Like previous Disney musicals, Moana is a gorgeous film, with beautiful animation, cultural diversity, and phenomenal music. But underneath that story, there’s a subversion that catches the attention of those with an eye on theology, using Polynesian mythology in a way that is very reminiscent of The Fall itself.
You probably haven’t heard of Nadia Reid. But this indie New Zealander has crafted a folk album that is simple and low-key, with an optimistic tone. That trio could be an insult in rock or pop, but in folk music, it makes for one of my favorite albums so far this year.
From “Arrow in the Knee” memes to sidequest distractions, Skyrim has created a gaming subculture that is all its own. For better or for worse, the game (and the Elder Scrolls series) has had an impact on the culture. But which is it?
Media can be used for great good. But, as we all know, it can do great harm as well. That’s really in the message more than the medium, but there are certain forms of media that have gotten a really bad rap. Video Games is one of them. But, contrary to what many may think, video games are not inherently harmful. Here are five reasons why.