Death at the Movies: Hollywood’s Guide to the Hereafter by Lyn and Tom Davis Genelli received a rave review on the popular spirituality website Patheos.com.  Reviewer J. Ryan Parker says, “Like all good film criticism books, Death at the Movies reminds me of both why I love classics like It’s a Wonderful Life or Casablanca while introducing me to previously unknown films like Dead of Night (1945) or Purgatory (1999), which will almost surely become new favorites. On the flip side, their summaries of these films reveal that the art form not only embodies our collective fears, hopes, and dreams but pushes back against traditional expressions of religion when they do not address them compellingly enough.

Read the full review below or click here to read it on Patheos.com.

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Death at the Movies: Hollywood's Guide to the Hereafter by Lyn and Tom Davis GenelliDeath at the Movies is available on Amazon, Barnes & Noble, IndieBound and other friendly retailers.

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