While movie studios are having a hard time releasing new films during COVID-19, streaming services are doing great with indie films. Amazon’s Prime Video’s offerings have been a little hit … Continue Reading Amazon Prime’s ‘Chemical Hearts’
For two couples the future unfolds in different decades and different places, but a hidden connection will bring them together in a way no one could have predicted. Based on … Continue Reading ‘2 Hearts’ Coming to a Theater Near You (We Hope)
One of the most anticipated movies for 2020 has been pushed back to 2021 due to COVID 19, but there is a lot of talk already about MGM’s Respect, the … Continue Reading Give Jennifer Hudson Some ‘Respect’
Maybe blame it on COVID-19 and the fact that none of us have been in a theater for months or maybe we don’t hang out in the right places, but … Continue Reading Michael Jr. is the ‘Selfie Dad’
In light of recent events, Warner Bros. Pictures has made its 2019 film, Just Mercy free to rent on digital platforms during the month of June. The movie which stars … Continue Reading ‘Just Mercy’ Availble to Stream Free in June
Since this post was written, Zondervan quietly announced that “Nine: The Enneagram Documentary” which was to be released in the fall of 2020 would be halted indefinitely due to allegations … Continue Reading The First Enneagram Documentary
SCOOB! will be available for a 48-hour rental or premium digital ownership beginning on Friday, May 15, 2020.
Read the movie reviewMeet the directors of the movieAsk Jeremy Camp your questionsEnter the contest What a time for a movie to come out. I Still Believe was the #2 … Continue Reading Win a Copy of ‘I Still Believe’
“If you watch one of our films, you know that we’ve experienced something that has profoundly moved us and that we’re trying to translate that to the audience,”
Writer and director Andrew Heckler, explains how he went undercover as a white supremacist for research for his movie, “Burden.”
Did you miss Overcomer when it came to theaters earlier this year? If so, you missed what has been called the “#1 Inspirational Family Film of 2019″ and is now available on home video.
“The Star,” the animated Christmas tale of the nativity, returns to theaters for two days in December.