Christian films fail by sugarcoating reality
Christian films fall short of the mark not due to their lack of effort, but because of their unwillingness to confront real issues.
Long live the King Shelter
King Shelter kicked off their album release at House of Blues in Anaheim on Sept. 14.
Documentary exposes abusive Christian camp
Biola alumni Kate Logan releases her feature-length documentary "Kidnapped for Christ," which follows the lives of Christians experiencing hardships in troubled teen school.
Sir Sly set out to prove themselves on “You Haunt Me”
Sir Sly crafts an accessible album with, "You Haunt Me" without becoming sugary or cliche.
A heartbreaking story of beauty and failure
Dark but beautiful, "Inside Llewyn Davis" tells the story of struggling musician Llewyn Davis who, try as he might, could never strike the right chord.
Walking in someone else’s shoes: empathy through cinema
All movies have one goal in common-- to make you feel.
Robert Plant’s “Lullaby” isn’t worth waking up for
"Lullaby and ... The Ceaseless Roar" contains several notable tracks but is overall disappointing.