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Alive (Generations Trilogy #1) By Scott Sigler

It’s hard to talk about Alive by Scott Sigler without spoiling it. There is even a note at the end of the book, exhorting readers not to mention spoilers online. So when my review turns really vague, that’s why. The story opens with the main character waking up in a coffin. She believes it’s her twelfth birthday […]

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Independence Day Resurgence (2016)

RATED PG-13 Twenty years have passed since the first Independence Day movie crashed into theaters. When you watch the original movie, it ages pretty well. You don’t realize how long ago this movie actually came out (1996)—until you see the phones and computers they are using. Yikes. Independence Day: Resurgence is a blast for sci-fi […]

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Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice (2016)

RATED PG-13 Seeing Batman vs. Superman: Dawn of Justice was a unique experience for me. I have fairly mean things to say about Man of Steel (2013), and I have meaner things to say about Zack Snyder as a director. (Not that I’m opinionated or anything…) That said, even as a not-fan of Superman and an […]

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Finding Dory (2016)

RATED PG Thirteen years ago, Disney Pixar introduced us to a little clown fish looking for his son. Along for the ride was a forgetful blue tang fish who taught us all to “just keep swimming”. When it was announced that there would be a sequel to Finding Nemo over a decade after the original movie […]

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Alice Through the Looking Glass (2016)

RATED PG This movie…was a disappointment. Alice Through the Looking Glass takes place three years after Alice in Wonderland ends and we find Alice captain of her late father’s ship, the Wonder. And a quite capable captain at that. She returns to England to find that her family’s world is unraveling and in a sticky situation. […]

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Feed (Newsflesh series #1) by Mira Grant

Feed (published in 2010) by Mira Grant is a dystopian political zombie thriller set against the backdrop of a national political campaign. The story is told through blog posts and journal entries written by “newsie” Georgia Mason and her brother, an adventure-seeking “Irwin” reporter, Shaun Mason.   I love a good zombie story. I’m not […]

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The Jungle Book (2016)

RATED PG Two of our reviewers, September and Rachael, got together earlier this week to see Disney’s new, live action The Jungle Book together. Therefore, this is dual review from two perspectives! —Cat   Rachael: Having been raised on Disney movies, I had a wave of excitement—and a little bit of doubt—when I saw another Jungle Book […]

Pride & Prejudice & Zombies Review

Pride and Prejudice and Zombies (2016)

Rated PG-13 Oh, this movie was great fun. I had heard not great things about the book by Seth Grahame-Smith, but when I saw the first trailer for Pride and Prejudice and Zombies (PPZ) I had hopes for a ridiculous, roller coaster of a film. And PPZ delivered. Lizzie Bennet (Lily James) and her sisters […]

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Which genres of music are “safe” for Christians?

We recently got a question from someone asking if it was OK to listen to Twenty One Pilots. We get a lot of questions like that—from teens wondering if a certain band, musician, or genre of music is OK for them to listen to. Is it all right if you love Lady Gaga? Is it wrong […]

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Better off Friends by Elizabeth Eulberg

Better off Friends by Elizabeth Eulberg is a ridiculously cute YA novel that tells the story of main characters Macallan and Levi. Yes, Macallan is a girl, and Levi is a guy. But this isn’t your average romance book. This book tackles the age old question: Can a boy and girl really just be friends? […]


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