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Jerry Roberts and Doug Heller are hosting a new podcast called “The Cave of Wonders,” a loving tribute to the special magic of Disney films. Episode one “looks into the tao of Disney and what it means to us and […]

Bonding over their love of music, three grade schoolers from Brooklyn spend their weekends playing heavy metal/speed punk in Times Square as “Unlocking the Truth.” When the band’s internet fame explodes and the music industry comes calling, Alec Atkins, Malcolm […]

This just might be the most accurate movie title of all time. Middle school is pretty much the worst years of everyone’s life. Terrible stress and tragedy happens at all ages, but it is the years from 12 to 14 […]

Nat Turner was an enslaved man in early 19th century Virginia who led other enslaved people in a rebellion against slaveholders thirty years before the Civil War. It led to the deaths of more than 50 white people and more […]

You can refuse. You can disagree. You can object. You can argue. But none of those words is as charged as “denial,” with its multiple uses all implying injustice, unfairness, even bullying. The title of this film establishes immediately that […]

“Father Joseph” is an inspiring new documentary from Floating World Pictures about a priest in Haiti who has helped Fondwa, one of the poorest communities in the world, to develop schools, a radio station, and a bank and to build […]

Bring LEGO Scooby-Doo home for Halloween! Scooby-Doo Haunted Hollywood is set in a LEGO world. the Scooby gang try to rescue an old movie studio, which is not only threatened by developers who want to tear it down, but by […]

“My Many Sons” follows the true story of legendary basketball coach Don Meyer (Judge Reinhold), who, despite becoming wheelchair-bound after a nearly fatal car wreck, passed Bobby Knight to become the most winning basketball coach in NCAA history. Produced by […]

Free October 6, 2016 from Audible through the end of October: an audio-original novella by bestselling author and master storyteller John Scalzi called “The Dispatcher.” This thrilling tale is performed by Zachary Quinto (“Star Trek,” “Snowden”). This story has never […]

When tunnels dug by a group of diamond-hunting drillasaurs threaten the Flatirons, Ty and the team plan to ward them off by overseeing a diamond excavation! See how treacherous they’ll need to dig in order to get themselves out of […]

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