Erik Daniel

Review: Annabelle

By Erik Daniel / October 11, 2014 /

Content Warning: intense sequences of disturbing violence and terror As most of you probably already know, Annabelle is the much anticipated sequel to last year’s ultra successful horror flick The Conjuring. The Conjuring opened with the brief story of paranormal investigators Ed and Lorraine Warren’s case on the Annabelle doll that a couple of young…

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Review: The Dark Knight

By Erik Daniel / September 24, 2014 /

Content Warning: Menacing Violence and Thematic Material After watching Batman Begins for the first time I was beyond excited to see the second part of Christopher Nolan’s masterful Batman trilogy. I remember, at the end of Batman Begins, seeing Jim Gordon hand Batman a joker playing card and freaking out. Knowing how Christopher Nolan has…

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Review: Batman Begins

By Erik Daniel / September 21, 2014 /

Content Warning: Violence and Thematic Material As a huge Batman fan, I was super excited when I first watched this film.  Christoper Nolan (Inception, The Prestige) helms this Batman reboot and looks to bring a darker side to the caped crusader and his tragic life. As with previous Batman films, Batman Begins also tries to push…

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Review: When The Game Stands Tall

By Erik Daniel / September 6, 2014 /

Content Warning: thematic material; brief violence. As a huge football fan, I was super excited to go see this movie when I first heard about it. Shortly after, when I also found out that When The Game Stands Tall was also a Christian movie, I decided there was no way I was going to miss…

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