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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 »»

DVD Review: The Big Sleep

Legendary film collector Ray Regis taught a Film Noir course every year at the North Carolina School of the Arts. Each week would cover certain elements of the criminal genre. The detectives weren't clean cut. The guilty weren't that evil. The victim »»

DVD Review: Martial Arts Movie Marathon 2

There's simple joys that refresh the soul in their unabashed pleasure. Taking a long walk on the beach at sunset. Hearing kids sing Christmas carols. Ordering Chinese take-out and watching way too many Hong Kong action flicks on a rainy evening. The »»

DVD Review: Bonanza (The Official Seventh Season - Volume 1 & 2)

This season proves there's life after Adam on the Ponderosa. »»

DVD Review: My Little Pony - Friendship Is Magic (Spooktacular Pony Tale)

The episodes have a few minor jolts, but nothing scary enough to have little kids race screaming from the room. »»

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

Dynasty: The Final Season - Volume One & Volume Two are those last days when the problems of rich people concerned America. Now we're stuck with Duck Dynasty. »»

DVD Review: Criminal Minds (Season 9)

Criminal Minds explores the world of the FBI’s Behavior Analysis Unit and might be the best representative of the ever changing nature of the police procedural show on modern network television. »»

DVD Review: The Men From Shiloh

The Men From Shiloh: Special Edition adjusts the formula for The Virginian without ruining the Wild West excitement. »»

DVD Review: The Millers (Season 1)

The problem is that this is a CBS show, which follows a predictable format on a regular basis. »»

DVD Reviews: Vinegar Syndrome's August Releases

Joe Corey offers capsule reviews for one Drive-In double feature and three Peakarama double features. »»

DVD Review: Gunsmoke (The Tenth Season - Volume 1 & Volume 2)

We are now halfway through the Western's twenty-year run. »»

DVD Review: Newhart (The Complete Fourth Season)

Newhart: The Complete Fourth Season allows the comic misadventures in Vermont to flourish. »»

DVD Review: Welcome Back, Kotter (The Complete Series)

If you need an excuse to watch this show, Epstein's mother will write you a note. »»

DVD Review: Enemy

A doppelganger thriller that's not as intense as the director makes it out to be. »»

DVD Review: Frankie & Alice

Halle Berry gives a brilliant performance, aside from that the movie is forgettable. »»

DVD Review: The Marx Brothers TV Collection

If you are a Marxist, then this one should definitely be added to your collection. »»

DVD Review: My Little Pony: Friendship is Magic - Keys of Friendship

Joe Corey a closet Brony? Read the review and decide for yourself. »»

DVD Review: The Raid 2

Incredible action overshadows simple crime tale. »»

DVD Review: Nickelodeon's Heroes In Action, Robot Invasion and Rugrats

Over the decades Nickelodeon has kept kids entertained with their various animated series. The company has just put out four DVDs that cover their earliest and most recent hits. Heroes In Action and Robot Invasion are compilations that each include a »»

DVD Review: Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles (The Good, The Bad and Casey Jones)

Six episodes from the second season sees the introduction of Casey Jones. »»

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