Jesus is a pretty big guy in the Western world - known as one of the head honchos in a common religion, a nice chap of good moral fibre, or at least a keen facial-hair enthusiast. Whoever you believe this historical figure to be, you will most likely know of him and the main 'plot points' of his story (immaculate conception through self-sacrifice) and recognise that christian or not, filmmakers have often used these personal traits and events in their work. The films in this collection all incorporate (obviously and less so) this character and/or story arc, and show an interesting range of uses for them in a culture saturated with this particular religion. Pictured: 'The Buddy Christ' - Kevin Smith brings Jesus to the kids in "Dogma".
During the presidential election of 1988, a teenager named Donnie Darko (Jake Gyllenhaal) sleepwalks out of his house one night, and sees a giant, dem... Read more
This 3 disc box set contains three of Bergman's signature dramas, exploring themes of alienation and faith. In 'Through a Glass Darkly', he confronts... Read more
Renny Harlin directs this controversial prequel chronicling Father Merrin's (Stellan Skarsgard) first encounter with the demon Pazuzu. Questioning his... Read more
When homicide cop Denzel Washington begins to investigate some brutal copycat murders, he starts to realise that there may be an explanation beyond th... Read more
AKA "Dieu Est Grand, Je Suis Toute Petite". Audrey Tautou stars as Michele, a 20-year-old model, whose recent break-up has sent her into a tailspin. O... Read more