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I always love a good Stephen King read. His stories are off-the-wall bizarre, and he has a way of getting inside his characters’ heads and delivering some wacko thoughts in a way that makes you laugh out loud. King doesn’t write much these days, but every now and then you’ll come across a goody like the longish short story, “Mile 81.”
Bird songs, lilac-scented air, and the echoes of children’s voices outside--it’s spring. So today, I’m sharing a sweet indie film for people of all ages who love springtime in the forest, and its promise of magic, if you’ll only venture a little deeper into its secrets….
It’s the Dark Ages in Ireland, and Abbot Cellach of the Kells Abbey is fortifying its walls in preparation for a Viking attack. The warrior invaders have already