“Hitler was liberal” is just one insight offered by Dinesh D’Souza’s fraudulent Death Of A Nation

Every two years beginning in 2012, Dinesh D’Souza has released a “documentary” during the summer, with the conscious goal of swaying the results of the forthcoming election. 2016: Obama’s America, America: Imagine The World Without Her and Hillary’s America: The Secret History Of The Democratic Party all operated from…

God's still not dead, and Dana Loesch is A Light In Darkness, at the end of this hysterical trilogy 

Since the 2016 election, President Donald J. Trump has been a point of contention in evangelical circles. On one side, the case is made that it’s wrong to support a man whose every word and deed is plainly antithetical to a rudimentary understanding of Christianity. Others argue that it’s acceptable to support him if,…

The best films of 2017 that we didn’t review

Deciding which movies to review and which ones to skip is one of the toughest decisions The A.V. Club makes on a weekly basis. Seriously, it can be quite agonizing. In a perfect world, we’d review a much larger percentage of the sometimes couple dozen new releases that hit theaters or streaming platforms every week.…

From the believers behind God’s Not Dead comes a slightly less preachy Case For Christ

“You’re cheating on me—with Jesus!” exclaims Lee Strobel (Mike Vogel) when wife Leslie (Erika Christensen) shares her newfound faith with him. The Case For Christ adapts Strobel’s book of the same name for Pure Flix’s first real leap into period production (their Columbine film, I’m Not Ashamed, didn’t exactly sweat…

The best movies of 2016 that we didn’t review

Hundreds of movies come to American theaters every year. Sometimes they arrive at a rate of 20 per week, at least in New York, where most films that don’t open widely begin their first runs. And that’s not even taking into account Netflix and other streaming services, which have changed how movies are being…

The lesser-known Bowie: 19 gems and deep cuts

One of the most accomplished and dynamic popular artists of the last century, the late David Bowie produced an unbelievable number of enduring classics; so many of his early songs remain popular that it’s easy to forget he actually reached his commercial peak in the 1980s. But beyond the hits, Bowie’s varied…