Christ and Pop Culture recently released our first e-book, Christ and Pop Culture Goes to the Movies: 2015, now available for Kindle devices and readers.
With this book, our mission is to extend the moviegoing experience across various media platforms and physical spaces. Our goal is not to prolong the film themselves but rather the conversations that follow these films. Think of Christ and Pop Culture Goes to the Movies as the ride home after a thrilling blockbuster, an engrossing character study, or an idiosyncratic drama. This is a continuation of our ever-evolving banter about the expanding influence of cinema.
In the end, we’ve fused together a smattering of deep, critical pieces that touch on movies in nearly every genre. From big blockbusters like Mad Max: Fury Road and Star Wars: The Force Awakens to less-known films like Experimenter and Gett: The Trial of Viviane Amsalem, Christ and Pop Culture Goes to the Movies is an eclectic collection of reflections on the filmic dreams that captivated people in 2015. While we don’t presume to label these the best fifteen films of the year, they are certainly some of the most intriguing and rich.
The book costs $4.99 on Amazon and is free for Christ and Pop Culture members. (Yet another reason to become a member; signing up gets you access to some seriously great exclusive content and offerings.)
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I've also written for Christ and Pop Culture, ScreenAnarchy, Filmwell, and Christian Research Journal. I pay the bills by creating beautiful user interfaces and websites for Firespring and Red Bicycle.