GUG Review: That Hideous Strength

My trilogy of reviews for CS Lewis’s Space Trilogy is complete! Last year, I reviewed Out of the Silent Planet and Perelandra. I loved both books! Lewis used his immense love of astronomy and medieval symbolism to craft a fascinating parable for man’s search for meaning within the universe and Joe other species of beingContinue reading “GUG Review: That Hideous Strength”

Book Review: The Magicians Nephew (1955)

It’s well known that the Narnia books all borrow elements from Christianity to form the backbone of their narrative. At time, the narrative can be mere suggestion or buried in subtext. In other books like The Lion, The Witch and the Wardrobe, the subtext is less subtle. Aslan is Narnia’s representation of the incarnate ChristContinue reading “Book Review: The Magicians Nephew (1955)”

Independent C.S. Lewis Biopic Wraps Production, To Be Released in 2021

Max McLean’s cinematic adaptation of his stage-play The Most Reluctant Convert has wrapped production in the United Kingdom. According to Deadline, the production has officially wrapped principal production and is on track for a 2021 release date. “Shot in and around Oxford, the film charts the spiritual journey of the renowned writer prior to theContinue reading “Independent C.S. Lewis Biopic Wraps Production, To Be Released in 2021”