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The Kelly Files: White Christmas, White Santa

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Megyn Kelly looks into the television camera and speaks in a manner that suggests she thinks there are only white children in Santa Claus’s world. Read More »

DVD Review: ‘The Hive: A Very Buzzbee Christmas’

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Buzzbee is a 5-year-old bumblebee learning to navigate the world as the middle child and only boy of the family. Read More »

DVD Review: ‘Silent Night, Bloody Night’ (1974)

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The traditional helpings of red herring are on the loose as the townsfolk start dropping like flies and Diane gets into the fight of her life when she gets swept up into the murder spree. Read More »

TV Review: ‘Glee’ – ‘Previously Unaired Christmas’

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Perhaps it would have been better for Glee to take off this Christmas. Read More »

Music Reviews: Xmas Jazz from Nnenna Freelon and the John Brown Big Band, and David Ian

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These are two albums sure to brighten the 2013 Christmas season. Read More »

Manga Review: ‘Sweet Rein: Volume One’ by Sakura Tsukuba

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Two twists on the meaning of relationships. Read More »

Music Review: Alabama – ‘The Classic Christmas Album’

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Alabama provides warm, joyful Christmas music that celebrates family and the simple joys of the season. Read More »

It’s Beginning to Look A Lot Like Thanksgivukkah

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So this year drink your gin and tonica, play your harmonica, light you Menurkey, and eat your turkey. Oh, and watch some football if you dare. Read More »

DVD Review: ‘The Secret World of Santa Claus: Elves in Toyland’ and ‘The Secret World of Santa Claus: A Present for Santa’

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The characters and animation are bright and colorful and the episodes are designed to be enjoyed again and again during the Christmas season. Read More »

Blu-ray Review: ‘All Is Bright’

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All Is Bright is just another run-of-the-mill independent feature cast into the direct-to-video market hoping that the Christmas theme will catch shoppers’ eyes. Read More »