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Giving Tuesday – December 3

More and more holidays are popping up that are dedicated to Americans purchasing new things. Billions of dollars will be spent on Black Friday and Cyber Monday alone, and while there’s definitely a benefit to purchasing your family’s favorite movies for a great price, many times the reason for giving is lost under all the consumerism. Many concerned Americans have seen this growing trend, and, thus, Giving Tuesday was born. On December 3, as… Continue reading

Tell the FCC not to proceed with plans to permit more “f-words” and nudity on television: letter

Share on Facebook  Share on Twitter May 8, 2013Dear Friend,American television already contains more vulgarity and nudity than should be permitted by the Federal Communications Commission (FCC). Now they are seeking public comment on a plan to reduce their responsibility to limit indecency.In an April 1 Public Notice the FCC announced that it has reduced its backlog of over one million consumer complaints about broadcast i… Continue reading


…rned. Set in an alternate reality, the movie opens with Cathy H. watching as her friend, Tommy D., gets ready to donate an organ in an operating room. Apparently, in this world, certain young people are bred to donate organs until they die, usually during the fourth organ donation, and Cathy cares for them as they do. Jump back to 1978 where young Cathy and Tommy are spending their childhood at Hailsham, a seemingly idyllic English boarding schoo… Continue reading

Church Attendance and Movies

  – Sources:  Gallup, 06/25/10, Variety, 01/04/12 (Page 20), and The Barna Group, 07/26/11. Weekly church attendance among adults in the United States is 43.1%, according to Gallup. If extrapolated to include children, the number of Americans attending regular church services weekly could be as high as 134.86 million people out of the 312.9 million people in America. Of that number, the Barna Group says 15% of adults, or 36.61 million peop… Continue reading

Sponsors Drop Ads on Playboy Show

  Comcast and NBC’s new show idolizing the “Sexual Revolution,” “The Playboy Club,” continued to bomb in its second week and lost many of its key sponsors. The show managed only 3.9 million viewers, which was down from the first week’s five million viewers. That was still only a third of what the top two shows in its timeslot earned, “Castle” and “Hawaii Five-O,” which had 11.9 and 11.1 million viewers, respectively. This meant that NBC again c… Continue reading

Girl Shoots Sister in Head While ‘Playing CSI’

An 11-year-old girl accidentally shot her 14-year-old sister in the head with a shotgun while “playing CSI,” authorities in Logansport, Ind. Said recently. The incident occurred Saturday morning, Sept. 24 while the two siblings were at home. The sisters were in separate rooms and pellets from the 20 gauge shotgun passed through a door jam and struck the 14-year-old sister. The 11-year-old told police she was mimicking the TV show when the gun w… Continue reading

Watching Adult Movies and TV Linked to Early Sexual Activity

Another study - this time a longitudinal tracking children from age 6 to 18 - shows that “the younger children are exposed to content intended for adults in television and movies, the earlier they become sexually active during adolescence.” The study looked at 754 children, 389 females and 365 males, during two stages of life, during childhood and five years later when they were 12 to 18. MOVIEGUIDE® and its staff is working hard to… Continue reading

Engaged Christian Students Fight Human Trafficking

By Sarah-Jane Murray, Contributing Writer  Christian students took a stand during the 2012 PASSION Conference in Atlanta, GA, proving through example that “Faith without acts is dead.” (source: CNN, 1/5/2012   The four-day PASSION Conference sold out to 42,000 college-age students and featured worship… Continue reading


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