DVD Review: The Bold Ones: The Senator (The Complete Series)

The Merry Go Round format was popular in the early decades of TV. By having three or four different TV shows rotating out of the same timeslot, producers had a chance to elevate their shows. They don't have to force the writers to wring out 24 script »»

DVD Reviews: Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Pulverizer Power, NYC Showdown & The Search For Splinter

The Turtles will never end. There's three new TMNT releases hitting the shelves. Two volumes that revisit the original 21st century animated revival of the series and a collection from the new CGI series currently airing on Nickelodeon. It's just »»

DVD Reviews: Nickelodeon's Big Little Movies

Parents are often anxious when their small child demands to see a movie. Mostly because of a fear that they'll demand a 12 hour Soviet epic that will make their bedtime get delayed until sunrise. However most kids movies are around 90 minutes since p »»

DVD Reviews: Hart to Hart, Barney Miller & The Facts of Life

Another batch of fine vintage TV on DVD arrives with two shows getting their final seasons while major change arrives for good friends. Hart to Hart: The Final Season wrapped up the adventures of a wealthy couple that spent more time solving crimes t »»

DVD Review: Let's Learn S.T.E.M., Wallykazam! & Team Umizoomi Meet Shark Car!

Josie is excited at more DVD from Nickelodeon. The collections include a dip into S.T.E.M., her favorite mini-pals with a fierce ride, a new favorite fairy critter and those turtles that are eternal teenagers. Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Retreat »»

DVD Review: CPO Sharkey (The Complete Season 1)

Don Rickles used to go on The Tonight Show and joke about how he had a massive streak of pilots that never got picked up by the various networks. Rickles was a big star. He played the big rooms in Las Vegas. He was constantly guest starring on sitcom »»

DVD Review: Tom and Jerry: The Gene Deitch Collection

Tom and Jerry was an easy cartoon for a small child to enjoy. The premise is simple. A little mouse antagonizes larger cat. The classic designs and lush art from Hanna and Barbera were attractive to young eyes. For the most part, their 114 theatrical »»

DVD Review: Looney Tunes: Musical Masterpieces

While people sometimes call them Bugs Bunny cartoons, the animated mayhem is Looney Tunes. Music always played a huge role in the insanity on the screen. The songs could be sung by characters or be the motivation for how the characters move. Looney T »»

DVD Review - Rectify (Season 2)

Dan Holden (Aden Young) has spent the better part of 20 years on death row, convicted of a crime he swears he didn't commit. When DNA evidence exonerates him, and frees him from prison, a now 30 something Dan is released back into the world as a fre »»

DVD Review - Healing

The one thing that's great about the expansion of foreign films into America is that you get to see a handful of films from actors who've made their bones in America from their native land. The Water Diviner hit US theatres earlier this year, a mass »»

DVD Review: The Saint (The Complete Series)

During the '60s when the super spy genre dominated the media thanks to James Bond, three British imports found a foothold on American TV without having to be remade. The Avengers and Secret Agent (Dangerman)/The Prisoner were unconventional in their »»

DVD Review - Survivor's Remorse

A more urban "Entourage" »»

DVD Review: Science Fiction Theatre (The Complete Series)

Sure The Outer Limits and The Twilight Zone attempted to give viewers a glimpse of the future, but both of them came up short in forward thinking when compared to Science Fiction Theatre. What did this series from 1955 have over those two iconic show »»

DVD Reviews: The Colbys, Welcome Back, Kotter & Hill Street Blues

TV in the late '70s and '80s gave a full picture of life in America. People flocked to the small screen to glimpse lifestyles of the rich and famous and the busts of the small time hoods. Network TV weren't showing only police procedural dramas. Ther »»

DVD Review: Supercar (The Complete Series)

The series that launched Gerry Anderson into international fame with his Supermarionation technique is finally on DVD! »»

DVD Review: Elmo the Musical, Volume 2: Learn and Imagine

Perfect for kids who prefer the Elmo segments of Sesame Street the most. »»

DVR Review: The Nanny (The Complete Series)

Fran Drescher would be a star in my heart for her roles on Saturday Night Fever, This Is Spinal Tap and UHF. But that doesn't exactly make you a household name. Few people would imagine Fran would be a major star with a voice and laugh that have the »»

DVD Review - Tracers

The Twilight trio (Robert Pattinson, Kristen Stewart, Taylor Lautner) were insanely famous for about six years because The Twilight Saga was an insanely successful franchise in cinemas. After Breaking Down finished its theatrical run a clock seemed »»

DVD Review: The Dean Martin Celebrity Roasts: Stingers and Zingers

The recent roast of Justin Bieber was a let down since what's the point of roasting a performer whose already a burn out case? A roast should catch fire on someone in their prime. When Dean Martin roasted guests, they were on the verge of historic mo »»

DVD Review: The Best of the Ed Sullivan Show

As David Letterman bids farewell to Late Night, many fans will wonder the significance of the Ed Sullivan Theater. Ed Sullivan's variety show was a fixture on TV from 1948 to 1971. For 23 seasons Sullivan booked all the hottest acts. Sure Elvis Presl »»

DVD Review: Joe 90 (The Complete Series)

Gerry Anderson wasn't merely the English version of an American TV producer. His Supermarionation shows with their science fiction themes made him a combination of Irwin Allen (Voyage to the Bottom of the Sea) and Sid & Marty Krofft (Land of the Lost »»

Blu-Ray Review - Halt and Catch Fire (Season 1)

We take for granted the power of the personal computer these days. »»

DVD Review: MacGyver (The Complete Series)

Rarely does a TV show come along that changes the vocabulary of the world. Sure they may give trendy quips that get quoted, but to truly become the defining word is a feat. A feat that seems almost normal for an amazing agent merely known as MacGyver »»

Shout! Factory Season Sets for TV shows.

Even though the show was coming to an end, the quality wasn't dropping off. »»

Blu-Ray Review - The Man with the Iron Fists 2

Roel Reine has made a fairly successful living making direct to video sequels of films that had good but not great box office runs in theatres. »»

The SmarK DVD Rant for The Ultimate Warrior: The Ultimate Collection

The SmarK DVD Rant for Ultimate Warrior: The Ultimate Collection One of my faithful readers bought this for me a while ago, and I figured it was an interesting counterpoint to the Randy Savage documentary, in that Savage didn’t live long enough to »»

Blu-ray Review - The Missing

It’s always interesting to see the True Detective style of flashbacks and modern used in a true crime setting. It’s been done before, of course, but lately there’ve been a handful of terrific series to utilize the flashback/modern day style of »»

DVD Review: Hey Dude (The Complete Series)

Once upon a time there was a cable channel called Nickelodeon who realized that after 9 o'clock their intended audience of children had gone to bed. Thus they created Nick at Nite in 1985. This after dark time slot revived TV shows that grown ups rem »»

DVD Review: Mr. Bean: The Whole Bean

British comedy mostly known for it's word play. »»

DVD Review: Hart to Hart (The Complete Fourth Season)

"This is my boss: Jonathan Hart, a self-made millionaire. He’s quite a guy. This is Mrs. H – she’s gorgeous. She’s one lady who knows how to take care of herself. By the way, my name is Max. I take care of both of them – which ain’t easy; »»

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