Tag: series

Saved by the Bell

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Written by Erin Lobner. Media by Courtney Murphy. When nostalgia hits hard, don’t sweat it. Apparently, if you say “It’s alright, ‘cause I’m saved by...

Fuller House Coming to Netflix

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Written by Kristen Kanaskie.  Media by Stephen Hillrich. Although the 80’s have long since passed, some of our favorite trends have remained timeless—especially when it...

Will Maisie Dobbs Become the Next Downton Abbey?

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Written by Katie Schmierbach.  Media by Stephen Hillrich. With over a million copies sold, the Maisie Dobbs Series has captured the hearts of historians and espionage...

Ronin Warriors Review

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Anyone whose read my previous reviews know that nostalgia plays a big role in my judgments. To be perfectly honest, the appeal to Ronin Warriors is almost completely fueled by nostalgia. Anyone who was raised on the Toonami block on Cartoon Network might remember this series. It was one of those hidden gems that passed the time between your arrival home from school, and the beginning of Dragon Ball Z.

Spiral: The Bonds Of Reasoning Review

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If you’re looking for an obscure, but engaging Anime series to watch, look no further! Spiral: The Bonds of Reasoning was one of the first non-Toonami series I ever watched, and is largely what led me to dive into Anime.

Christians Rated R: Part II (How)

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Last week, in response to the Papyrus opening up the entertainment section to reviewing rated “R” films, Austin Schumacher posted an article providing an argument why Christians should engage such films, even when they have received this rating because of objectionable or offensive content such as gruesome violence, blatant sexuality, or profane language. In this he cites reasons of the need to portray the reality of life in art - life can definitely be gruesome, blatant, and profane at times - as well as the fact that our sacred texts include stories with similar content. In discussions with me, Austin thought that I would do well at providing a part II to his initial article on “why” Christians should engage these types of film, and therefore, I have been drafted into tackling the idea of “how” Christians should go about this engagement. I have decided to go about this by first developing a theoretical model for engagement that can apply to all types of art - not just film - and then take the model and practically apply it to an “R” rated film to provide an example of how this theory works in practice. The application will come in the final installment of “Christians Rated R” next week, and this week I will focus on the theoretical aspect of engaging art. Because I’m splitting this into two weeks, this week’s article may seem to stray a bit on the broad side - away from films specifically - but hang with me until next week, and I hope it will begin to make a bit of sense.