Spoiler warning ahead for the Netflix horror series. I've only seen this series once, and while I don't love it, I think it is grounded in a message that is deep, and relevant, to humans everywhere. (Check out my take on Catholics and the horror genre, and why horror...
In the ‘Scapegoat’, It’s deeply satisfying to see a man step into an impossible situation, and turn everything around with kindness, attention & good will.
A review of ‘King of Devil’s Island’ as a phenomenal, gripping insight into the war between men and boys, between absent fathers and maturing youths.
‘Mary of Nazareth’ feels like every Christmas card and painting of Mary brought into a single, enchanting vision of her life.