artistic and technological remains of various cultures in the attempt to learn more about them. Often from these objects, students learn about more than the subject's material nature but also insight into the... read more
    August 6, 2008
» They Don't Cast Space Tyrants Like They Use To
       by Frederick Meekins
       As a narrative form driven considerably by adversarial conflict, in science fiction a good story must have a villain just as interesting (sometimes even more so) than the primary hero or protagonist. As one of the archetypes from which much popular &... read more
    September 10, 2007
» Harry, Here Is a Name That You Can Invoke to Drive Out the Darkness
       by Dr. Ted Baehr, Publisher of MOVIEGUIDEĀ®
       Much of the latest HARRY POTTER movie involves the heroes trying to learn the right way to say the right name or incantation to fight the forces of darkness. To help them out, here is an article for a chapter that I wrote about the name above all nam... read more
    July 30, 2007
» Country Music is Okay for Christians!
       by Jeremy Reynalds
       Country music is changing. If when you hear the term "country," you immediately picture an endless number of stories about countless ways to get drunk and leave your wife, you couldn't be more wrong. How do I know? Well, I have a confession... read more
    March 14, 2007
» Why Much of Religious Programming Is Just Plain Awful
       by Matt Friedeman
       For the first time, most American homes have more televisions than people. According to the latest data from Nielsen Media Research, the average U.S. household has 2.55 people and 2.73 TVs. Much of the programming, alas, is religious. Whenever I thin... read more
    December 8, 2006
» Studies Show Entertainment Influences Us
       by Al Menconi
       Earlier this month two major research studies were published that shed light on the dramatic effects of today's entertainment on teenagers. The first was released by the RAND Corporation, an independent research organization that focuses on health ca... read more
    August 17, 2006
» Elvis Has Left the Building
       by Joe Murray
       Elvis was the King of Rock and Roll," opined 30-year rock critic Dave Marsh, "because he was the embodiment of its sins and virtues, grand and vulgar, rude and elegant, powerful and frustrated, absurdly simple and awesomely complex." M... read more
    August 17, 2006
» Truth, Justice, and All That Stuff
       by Joe Murray
       Does Superman still stand for truth, justice, and all that stuff?" asks Perry White, editor of the fictional newspaper the Daily Planet in the new movie Superman Returns. The Daily Plant, of course, is the newspaper of Metropolis and the employe... read more
    July 19, 2006
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