Travel Thru History is a family travel television show and blog focused on traveling to cities around the globe and learning their history.
The Mountain is an incredible true story of a girl named Amy who, in dealing with the PTSD of witnessing her father's tragic death, finds herself in a Neuro-Rehab Center. Amidst the chaos of her stay, Amy seeks comfort in the arms of a staff member.
Oscar(R) winners Al Pacino ('Scent of a Woman'), Meryl Streep ('Kramer vs. Kramer') and Emma Thompson ('Howards End') star in this two-part film directed by Mike Nichols ('The Graduate') and written by Tony Kushner, based on his Pulitzer-winning play.
A hand-picked selection of 47 of the rarest, bloodiest and goriest horror/action movie trailers ever assembled! The trailers are being presented by the drooling half-wit, cannibal projectionist, Mad Ron, who, for safety reasons is chained between the projectors!
Unemployed Dan (Darren Matthews) reluctantly attends an interview on Christmas Eve only to find himself thrust into humiliating rounds of role-play by self-absorbed boss, Carla Cranston (Janis Ahern). As he heads home to face unresolved family issues, there is little festive cheer left for Dan; until an unexpected visitor arrives.
Released just after the end of WWII and winning seven Oscars, including Best Picture, Actor (Frederic March) and Director (William Wyler), this classic perfectly captures the impact on the lives of returning veterans...Sergeant Al Stephenson (March), bombardier Fred Derry (Dana Andrews), and sailor Homer Parrish (Harold Russell), who has lost both of his hands.
In a small patch of the Mojave desert called Sin's Kitchen, three dark and complex tales amalgamate and explore the hidden depths of man's soul. En route to Los Angeles, mobster Vinnie Bardoza and his sidekick Joe enjoy lunch as they bury Fat Eddie, a man who later comes back to haunt them. Six graduate students road trip to Sin's Kitchen in order to solve an inextricable scientific puzzle.