As Oc-Tim-Ber continues on; this week Celeste takes a look at another Tim Burton classic, Beetlejuice! The ghost with the most was a terrible band-aid for Adam and Barbara's issues. Band-aids, however, were never meant to bring healing, they are a quick fix. So how do we take care of life issues? How do we avoid those bad Beetlejuice decisions?
Welcome to week 2 of Oc-Tim-ber! This week Dallas takes a look at Tim Burton's stop-motion masterpiece, The Nightmare Before Christmas. In this film, Jack, The Pumpkin King of Halloween Town, decides to try his hand at Christmas, but epically failed. Why did he fail? What does it have to do with his purpose? Does everyone have a purpose? Check out this episode for answers to these questions and more!
This week on Geek Devotions, Celeste takes a look at Tim Burton's The Corpse Bride! Emily (the Corpse Bride) is sadly a very bitter individual and her bitterness nearly kills an innocent man and breaks the heart of a young bride. While that's extreme, how does bitterness affect you?
Even if you removed the dialogue from the pages, you could still "feel" what was happening in the story. Crott's use of color in storytelling is a long lost art that I wish modern-day comic artists would take the time to remember.
This week on Geek Devotions Dallas discusses one of the most iconic Disney villains, Scar. with the recent release of their newest classic adaptation, Disney has given us a whole new view at Scar and his origins. In this, we learn something very interesting... Scar has been marred by more than Muffasa's paw, but he's been scarred by his bitterness.
Recently Celeste had the opportunity to watch Spirited Away. Here we meet Chihiro, a young lady who has sacrificed her name for the opportunity to save her family. But why her name? What's the power of a name?
Season 3 of Stranger Things came out last week, and it's a wild ride. In it Dustin, Steve, and new friend Robin spend a couple of episodes decoding a secret Russian communication. It's a complicated process as they seek the truth, does seeking God take the same amount of complication? Dallas takes time to look at this question and give some practical advice.