Showtime Family Zone

With no R-rated programming ever, this channel is perfect for the whole family to enjoy together. (Approx. 75 titles a month, available on east and west coast feeds.)
Past movies have included:

Ghostbusters (comedy, Dan Aykroyd, Bill Murray, Rick Moranis), Groundhog Day (Bill Murray comedy in a timeloop), The Beast of Hollow Mountain (cowboys vs. T-rex dinosaur), Godzilla (1998), The Last Unicorn (G, Christopher Lee as voice of The King), Who Framed Roger Rabbit, Encino Man, The American President (PG13, Michael Douglas) Monstervision review & host segments, Lemony Snicket's A Series of Unfortunate Events, Krull, The Borrowers (fantasy), Cold Turkey (small town Dick Van Dyke vs. Big Tobacco executive Bob Newhart) and others

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Ace of Hearts
A teenage girl sets out to win her policeman father's approval and affection by clearing the name of his falsely accused patrol dog Ace in this family comedy-drama starring Dean Cain (Ripley's Believe It Or Not) and Britt McKillip.
Beer League
A team of hard-drinking softball team losers more interested in carousing than hitting homers must dig deep and pull a pennant victory out of their beer steins if they're going to beat their obnoxious league rivals in this sports comedy.
Delta Farce
Blue collar comedy rules the roost with this hilarious farce starring Larry the Cable Guy, Bill Engvall and D.J. Qualls as buddies who are mistaken for Army Reservists and sent to the Middle East - but when they are accidentally dropped into Mexico, they misread the situation and set about trying to "liberate" a besieged village from a demented drug lord. Danny Trejo costars.
Rating: PG13
Disaster Movie
The demented minds behind "Date Movie" and "Meet the Spartans" devise this spoof of end-of-the-world epics, where plucky survivors attempt to save the planet from meteors-- and rabid squirrels
Expelled: No Intelligence Allowed
Comedian, actor and political commentator Ben Stein hosts this documentary examination of the "intelligent design" (I.D.) theory of human creation, a highly controversial alternative to the prevailing concept of Darwinian evolution in schools. PG, 98 Mins
Gooby
A little boy who is neglected at home conjures up a life-size teddy bear companion whose bumbling exploits are soon noticed by a teacher determined to cash in on the phenomenon in this family comedy starring Matthew Knight, Eugene Levy, David James Elliott, Ingrid Kavelaars and featuring the voice of Robbie Coltrane
Heck's Way Home
What's a loyal family dog to do when he becomes separated from his owners during a move? He can track them cross-country and become one of those great "dog-tracks-family-cross-country" stories. Alan Arkin stars in this epic adventure for the entire family.
Honeydripper
In a last-ditch effort to save his flagging business, a juke joint owner in 1950's Alabama hires a troubled young electric guitarist to boost attendance at his once-popular nightclub, with unpredictable results. Danny Glover, Gary Clark Jr., Keb' Mo', Lisa Gay Hamilton and Charles Dutton costar in this film from writer and director John Sayles.
Scorched
Unbeknownst to each other, several disgruntled bank workers plot to rip off their employer using various ingenious schemes, but cross paths while committing the crimes. Alicia Silverstone, Woody Harrelson, Joshua Leonard, Rachael Leigh Cook, Paulo Costanzo and John Cleese star in this ensemble caper
Test Signal
Bars & Tone, a TV classic

World-Famous TV Lady Doctor comes forward and blows the lid off the conspiracy to keep you unhealthy, fat & just plain sick...
"The Reason You Can't Lose Weight has Nothing to Do With Your Will-Power, Over-Eating or the Right Diet!" Read this now!
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Month-long movie listings for Showtime #2 (Showtime Too), Showtime Showcase, Showtime Extreme, Showtime Beyond, and Showtime Women channels. Showtime HD appears to have the same listings as Showtime (above)

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Previously seen on Showtime Family Zone:

March 2010
January-February 2010
November-December 2009
September-October 2009
July-August 2009
April-June 2009
January-March 2009
December 2008
January 2008
December 2007
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