Hallmark Review: 'The Christmas House'
Years ago, the Mitchell family made a tradition they dubbed "The Christmas House"--decorating their house to the nines to serve as a holiday showplace for their community. But now, both Mitchell sons have moved away from home, with Mike Mitchell (Robert Buckley) thriving in the city as the star of a popular TV series. But with his show facing possible cancellation, the timing couldn't be better for Mike's parents Phylis and Bill (Sharon Lawrence and Treat Williams) to call and ask him to come home so they can put together the Christmas House again.
Lifetime Review: 'Secrets in the Snow'
Christina (Aubrey Reynolds) is in for a big weekend. Having been dating Ted Ryant (Travis Caldwell) for three months, they're on their way to taking their relationship to a new level: meeting the parents. Returning to his small-town for his mother's birthday weekend, Ted introduces Christina to his family and is given a warm welcome. But it doesn't take long before Christina begins to pick up on the tension brewing in the Ryant clan. Everyone's still reeling from the tragic death of Ted's brother Paul--with things only getting more awkward when Paul's fiancée Angie (Liz Fenning) arrives.
Film Review: 'A Crafty Christmas Romance'
The days leading up to Christmas are about to get a whole lot more interesting for small-town crafts store owner Mandy Page (Nicola Posener). While going through donations for the local Toy & Book drive, she discovers a 70-year-old Santa Claus letter and a valuable coin inside an old copy of A Christmas Carol. Touched by the letter's heartfelt nature, Mandy makes it her mission to return the letter and coin to its owner by Christmas. Trouble is, after so many years and having so few clues to work with, the search for the letter's owner proves difficult.
Interview With a Hallmark Star: Jeff Reyes
Trevor Wells: Hi Jeff! I'm so happy to get the chance to talk with a new member of the Hallmark family. But before we get into Christmas by Starlight, let's start at the beginning. According to IMDB, your acting career started in high school when you landed back-to-back lead musical roles. What about acting captured your interest?
Lifetime Review: 'Finding My Daughter'
Even after 18 years, social worker Ashley Quinn (Cristina Rosato) hasn't stopped looking for her daughter. As a teenager, Ashley was forced to give her baby up for adoption as soon as she was born--a decision she's never stopped regretting. Now, after so many years of searching, Ashley's dream has come true: her daughter Brittany (Megan Best in her debut role) contacts her, sending her a letter asking to meet up in Plains River. Despite all the bad memories her hometown holds for her, Ashley couldn't be more overjoyed to finally reunite with her daughter.
Hallmark Review: 'Christmas by Starlight'
It's fitting that lawyer Annie Park (Kimberley Sustad) specializes in family law, as family has always been something she'd held dear to her heart. After being adopted by her loving parents Gene and Pat (Bruce Dawson and Rebecca Staab), Annie has come to treasure them and the holiday traditions they've formed over the years. So when she learns that their beloved Starlight Café is at risk of being torn down to make room for new development, Annie decides to confront the company responsible: Holt Enterprises.
Film Review: 'Merry Liddle Christmas Wedding'
Jacquie Liddle (Kelly Rowland) can hardly believe how much her life has changed since last Christmas. Her romance with Tyler Brooks (Thomas Cadrot) began when they met and bonded during Jacquie's disaster-ridden time hosting her family for Christmas--and now, they're on the verge of getting married. With her dream wedding being planned out exquisitely and her family arriving at the resort where it's taking place, Jacquie thinks her Christmas Eve wedding is going to go off without a hitch.
Interview With a Film Star: David Paulus
Trevor Wells: Thank you for this opportunity to speak with you, David! I'm so glad you reached out after coming across my review of Best Thanksgiving Ever. So, to start us off, let's go back to the beginning: what first got you into acting/filmmaking?