The Berenstain Bears: Lend a Helping Hand on DVD


The Berenstain Bears new DVD will include 6 episodes including “Lend a Helping Hand“. In this episode, Brother and Sister Bear learn about helping others when they run into the frail and elderly Widder Jones on their way to a friend’s house. She recruits the duo to help with chores, which doesn’t excite the siblings. However, they soon learn that helping others can be truly rewarding.
Other adventures on this DVD include:
  • Think of Those in Need – Stuff in the closets, stuff in the drawers, stuff in the attic–too much stuff everywhere! Mama Bear convinces the family that cleaning out the house can not only simplify their cluttered lives, but also benefit those who are in need!
  • Hug and Make Up – Brother, Sister and their friends all have acts to practice for a backyard circus they’re putting on. Sister has perfected a bicycle stunt that looks very impressive – that is until Brother does the same routine riding a unicycle. In the interest of a better show, Sister graciously bows out to make room for Brother’s more entertaining act. When Brother comes to realize how he’s hurt Sister’s feelings, he apologizes and makes an effort to teach her how to ride the unicycle before the big show.
  • Moving DayJoin Mama, Papa, and Brother as they pack up, say heartfelt goodbyes to friends, and move from the mountains and into their beloved tree house down the sunny dirt road.
  • Big Bear, Small BearBrother gets his own key to the treehouse which causes him to think strongly about growing up. When he helps Papa with some grown-up work, Sister and the other cubs think he has no more time to play with them. Papa shows Brother that just like grown-ups, cubs have important jobs too.
  • The Birthday Boy – Sister decides to do her ‘Tell Us About A Family Member’ school assignment on Brother. However videotaping him for her project not only allows her to see a side of him she never saw before, it helps her realize just how much her big brother really means to her.
Run Time 80 minutes.  You can purchase the DVD on Amazon here.
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Scary Stories to Tell in the Dark Arrives on DVD, Blu-Ray and 4K Ultra HD

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scary-storiesIf you are a fan of horror movies like me, you will want to pick up a copy of Scary Stories to Tell in the Dark on November 4th.  It will be available in 4K Ultra HD Combo Pack (plus Blu-ray and Digital), Blu-ray Combo Pack (plus DVD and Digital), DVD, and On Demand.  Or if you can’t wait until November 5th, you can watch it on Digital right now (it came out October 22).

Inspired by one of the most terrifying children’s book series of all time, Scary Stories to Tell in the Dark follows a group of young teens who must solve the mystery surrounding sudden and macabre deaths in their small town.

It’s 1968 in America. Change is blowing in the wind…but seemingly far removed from the unrest in the cities is the small town of Mill Valley, where for generations the shadow of the Bellows family has loomed large. It is in their mansion on the edge of town that Sarah, a young girl with horrible secrets, turned her tortured life into a series of scary stories, written in a book that has transcended time. For a group of teenagers who discover Sarah’s terrifying home, the stories become all too real in this spine-tingling film.

Check out the trailer below…

Head over to Amazon and pick up Scary Stories to Tell in the Dark and immerse yourself in the terrifying world with exclusive special features.


  • “The Bellows Construct” Featurette
  • “Creature from the Shadows” Featurette
  • “Mood Reels” Featurette
  • “Behind-the-Scenes Trailers: Set Visits” Featurette
  • “Dark Tales”Featurette
  • “Retro Horror” Featurette


  • “Dark Tales” Featurette
  • “Retro Horror” Featurette
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Splash and Bubbles: Pole to Pole is now on DVD

Splash and Bubbles Pole to Pole

Splash, a yellow fusilier fish, and Bubbles, a mandarin dragonet, and their friends learn all about the many different ways life thrives under the sea. In Pole to Pole, the team explores sea life from the Antarctic to the Arctic!


The Reeftown Rangers want to learn all about migration so they set off on a migratory adventure of their own. The Rangers travel from the Antarctic to the Arctic to experience what it’s like to migrate. Along their travels they encounter narwhals, penguins, and humpbacks. By the end of their journey, they cross paths with Melody, a Fin whale, just in time to see her at the krill bloom and learn all about the food chain from the tiny krill to the huge humpback whale. Before heading back to Reeftown, a humpback whale serenades the friends with its beautiful music.

You can buy the DVD on Amazon HERE. Every purchase supports public television for all.

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PBS Dinosaur Train: Dinosaurs Big and Small on DVD

DVD Dinosaur Train Dinosaurs Big and Small

PBS Dinosaur Train: Dinosaurs Big and Small is now on DVD and contains 10 fun-filled adventures with Buddy, the Tyrannosaurus Rex, his friends and adoptive Pteranodon family, who travel on a special train and explore the world.

PBS Dinosaur Train Dinosaurs Big and Small

Episodes include:

  • The Tiny-Saur Train
  • How Many Horns
  • Mom Was a Kid Once Part 1
  • Mom Was a Kid Once Part 2
  • Gilbert the Conductor
  • A Clubhouse of Their Own
  • A Brand New Species Part 1
  • A Brand New Species Part2
  • Don’s Hole-iday
  • We’re Not All Dinosaurs

In How Many Horns, best friends Buddy and Tank Triceratops share a love for comparing features. Tank, who has 3 horns, wonders why Mayor Kosmoceratops has 15, and Protoceratops has only 1. Buddy, Tank and the gang go on a quest to track down Ceratopsians, and they end up meeting “the Queen,” an amazing Late Cretaceous Regliceratops, who has a very decorative frill that almost rivals Kosmoceratops for number of horns.

Then, the gang heads to Jurrasic China in The Tiny-Saur Train, where the search is on to find the tiniest dinosaur of all. In We’re Not All Dinosaurs, the Pteranodon kids meet a new, small mammal friend, Adele Alphadon, and introduce her to their Big Pong friend, Cindy Cimolestes, to a new concept – that not all Mesozoic creatures are dinosaurs!

And in A Clubhouse of Their Own, the kids want their own hangout that’s separate from the family nest. They try out several locations, but none of them are the right fit. But with the help of Mom and Dad, the group builds their own clubhouse using natural materials.


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Disney Junior T.O.T.S. Bringing This Baby Home on DVD

Disney Junior TOTS Bringing This Baby Home

Join best friends Pip and Freddy, delivery birds for the Tiny Ones Transport Service (T.O.T.S.), as they take cute and cuddly baby animals to their forever families, including a big batch of bouncing baby bunnies, a baby panda who’s almost TOO adorable, a trip to the ocean with one whale of a baby, and much more!   Plus, with 6 music videos and so many baby animals that are too cute to count, these hilarious adventures really deliver!

Cast includes:

  • Vanessa Williams as Captain Beakman
  • Megan Hilty as K.C. the koala
  • Jet Jurgensmeyer as Pip the penguin
  • Christian J. Simon as Freddy the flamingo

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