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DVD Review: NYPD Blue (Season 06)

An emotionally devastating season for Detective Sipowicz. »»

The Wonder Years DVDs Are Ready To Pre-Order

All you need is a little from your fri...StarVista Entertainment and Time Life. »»

DVD Review: I Spy (The Complete Series)

I Spy holds up as a series because it didn't play it safe. »»

DVD Review: The Angela Mao Ying Collection

The Angela Mao Ying Collection shines a bright light on the woman who became a major star for Golden Harvest in the 1970s. »»

DVD Review: Longmire (The Complete Second Season)

Longmire is a riveting series with its mix of small town homicide with old west attitude. »»

DVD Review: Junk

Outside a few moments, Junk winds up being somewhere in the good category. Far from greatness. »»

DVD Review: Escape From Tomorrow

A head-spin ride set against the backdrop of Disney World. »»

DVD Review: Paw Patrol

The hottest kid show since Bubble Guppies. »»

DVD Review: Happy Days (The Fifth Season)

Three words: Jump the Shark. »»

DVD Review: Laverne & Shirley (The Final Season)

The show goes weird in the sense that the opening has Laverne & Shirley, but it's just Laverne on the screen. She's been removed like Tyler Durden in the "fixed" Fight Club. »»

DVD Review: Perry Mason (Movie Collection - Volume 2)

[Raymond] Burr does a fine job with the role even if he seems to find himself mostly standing still or sitting in scenes. »»

DVD Review: The Bob Newhart Show (The Complete Series)

New box set brings six seasons of psychological comedy to your neurotic DVD player. »»

DVD Review: The New Adventures Of Superman: Seasons 2 & 3

Seven years after the first season was released, Superman fans finally gets seasons two and three in one package. »»

DVD Review: Duck Dynasty: Duck Days of Summer

What happens when you put a bunch of hillbillies in Hawaii? »»

DVD Reviews: Vinegar Syndrome Spring Releases

As the temperatures soar outside, the fine folks at Vinegar Syndrome have been heating up the DVD player with numerous titles rescued from the bowels of Times Square memories. »»

DVD Review: Dynasty (The Eighth Season Volume One & Volume Two)

Get ready for the penultimate season of the '80s hottest primetime soap opera. »»

DVD Review: My Little Pony: Friendship Is Magic - A Dash of Awesome

Features five episodes with the speedy Rainbow Dash at the center. »»

DVD Review: Dora the Explorer: Dora in Wonderland

Move over Alice, it's Dora's turn. »»

DVD Review: Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Mutagen Mayhem

Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Mutagen Mayhem keeps up the mutated fun in Manhattan. »»

DVD Review: Mr. Magoo: The Theatrical Collection 1949 - 1959

Mr. Magoo: The Theatrical Collection 1949 - 1959 is a cartoon fanatic's dream boxset. »»

DVD Review: Spongebob, You're Fired!

14 selected adventures of Spongebob working at the Krusty Krab. »»

DVD Review: Newhart (The Complete Third Season)

Third season sees the sudden departure of one character, but that's not necessarily a bad thing. »»

DVD Review: Hill Street Blues (The Complete Series)

All seven seasons in a boxset that's only 4 1/2 inches wide. »»

DVD Review: Mama's Family (The Complete Third Season)

The arrival of Bubba gives the show a bit of danger and dumbness that plays right into the tone of the series. »»

DVD Review: The Dick Van Dyke Show (Classic Mary Tyler Moore Episodes)

Serving up 20 episodes of MTM's finest times in black and white. »»

DVD Review: Mystery Science Theater 3000: XXIX

The four films on Mystery Science Theater 3000: XXIX are another fine selection. They are a diverse lot. How can you refuse the joy found with a work farm, an Italian muscle man, a cursed head and a cheap superhero? »»

DVD Review: Bubble Guppies: Animals Everywhere!

Perfect for preschoolers who want to understand topics via little sketches and catchy songs. »»

DVD Review: Plus One (+1)

A strange sci-fi psychological thriller that messes with your head. »»

DVD Review: Prince Avalanche

Prince Avalanche is a slow film that’s not in a hurry to get anyway where, but somehow the film doesn’t drag, which is an impressive feat in of itself. »»

DVD Review: Rawhide (The Seventh Season, Volume 1 & 2)

While there would be another season to go, these two boxsets represent the last cattle drive for one drover. »»

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