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Enola Holmes and the Goodness of Telling Old Stories from New Perspectives – Christ and Pop Culture

Every other Tuesday inStoried,K. B. Hoyleexplores the ways our cultural narratives act on us individually and in society as a whole. The world arguably does not need another adaptation of Arthur Conan Doyles famous detective. Sherlock Holmes screen interpretations are numerouslegion, even. Since the publication of the first Sherlock Holmes story in 1887 (A Study... Read more

Seeing and Believing 265 | Harry Bradbeer’s Enola Holmes and Orson Welles’s Touch of Evil

Detectives are the name of the game on Seeing & Believing this week. Netflix’s new film starring Stranger Things‘ Millie Bobby Brown has arrived, adding to the Sherlock Holmes Cinematic Universe with Enola Holmes. Brown plays the famous Sherlock’s younger sister, who embarks on her own sleuthing adventure involving the disappearance of her mother and... Read more