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Blu-ray Review: Chilling Visions: 5 Senses of Fear

This is a fine start for five crews eager to step up to the feature length scares. »»

Blu-ray Review: Night of the Comet: Collector's Edition

This is a film that ought to be getting a lot more play on cable TV than those lame John Hughes movies. »»

DVD Review: The Twilight Zone (The Complete Series)

The boxset is just right for the fan who isn't overly fanatical. This is all about the episodes. »»

Disc News: The Shadow knows in Blu-ray

Before MSNBC knew what evil lurked in the heart of Alec Baldwin he was battling baddies in The Shadow. Now the film gets a collector's release on Blu-ray. »»

Blu-ray Review: John Carpenter Presents Body Bags (Collector's Edition)

Carpenter's work as The Coroner is up to the Crypt Keeper's level of excellence. »»

Blu-ray Review: George A. Romero's Knightriders

Modern Ren Fair folks should enjoy this film about those brave metal wearing pioneers who brought the Medieval life to the countryside. »»

DVD Review: The Greatest Ears In Town: The Arif Mardin Story

Documentary shines a light on an elite record producer. »»

DVD Review: Bubble Guppies & Team Umizoomi: Into the Snow We Go!

Bubble Guppies & Team Umizoomi: Into the Snow We Go! is a fine warm up for when your small kids return home after winter fun. »»

DVD Review: Action-Packed Movie Marathon Volume Two

Action-Packed Movie Marathon Volume Two really does a fine job of bringing together a quartet of semi-explosive fun. »»

DVD Review: Dean Martin Celebrity Roasts: Complete Collection

If the Supreme Court had approved people getting to marry DVD sets, I'd be Mrs. Dean Martin Celebrity Roasts: Complete Collection. »»

Disc News: Wolverine Vs. Sabretooth Throws Down In January

Just don't let Wolverine and Sabretooth handle the DVD. They may scratch it. »»

Blu-ray Review: Bruce Lee: The Legacy Collection

Over the course of 4 Blu-rays and 7 DVDs, Bruce Lee comes alive in the digital age. »»

Blu-ray Review: Star Trek: Enterprise (Season: Two)

Star Trek dared to show us what life would be like in the distant future. How man would go beyond its own solar system to meet life forms on distant planets. After the original series in the '60s, the show was relaunched in the '80s with two addition »»

DVD Review: Mystery Science Theater 3000 (25th Anniversary Edition)

Mystery Science Theater 3000 25th Anniversary Edition is the perfect way to celebrate a quarter century of mocking movies. »»

DVD Review: The Oral Generation

The Oral Generation is a time machine visit back to a seedy cinema in 1970. »»

DVD Review: Drive-In Collection: Virgin and the Lover & Lustful Feelings

A double feature from Kemal Horulu, a director that may never earn his auteur card from the crowd that worship major directors such as Kubrick and Tarantino. »»

DVD Review: Combat! (The Complete Series)

The most extensive military drama committed to television. »»

DVD Review: The New Three Stooges (Complete Cartoon Collection)

If you're a devoted Stooge-a-holic, the cartoons are relaxing viewing. »»

DVD Review: Rocko's Modern Life (The Final Season)

Rocko's Modern Life: The Final Season wraps up one of best cartoons from the '90s. »»

DVD Review: Naked City: The Complete Series

Over half a century later, Naked City remains a top cop show. »»

Disc News: Cat People Pounce In January

Scream Factory to start the new year strong with a pair of vintage horror titles. »»

Blu-ray Review: It's A SpongeBob Christmas

This special might be a little too much for wee kids...bigger kids will enjoy this a little bit more. »»

DVD Review: All Night Horror Marathon

A DVD set that resembles the choices that would have been snagged at the video store back in 1994. »»

DVDs Review: Holiday Gifts from Nickelodeon

This Nickelodeon release has all the things a young kid could want including the crayons. »»

Blu-ray Review: Night Train to Terror

This cinematic gem from 1986 is more horrific than riding Amtrack from Newark to Philly. »»

Blu-ray Review: The Amityville Horror Trilogy

As a teenager, The Amityville Horror was a scary concept. Although as an adult, you learn that all houses are possessed by demons. »»

DVD Review: Petticoat Junction (The Official Third Season)

Petticoat Junction: The Official Third Season is worth remembering since half the episodes feature visits from the newest residents of Hooterville. »»

DVD Review: Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Ultimate Showdown

A fine edition to the Turtles' television legacy. »»

Disc News: Clips from Dean Martin Celebrity Roasts: Complete Collection

Back in the '70s and early '80s, people didn't have to wait all year for a disappointing celebrity roast. They popped up every few weeks with Dean Martin as the host of these all-star festivities. Major stars found themselves being lovingly mocked by »»

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