Danger Will Robinson! Lost In Space on Blu-ray in September

Lost in Space was a show that went from a serious science fiction adventure to pop color weirdness in three seasons. The tale of the Robinson family being launched into space to colonize a distant planet has remained in reruns for half a century. Whe »»

DVD Review: The Capture of Grizzly Adams

For fans eager for a bit of closure, The Capture of Grizzly Adams does a fine job at revealing the fate of his murder charge. »»

DVD Review: Bonanza (The Official Fifth Season Volume 1 & 2)

Witness the complete saga of Cousin Will on Bonanza. »»

DVD Review: Perry Mason (Season 8, Volume 1)

This volume covers the last hurrah of Ray Collins as Lt. Tragg. »»

DVD Review: The Streets of San Francisco (Season 5, Volume 1 & 2)

The Streets of San Francisco: Season 5, Volume 1 & Volume 2 contain what turned out to be the final season of the cop series. »»

DVD Review: Damon and Pythias

Finally, an Italian shot sword and sandal epic from the early '60s with actual English speaking actors in the titles roles. »»

DVD Review: Adam-12 (The Final Season)

Adam-12 was like Cops with stories taken from real police officers. »»

Voyage to the Bottom of the Sea (Season Four, Volume Two) - DVD Review

Nearly two years since Volume 1, Voyage to the Bottom of the Sea: Season Four, Volume Two has finally surfaced. »»

The Sound of Music: 45th Anniversary Edition - DVD Review

If you have any questions about the movie, the answer is in this boxset. »»

Lost in Space - Blu-ray Review

Fun for the kids, but not for their parents. »»

Walt Disney Treasures: Zorro, The Complete First Season and Second Season - DVD Review

Walt Disney Treasures: Zorro restores the luster to Guy Williams’ dashing heroics. »»

Monster Squad: The Complete Series - DVD Review

It’s like Night at the Museum except cooler since instead of overexposed Ben Stiller, we get Gopher from The Love Boat. »»

Filmation Sci-Fi Box Set - DVD Review

There comes a time on a Saturday morning when parents announce that cartoon time is over. They have plans for the day. While other kids sit around in their pajamas, you're being dragged to shopping malls, lumber yards or the house of a great aunt. Or the worst fate of all: raking leaves. For many kids growing up in the mid-'70s, the three titles on Filmation's Sci-Fi Box Set were only seen on the ratty black and white TV in the barbershop. Ark II, Space Academy and Jason of Star Command were mysterious shows that some swore they'd watch when they were old enough to stop doing yard work and waste an entire Saturday on the sofa. »»

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