Family Film ‘Snow White’s Christmas Adventure’ Due Digitally Dec. 19

The family film Snow White’s Christmas Adventure arrives via on demand and digital purchase Dec. 19 from Lionsgate.

In the film, when the wicked queen bewitches Snow White’s beloved prince just before Christmas, the beautiful princess must gather her friends, reverse the curse, and show the queen the true meaning of the holiday season. Elijah Rowen, Rayna Campbell, and Jennifer Mischiati star in a lighthearted twist on the classic tale.

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Family Film ‘A Sunday Horse’ Available on Digital and DVD Sept. 12 From Distribution Solutions

The family film A Sunday Horse will be released on digital and DVD Sept. 12 from 4 Digital Media and Distribution Solutions.

Inspired by the true story of horse rider Debi Walden, the film follows Debi as she defies the odds against her — first, by becoming a top competitor in a field reserved for the wealthy, and then by surviving a near-fatal riding accident. In virtual isolation, supported only by the loyalty of her sponsor, she forces herself through painful rehab. Fueled by sheer force of will and fierce courage, Debi wins the U.S. national jumping championship on a horse once slated for slaughter.

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The film stars Nikki Reed (Twilight, Thirteen), Linda Hamilton (Dante’s Peak, Terminator 2: Judgement Day), William Shatner (“Star Trek,” Star Trek V: The Final Frontier) and Ving Rhames (Pulp Fiction, Mission Impossible II).


Dove-Approved Family Film ‘Future TX’ Due in Theaters March 10, Via On Demand April 18 From Level 33

Level 33 Entertainment will release the Dove-approved (for 12-plus), family sci-fi adventure Future TX in theaters exclusively in Arizona, California, Missouri, Nebraska, Ohio, Tennessee and Virginia starting March 10 and via on demand April 18. 

An original high concept adventure — described as taking inspiration from the classic British sci-fi sensibility of “Doctor Who” and “Back to the Future” — taps into the question that a lot of kids have: Is my future already determined?

In the film, when a couple of tweens get their first cell phones, the phones ring at the same time. A mystery man (caller display “Future TX”) says he’s from the future and needs the kids’ help.

Future TX is written, directed and produced by Tim Clague and Danny Stack, the team known for family films and the kids’ TV series “Who Killed Nelson Nutmeg?,” and features British comedy star Griff Rhys Jones, who takes on a dual role in the film, playing twins, one a crazy scientist, the other the scheming villain.

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Rounding out the cast are Doug Cockle (voice of the “Witcher” games), Nicole Faraday (Kill Kane, Top Dog), Christos Lawton (The Terror, “Downton Abbey”), Catriona Knox (“Black Mirror”), Arran Kemp and Adele Congreve.


Theatrical screenings are at:

Harkins Theatres Chino Hills 18  
Crossroads Entertainment Center 
3070 Chino Ave. 
Chino Hills, CA 91709

Harkins Theatres Chandler Fashion 20 
3159 W Chandler Blvd.
Chandler, AZ 85226

Marcus ARNOLD 14
1912 Richardson Road 
Arnold, MO 63010

14304 W Maple Road
Omaha, NE 68164

200 Hutchinson Ave. 
Columbus, OH 43235

Rocky Top 10 Cinema 
1251 Interstate Drive
Crossville, TN 38555

Sunchase Cinema 8  
215 Sunchase Blvd.
Farmville, VA 23901

Family Film ‘Centurian: The Dancing Stallion’ Due Digitally April 25

Lionsgate will release the family film Centurian: The Dancing Stallion via digital sellthrough and on demand April 25.

Based on a true story, the film is about a young woman’s bond with her horse and the incredible power of the human spirit. Amber Midthunder (Prey, “Roswell, New Mexico,” “Legion”) and Billy Zane (Titanic) star in the tale of overcoming adversity and finding strength from unexpected places. The journey begins as Ellissia (Midthunder) adopts a white stallion to train in the art of Mexican horse dancing. As she starts teaching the handsome but previously abused Centurion, Ellissia falls critically ill, which keeps her from competing in a celebrated equestrian event. Under the watchful eyes of her father (Zane), new ranch hand Danny (Aramis Knight, “Into the Badlands”) steps in as trainer, hoping to win the competition — and, perhaps, Ellissia’s heart.

The film also stars Michael Cimino (“Love, Victor”), Patricia DeLeon (Station 19) and Sal Lopez (Black Panther: Wakanda Forever).

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Faith-Based Family Drama ‘An Unlikely Angel’ Due on Digital and DVD March 21 From Mill Creek

The faith-based family drama An Unlikely Angel is headed to digital and DVD March 21 from Pinnacle Peak Pictures and Mill Creek Entertainment.

The film follows Janie Caswell, successful, married and very pregnant, who is about to have it all — career, family, success — when she is blindsided by a vehicle and wakes up six years in the future where “having it all” is not what she expected. Will the chance meeting with an angel be an answer to her prayers?

An Unlikely Angel stars Jillian Murray (Code Black, Cabin Fever 3: Patient Zero), Sam J. Jones (Ted, Flash Gordon) and Aaron Mees (All Is Calm, Christmas in the Pines) and is directed by Durrell Nelson. 

The film spent two months as the No. 1 film on PureFlix after its initial launch. 

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Family Faith Drama ‘Running the Bases’ Headed to 4K Ultra HD, Blu-ray and DVD Feb. 21

The family faith drama Running the Bases will be released on 4K Ultra HD, Blu-ray Disc and DVD Feb. 21 from Mill Creek Entertainment and Distribution Solutions.

In the film, when a small-town baseball coach gets the offer of a lifetime from a larger 6A high school, he uproots his family and leaves the only home he’s ever known. But as a man of faith, he soon faces extreme opposition to his coaching methods from the school superintendent.

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The film stars Brett Varvel (The War Within, Miracle on Christmas, American Underdog), Gigi Orsillo (Hope for the Holidays, Still PitchingPursuit of Freedom), Todd Terry (“Breaking Bad,” “Fear the Walking Dead,” “Better Call Saul”) and Cameron Arnett (I Still Believe, Overcomer, and “Star Trek: The Next Generation”).

Family Film ‘The Quest for Tom Sawyer’s Gold’ Due Digitally March 28

The family adventure The Quest for Tom Sawyer’s Gold will be released via digital sellthrough and on demand March 28 from Lionsgate.

The film, in the spirit of National Treasure, stars Patrick Muldoon (“Melrose Place”) and Joey Lauren Adams (Chasing Amy) and follows a family who must use the classic book The Adventures of Tom Sawyer to uncover a vast treasure trove. In the film, Antony and his two friends believe Tom Sawyer’s vast treasure is hidden nearby, so they search for it using clues from the classic novel and a series of maps. When Antony’s mom Agatha joins the search, she turns out to be a tough, smart explorer herself. But Agatha’s old rival (Muldoon) is also on the hunt.

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Family Film ‘Heart of a Champion’ Due Digitally Feb. 21 From Saban

The family film Heart of a Champion is headed to theaters Feb. 17, and will be available via on demand and digital sellthrough Feb. 21 from Saban Films. 

Starring Casper Van Dien, Edward Furlong and YaYa Gosselin, the film follows Charlie (Gosselin), a 14-year-old coping with the divorce of her parents, a new school and typical teenage growing pains who finds purpose and pride in a lost horse she cares for and trains for a state competition.

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Comedy ‘Lyle, Lyle, Crocodile’ Headed to Digital Nov. 22, Disc Dec. 13

Sony Pictures Home Entertainment will release the comedy Lyle, Lyle, Crocodile on digital Nov. 22 and on 4K Ultra HD, Blu-ray Disc and DVD Dec. 13.

The film earned $72.6 million at the global box office.

In the film, when the Primm family moves to New York City, their young son Josh struggles to adapt to his new school and new friends. All of that changes when he discovers Lyle — a singing crocodile who loves baths, caviar and great music — living in the attic of his new home. The two become fast friends, but when Lyle’s existence is threatened by evil neighbor Mr. Grumps, the Primm’s must band together with Lyle’s charismatic owner Hector P. Valenti to show the world that family can come from the most unexpected places and there’s nothing wrong with a big singing crocodile with an even bigger personality.

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Home video extras include:

  • “Croc and Roll – Lyle On Set”;
  • a featurette on the cast; and
  • and two music videos, “Top of the World” and “Carried Away,” by Pasek & Paul (The Greatest Showman).

The 4K Ultra HD, Blu-ray and digital editions will also include:

  • karaoke versions of the original songs “Top of The World,” “Rip Up the Recipe,” “Take a Look at Us Now,” and “Carried Away” from Pasek & Paul (The Greatest Showman);
  • a featurette in which Shawn Mendes and Javier Bardem, alongside the cast and filmmakers, alternate reading excerpts from the book that set the world of Lyle, Lyle, Crocodile in motion;
  • a blooper reel;
  • a deleted scene.



Family-Friendly Adventure ‘Secret Headquarters’ Due on Digital Nov. 22, Blu-ray and DVD Dec. 20

The family-friendly adventure Secret Headquarters will arrive on digital Nov. 22 and on Blu-ray and DVD Dec. 20 from Paramount Home Entertainment.

The film originally debuted on the streaming service Paramount+.

In the film, Charlie and his friends stumble upon the headquarters of the Guard (Owen Wilson) and realize the world’s most powerful superhero is Charlie’s dad. When an evil businessman (Michael Peña) sends in a team to infiltrate the lair and retrieve the Guard’s energy source, the youngsters spring into action and turn the tables on the intruders.

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The digital and Blu-ray releases include more than 30 minutes of bonus content featuring Wilson and Peña. This includes the cast and crew reflecting on their time on set, a gag reel, deleted/extended scenes, and featurettes on how the Secret Headquarters was built, the stunt choreography, and the special effects.