Whoever penned the phrase “March madness” named it perfectly! I have watched entirely too much basketball lately. My mind is still a little fried! How do people do this? Sports are exhausting!
A phony mystic teams up with a Native American medicine man to save the world from a deadly sorcerer in this final horror flick from Kentucky's best genre filmmaker William Girdler.
Three hits and only one miss made for a better than average chance of fine entertainment for renters this week.
I grew up in church—praise the Lord! Though I didn't always want to go, I went to Sunday morning church, Sunday night church and was there on Wednesday nights. I always went to Sunday School and was promoted up at the appointed time. We...
Only one dud this week as renters got to view several films that highlighted the dark and dangerous history of new York City which is depicted as being very cruel to immigrants.
A drunken deputy in a small town in Saskatchewan finds that he is a much better police officer after getting in touch with his inner beast in this action comedy from Canada.
PRESTONSBURG — Art for the Heart, a workshop series aimed at creating expressions of grief and art as a healing process, is set for its first session next week.
PRESTONSBURG — Jenny Wiley State Resort Park is hosting an evening with filmmaker, musician and author Michael Crisp, featuring both original songs and the premiere of his latest documentary, this Friday at 7 p.m.
April didn't fool any renters this week as three solid dramas hit the shelves alongside an old reliable action hero knocking a few heads together.
The Chiller Channel premiered this “monster in the woods” flick that finds two groups taking refuge in a battered home from a mysterious, and decidedly hungry, beast.
This time a few years ago I was getting ready for total hip replacement surgery. Every day I thank God for what He did for me! (I still pray for my doctors!)
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.