Blu-ray Review: Coffy, Foxy Brown & Friday Foster

Pam Grier is a goddess. Her rise to cinema greatness began as receptionist at the legendary American International Pictures. Director Jack Hill realized she had star potential and took her to the Philippines to make her name in classic women pris »»

Blu-ray Review: Blackula & Scream Blacula Scream

Blacula & Scream Blacula Scream is a double feature of urban horror that lives up to the undead glory promised. »»

DVD Review: MADtv (The Complete Third Season)

MADtv: The Complete Third Season captures a show that went up a level with the arrival fresh talent. »»

DVD Review: Wonder Woman (1974)

Wonder Woman versus Khan in this failed TV pilot movie. »»

DVD Review: Roger Corman's Cult Classics: Lethal Ladies 2 Collection

Lethal Ladies 2 Collection is a estrogen tinged beatdown that stretches from Rome to Hong Kong. »»

DVD Review: The Women In Cages Collection

Roger Corman’s Cult Classics Triple Feature: The Women In Cages Collection is this summer’s must buy title. This is perfect for a hot, sweaty night by the TV. »»

It's Exploitation Genre June with Pam Grier and Jim Brown

Football star, exploitation actress, have films released »»

Roger Corman's Cult Classics titles for 2011

Fans of the Roger Corman’s Cult Classics series will be extra happy in 2011 »»

Mars Attacks! - Blu-ray Review

Mars Attacks! is an adaptation of a 1950s trading card series. And in my opinion, it is one of Burton's most underrated films. »»

Just Wright - Review

Tyler Perry style melodrama … just without the overt religious allusions »»

The L Word: The Complete Fifth Season - DVD Review

Over the last few years, viewers have been able to find a lot of quality television shows on other channels besides the "Big 5" of CBS, ABC, NBC, FOX, and The CW. Going even beyond your basic cable channels, some great shows have been popping up on premium pay channels in HBO and SHOWTIME. HBO had the upper hand over SHOWTIME for years with The Sopranos and Sex and the City, but recently SHOWTIME has fired back with shows like Weeds. HBO and SHOWTIME can get away with more racy and shocking programming, because viewers have to pay extra to see it. But perhaps the most shocking show to come along in years was SHOWTIME's "crown jewel of television programming", The L Word. Now five years later, The L Word is still going strong. »»

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