DVD Review: Demons 2

The sequel does everything a sequel should, it continues the story, it ups the anti, it goes bigger, and in this case, it goes gorier. »»

DVD Review: Secret Agent AKA Danger Man (The Complete Series)

Before he was a prisoner, Patrick McGoohan was a Secret Agent/Danger Man. »»

DVD Review: Gunsmoke (The Eleventh Season, Volume 1 & 2)

The amazing thing about Gunsmoke is that even after nearly a decade on the air, Dodge City was still in black and white. This was the Fall of 1965 and somehow CBS didn't want to give color film to its flagship show. This would be like CBS insisting C »»

DVD Review: Happy Days (The Sixth Season)

Happy Days started out as the coolest show on TV in the mid-70s... »»

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

Once upon a time, the incredibly rich people of America focused on solving crimes instead of manipulating the American political system. It might be hard to believe, but the proof can be found on Hart to Hart: The Complete Third Season. Jonathan and »»

DVD Review: Quincy, M.E. (Season 7)

Quincy, M.E. was the perfect fusion of informative and entertainment in a TV show. Critics may scoff it off as just a dumb mystery show from the '80s. But there was real work being done on the episodes. Scientific theories were being exposed to the m »»

DVD Review: The Jeffersons (The Complete Series - The Deee-Luxe Edition)

You can get so familiar with a character that you forget that the actor might have interests that aren't in the scripts. When Sherman Hemsley passed away in 2012, stories came out that the man best known as George Jefferson was a serious prog rock fa »»

DVD Review: Demons

Demons feels very much like a zombie film, without being a zombie film. »»

DVD Review: Mister Ed (The Complete Season)

A sitcom about a talking horse should be one of those "what were they thinking" moments in television. It's easy to imagine it canceled after 3 episodes when the network's programming executive gets confined to a sanitarium. However Mister Ed wasn't »»

DVD Review: M Squad (The Complete Series - Special Edition)

Lee Marvin was a serious badass. Not that he needed Hollywood to prove it. He was a decorated Marine during World War II. But Hollywood allowed a lot more people to get blown away by Marvin's gutsy acting style. While he was getting name in movies, h »»

DVD Review: Garfield Holiday Collection

Five of Garfield's crazy holiday specials. »»

DVD Review: Duck Dynasty: Duck the Halls

If you are a DD fan, you'll be in hog heaven. »»

DVD Review: Mystery Science Theater 3000 (XXXI The Turkey Day Collection)

There is no such thing as a "War on Christmas" however there is a "Christmas War." Thanks to an attack by Christmas, Thanksgiving no longer exists as its own holiday. Once upon a time, it was that wonderful Thursday when you felt like inviting over f »»

DVD Review: Sgt. Bilko, The Phil Silvers Show (The Complete Series)

Whether you call the series You'll Never Get Rich, The Phil Silvers Show, Sgt. Bilko or just Bilko, this army sitcom ranks among the elite. There's no denying the genius that came from mixing creator Nat Hiken and actor Phil Silvers on a remote milit »»

DVD Review: The Red Skelton Show: The Early Years 1951-1955

Red Skelton was a pioneer of early television whose variety show was on the air from 1951 to 1971. He was a television institution after becoming a radio and movie star. But there's quite a few generations who have never experienced him outside of a »»

DVD Review: Nickelodeon's Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles (The Complete First Season)

A great present for new and old Turtle fans alike. Cowabunga! »»

DVD Review: The Hercules Collection

The Hercules Collection chains up six epics from the ancient world of Italian cinema. »»

DVD Review: Perry Mason Movie Collection (Volume 4)

Perry Mason was doing well in 1991. He remained the top lawyer used by anyone on TV who really wanted primetime legal representation. Even with the competition including Matlock and LA Law, Perry Mason still commanded packed courtrooms with his made »»

DVD Review: Grace Kelly Collection

A great place to start if you are new to discovering the talent that is Grace Kelly. »»

DVD Review: WKRP in Cincinnati (The Complete Series)

There were few jobs that seemed cooler than being a radio station disc jockey. What could be better than getting paid to play your favorite music? »»

DVD Review: Penny Dreadful (The Complete First Season)

Bringing people back from the dead is the key element to horror. »»

DVD Review: The Wonder Years (The Complete Series)

One of the best television shows of all time becomes the best DVD set of 2014. »»

DVD Review: State Trooper (The Complete Series)

State Trooper: The Complete Series is the perfect show for those who enjoy obscure cop dramas based on true cases. »»

DVD Review: Escape to Grizzly Mountain

By blending the old West and time travel, Escape To Grizzly Mountain should appeal to fans of The Life and Times of Grizzly Adams and Doctor Who. »»

DVD Review: Night Moves

What Reichardt does well is build up to the inevitable that happens when someone promises "no one will get hurt" when promising to commit a heinous act. »»

DVD Review: Elementary (Season 2)

The sheer absurd greatness that is Sherlock points out how awful this show is by comparison. »»

DVD Review: Rodgers & Hammerstein's Cinderella - 50th Anniversary Edition

NBC and other networks are creating event nights by reviving popular family musicals with all star casts. Viewers loved seeing Carrie Underwood in The Sound of Music »»

DVD Reviews: September Fun from Vinegar Syndrome

Vinegar Syndrome brings us into Fall with three releases that take us back to school, the convent, Hawaii and World War II. Peekarama: Cry For Cindy, Touch Me & Act of Confession is a triple bill courtesy of director Anthony Spinelli. Before he e »»

DVD Review: SpongeBob ScaryPants Collection

Our favorite cartoon characters get a little bit more frightening as Halloween gets closer. Ghosts and ghouls lurk in the background and spring out to cause more animated insanity. Those that aren't out to scare enjoy dressing up their friendly chara »»

DVD Review: Nickelodeon's Let's Learn Patterns and Shapes

One of the major things a preschooler needs to do is be able to identify patterns and shapes. A kid is expected to tell a square from a triangle else how will the pass geometry in high school? They should also get to understand certain functionality »»

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