Gary visits in-studio with the hosts of RealLife on the Cornerstone Television Network to discuss his latest book, Wars and Rumors of Wars.
Gary DeMar joins hosts Julio Rodriguez, Steve Denhartog, and Shane Kirk on BRIDGE Radio to talk all things eschatology and The Olivet Discourse and his newest book Wars and Rumors of Wars. Gary is an American writer, lecturer, and was president of American Vision. Gary DeMar is Senior Fellow at American Vision and the author of 25 […]
Can you recite the name all 44 of the American Presidents? Could your children tell you highlights of what each one did while in office? When the average person is trying to recite the names of the American Presidents, they usually get lost shortly after Jefferson, leaving a big gap in their understanding of history, […]
In this final episode in The Valley Forge‘s Online History Tour with our friend Dr. Marshall Foster and battlefield historian Bill Potter, we visit the climatic battlefield of the southern campaign in the War for American Independence and find out how the outcome of this battle led to victory at Yorktown. It’s an encouraging story […]
Can you imagine a major battle in an American War today being fought by an army of organized citizens who have well-trained themselves in the exercise of their Second Amendment rights? That’s exactly what you had in the battle at King’s Mountain in South Carolina in the War for Independence! See this newest episode with […]
Crown Rights Media recently recorded a series of video interviews with me and its host “the Chocolate Knox,” speaking about practical applications of controversial theology. You can see all these videos as they’re released at http://www.crownrights.org/.
After the interview with the Atlanta Live television program, each guest was invited to come together for a panel discussion about our differing views on Bible prophecy, the cultural implications, as well as what we have in common. You can view these panel discussions in the video embedded above. I think one thing everyone of […]
After sinking the U.S.S. Yorktown in the battle of Midway, the Japanese thought they saw a ghost ship when the carrier appeared again in battle a few months later. Do you know why? Find out in episode 4 of the Online History Tour. In this episode, battlefield historian Bill Potter takes us on board the […]
2011 had it’s fair share of awful films. To help you weed through the muck of Hollywood trash, we’ve sifted through our archives to see which films stood out the most in Movieology’s reviews. Here are the best of the best films that we evaluated during 2011. While we may not have seen every film, we did our best to catch all the potential “greats.”
Movieology fans are quite a unique breed. We checked to see which films mattered most to you over the course of 2011 (statistically speaking). Here are the top five films that garnered the most reads and comments from our website’s visitors. Some of the films here you might not expect since they were not necessarily great films! So why do they appear to be so relevant to us?
‘Mission: Impossible’ baffles your mind with it’s larger-than-life daring do’s by the indefatigable spy of the IMF, Ethan Hunt. In this tall tale, he’s up against Russian terrorists that will stop at nothing to destroy mankind. “Oh, my goodness!” So does ‘Ghost Protocol’ prove yet again that there really isn’t such a thing as ‘the impossible’ for these secret agents? Is director Brad Bird’s debut to live-action filmmaking live up to his roster of family-oriented animated films? Find out now on Movieology!
‘J. Edgar’ sorely disappointed Clint Eastwood’s fans and critics alike. Oddly enough, however, it still has received praise and awards in spite of itself. Many believe it will still be lauded at the Academy Awards and receive multiple nominations. Is this justifiable? Are the critics and audiences out of their minds for not giving honor to this art where it is due? Or is the truth as complicated and nefarious as this latest film with a homosexual agenda? Find out now on Movieology!
The Muppets are back to the cinema after twelve long agonizing years for fans that withstood the brunt in the interim of terrible, terrible, terrible Muppet telefilms. The Muppet gang (along with Disney) are trying to bring back their former glory. Can guest celebrity appearances and a big budget turn the tide? Will ‘The Muppets’ be recognized as a sensational, celebrational, muppetational movie by old and new fans? Find out now on Movieology!
‘Hugo’ is the astonishing adventures of a boy who lives in a Paris train station, and the enigmatic owner of a toy shop there. Hugo Cabret is a wily and resourceful lad whose quest to unlock a secret left to him by his father will transform Hugo and all those around him to reveal a secret and loving place he can call home.
‘Breaking Dawn Part 1’ is the fourth installment of the ‘Twilight Saga’, a love story involving an out-of-place teenage girl and her “vegetarian” vampire love interest. Does this series donate fresh blood to the tired vampire mythos, or is it merely a sappy melodrama intent on sucking your will to live? Find out now on Movieology!
The cat that needs no introduction, Puss in Boots, is back (from the ‘Shrek’ film series) with a movie adventure of his own! The story is his rise to legendary status as a criminal, hero, and “the furry lover.” The friendship that turns rotten between Puss and Humpty Dumpty is loaded with themes of loyalty and betrayal as they seek to find mercy and justice together. Is this spinoff family flick purrrrfect? Or is it worthy of the litter box? Find out now on Movieology!
Dancing, loud music, and rebellious teenagers. The 2011 remake of a 1984 classic is on the schedule for today. Footloose is back after a 27-year hiatus. But does it succeed? Is it worth seeing? Find out on this week’s Movieology…