The lives of two lovelorn spouses from separate marriages, a registered sex offender, and a disgraced ex-police officer intersect as they struggle to resist their vulnerabilities and temptations.
A mute child arrives at a children's home and starts terrorizing the other children with her demonic powers.
Remember Lynn. You will see her again. The legendary Herk Harvey (CARNIVAL OF SOULS) knows how to bring fear to a small town. Fear, here, arrives with two initials: the letter "V" and the letter "D" (and I think we all know what that means). Unfortunately, Lynn falls for the wrong guy. Things go a bit too far after their date at the dance. What could happen? Enough, if you're not careful.
Deborah Hayes is charged with murdering her son Michael, aged 8 months. In the Police Interview Room, suffering from the immediate after-shock of the event, Deborah explains to two police officers and her solicitor why she gave her suffering son her own sleeping tablets and then attempted suicide herself.
Miss Sidley, an experienced, no-nonsense teacher starts to lose her bearings when she suspects one of her students, Robert, is not quite human. In a momentary reflection in her eyeglasses she thinks she may have seen Robert changing into a monster. She soon discovers that not only does Robert change, but he may not be the only one of his kind. Sidley must get rid of them before it's too late.
O Come, Little Children features classic Christmas songs beloved by children and adults everywhere. Performed by the world-renowned Mormon Tabernacle Choir, accompanied by the Orchestra at Temple Square, and featuring the singularly beautiful voice of acclaimed tenor Rolondo Villazon, this album takes the listener on a joyful journey through timeless classics that celebrate the season. Rolando's powerful tenor voice shines on classic carols "I Saw Three Ships," "Deck the Hall," and "We Three Kings." Delightful renditions of "Christmas Children" from Scrooge and "Parade of the Wooden Soldiers" are performed by the Orchestra at Temple Square, followed by Rolando's tender reading of the celebrated short story "The Little Match Girl," by Charles Dickens. This album will whisk you away to once again see the childlike wonder of Christmas.
Recently divorced first-grade schoolteacher suspects her class have been overtaken by creatures and are now posing as doppelgänger children.
Through this film children will begin to understand the Real Presence of our Lord in the Eucharist. They will encounter Jesus in the solemnity of the Mass, the quiet of adoration, and the splendor of a Corpus Christi procession. Children will also experience the Lord through the traditional beauty of the Church, the sacred music and the vibrant spirit of host Jennifer Naimo, who brings her Broadway talent to this ministry to little children.
A concert and skits by the band Jump Little Children at the Music Farm in Charleston, SC. Live performance at the Music Farm in Charleston, SC PLUS a skit where each band member performs and at the end of the DVD you pick your favorite member....also bonus footage from their North American tour including skiing in Colo., synchronized swimming in Salt Lake City and singing of the National Anthem in Boston. Copyright 2002
The boy is sleeping. He has nightmares. He wakes up, but they don’t go anywhere.
Alex tells the children in his class what he wants to be when he grows up; after he uses an "adult word", his teacher tries to make the children understand it revealing a devastating past experience.
A strict elderly teacher suddenly begins to seem (or not to appear?) That the students in her class are no longer children, but terrible monsters, pursuing their mysterious goals.
A young boy and girl travel in a strange car and encounter various objects which come alive to help them. Eventually they leave the Earth altogether and visit a strange, new planet.
Little Children, Big Challenges: Divorce is a Sesame Street video and resource guide, created as the first installment in a series about children's resilience. A previous attempt at discussing the topic, Snuffy's Parents Get a Divorce, remains unaired. The newer effort presents Abby Cadabby's parents' divorce in the past tense.