Last Updated on Wednesday, 12 May 2010 12:53 Posted by Clash Wednesday, 12 May 2010 12:45
This video shows another reason to have an iPhone of iPod touch.
Last Updated on Friday, 23 April 2010 11:50 Posted by Clash Friday, 23 April 2010 11:45
Just weeks after releasing the critically acclaimed Somewhere Down the Road, Amy Grant will be seen on ABC’s Nightline tonight, April 23.
The celebrated singer will be featured in the show’s playlist segment which has also covered Jennifer Hudson, Keith Urban and more. Nightline airs weeknights at 11:35 p.m., ET on ABC. For more information on the show, visit http://abcnews.go.com/Nightline/.
Posted by Clash Thursday, 22 April 2010 12:08
Now Available on DVD for a Limited Time... plus, win an iPad!
The ratings are in and it's official... You helped make Secrets of the Mountain Friday's most watched program and one of the highest rated TV movies of the year. A clear message has been sent: American families want more, high-quality programming that they can enjoy together. And because of you, more options are now in development! Thank you!
Posted by Clash Wednesday, 14 April 2010 14:06
The Afters’ “Never Going Back to OK” will be featured on the upcoming soundtrack of the family friendly film “Secrets of the Mountain.” Hand-picked for the soundtrack by GRAMMY ® Award winning producer and music supervisor for the film and soundtrack, Randy Jackson, The Afters’ music will be featured with the likes of Taylor Swift, Carrie Underwood, Jordin Sparks and more on the soundtrack.
Last Updated on Monday, 22 March 2010 11:24 Posted by Clash Thursday, 25 March 2010 11:10
Given the synopsis and content, concerned moviegoers can decide if the new releases are suitable for viewing. For detailed reviews of the newest film releases from a family perspective, please go to previewonline.org.
FILM SYNOPSIS: This made-for-television drama stars Kimberly Williams-Paisley (“According to Jim,” “Father of the Bride” Parts I and II) as Ida Graber, an Amish woman dealing with the tragic loss of her daughter after the shooting by a crazed outsider who swore vengeance on God after his own baby girl died. The true story is about the aftermath of the 2006 schoolhouse shooting in the Amish community of Nickel Mines, Pennsylvania. The book’s title best summarizes the production’s theme – “Amish Grace: How Forgiveness Transcended Tragedy.”
Posted by Clash Saturday, 30 January 2010 16:36
Posted by Clash Tuesday, 26 January 2010 13:22
Based on a true story, this family-friendly series follows the adventures of a young, hearing impaired woman who has a special gift and goes to work for the FBI in Washington, D.C. She's one hard-headed, soft-hearted woman whose talent for reading lips helps crack crimes and bag the bad guys in places listening devices can't penetrate. With her hearing-ear dog, Levi, Sue's a glutton for jeopardy – and there's (almost) nothing she won't do to bring notorious criminals to justice. This remarkable, edge-of-your-seat drama is an inspiring tribute to the ability of the human spirit to overcome adversity and achieve great things.
Last Updated on Monday, 08 February 2010 16:42 Posted by Clash Monday, 18 January 2010 13:15
This week Fox Premiered "Human Target", a TV show about a man who is paid to serve as an undercover bodyguard for people until their would-be killer's reveal themselves, at which point our hero takes them out.
Based on a DC comics character, this series departs from the original concept (at least in the Pilot) by having the hero pretend to be someone associated with the target, rather than assuming the identity of the target himself through disguises and make-up. Although the original concept is much more unique and interesting, it was likely ditched for two reasons. First, convincing disguises are easier to buy into on the comic book page than in live action. Second, avoiding "disguises" allows the series to be carried by a consistent lead actor, instead of a number of guest stars who would be playing the hero as he "impersonates them". Either approach has appealing traits but the choice made this time seems to be the better one. (If I remember correctly, the first approach was attempted and failed in an early 90's "Human Target" TV show.)
Last Updated on Tuesday, 08 December 2009 17:31 Posted by Clash Tuesday, 08 December 2009 16:17
...now continue the journey as the third film in the Christmas Hope Series follows Patricia (Madeleine Stowe) and Mark Addison (James Remar), a couple in a troubled marriage. When Patricia, a social worker, brings home a foster child who has no place to go on Christmas, they set aside their differences to give the young girl a special holiday. Beloved character Nathan Andrews (Ian Ziering) returns in The Christmas Hope, bringing the stories full circle.
Last Updated on Saturday, 17 October 2009 09:50 Posted by Clash Saturday, 17 October 2009 09:41
Inspired Ambition is a television series following Erica Lane, an up-and-coming artist in the Christian music industry. After leaving her career as a school teacher and embracing the music world, her travels and experiences constantly remind her that life is full of obstacles, but it is more than worth it to see a change in people due to her efforts. She remains true to her no-charge policy for concerts and often gives CDs away on a donation basis. Her artistry is simply part of her ministry, and God continues to open the doors for new adventures. Although she openly accepts failure and rejection as part of the calling to music, watchers will also rejoice with her in those exciting, fulfilling moments of making strides in her new-found career.
Each episode features interviews from top music artists and other influential Christians in media and ministry.
Posted by Clash Monday, 12 October 2009 17:55
JCTV is a Christian youth network designed for the 13 - 30 age group. What makes JCTV different is that while most television networks are profit driven, meaning that they need to get something out of their viewers regardless of the social or emotional impact on their lives. JCTV wants to put back into the lives of our viewers by giving them programming that is not only entertaining but also builds up the viewer both individually and together as a community.
For more information, visit: www.jctv.org
Last Updated on Monday, 12 October 2009 17:39 Posted by Clash Monday, 12 October 2009 17:34