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What is Missing in High Score, Netflix’s Nostalgia-fueled Docuseries on Classic Video Games?

There is another side to gaming culture that is missing from the Netflix Docuseries High Score

Church Nerds 26 | The “Social Dilemma” Dilemma

This week on Church Nerds, Bubba & Anna discuss the Netflix documentary "The Social Dilemma" and how it pertains to both nerd and church culture.

The Social Dilemma Exposes the Siren Call of Social Media

Do we understand the gravity of what the social internet has wrought? 

12 Family-Friendly Films to Broaden Your Horizons

Tired of watching Frozen or Harry Potter for the millionth time? Check out our list of lesser-known family-friendly films!

Church Nerds 20 | Books vs. Movies

Bubba & Anna discuss their thoughts and fears about the upcoming Netflix adaptation of The Chronicles of Narnia and then expand the conversation about the age old debate between books and movies, Narnia and beyond! PLUS: Coffee talk. Follow Church Nerds on Twitter!

How to Join an LTN Arcade Netflix Party

In order to join us for our LTN Arcade movie screenings, you need four things: a desktop or laptop computer (this will not work on a tablet or phone), a US-region Netflix account (or Netflix account that’s in a region that also has the specific show or movie we’re going to watch), the Google Chrome […]

Beastars and the Pain of Forbidden Love

Beastars shows the difficulty of love between incompatible people. Whether it's requited or not, sometimes denying that love is how to love someone best.

Free Play 85 | Trash Room & WrestleMEHnia

The self-isolation descent into insanity continues as Bubba, Matt, and Kate continue to document their activities (or lack thereof).

CHURCH NERDS 10 | Staying Entertained in Quarantine

Bubba & Anna share with you several ways you can spend your time in Virus isolation to keep you both entertained and productive!

Accepting Help in Hilda

Hilda wants to solve every problem herself, and gets in way over her head, which struck a chord with Madeline.