DVD Review: Pee-wee's Playhouse (Seasons 3, 4 & 5)

While Pee-wee Herman was a child-like figure, it was hard to figure if children would want to experience him. His HBO special was aimed at adults who enjoyed juvenile humor. But CBS took a chance and put him on the air. Not just any air, but the sacr »»

DVD Review: Fireball XL5 (The Complete Series)

Gerry Anderson is part of the pantheon of children's TV legends. Anderson didn't merely produce shows, but created his own aesthetic. Like Hanna-Barbera, Filmation, Jim Henson and Sid & Marty Krofft, Anderson shows were distinctive. He invented "Supe »»

DVD Review: Shane (The Complete Series)

DVDs give a chance for a nearly forgotten series that barely had a season on the air a chance to be rediscovered. TV stations don't want to rerun a series that can't even last a month on TV without recycling. They want popular shows that have a hundr »»

DVD Review: WKRP In Cincinnati (The Complete First Season & Second Season)

If you spent a bit of time around radio stations and DJs, WKRP In Cincinnati captured the joy and frustration of the media when vinyl mattered. This was the tale of a radio station that wasn't the hottest spot on the dial. This wasn't the slick over »»

DVD Review: The Saint (Set 2)

Simon Templar has been able to maintain his suave sleuthing manner for almost a 100 years. He was originally a literary character in the '20s from Leslie Charteris. He found himself becoming an international sensation as a TV series in the '60s. Roge »»

DVD Review - The Red Road (Season 1)

Jason Momoa would've been a much bigger star than he is now if he'd been born 20 years ago. With the sort of physical presence that would've fit in perfectly in the steroid addled 80s and 90s of action films, he'd have fit in perfectly opposite »»

DVD Review: Quincy, M.E. (The Final Season)

If you ever wanted to get a sense of the power of Jack Klugman, watch how bad Matthew Perry is as Oscar on the latest incarnation of The Odd Couple. Matthew plays a role. Jack inhabited Oscar. You swear Jack and Oscar were inseparable except after Th »»

DVD Review: The Carol Burnett Show: Together Again

Fans get critical that DVD releases of their favorite variety shows are mainly highlights or severally edited shows. Even when they get rerun on TV, they have been turned into "Best Of" collections. Why can't you get the original broadcast version? T »»

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

Mama's Family is a story of persistence. The show became such a popular sketch on The Carol Burnett Show that it seemed to be a sitcom interrupting a variety show. At the time the focus of the show was the relationship between Mama (Vicki Lawrence) a »»

DVD Review: CHiPs (The Complete Third Series)

CHiPs was never beloved as a realistic portrayal of police life. Even at its height of fame, the series was not considered the same as Police Story or Adam-12. There was nothing gritty about the adventures of Larry Wilcox as Officer Jonathan A. Baker »»

DVD Review: Gomer Pyle, U.S.M.C. (The Complete Series)

Golly. When Gomer Pyle appeared as the goofball mechanic at Mayberry's gas station, few would have recognized he'd become a major network star. He became a regular resident during the third season of The Andy Griffith Show when Floyd the Barber neede »»

DVD Review: Nickelodeon Winter Releases

As spring arrives, parents want to clean out their cars and refresh the DVDs for the little ones in the back seat. Nickelodeon has quite a few fresh offerings that will appeal to eager eyes. Dogs, rabbits, monster trucks, mermaids, puppies and grown up Nick Jr. superstars My daughter enjoyed the various DVD compilations as witnessed by her review at the end. »»

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. »»

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