Week two of our "I heart Japanese Monsters Month!" This week Celeste is taking look at episode 33 of 1967's Ultraman, "The Forbidden Phrase." In this episode Celeste saw a young man go through an interesting trial that developed some amazing Character. But why is character important? Check out this episode and find out!
It's officially the start of I Heart Japanese Monsters Month! This month Dallas takes a look at 1961's Mothra! In this devotional Dallas takes explores the themes of the film as a launch pad to talk about the Justice of God.
The Changling's Daughter is a delightful re-telling of a classic quest tale. The spin is that Bryn is unhappy with the lot in life that Goblins, which she just found out she was apart of this race, are in fact the bad guys.
This week on Geek Devotions! Celeste is taking a look at DisneyPlus' Lady and The Tramp! This "live-action" remake of the Disney Classic brings forth an interesting theme of loving people even if they don't come from the same background as you. Celeste uses this as a conversational piece to talk about how we should respond to the people of the world, even those we don't like.
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?
Celeste wraps up our Gotham City Gospel Month with a look at Batman: Bad Blood! This movie featured a very intense scene where Batman's family friends are both in danger and his only hope. Often people wonder why Batman has friends... well Bad Blood answer that question. This scene reminded Celeste of the need for friends and made her ask, why did Jesus have friends?
This week, the news came out that Peter Mayhew has passed away. And the world of geek-dom has lost one of it's beloved Giants. Mr.Mayhew is best known as the man behind our favorite Wookie, but his accomplishments and impact on the world are much farther reaching than that.