Hulu Plus on Roku : Watch Shows without Commercial Interruptions

Having an HD television is great. Motion pictures are a lot more visible and clearer for you. But even if you have a HD television but you keep missing your favorite television shows, it is totally useless. It is a waste of money to have…

Beware : Movies have Too Much Violence

Today’s movies are so different than they were twenty years ago. Movies were once lovely and entertaining ways to escape the harsh realities of the world. However, today it seems as if movies are a way that you can see more violence than in the…

Movie Cost Lack of Exercise

The fact that people all over the world are addicted to movies and television is one reason the world is more and more obese today than it was twenty or thirty years ago. The truth is that most people are choosing to watch movies instead…

Better Things To Do Than Watching Movies

Watching movies can take up a great deal of your time if you do it often. The truth is that most people of the world spend far too much time watching movies throughout the week. The time does fluctuate from season to season, as the…

Research : Too Much Movies Cost Insomnia

Studies show that those who watch a great deal of movies or television often have a insomia. The truth is that although some people claim television makes them go to sleep, the exact opposite is true for most people. Most people’s brains are intellectually stimulated…

Downton Abbey Books And Gifts

Downton Abbey Downton Abbey is a TV period costume drama set in rural England. It is quickly becoming an iconic tv series with many, many followers. Of course, books, DVD’s, calendars etc are now being produced to quench a building thirst for fans. These items…

The Smurfs in 3D

This Is Not the Saturday Morning Cartoon I was a young child in the early 1980s when the Smurfs cartoon made its appearance on Saturday morning television, and I watched it every Saturday morning for most of its eight-year run. I guess I was what…

Movie Viewing Tips for Parents

Here are some suggestions for making your video viewing more valuable.

Preview a video or DVD before watching with your child so that you are comfortable with the content.

Schedule time for viewing together with your child, just as you do with reading books. This provides a special time for the two of you to share. It’s also a time to affirm or counter messages in the program as needed; a special time to discuss, share and relate the program to your own lives.