Should Christian Movies Use Profanity?

Media consultant and author Phil Cooke tackles the subject of profanity in Christian movies. It’s about the character. Should Christian Movies Use Profanity? For some reason, I’ve had a number of questions on this subject recently. I’m not sure why, but a number of very sincere Christian filmmakers seem to be wrestling with the subject, […]

What Filmmakers Can Learn From Joni Mitchell

Here’s the most recent post from Jason Brubaker at FilmmakingStuff.com: What Filmmakers Can Learn From Joni Mitchell Languishing at home unable to speak due to a brain aneurism, singer songwriter Joni Mitchell changed the face of pop music with her emotionally charged lyrics. Until she came along folk songs were about politics and racism. But […]

Age of the Tin Man

Here’s the latest from Movieguide.org, the family guide to movie reviews. Coming soon to a theater near you!!! Well, not really. Darren Wallace posted on YouTube a hilarious video that he made parodying an Age of Ultron trailer, altering the characters from Age of Ultron to look like characters from the Wizard of Oz. Check […]

Iron Man Samurai

Here’s the most recent post from Jason Brubaker at FilmmakingStuff.com: Iron Man Samurai Here’s the most recent post from Jason Brubaker at FilmmakingStuff.com: Iron Man Samurai Here’s the most recent post from Jason Brubaker at FilmmakingStuff.com: Iron Man Samurai Here’s the latest from Movieguide.org, the family guide to movie reviews. Why has no one ever […]

AMY: Winehouse’s film debut beyond the grave

Amy Winehouse arrived on the scene in 2003, when her first album ‘Frank’ was released. Listeners from all walks of life were immediately captivated by this rough-edged songstress, with her gravelly blues voice and retro-inspired look. Hailing from a musically inclined family, Winehouse enjoyed a meteoric rise to fame that took her from singing in […]