Via Grindhouse Theology- The Eye of The Innocents [McKenna]

What happens when we fix our eyes on things we are not supposed to see, when we behold that which we were not meant to behold? Do those things to which we expose ourselves become part of us, shaping us, forming us into vessels in their own image? And by the same token, can innocence […]

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The Nun (2018) — B&S About Movies

The Nun is the fifth movie in The Conjuring Universe, which are dramatizations of the real-life cases of paranormal investigators and authors Ed and Lorraine Warren. As the true story of the Warrens gets controversial* — Ed Warren has been accused of having had a lover live in their house for four decades, starting when she […]

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via Grindhouse Theology – ‘Winchester’ Is Good, Campy Fun

Comparisons are inevitable, but the Spierig brothers’ Winchester is not a poor man’s Army of Darkness. In fact, it’s not a poor man’s anything. We open with an elegiac aerial view, overlaid by the title – Winchester – grainy and somber, like an old Hammer film. The Winchester house is labyrinthine and Mary Ann (Sarah Snook), one […]

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