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Blu-Ray Review: South Park (The Complete Sixteenth Season)

South Park remains appointment television every week because Trey Parker and Matt Stone haven’t lost anything off their comedy fastball. »»

South Park To Reach 20 Seasons With New Three-Year Deal

Comedy Central extends the series through 2016. »»

There's Nothing Out There! - DVD Review

All the stops pulled out for 20th anniversary DVD release of classic cult film that pioneered the self-referential horror genre years before Scream. »»

Bad Movies Done Right — Meet the Feebles

Every day Robert Saucedo shines a spotlight on a movie either so bad it’s good or just downright terrible. Today: Puppets gone wild. »»

Best of the Aughts – Animated Movies

Rapid advancements in technology and the increasing acceptance of animation as a genre not limited to being solely for children has led to this being an interesting, and excellent, decade for animated films. »»

South Park: The Complete Twelfth Season - Blu-ray Review

Fans are going to nab this no matter what, but I'm going to urge non-fans or those that turned their backs on South Park at some point to give it another chance. What have you got to lose but some time spent making fun of the election and Britney Spears? »»

South Park's 12th Season in Glorious Blu-Ray!

Sweeeeetttttt...Blu-ray! »»

South Park: The Complete Twelfth Season - DVD Review

After the hit or miss season 11, I was really worried that South Park was going to follow the path of The Simpsons, which also turned south around this time in their run. Well after watching these fourteen episodes, any trepidation has been completely blown to smithereens just like the top of Britney's head (if you've seen the episode you know what I'm talking about.) »»

South Park: The Complete Eleventh Season Uncensored! DVD Review

With thirteen episodes there are only three here that I would call classics: "Fantastic Easter Special," "Night Of The Living Homeless" and "The List." A few other episodes are pretty good and some of them are just down right bad. In the commentary for "D-Yikes!" Matt Stone even admits that he's not a fan of the episode. However, on a side note, that episode does have one of the funniest commentaries. »»

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