Tales from the Crypt & Vault of Horror opens in December

Are you ready for Joan Collins in 1080p? Brace yourself for seeing a youthful Joan in Tales from the Crypt when it's double featured with Vault of Horror on Blu-ray this December 2. Both films were anthology horrors that used to scare theater goers i »»

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: Dynasty (The Eighth Season Volume One & Volume Two)

Get ready for the penultimate season of the '80s hottest primetime soap opera. »»

DVD Review: Dynasty (The Seventh Season, Volume One & Volume Two)

Even in its 7th season the producers and writers came up with even more twists to make this primetime soap opera must see freakiness. »»

DVD Review: Roseanne (The Complete Series)

While Roseanne may be a staple in TV syndication, Joe Corey explains why it's worth picking up the entire series on DVD. »»

DVD Review: Dynasty (The Sixth Season)

The big push for the season is the fake Krystle destroying Blake, but Alexis won't take a backseat to backstabbing. »»

DVD Review: Dynasty (The Fifth Season, Volume One & Two)

It’s easy to see why Season Five was the most popular for Dynasty. It has plenty of twists, turns, plots, schemes, dead bodies, swapped bodies...and more. »»

Dynasty: The Fourth Season, Volume One DVD Review

The over-the-top drama, over-the-top acting and over-the-top hairstyles continue with the fourth season of Dynasty. Take a trip back to 1983 to see what the Carringtons and Colbys are up to this time around. »»

Dynasty: Season 3, Volume 2 - DVD Review

Paramount Video continues its price gouging with the second half of Dynasty's third season. Luckily however, season three pushes the bar for over the top, wholly unbelievable, totally ludicrous, and thoroughly entertaining melodrama. »»

Dynasty: Season 3, Part 1 - DVD Review

hat's really impressive about this show is how they manage to cram so much high melodrama into each episode. The Carringtons never have a moment to breathe. When one situation ends two more pop up to take it's place. It gets to the point where you almost feel as if you've watched two episodes instead of one, which is really extraordinary writing. »»

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