DVD Review: Bubble Guppies: Fin-Tastic Collection

Bubble Guppies is a TV show on Nickelodeon that seems inspired by the dream of Sea-Monkeys. »»

DVD Review: Super Sentai - Zyuranger (The Complete Series)

With Joseph Kahn's Power Rangers short going viral, now is a great time to see what the Power Rangers were like when they were Japan's Super Sentai - Zyuranger. »»

DVD Review: Maude (The Complete Series)

"And then there's Maude!" »»

Penny Candy: The Flintstones & WWE's Stone-Age Smackdown DVD Review

The Suffering I endure For You People... »»

DVD Review - The Chair (Season 1)

It's always interesting to see two different takes on the same screenplay. »»

DVD Review: Captain Scarlet and the Mysterons (The Complete Series)

Captain Scarlet and the Mysterons: The Complete Series contains a science fiction show that would rival the output of Irwin Allen's science fiction shows of 1967. »»

DVD Review: Batman: The Television Series (The Second Season, Part One)

Batmania ruled 1966. The series changed television when it made camp cool. »»

DVD Review: The Song

Jenny lets us know if this faith-based film is really a romance. »»

DVD Review: NYPD Blue (Season 08)

Is this the season where Det. Andy Sipowicz cracks? »»

DVD Review: The Wonder Years (Season Two)

The Wonder Years: Season Two should be viewed as a continuation of year one. »»

DVD Review: Stingray (50th Anniversary Edition)

Gerry Anderson revolutionized television with his ability to pull strings on his performers. »»

DVD Review: Vinegar Syndrome's January Releases

Vinegar Syndrome could easily be described as the Criterion Collection of Times Square classics. But that's not good enough. »»

DVD Review: SpongeBob SquarePants: The Pilot, A Mini-Movie and The Square Shorts

Triple Pack combines three previous DVD releases into a mega-set. »»

DVD Review: Barney Miller (The Complete Sixth Season)

Barney Miller: The Complete Sixth Season keeps up the show's ability to unleash mayhem for an authoritative position. »»

DVD Review: Welcome Back, Kotter (The Complete Second Season)

Welcome Back, Kotter: The Complete Second Series maintains the gruff charm of the quartet of not-quite threatening students and their comic history teacher. »»

DVD Review - Fury

If there ever was an actor with genuine talent who was seemingly cursed by being too good looking it's Brad Pitt. »»

Blu-ray Review: Fitzcarraldo

Director Werner Herzog doesn't merely make a movie, but captures an extraordinary event that borders on madness. How can this be? Fitzcarraldo is a tale not told with movie magic, but grit, sweat and desire. »»

DVD Review: The Facts of Life: The Complete Series

All girl boarding schools were once a place where imaginations ran wild and mostly toward the gutter. »»

DVD Review - Duck Commander: Before the Dynasty

Before Duck Dynasty became an A&E ratings juggernaut the Robertson family had been the subject of a television docudrama before. »»

Blu-ray Review: The Guest

A throwback to the John Carpenter school of film-making. »»

DVD Review - 7 Assassins

7 Assassins tries to find itself as a martial arts film in a western setting but winds up being just another tired, cliche-filled borefest. »»

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 »»

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