Blu-ray Review: Prime Suspect (The Complete Collection)

Prime Suspect: The Complete Collection is the gold standard of British police action. »»

Blu-ray Review: Dexter (The Seventh Season)

While it's kinda sad that the series is coming to an end, Dexter: The Seventh Season prepares viewers for this summer's goodbye. »»

DVD Review: Grey's Anatomy (The Complete Eighth Season)

With lion attacks, injured super heroes, explosive coffee and sinkholes you'd think the show is trying to outdo General Hospital. »»

DVD Review: Injustice

Injustice is a compelling courtroom drama. »»

New Solomon Kane Featurette - "Fighting Scenes"

"I am not yet ready to go to hell." »»

Rome (The Complete Series) - DVD Review

Every great BBC comedy series seems to run two seasons or less with few exceptions. The Office and Extras followed Fawlty Towers in stopping at its peak, as opposed to dropping in quality. It’s coincidental that historical epic Rome would follow suit, but mainly because neither network wanted to foot the series’ $100 million per season price tag. But, at two seasons, perhaps not moving any further was a wise move as the series went out at its very peak. »»

The Robe - Blu-ray Review

The Robe does the trick of giving us action and romance without making us think this is strictly a morality play. The sinning doesn’t overshadow the redemption. »»

Quo Vadis - Blu-ray Review

Back in my days at the film archives, Raymond J. Regis, the legendary film collector, was excited when he finally had a chance to screen his Technicolor print of Quo Vadis. He tested out the theater’s new mega-screen with the footage of Rome burning. It’s impossible for me to hear this film’s title without thinking of Ray being pumped up for that screening. He was a connoisseur of religious epics from the ‘50s. Ray would have been eager to pick up Quo Vadis on Blu-ray to see if its message of spiritual sacrifice was uplifted in 1080p. »»

Caligula: The Imperial Edition - Blu-ray Review

i>Caligula classed up the shelves that overflowed with the latest quickies from Seka, Ron Jeremy and Ginger Lynn Allen. A video box advertising the names of O’Toole, Gielgud and Vidal made the adult section seem adult. Caligula depicted a historical figure thus allowing a shop owner to truthfully say, “We got some educational videos back there.” Now the image from the constantly rented VHS tape has been upgraded to 1080p on Caligula: The Imperial Edition. »»

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