Joss Whedon’s Much Ado About Nothing
Joss Whedon / Movie Review / Movies / Shakespeare

Joss Whedon’s Much Ado About Nothing

The idea of Joss Whedon directing Shakespeare is an intriguing one, and I was looking forward to the release of Much Ado About Nothing with great anticipation. I wasn’t disappointed! For a person familiar with his work, it was a delight to see a cast so densely populated with Whedon collaborators, but this movie has more … Continue reading

Episode 25 – Lover of the Light
Christianity / Doctor Who / House of Cards / Jars of Clay / Jennifer Knapp / Jesus / Joss Whedon / Liturgy / Movies / Mumford and Sons / Newsboys / Podcast / Rocky Horror / Science Fiction / Scripture / Sixpence None The Richer / Star Trek / Television / Theology / Video Games

Episode 25 – Lover of the Light

Episode 25 – Lover of the Light This week we’re talking about Mumford & Sons’ latest album Babel. We discuss the music, what it means to be a Christian band or not, and whether we can classify this as hardcore rap. It’s our first album review, so we’re off to a rocky start! Continue reading

Episode 24 – Liturgy Take 2
C.S. Lewis / Christianity / Doctor Who / Jesus / Joss Whedon / Liturgy / Movies / Podcast / Rocky Horror / Science Fiction / Scripture / Television / Theology / Video Games

Episode 24 – Liturgy Take 2

Episode 24 – Liturgy Take 2 The podcast is lousy with Joshua’s as guest Josh Roye joins us as we take a second swing at Liturgy. We spend a while discussing what we’ve been watching and reading this week, and we try to figure out what liturgical theology is, or what liturgy is, or how it … Continue reading

Episode 8 – The Happy Frog
Cabin in the Woods / Christianity / Drew Goddard / Fantasy / Horror / Jesus / Joss Whedon / Podcast / Science Fiction / Theology / Video Games

Episode 8 – The Happy Frog

Episode 8 – The Happy Frog This week we finally get around to talking about the Drew Goddard and Joss Whedon film The Cabin in the Woods.  We bring up questions about sacrifice, roles, horror movies, and whether people are more important than a person.  Also The Sword of Truth, and Kingdoms of Amalur come up.  … Continue reading