Lance and Mary Vaught

Christian entertainment is becoming evermore popular and abundant in today’s culture. Faith-based films began to see a resurgence thanks primarily to the overwhelming success of The Passion of the Christ in 2004, and now they’re being produced and marketed at a near whiplash-inducing pace.

As the industry continues to grow, all sorts of inspirational genres are coming about, with demo-targeted films making their way into theaters and high-priced Christian bookstores all over the country.

However, despite the explosion in Christian entertainment, there haven’t really been any web sites developed with the “soul” purpose of reviewing the spiritual and artistic content in these films.

Until now.

Cruciflicks is proud to be one of the first and only sites to offer fun and entertaining reviews on as many Christian movies as we can possibly get our hands on.

Our reviews are presented from both a male and female perspective, to maintain a nice gender balance for each film. Added on top of that, the Cruciflicks critics are both Christians, and they’re both married. To each other. Yes, there will probably be drama.

Anyway, feel free to chime in with your thoughts as well, either through our online polls or by posting any comments you might have. You can also e-mail us at if you’d like to suggest a movie for us to review, or if you just want to offer any additional feedback. Either way, just talk to us.

Enjoy your visit and, by all means, check back often. We’re always on the lookout for all kinds of Christian films, from new releases to hard-to-find selections, so you should be able to find what you’re looking for, at least in time.

God bless you, and thanks for stopping by.

Lance and Mary Vaught
Founders of Cruciflicks


8 responses »

  1. taylor21 says:

    If your open to suggestions…The Bible Collection has a very well done series in my opinion. I particulary like The Bible Collection: Paul. It seems like your website is geared toward more recent films but if you looking for something to review in slow months I think The Bible Collection is one of the better series. The Bible Collectiion: David was also done very well.

    • Cruciflicks says:

      Thanks for the suggestions. We do plan on reviewing some older movies in the future (we actually have a lengthy list of films that date back to the 1950s), but we wanted to go ahead and launch the site with some recent titles that viewers may have seen.

      We’ll definitely look into The Bible Collection series, and we really appreciate the heads up.

  2. Anonymous says:

    How about the Sons of God trilogy?

  3. daleward1 says:

    Would love to hear your take on “Ragman.”

  4. Anonymous says:

    What about…? How is your review different? thx

    • Cruciflicks says:

      The Dove Foundation is a wonderful resource when checking into different movies and their content. They tend to conduct their reviews in regards to how films relate to us spiritually and Biblically, as well as what the overall message of each movie conveys. We do the same thing here at Cruciflicks, but we also dig into how well the stories are structured, as well as how the movies look technically and how well they’re acted, directed, and so on. We’re also a lot more blunt in our critiques, providing an unsugarcoated approach on what worked and what needed to be improved in each film.

      Thanks for the great question.

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