The Pilgrim’s Progress – Giveaway

Coming to theaters Easter weekend

Years ago when I taught children's church I fell in love with The Land of Far-Beyond,  a children's version of Pilgrim's Progress written by Enid Blyton. I read a chapter or two of the book each week and the children all enjoyed it as much as I did. Later, I decided to read the original…

The Rape of Recy – Movie Review

When my daughter was in school she participated in National History Day and competed at the regional, state, and national level for five years. She also competed each year in a local history-based film festival for high school students. As a result of attending the many events, we witnessed hundreds of performances, exhibits, websites, and…

Indivisible – Movie Review

In case you haven't noticed, this is the season for military-themed faith-based films. As pastor Gary Olson of Rolling Hills Community Church observed, Unbroken: Path to Redemption, Summer of '67, Interview With God, God Bless the Broken Road, and now Indivisible all deal with war. From the moment I saw the trailer, I knew I…

Little Women – Movie Review

It's been a while since I've read Little Women, but it's my favorite book from that time period, so I was eager to see what a modern retelling in movie form would look like. The movie does a good job of capturing the essence of the story and transferring it to a contemporary setting. Many…

Mattie: The Discovery – Movie Review

A talented filmmaker creates his own unique world and then draws you into that world. Cameron Arnett does exactly that with Mattie: The Discovery. The setting is distinctively Southern life on the wrong side of the tracks. It's a grim and gritty reality populated with flawed folks dealing with problems beyond their control. It's also…

Summer of ’67 Hits Home With Wife of Vietnam Veteran

Releasing a movie is a scary thing. For months, years even, you've poured your heart and soul into this project, and then when it gets time to release it to the world, you worry about the response. Will they love it? Will they hate it? Will they get it? Today I was blessed to hear…

Summer of ’67 Movie Review – By M. T. Arnold

I'm excited to share this wonderful review of Summer of '67 written by Vietnam Veteran and filmmaker M.T. Arnold. This review originally appeared in Point North Tiding's May Alert.  I’m a Vietnam War Veteran, and a child of the sixties, so I’m honored to have watched the screener for this incredible and beautiful piece of…

I Can Only Imagine Study Guide – Review and Recommendation

Guest review by Clay Herd. I Can Only Imagine is a movie that carries with it a powerful message of redemption and salvation. Now the themes of this movie can be brought to your congregation, your household, or just yourself for a powerful dive into the gospels of Jesus Christ. I want to begin with…

Wild Faith – Movie Review and Recommendation

I watch a lot of movies, and, unfortunately, after awhile, they start to blend in. They all look alike. Not so with Wild Faith. I first saw the trailer last month and it jumped out as something I wanted to watch, so I was excited when I was invited to watch an early screener. Wild…

Learn From the Masters – All Saints

All Saints movie review, filmmaking, case study

When I first started Faith Flix my desire was to help filmmakers promote their low budget Christian movies. But over the years, my mission has transitioned to helping filmmakers raise their bar and create higher level projects. With that in mind, I'm beginning a new series designed to study high quality films and analyze what…