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DVD Review: The Best of Fridays

In the end, the legacy of Fridays is a show that made its name with sex, drugs rock and roll plus mocking Ronald Reagan. »»

Blu-ray Review: The Burning

There's strange feeling watching a teenage summer camp slaughter flick that's populated with future Oscar, Emmy and Tony winners. »»

DVD Review: Family Ties (The Sixth Season)

Family Ties: The Sixth Season keeps up the relaxed family tension. »»

DVD Review: Mission: Impossible, The ’88 TV Season

Mission: Impossible, The ’88 TV Season is much more entertaining than the string of Tom Cruise films. »»

DVD Review: Scooby-Doo! Mystery Incorporated (Season One, Volume 3)

Packs in 4 more episodes that toys with the original Scooby-Doo, Where Are You formula. »»

Just Go With It - Review

Adam Sandler's latest film a complete joke, but not in a good way »»

The Mary Tyler Moore Show: The Complete Seventh Season - DVD Review

After eight years, numerous online petitions and the intervention of Oprah, The Mary Tyler Moore Show: The Complete Seventh Season wraps up the series on DVD. »»

Roger Corman’s Cult Classics Double Feature: The Terror Within / Dead Space - DVD Review

Roger Corman’s Cult Classics Double Feature: The Terror Within / Dead Space must be watched with the Grindhouse Experience which tosses in trailers and other theater promo reels. »»

The SmarK DVD Rant for TV on DVD - Curb Your Enthusiasm, Family Guy, Life After People

“Everyone knows that there’s only two ways to injure your neck, and she wasn’t in a car accident!” »»

Julia Louis-Dreyfus Gets Typo On Hollywood Walk of Fame

They're lucky they did it to a celebrity with a sense of humor. »»

Taxi: The Final Season - DVD Review

The lack of a real finale episode should be received as good news after all the overdrawn schmaltz that accompanies a majority of sitcom goodbyes. »»

It’s Garry Shandling’s Show: The Complete Series - DVD Review

If you have the complete set of Seinfeld and the sporadic Larry Sanders Show DVD sets, you should feel compelled to nab It’s Garry Shandling’s Show: The Complete Series. »»

Rhoda: Season One - DVD Review

This first season of Rhoda finished the year as the #6 hit on TV. The show unleashed Rhoda from the confines of being an element of an ensemble cast. Her weird quirks flourished for the full half hour instead of waiting for Mary to stumble home. »»

Martin: The Complete Fifth Season - DVD Review

There are a variety of reasons why a television series ends, especially if it can survive past four seasons. Some of the most common reasons are a decline in ratings and the creative team running out of ideas, which often go hand-in-hand. However, more times than not the core cast of actors on a series decides a series' longevity. Actors who carry the show and make it interesting for years and years often have the final say in when that show ends. It happened to both Friends and Seinfeld. There is no doubt that Martin Lawrence carried his TV series in the first four seasons, and it appeared that the show could have continued for as long as Lawrence wanted it to. However, Martin Lawrence's own personal problems pretty much put a nail in Martin's coffin and season five would be the final season of the show. »»

Duckman - Seasons 3 & 4 due in January

Duckman - Seasons 3 & 4 is slated to arrive on January 6, 2009 according to Paramount Home Entertainment. The final 48 episodes of the animated series should be contained on 7 DVDs. The S.R.P. for the boxset is $50.99. The video will be in 1.33:1 »»

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