Deliver Us isn’t your average horror film, as it posits some interesting theological discussions.
While it fails to recapture a lot of what has made the series special and addictive over the years, Pikmin 4 is still a unique and fun experience despite its shortcomings.
The White Castle (no relation to the restaurant) is the sequel to The Red Cathedral, again with lots of dice and a tiny box.
After taking off in a rocketship at the end of Forbidden Sky, the crew of explorers has landed on a strange, overgrown planet in Forbidden Jungle. Let’s check it out!
Bendy and the Dark Revival latches on to what many consider the golden age of cartoons from the 50s to 70s while re-imagining them as horror characters. It has a great aesthetic and atmosphere that will draw any horror fan into it.
Just as Eren’s transformation mirrors our initial melding with the flesh and his defensive reaction to love echoes our resistance to divine guidance, the Titans symbolize the dangers of self-absorption and the consequences of yielding to fleshly desires.
Adult Christian convert Carolyn Weber brings her memoir to life on the silver screen with Surprised by Oxford.