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Six star-studded cases, including Stephen Tobolowsky as a cop! »»

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This is an excellent twin bill for those craving an erotic thriller evening. »»

Blu-ray Review: A Boy and His Dog (Collector's Edition)

A Boy and His Dog is a science fiction film that deserves space in your collection. »»

DVD Review: The Rookies (The Second Season)

The Rookies is joyfully out of control with outrageous coincidences and over the top cases. »»

Stingray (The Complete Series) - DVD Review

A truly memorable cult series from the no name hero. »»

Max Headroom: The Complete Series - DVD Review

TV shows are always great when they dare to bite the hand that feeds them. »»

G.I. Joe: The Movie - Blu-ray Review

No matter how goofy the animated G.I. Joe: The Movie gets, it’s much more entertaining than last summer’s live action G.I. Joe: The Rise of Cobra. »»

Street Hawk: The Complete Series - DVD Review

Street Hawk is a synthesis of every great show of the mid-'80s. »»

Nash Bridges: The Third Season - DVD Review

Nash Bridges: The Third Season truly allows us to embrace Nash and the ‘Cuda as a crack unit. »»

Nash Bridges: The Second Season - DVD Review

Don Johnson had a terrible burden going into the ‘90s. He was somewhat cursed by his seasons on Miami Vice; the series was so iconic to the ‘80s. The fashion, the music and the cars brought the MTV attitude to fighting crime. For five seasons he and Philip Michael Thomas were connected at the hip. After a lukewarm film career, Johnson took a second shot at TV cop stardom with Nash Bridges. He relocated to San Francisco, gave himself a daughter and drove a yellow ’71 Barracuda. He removed Michael Mann’s stick up his butt to give his new cop a happy-go-lucky attitude. No longer was he the glum Sonny Crockett. Cheech Marin was brought onto the Special Investigations Unit as his partner. His comic attitude also lightened up heavy action. Nash Bridges: The Second Season delivers intense cop action without getting too gritty. »»

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Who knew being a pen pal could be so dangerous? Elementary school teachers used to promote the joys of writing letters to people. They would blather on about cultural outreach and making friends in distant lands via a stamp. But they never spoke of how a simple letter can lead to a career as a drug kingpin. Charles Cosby learned the hard way when he wrote a simple fan letter. Instead of scribbling his adoration to Marie Osmond, Bea Arthur or the Dallas Cowboy cheerleaders, he penned a missive to Griselda Blanco, the Godmother of Columbian cocaine distribution. Instead of receiving an autographed photo, she invited him to visit her in prison. Cosby's life was completely elevated when he passed through the bars. She was smitten with the small time dealer. Would he live to tell the tale of loving the Godmother who also was nicknamed the Black Widow? »»

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