Let this Kitten Purr – A Review of Let the Lion Roar

There comes a time in every movie reviewer’s life when he has to decide whether or not to cover a movie because doing so would give the movie way more credibility than it deserves.Ai?? Most sane producers know that even a bad review is good for business because all publicity is good publicity. This is […]

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Left Behind and the Legal Battle To Make Disastrous Disaster Movies

Hold on to your clothes and place your seat tables in the upright position. Left Behind is imminently returning and this time with Nicolas Cage. Exciting, right? I can hardly contain myself. Since we have had two reviews for Left Behind, and the rest of the internet seems to hate the film as well, I […]

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Quality Gets “Left Behind”

I have nothing against a good disaster movie. Write several shallow characters. Check. Insert superficial interpersonal conflict. Check. Introduce natural disaster to throw said shallow characters into. Check. Watch shallow characters carry out their superficial interpersonal conflict amidst disaster-enhanced action sequences and peril. Check ad nauseam. With Left Behind, we have disaster movie meets Christian […]

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Left Behind Early Review – This is Not That.

The following is the first of our three part front row seat to the apocalypse. We here at Gospel Spam were fortunate to be sent a review copy of the film so we could bless you with our thoughts and fancy words about it. The first is by Jon Speed. The rest will be published […]

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A Matter of Faith – The Apologist

A Filmmaker, a Pastor, and an Apologist walk into a restaurant… I wish this was the start of a bad joke. It’s not. Marcus Pittman and I joined Jon Speed to preview the soon to be released film A Matter of Faith showing at a restaurant in Syracuse, New York. If you were waiting for […]

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Christians Sabotage Lousy Movies for the Sake of the Gospel

An article on WND’entitled Christians Sabotage Gospel In Hollywood’blames the failure of a movie called The IdenticalAi??(which I have not seen) on the fact that Christians’by and large’didn’t support the film during its opening weekend. From what I gathered in this article, The IdenticalAi??contains a powerful Christian message and’according to the author Drew Zahn (@DrewZahnWND)’is […]

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A Matter of Faith – Pastoral Review

Dear Pastor, Perhaps you are considering screening A Matter of Faith at your church or encouraging your people to use the big screen release as an opportunity to evangelize your community.Ai?? The producers of the film make convincing arguments why you should.Ai?? After all, people do remember movies long after they’ve forgotten your sermons.Ai?? And […]

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A Matter of Faith – Film Review

Recently three Gospel Spam writers (Marcus Pittman, Jon Speed and Sye Ten Bruggencate) were invited to a screening of a new Christian movie titled “A Matter of Faith.” After viewing the film, and listening to the director speak on it we decided it would be necessary to write threeAi??separateAi??views on the film. One from theAi??perspective […]

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A Review of Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles

A Review of Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles

The rebooted Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles has arrivedAi??in theaters. Another beloved franchise is updated for the summer of 2014 following the heels of recent rebooted franchises STAR TREK, TRANSFORMERS, BATMAN, and G. I. JOE. It is the latest to join the ” Produced By Michael Bay” labelAi??that has all the glitz and glamour of a […]

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Why both Baptists and Presbyterians should watch the movie “Baptism is Not Enough”

If you have been on Facebook for any length of time, you almost certainly have gotten yourself pulled into a debate on Baptism. On Facebook, Baptism debates are long and drawn out with no end, kind of like a charismatic altar call. The reason for that is because most debates on baptism are not presuppositional […]

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