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The Lucky OnesSubscriber Access Only
Hellboy, Evil, and the CrossSubscriber Access Only
The Hellboy sequel opening soon is just the latest in a long line of films about battling supernatural baddies—with the Cross often wielded as a weapon of goodness.
My Life in RuinsSubscriber Access Only
Even the star of My Big Fat Greek Wedding can't save this mess of a comedy. More like a Greek tragedy, it seems.
The Twilight Saga: New MoonSubscriber Access Only
Hunky werewolves and sparkly vampires! It's dog-eat-dog and more as all fangs are bared over Bella—but some want to eat her, others just want her.
OceansSubscriber Access Only
Disneynature's latest big-screen documentary takes you up close and personal with astounding creatures you've never seen before, as well as some old friends worth revisiting.
The Devil in Tinsel TownSubscriber Access Only
With 'The Rite' opening Friday, we look at how Hollywood has depicted exorcism over the years.
The RiteSubscriber Access Only
A sober, realistic treatment of exorcism, and a thoughtful depiction of doubt and faith.
Déjà VuSubscriber Access Only
Live Free or Die HardSubscriber Access Only
Things We Lost in the FireSubscriber Access Only
Son of RambowSubscriber Access Only
A Flawed HistorySubscriber Access Only
James Carroll's controversial book, Constantine's Sword
TakenSubscriber Access Only
Liam Neeson takes on an uncharacteristically action-driven role in a dark, violent, vengeance-ridden thriller about human trafficking, from producer Luc Besson.
AmeliaSubscriber Access Only
Hilary Swank is Amelia Earhart in Mira Nair's handsome, though not entirely satisfying, biopic.
CreationSubscriber Access Only
This biopic of Charles Darwin gives a nice portrait of his personal life, but doesn’t adequately explore the origin of his ideas—and pits science and religion against one another.
Knight and DaySubscriber Access Only
Despite the star power and onscreen chemistry of Cruise and Diaz, this wild and crazy action/comedy just has too many holes to work well.
Rabbit HoleSubscriber Access Only
Kidman, Eckhart give stellar performances in a quiet tale of grief and (perhaps) healing.
CourageousSubscriber Access Only
In Sherwood's best film yet, fathers are challenged to step up. PLUS: Churches partner for racial reconciliation, and a discussion guide for the movie.
The Mill & the CrossSubscriber Access Only
A 16th century Dutch painting, 'The Way to Calvary,' comes to life in this astonishing work of sacred art.
Ghost RiderSubscriber Access Only

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