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. »»

DVD Review: Gentle Ben (Season Two)

The final 28 swampy adventures. »»

DVD Review: The Red Skelton Show (The Lost Episodes)

18 episodes that've never had home releases. Until now. »»

DVD Review: Nickelodeon's Essentially Spring Collection

The six DVDs are perfect for tossing in the Easter basket next to the Cadbury Eggs. »»

DVD Review: Peekarama: Deep Roots + Starlet Nights

Deep Roots and Starlet Nights are two dips back into naughty cinema before the productions swapped over to videotape. »»

Blu-ray Review: Night of the Demons (Collector's Edition)

Night of the Demons smartly sacrifices plot for grotesque effects. »»

DVD Review: Lalaloopsy: Friends Are Sew Special

Fun for kids who enjoy stitched together cartoon characters. »»

DVD Review: Legit (Season 1)

Legit tries to be a version of It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia but without the self awareness. »»

Blu-ray Review: Witchboard

The only thing missing from this Blu-ray is a Ouija Board. »»

DVD Review: Chastity Bites

Imagine a serial killer tale with elements of Clueless, Heathers, and other high school films tossed in. »»

DVD Review: LA Law (Season One)

LA Law: Season One has all the stylish notes expected from a legal series made in the mid-'80s. »»

DVD Review: Midsomer Murders (Set 23)

Rarely have crime scenes been so well mannered. »»

DVD Review: Laverne & Shirley (The Seventh Season)

Laverne & Shirley: The Seventh Season might be the penultimate season, but it's really the final episodes of their relationship. »»

DVD Review: Best Man Down

For a film I was not expecting to like, I was really pleasantly surprised how good Best Man Down turned out to be. »»

DVD Review: Joanie Loves Chachi (The Complete Series, Season 1& 2)

Goofy charming, Joanie Loves Chachi contains the short lived magic of Happy Days. »»

DVD Review: SpongeBob & Friends: Patrick SquarePants

SpongeBob's pal get a chance to shine. »»

DVD Review: Newhart (The Complete Second Season)

This second season of Newhart features a series not quite set in its formula. »»

DVD Review: The Inevitable Defeat of Mister & Pete

Mister & Pete is a film that's desperately trying to find its way into that well honed Lee Daniels' territory but just doesn't quite have that exploitation feel to it. »»

DVD Review: Hazel (The Complete Fifth Season)

Hazel: The Complete Fifth Season brings back the maid for her final service. »»

DVD Review: China Beach (Season 2)

China Beach was a unique achievement in television. »»

DVD Review: Perry Mason: Movie Collection (Volume 1)

All rise for the return of the greatest lawyer in TV history. »»

DVD Review: Kiss of the Damned

The Twilight films have all but ruined the vampire genre for a while. At least that’s what I thought until I sat down and watched Kiss of the Damned. »»

DVD Review: Dora the Explorer: Dora's Ice Skating Spectacular!

A warm educational experience featuring winter fun. »»

DVD Review: Captain Phillips

Captain Phillips is definitely worth checking out, regardless of whether or not you know the whole story. »»

DVD Review: Vikingdom

Thanks to Marvel, Thor now has a massive cinematic presence. He is one of the great heroes. He is an Avenger! Well, someone out there must really hate Thor. So much so that they decided to make a film where he was the villain instead of the hero. Tha »»

DVD Review: Vinegar Syndrome's January Releases

Double features, triple features and drive-in entertainment galore from Vinegar Syndrome. »»

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