The Bachelor - The Women Tell All Review Women Tell All, But Say Little

This week, the women tell all! Ah, this is the episode I live for. When everyone has to awkwardly face their poor behavior while trying to audition to be the next bachelorette. »»

DVD Review: Bubble Guppies: Fin-Tastic Collection

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

Blu-ray Review: Dying of the Light

With his latest film, and first since The Canyons, Schrader lost control of the film to the studio and had no say in the final edit of the film. Schrader along with stars Nicolas Cage and Antony Yelchin and executive producer Nicolas Winding Refn (who was originally supposed to direct the script written by Schrader) have publicly disowned this version of the film. »»

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!" »»

Blu-ray Review: The ABCs of Death 2

This installment certainly doesn’t have the directorial power of the original nor is it quite as much fun but on the whole it is still a wholly unique and highly entertaining experience. »»

Blu-ray Review: The Homesman

The Homesman feels like it is pandering to the demographic that's going to vote for awards before anything else. »»

JT on NXT: February 25, 2015 – Finn Balor, Brian Kendrick, Hideo Itami

It’s NXT time, and the night kicks off with Hideo Itami making his way to the ring! »»

The Bachelor – Chris: Episode 7, 8, & 9 Recap

Okay honestly, I don’t even know where to start. »»

Parks and Recreation: Series Finale Review - Saying Goodbye To A Favorite, Funny, Feminist Show

It’s late Wednesday night as I write this and so many great reviews, think-pieces, Q&As and nostalgic looks back have already been published about Parks and Recreation. »»

Survivor: Worlds Apart - Episode 1 Review - And So It Goes

Survivor is back for its thirtieth season this year. »»

Blu-ray Review: Muscle Beach Party

Teens flocked to the movie theaters to take in the fun of Frankie Avalon (Grease) and Annette Funicello (The Mickey Mouse Club) in Beach Party during the summer of 1963. American International Pictures knew they had found a winning formula and quickly set about to make sure there would be a sequel in the theaters for Spring Break of 1964. »»

A Penny For Your Thoughts on Arrow 03x15 - Nanda Parbat Review With Spoilers; This Week On Batman, Er, I Mean Arrow...

What little in this episode that irked me was heavily outweighed by all the awesomeness. »»

Blu-ray Review: Wild Orchid

Once upon a time, Mickey Rourke was a handsome man. Fans of The Wrestler, Sin City and Iron Man 2 might be puzzled at that statement. The Mickey Rourke of today looks like an uncooked roast beef with eyeballs and a wig. »»

Blu-ray Review: God Told Me To

God Told Me To is undoubtedly aimed at that small group of completists who willingly spend time on things that they "should" see. »»

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

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

Blu-ray Review: Beach Blanket Bingo

This was the fourth of the five core Beach Party films. This was the one your UHF channel would run Thursday. But which one is it? »»

DVD Review - The Chair (Season 1)

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

A Penny For Your Thoughts On Gotham 1x17 Red Hood Review With Spoilers; HOLY (insert expletives here)

This episode of Gotham includes a ridiculously graphic scene of Jada Pinket-Smith as Fish Mooney gouging her own left eye out with a goddamned teaspoon and then stomping on it. »»

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