A mystery novelist finds herself at the mercy of a brutal serial killer in this adaptation of a Stephen King story that originally ran on the “Arts and Entertainment” Channel (A&E) before arriving on DVD.
March went out like a lion for movie lovers with four excellent films hitting the shelves offering the best in action, fantasy, and drama.
When I study the Easter story, I find so many parts of it are heartbreaking and yet so true to life.
BETSY LAYNE — The restoration and preservation of Betsy Layne Cemetery is the mission of a nonprofit group hosting a firewood giveaway on Saturday.
A better than average week for releases saw three no-brainers and one questionable epic among your choices.
Sometimes I make hospital visits with my beloved. Not always, but sometimes. A couple of weeks ago, I had the privilege of stopping with him to see a family in the ICU waiting room at Paul B. Hall.
Old school horror gets a facelift in this monster mash that finds Frankenstein's creation taking on an ancient Egyptian who isn't wrapped too tight.
A group of adventurers (with different agendas) journey into the Amazon jungle in this downbeat action flick from the guys who brought you the “American Ninja” movies.
One major release paled in comparison to a low budget horror/comedy/action flick and a trio of serials featuring a popular rebel swordsman.
Tonight I have the privilege of teaching our littles about David and Goliath. I will start out by telling them it is a very true story from the Bible. I sure don't want them thinking it's something Walt Disney came up with!
In January, a mission team from our church loaded medicine, Bible school supplies, plus loads of other stuff and headed to Haiti for a life-changing week. They went to minister to the impoverished people in Ouanaminthe, with a small medical clinic and...
The ghost of a deadly, and highly perturbed, ninja possesses an aerobics teacher/telephone repair technician in this Kung-fu styled mash up that blends elements of “The Exorcist” with a little “Enter the Ninja” and just a drop...
Renter had a fifty/fifty chance of getting a winner if they chose form the quartet of releases that dominated the shelves this week.
PRESTONSBURG — The Highlands Center for Autism congratulates Heather Bevins on her recent accomplishment of passing the Behavior Analyst Certification Board (BACB) exam and completing her certification. This achievement allows Bevins to become a...
A tired premise gets a fresh coat of paint, a cool cast, and decent special effects only to arrive D.O.A. in this ninety minute thriller that finds mercenaries battling a renegade angel in the Middle East.
February ended on a high note with two genre classics and two new films that combined for some fine entertainment for your rental dollar.
We bleed BLUE at the Reed household… UK Blue.
Jenny Wiley Theatre is accepting non-equity headshot/resume submissions for actors for leads and ensemble in the upcoming 2015 productions of “25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee,” “Shrek – The Musical,” and Little...