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Scooby-Doo! and Guess Who?: The Complete Second Season DVD Review

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Teen Titans Go! & DC Super Hero Girls: Mayhem in the Multiverse Blu-ray Review: Intentionally Misleading, but Still Enjoyable

The animated television show Teen Titans Go! is normally a short 15-minute episode event, but it has had a few ...
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Mystery Science Theater 3000: Season 13 and The Gizmoplex Debut Today

Mystery Science Theater 3000 is a show that will not die. It has moved through so many incarnations, starting on ...
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Rick and Morty: The Complete Seasons 1-5 Blu-ray Review: One Pickle, Two Crows, and a Multiverse of Mirth

Rick and Morty is the rarest of TV phenomena: a series so popular that the studio keeps releasing “complete” series ...
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SXSW 2022 Review: Brené Brown: Atlas of the Heart

For many people, they were raised learning that we should be thinking more than feeling in our everyday lives and ...
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12 Angry Men (1997) Blu-ray Review: One Terrific Movie

While Sidney Lumet’s adaptation of Reginald Rose’s 12 Angry Men is a film that is 100 percent perfect and doesn’t ...
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Sundance 2022 Review: We Need to Talk About Cosby

Director/producer W. Kamau Bell's We Need to Talk About Cosby is a four-part documentary series airing on Showtime that tells ...
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ABBA Forever: The Winner Takes It All DVD Review: This New Documentary Is Unsatisfying

The TV movie/documentary which hit U.S. television in August of 2019, and now DVD, chronicles the History of ABBA, currently ...
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The Ultimate Richard Pryor Collection (Uncensored) 13-DVD Set Review: Earns the Ultimate Designation

The Ultimate Richard Pryor Collection (Uncensored) is a 13-disc set celebrating the iconic comedian's work in TV and film, ranging ...
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TV Review: Diary of the Grizzly Man

Many people were first introduced to the work, life, and horrific death of Timothy Treadwell through the 2005 Werner Herzog ...
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From The Couch Hole: Best of TV/Streaming 2021 – Like a Rainbow Crafted by a Drunken Leprechaun

From 2005 through 2013, my Sunday Morning Tuneage blog punctuated each year with an ever increasingly complex Best Of List. ...
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TV Review: The Flash: ‘Armageddon, Part 5’

The tradition continues as the Sentries team up to cover the seventh annual CW/Arrowverse crossover event. This season the five-part ...
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World Series 2021 Collector’s Edition Blu-ray Review: Almost All the Highlights and Footage a Fan Could Ask For

Growing up in a small town in the middle of nowhere, we didn’t have a local MLB team, and it ...
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TV Review: VOIR: Season One

From executive producers David Fincher and David Prior comes VOIR. Season One of this new Netflix series is a collection ...
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TV Review: The Flash: ‘Armageddon, Part 4’

The tradition continues as the Sentries team up to cover the seventh annual CW/Arrowverse crossover event. This season the five-part ...
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TV Review: The Flash: ‘Armageddon, Part 3’

The tradition continues as the Sentries team up to cover the seventh annual CW/Arrowverse crossover event. This season the five-part ...
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Night Gallery Season One Blu-ray Review: Rod Serling’s Other Series Gets a Fresh Coat of Paint

Rod Serling will always be most closely identified with The Twilight Zone, but his follow-up series is finally getting Blu-ray ...
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TV Review: The Flash: ‘Armageddon, Part 2’

The tradition continues as the Sentries team up to cover the seventh annual CW/Arrowverse crossover event. This season the five-part ...
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Superman: The Complete Animated Series Blu-ray Review: A Set for Superfans to Treasure

Remastered for its 25th anniversary, Superman: The Complete Animated Series presents all 54 episodes that originally aired aired on Kids' ...
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TV Review: The Flash: ‘Armageddon, Part 1’

The tradition continues as the Sentries team up to cover the seventh annual CW/Arrowverse crossover event. This season the five-part ...
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The Original Christmas Specials Collection Steelbook Blu-ray Review: Three Gifts, One Stocking Stuffer, One Lump of Coal

For many years, Arthur Rankin Jr. and Jules Bass dominated the small screens with their holiday specials. Even after the ...
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DC’s Legends of Tomorrow: The Complete Sixth Season Blu-ray Review: Not Quite Legendary

In my reviews of previous seasons of Legends of Tomorrow, I've discussed my love for how this series understands how ...
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The Soul of The Midnight Special 10-DVD Set Review: As Chic Says, ‘Good Times’

The Midnight Special ran a bit before my time, but through Time Life’s The Soul Of The Midnight Special I ...
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The Flash (2014): The Complete Seventh Season Blu-ray Review: The Stories Feel Undercooked and Underwhelming

Disclaimer: Warner Bros. Home Entertainment provided Cinema Sentries with a free copy of the Blu-ray reviewed in this post. The ...
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Young Sheldon: The Complete Fourth Season DVD Review

As the CBS hit series The Big Bang Theory, finished its 12th season, I recall being intrigued by the prospect ...
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From the Couch Hole: Whisky Bottles Piled High

Previously on FTCH, we had some good Mountain Dew and some terrible Doritos. It was a week for peace, Pop-Tarts ...
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From the Couch Hole: Come and Join the Living

Previously on FTCH, we doubled up on Vaughn and King, and we went lime, chocolate, strawberry, blueberry, and frosted sugar ...
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From the Couch Hole: Got to Pay Your Dues

Previously on FTCH, we went into Cream and KrispyKreme. The previous episode was pretty funyan and we talked about Love/Hate ...
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From the Couch Hole: I’d Call That a Bargain

Previously on FTCH, we talked trash, discussed the merits of the Kit Kat, fretted about expensive french fries, and reviewed ...
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The Herculoids: The Complete Original Series Blu-ray Review: The Adventures of the Exotic Eight

The Warner Archive Collection continues to upgrade Hanna Barbera cartoons to high definition with the release of The Herculoids: The ...
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From the Couch Hole: Fell in Love by the Soda Machine

Season One, Episode One was well received. We're moving on to Episode Two and I'm starting to get more into ...
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His Dark Materials: The Complete Second Season Blu-ray Review: Entertaining Adaptation of Popular Book Series

There was an era in the 2000s in which movie studios were desperate to find the next The Lord of ...
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From the Couch Hole: Maybe We Can Stay in Touch

There was once a blog named "Sunday Morning Tuneage".  From 2006 - 2013 on MySpace, I wrote a weekly dispatch ...
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Rick and Morty: The Complete Seasons 1-4 Blu-ray Review

Rick and Morty was created by Justin Roiland and Dan Harmon. A series of animated shorts by Roiland that featured ...
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Genndy Tartakovsky’s Primal: The Complete First Season Blu-ray Review: An Animation Masterpiece

Influenced by artist Frank Fanzetta and Heavy Metal magazine, Genndy Tartakovsky's Primal is an animation masterpiece. The Adult Swim TV ...
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Supernatural: The Complete Fifteenth and Final Season Blu-ray Review: A Sad Goodbye to the Winchester Family

Disclaimer: Warner Bros. Home Entertainment provided Cinema Sentries with a free copy of the Blu-ray reviewed in this post. The ...
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Josie and the Pussycats in Outer Space: The Complete Series Blu-ray Review

You may be asking yourself why someone would write a review on the release of Josie and the Pussycats in ...
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TV Review: The Sons of Sam: A Descent into Darkness

What happens when a man begins to investigate a case as a journalist, but then becomes so engrossed in the ...
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Legion of Super Heroes: The Complete Series Blu-ray Review: Back to the Future

Based on the comic of the same name, Legion of Super Heroes ran for two seasons (26 episodes) from 2006 ...
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Austin City Limits: Country (10-Disc Set) Review: A Vital Historical Document of Country Music

Austin City Limits: Country is a music fan's dream. This two-volume set comprised of 10 discs contains 164 live uncut ...
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Six by Sondheim Blu-ray Review: Behind the Music of a True Broadway Baby

The HBO television documentary Six by Sondheim is now available on Blu-ray. A fascinating look at the career of Stephen Sondheim, it tells ...
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Dr. Seuss’ Horton Hears A Who! (1970) Deluxe Edition DVD Review

Horton Hears a Who! was the second television special that combined the talents of author Dr. Seuss and animator Chuck ...
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Harley Quinn: The Complete First And Second Seasons Blu-ray Review: Very Adult, Very Funny

Remember back in the day when you were a child and you could turn on the television and watch Saturday ...
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Rowan & Martin’s Laugh-In: The Complete Series DVD Review

Previously an exclusive from Time Life, the landmark variety show Rowan & Martin's Laugh-In: The Complete Series is now available ...
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Lovecraft Country: The Complete First Season Blu-ray Review: We Are Not Monsters

The first five minutes of HBO’s adventure horror series, Lovecraft Country (Season One), tells you everything you need to know ...
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TV Review: The Night Stalker: The Hunt for a Serial Killer

The summer of 1985 was filled with terror for Southern California residents. A serial killer, who would come to be ...
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Peanuts Deluxe Holiday Collection DVD Review: A Trio of Animated Classics

This collection features three classic Peanuts television specials, It's The Great Pumpkin, Charlie Brown; A Charlie Brown Thanksgiving; and A ...
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The 2020 World Series Blu-ray Review: It’s Time for Dodgers Baseball

Major League Baseball presents The 2020 World Series, the official 85-minute documentary of the six-game series played between the Los ...
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Chernobyl (2019) 4K Ultra HD Review: Harrowing, Horrifying Disaster Story

Chernobyl is a horror story with two monsters. One is technological, the other is human. The human horror caused the ...
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Saturday Night Live: The Early Years: The Best of Seasons 1-5 DVD Box Set Review

This new box set cherry picks 33 complete episodes from the first five years of Saturday Night Live, acting as ...
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Dolly: The Ultimate Collection 19-Disc DVD Review: The Queen of Country Conquers TV

The first four volumes of Dolly: The Ultimate Collection from Time Life contains a massive amount of TV appearances across 19 discs ...
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Jonny Quest: The Complete Original Series Blu-ray Review: 26 Thrilling, Boys’ Adventures

Originally running from September 18, 1964 - March 11, 1965, Jonny Quest is an animated, science fiction/adventure series from Hanna-Barbera Productions. It ...
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Stargirl: The Complete First Season Blu-ray Review: A Stellar Season

Disclaimer: Warner Bros. Home Entertainment provided Cinema Sentries with a free copy of the Blu-ray reviewed in this post. The ...
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You’re Not Elected, Charlie Brown Deluxe Edition DVD Review: Only One Special Gets My Vote

You're Not Elected, Charlie Brown is the eighth Peanuts television special. It first aired in October 1972 before the U.S. Presidential election and ...
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The Plot Against America DVD Review: A Bland ‘What If’ Drama

Based on Phillip Roth's novel of the same name, David Simon's adaptation of The Plot Against America takes a look at an ...
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Burt Sugarman’s The Soul of The Midnight Special: Volume 1 (1973-1976) DVD Review: A Soulful Nostalgia Trip

Long before MTV, if you wanted to see your favorite artist perform their latest hits, you had limited choices: see ...
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Happy Halloween Scooby-Doo! DVD Review: Good on Many Levels

Warner Bros. Home Entertainment provided the writer with a free copy of the DVD reviewed in this Blog Post. The ...
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Killing Eve: Season 3 Blu-ray Review: Girl Power to the Max

Killing Eve is a weird and wonderful show. The cat and mouse attraction/repulsion between British intelligence agent Eve Polastri (Sandra Oh) ...
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Hip Hop: The Songs That Shook America Blu-ray Review: The Presentation Is First Class

In October of 2019, AMC aired a six-episode series called Hip Hop: The Songs That Shook America. That series is being ...
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The Best of Cher Volume 1 & 2 DVD Review: Take It Home

When The Sonny & Cher Comedy Hour ended after the couple's divorce, CBS stuck with Cher. She starred in an eponymous variety ...
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Supergirl: The Complete Fifth Season Blu-ray Review: Full of Feel-good Moments

Written by Damone Rodgers Supergirl: The Complete Fifth Season is definitely an enjoyable way to pass the time during self isolation. ...
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His Dark Materials: The Complete First Season Blu-ray Review: Lyra and Daemons and Bears, Oh My!

Based on Philip Pullman’s fantasy book trilogy of the same name, His Dark Materials opens with graphics that explain the ...
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The Flash (2014): The Complete Sixth Season Blu-ray Review: The Stakes Have Gotten Higher but the Fun Has Gotten Smaller

Warner Bros. Home Entertainment provided Mat Brewster with a free copy of the Blu-ray reviewed in this post. The opinions ...
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DC’s Legends of Tomorrow: The Complete Fifth Season Review: So Much Fun

Disclaimer: Warner Bros. Home Entertainment provided Cinema Sentries with a free copy of the Blu-ray reviewed in this post. The ...
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Batwoman: The Complete First Season Blu-ray Review: The Arrowverse Finally Goes to Gotham

Warner Bros. Home Entertainment provided the writer with a free copy of the Blu-ray reviewed in this article. The opinions ...
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Wonder Woman: The Complete Series Blu-ray Review: Warner Bros. Brings Us Exactly What We Need

In 1975, America found itself in strange times. The president had resigned, we had experienced an energy crisis, and Archie ...
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Castle Rock: The Complete Second Season Blu-ray Review: A Stronger Stephen King Feel to It

Having read numerous Stephen King books and loving so many movies based on them, I was really excited for the ...
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Wild Palms Blu-ray Review: It’s No Twin Peaks

In the wake of the spectacular rise and fall of the original Twin Peaks, its network ABC was keen to produce ...
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The Jetsons The Complete Original Series Blu-ray Review: Meet George Jetson

After the success of The Flintstones, Hanna Barbera returned to the family sitcom two years later with The Jetsons, doing ...
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Looking for Alaska DVD Review: Well Written and Well Acted

Looking for Alaska brings the critically acclaimed work of author John Green to the screen in this eight-episode Hulu Original limited ...
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TV Review: The West Memphis Three: An ID Murder Mystery: A Documentary Miniseries by the Book

Written by Ram Venkat Srikar The West Memphis Three: An ID Murder Mystery is a fly-on-the-wall documentary primarily chronicling the court ...
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TV Review: How to Fix a Drug Scandal: Ripples of a Sweeping Tragedy

Written by Ram Venkat Srikar How to Fix a Drug Scandal is the dictionary definition of infotainment. It's thrilling, suspenseful, entertaining, ...
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Good Omens Blu-ray Review: A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to Armageddon

Based on the 1990 novel by the late Terry Prachett and Neil Gaiman, the latter of whom oversaw the television ...
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Swamp Thing (2019): The Complete Series Blu-ray Review: What Is and What (Unfortunately) Will Never Be

It was doomed from the beginning. Before making its debut on the DC Universe streaming service, Swamp Thing had its initial 13-episode ...
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I Got You Babe: The Best of Sonny & Cher, Volume 1 DVD Review

Sonny & Cher started as a singing duo and had their first big #1 hit in 1965 with “I Got ...
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FLCL Progressive/Alternative Blu-ray Review: A Classic Badly Revived

Warner Bros. Home Entertainment provided the writer with a free copy of the Blu-ray reviewed in this article. The opinions ...
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TV Review: Twin – A Limited Series

Norwegian actor Kristofer Hivju is probably best-known to most avid television viewers as the ginger-haired, love-lorn Tormund Giantsbane from HBO's Game ...
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TV Review: The Forgotten Army: Predictability Plays the Spoilsport

Written by Ram Venkat Srikar The Forgotten Army has its creator's signature all over it. And that doesn't quite work in ...
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TV Review: Arrow / Legends of Tomorrow: ‘Crisis on Infinite Earths, Part 4 & 5’

A pair of Sentries are teaming up to take on the five-part "Crisis on Infinite Earths" crossover event.  If you ...
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The Dick Cavett Show: New York Radio Pioneers DVD Review: See the Faces Behind the Voices

The Dick Cavett Show was a talk show that aired on different TV channels, broadcast and cable, from 1968 to ...
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TV Review: The Flash: ‘Crisis on Infinite Earths, Part 3’

A pair of Sentries are teaming up to take on the five-part "Crisis on Infinite Earths" crossover event.  If you ...
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TV Review: Batwoman: ‘Crisis on Infinite Earths, Part 2’

A pair of Sentries are teaming up to take on the five-part "Crisis on Infinite Earths" crossover event.  If you ...
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The Big Bang Theory: The Complete Series Blu-ray Review: One of the Most Beloved Sitcoms Comes to a Beautiful Conclusion

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TV Review: Supergirl: ‘Crisis on Infinite Earths, Part 1’

A pair of Sentries are teaming up to take on the five-part "Crisis on Infinite Earths" crossover event. Gordon S. ...
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The Kominsky Method: The Complete First Season DVD Review

Warner Bros. Home Entertainment provided the writer with a free copy of the DVD reviewed in this Blog Post. The ...
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TV Review: Hellier: Season 2

Last year, Season 1 of Hellier debuted on YouTube and quickly won over fans and critics alike. The ten episodes of Hellier: Season 2 ...
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Stephen King’s Storm of the Century (1999) DVD Review: Intriguing Premise at Snail’s Pace

TV made sense as its own thing until about 20 years ago. Nowadays, what constitutes TV is so sprawling and ...
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Doctor Who: The Sun Makers DVD Review: Death and Taxes

Doctor Who is a long-running British science-fiction television series featuring the Doctor, a Time Lord from the planet Gallifrey whose adventures ...
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Sesame Street: 50 Years and Counting DVD Review: A Golden Celebration

Sesame Street: 50 Years and Counting, available on DVD and as a digital download, celebrates the most successful children's entertainment ...
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Dreamworks Ultimate Holiday Collection Blu-ray Review: Holiday Specials for a New Generation

As my friends and family can attest, Christmas is my favorite time of year. Not only do I decorate the ...
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The Toys That Made Us: Seasons 1 & 2 Collector’s Edition Blu-ray Review: This Is About Nostalgia

Ever have that experience of pulling a box out of the closet and finding a bunch of your old toys? ...
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Robin Williams: Comic Genius (5-DVD Set) Review: A Retrospective of the Brilliant Comedian

Time Life, in conjunction with the estate of Robin Williams, has released Robin Williams: Comic Genius as a 5-disc DVD collection. This ...
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Doom Patrol: The Complete First Season Blu-ray Review: Seriously Weird

Warner Bros. Home Entertainment provided the writer with a free copy of the Blu-ray reviewed in this article. The opinions ...
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Scooby-Doo! Return to Zombie Island DVD Review: The Plot Is Pretty Much Contained in the Title

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DC’s Legends of Tomorrow: The Complete Fourth Season Blu-ray Review: Legendary Fun

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Downton Abbey Movie Review: Fans Are Invited Back for a Royal Visit

After ending in 2015, Downton Abbey, the hit trans-Atlantic TV series that ran for six seasons, returns with a theatrical ...
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The Flash (2014): The Complete Fifth Season Blu-ray Review: Slow It Down, Flash!

Warner Bros. Home Entertainment provided Mat Brewster with a free copy of the Blu-ray reviewed in this post. The opinions ...
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Murdoch Mysteries: Season 12 DVD Review: A True Delight

I am an unabashed detective story/crime drama/mystery fan. Whether these tales are being told via novels, comics, movies, or television ...
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What We Left Behind: Looking Back at Star Trek: Deep Space Nine Blu-ray Review

What We Left Behind, a riff on the title of the series finale "What You Leave Behind," finds Deep Space Nine showrunner ...
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The Good Place: The Complete Third Season DVD Review: A Great Show

While watching Season One of The Good Place - a series in which four not-so-good humans find themselves in the heaven-like Good ...
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The Best of The Carol Burnett Show: 50th Anniversary Edition 21-DVD Set Review

Two years later and Time Life is still celebrating the 50th anniversary of The Carol Burnett Show, which debuted on September ...
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The New Scooby-Doo Movies: The (Almost) Complete Collection Blu-ray Review: A Solid Entry in the Franchise

Warner Bros. Home Entertainment provided our writer with a free copy of the Blu-ray reviewed in this post. The opinions ...
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Archer: Danger Island: The Complete Season Nine DVD Review: One of the Funniest Comedies on TV

Season Nine finds Archer still in a coma after having been shot in Season Seven, but his dreams have changed ...
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Castle Rock: The Complete First Season Blu-ray Review: So Much Potential Wasted

My love of reading and addiction to Stephen King started at a young age thanks to my Uncle Vern. King's ...
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DC’s Legends of Tomorrow: Season Three Blu-ray Review: Legendary Television

Warner Bros. Home Entertainment provided the writer with a free copy of the Blu-ray reviewed in this Blog Post. The ...
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The Flash (2014): The Complete Fourth Season Blu-ray Review: Faster than Ever

Disclaimer: Warner Bros. Home Entertainment provided Cinema Sentries with a free copy of the Blu-ray reviewed in this post. The ...
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Jackass: Complete Movie and TV Collection DVD Review: Not for the Faint of Heart

Tied to the release of Johnny Knoxville's Action Point, Paramount has released Jackass: Complete Movie and TV Collection, an 11-disc ...
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The Flash (2014): The Complete Third Season Blu-ray Review: The Fastest (and Best) Superhero Show On TV

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DC’s Legends of Tomorrow: The Complete Second Season Blu-ray Review: Much Stronger and More Coherent Than Season One

Disclaimer: Warner Bros. Home Entertainment provided Cinema Sentries with a free copy of the Blu-ray reviewed in this post. The ...
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I Love Lucy: Superstar Special #2 DVD Review: Lucy and the Duke

Following its airing on May 20, 2016, the I Love Lucy Superstar Special #2, which aired colorized versions of the ...
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Bob Hope: Hope for the Holidays DVD Review: Pop-culture Relics from a Bygone Era

As the DVD menu reveals, Hope for the Holidays is actually the fourth disc from the 11-DVD set titled Thanks ...
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TV Review: Legends of Tomorrow: ‘Invasion!’

The Cinema Sentries are having their own crossover event to cover the DC Superheroes four-part crossover event entitled "Invasion!" running ...
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TV Review: Arrow: ‘Invasion!’

The Cinema Sentries are having their own crossover event to cover the DC Superheroes four-part crossover event entitled "Invasion!" running ...
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TV Review: The Flash: ‘Invasion!’

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TV Review: Supergirl: ‘Medusa’

The Cinema Sentries are having their own crossover event to cover the DC Superheroes four-part crossover event entitled "Invasion!," running ...
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The Flash (2014): The Complete Second Season Blu-ray Review: At Its Core, The Series Is a Family Drama

Disclaimer: Warner Bros. Home Entertainment provided Cinema Sentries with a free copy of the Blu-ray reviewed in this post. The ...
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The Monkees: Season 2 DVD Review: The Monkees Take Control

The Monkees are a fascinating pop-culture phenomenon. Inspired by The Beatles' A Hard Day's Night, producers Bob Rafelson and Bert ...
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DC’s Legends of Tomorrow: The Complete First Season Blu-ray Review: Brings the Fun Back to Comic Book-related Shows

While DC's recent superhero movies have gotten mixed reviews for being too dark or brooding or not understanding the source ...
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Gotham (2014): The Complete Second Season Blu-ray Review: So Far, So Good

The ascension to success is quite often a very bumpy climb. Just ask Gotham's hero Jim Gordon (Ben McKenzie). Poor ...
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Roots: The Complete Original Series Blu-ray Review: A Powerful Story About a Family and a Country

Commemorating the 40th anniversary a year early, the landmark television miniseries Roots has been remastered and released on Blu-ray. Based ...
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Be Cool, Scooby-Doo! Season 1 Part 1 DVD Review: Spooky Kooky Fun!

A few years ago I reviewed the eleventh version of Scooby-Doo! - Scooby-Doo! Mystery Incorporated.  That series was a pretty ...
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Batman: The Television Series: The Complete Third Season DVD Review: And Batgirl Makes Three

Warner Brothers has completed the entire run of Batman on DVD with the recent release of The Complete Third Season.  ...
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The Flash (2014): The Complete First Season Blu-ray Review: Check This Series Out as Fast as You Can

When I first watched The Flash pilot "City of Heroes" at the 2014 San Diego Comic-Con, I thought that "while ...
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Peanuts: Emmy Honored Collection DVD Review: The Quality of These Specials Is Mixed

In anticipation of the upcoming The Peanuts Movie and tying in with the Academy of Television Arts & Sciences' recent ...
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Gotham (2014): The Complete First Season DVD Review: Jim Gordon Steps Up to Bat

Being a more "reserved" nerd - one who does not attend conventions, camp out in line for things, spend time ...
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Batman: The Television Series: The Second Season Part Two DVD Review: Back to the Batshow!

On the off chance someone doesn't know about the iconic Batman TV series from the 1960s (there must be at ...
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Scooby-Doo! and Scrappy-Doo! The Complete Season 1 DVD Review: Puppy Power Does Work

I had known Scooby-Doo cartoons my whole life.  They had always just been that Saturday morning staple and I never ...
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Batman: The Television Series: The Second Season Part One DVD Review: Holy Classic TV Comedy!

After years of legal rights issues needing to be sorted out (and likely a fascinating story in its own right), ...
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Batman: The Brave and the Bold: The Complete Second Season Blu-ray Review: Great Teamwork on and off Screen

Warner Archive continues its release of Cartoon Network's Batman: The Brave and the Bold on Blu-ray with The Complete Second Season.  The ...
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Phineas and Ferb: Star Wars DVD Review: A Parallel Adventure in the Galactic Empire

Phineas and Ferb works almost entirely on the basis of their engaging formula. While there have been occasional efforts to ...
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TV Review: The Flash (2014): ‘City of Heroes’

After two appearances in the second season of Arrow, Barry Allen/The Flash (Grant Gustin) has been spun off into his ...
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Batman: The Brave and the Bold: The Complete First Season Blu-ray Review: Action and Comedy Make a Great Team

Since 1986, many of the stories about Batman have been grim and gritty, most notably in the comic books of ...
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Longmire: The Complete Second Season DVD Review: A Standout Show Worth Watching

The second season of the popular A&E western crime drama Longmire continued the successful formula of interesting standalone cases along ...
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Beware the Batman: Shadows of Gotham, Season 1 Part 1 DVD Review: A New Take On An Old Character

By my count there have been no fewer than 12 movies, 16 television series, several radio shows, and countless comic ...
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Archer: The Complete Fourth Season Four Blu-ray Review: Laugh Another Day

During the 13 episodes of its fourth season, Adam Reed's espionage comedy Archer continued the escapades of international intrigue and ...
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TV Review: The Good Wife: ‘The Decision Tree’ & ‘Goliath and David’

I think The Good Wife is consistently one of the best shows on TV. But now that we're midway through ...
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The Dean Martin Celebrity Roasts Collector’s Edition DVD Review: You’re Nobody ’til Somebody Insults You

During the ninth and final season of The Dean Martin Show, which ran from 1965 to 1974, a segment was ...
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TV Review: Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.: ‘0-8-4’

Gordon S. Miller files his report “0-8-4,” the name of the episode, is a S.H.I.E.L.D. code for an object of ...
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Doctor Who: The Snowmen Blu-ray Review: This Year The Doctor’s Christmas Gift Is a New Companion

Series Seven continues the tradition in the Doctor Who universe of a stand-alone Christmas special coming between the two halves. ...
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Hanna-Barbera and Rankin/Bass Christmas Collections Review: A Belated Animated Christmas

Written by Brandie Ashe Yeah, yeah—Christmas is over, the holidays have passed once again, and it's too late (or too ...
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Archer: The Complete Season Three DVD Review: Not Just Your Ordinary International Spy, He’s Much Worse

I've never been a big fan of the spy genre. I couldn't care less if they made another James Bond ...
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TV Review: Doctor Who: The Snowmen

Santa Claus brought Doctor Who fans a new companion this year, and she proves to be a keeper. As 19th ...
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Fathom Events Presents Star Trek: The Next Generation: A Season Two Celebration

It's hard to believe that it's been 25 years since Captain Picard (Patrick Stewart) and the crew of the Enterprise-D ...
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Prep & Landing: Totally Tinsel Collection DVD Review: A Totally Tinsel Way to Spend Christmas

Written by Kristen Lopez In 2009 ABC put out a Christmas special that blended the wit and animation of Pixar ...
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Frankenstein (2004) DVD Review: A Little Too Anemic to be Gothic

Written by Mule The television miniseries Frankenstein (2004) is based on Mary Shelley's novel, is directed by Kevin Connor, and ...
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Doctor Who: Spearhead From Space (Special Edition) DVD Review: One of the Franchise’s Very Best

Written by Greg Barbrick The first Doctor Who serial to be filmed in color was Spearhead From Space (Story #51), ...
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Misfits: Season One DVD Review: Anti-Superheroes Who Would Make Superman Weep

Oh, Misfits, so much to answer for. And “Buffy-esque snark,” as New York Magazine calls it, is a monumentally misleading ...
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Doctor Who: The Greatest Show in the Galaxy DVD Review: A Serviceable Children’s Adventure

Doctor Who is a long-running British science fiction television series featuring The Doctor, a Time Lord from the planet Gallifrey ...
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Misfits: Season One DVD Review: They’re No Heroes

The review excerpt used as a marketing tagline on this series proclaims “Heroes with Buffy-esque snark”, which is a fair ...
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Leverage: The 4th Season DVD Review: Like a Needle Stuck in a Groove

When Leverage first aired on TNT several years back, the modern-day spin on the classic espionage series Mission: Impossible seemed ...
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The Costume Drama Classic Collection DVD Review: An Embarrassment of Riches

Written by Greg Barbrick Besides music, one of the greatest British exports in the field of entertainment is the “costume ...
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Doctor Who: The Krotons DVD Review: The Typical Troughton Template

When this reviewer last visited with the Second Doctor, Patrick Troughton, it was the beginning of Season 5 in September ...
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Louie: The Complete Second Season Blu-ray Review: Don’t Believe the Hype

Louie is a critically acclaimed TV series on FX that follows the exploits of a fictionalized version of middle-aged, stand-up ...
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Michael Wood’s Story of England DVD Review: 2,000 Years of Tales from Kibworth

Michael Wood’s Story of England, a six-part documentary originally aired on BBC Four in the fall of 2010, may lead ...
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Midsomer Murders: Set 20 Blu-ray Review: Crime and Bemusement in the English Countryside

Deep in the English countryside, there’s a fictional county with an alarmingly high murder rate. Despite its fairly low population, ...
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Wilfred: The Complete First Season DVD Review: Thank You, Australian Television

Out of all the television producing and filmmaking countries in the world, there are perhaps two that Americans love to ...
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Mondo Bastardo: Spaghetti, Sleaze, and Mysteries

It’s time to let our fingers wander through the shelves as I introduce you to a new feature, Mondo Bastardo ...
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Transformers: Prime: One Shall Stand DVD Review: The Good Outweighs the Mediocre

Written by Chad Derdowski “One Shall Stand” was originally presented as a massive, seven-episode story arc during the first two ...
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The House on Garibaldi Street DVD Review: Primetime TV Nazi Hunters

Though their contributions to mankind will — thankfully — never be looked upon in a positive light by anyone other ...
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LEGO Ninjago Masters of Spinjitzu: Season One DVD Review: A Fun but Lightweight Extended Toy Commercial

Four pizza-loving teen ninjas battle the forces of evil under the tutelage of their wise old sensei. Teenage Mutant Ninja ...
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Alice: The Complete First Season DVD Review: Three Broke Girls in Search of a Voice

Thirty-five years before there were Two Broke Girls working as waitresses, there were three broke girls in Vera (Beth Howland), ...
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The Amazing Chan and the Chan Clan: The Complete Series DVD Review: Wham-Bam, They’re in a Jam!

Ever since his very first moving picture appearance in the now-lost 1926 film The House Without a Key, Charlie Chan ...
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Elmo’s Magic Numbers DVD Review: 1-2-3 with Elmo, Max, Zoe, and Will Arnett

If you’re familiar with the Sesame Street franchise, you already know that the brand is fairly consistent in delivering content ...
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The Sinking of the Laconia DVD Review: A Top-Notch BBC Program

Written by Greg Barbrick The second RMS Laconia was a Cunard ocean liner built by Swan, Hunter & Wigham Richardson ...
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Lancelot Link: Secret Chimp Special Collector’s Edition DVD Review: The Monkey Who Came in from the Cold

Airing on ABC, Lancelot Link, Secret Chimp was a Saturday morning kids’ show that spoofed spy movies in much the ...
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Doctor Who: Death to the Daleks DVD Review: A Very Suspenseful Story

Written by Greg Barbrick ”Exterminate! Exterminate!” Don’t you just love it when the Daleks show up on a Doctor Who ...
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Doc Martin Series 5 DVD Review: Baby Makes Three, Doesn’t Spoil the Chemistry

This show may not be everyone’s cup of tea, but its offbeat cast of characters continue to delight those willing ...
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This Is Civilization DVD Review: Examining the Controversial Role of Art in Civilization

Written by Greg Barbrick “Whenever I hear the word ‘culture’, I reach for my pistol,” is a line attributed to ...
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G.I. Joe: A Real American Hero Series 2, Season 2 DVD Review: No, Joe!

Written by Chad Derdowski In 1989, three years after the Sunbow-produced G.I. Joe animated series had run its course, DIC ...
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In Their Own Words DVD Review: A Great Treat for History Buffs

Athena’s In Their Own Words two-DVD set collects a pair of BBC Four television series of the same. The production ...
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Treasure Houses of Britain DVD Review: How the One-Percenters Used to Live

Written by Greg Barbrick Although I have never been to Great Britain, I am aware of the fact that some ...
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Top Gear: The Complete Season 18 DVD Review: The Best Car Show in the World

Written by Ben Platko Petrolheads rejoice: Clarkson, Hammond, May, and The Stig are back with another season of Top Gear! ...
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Civilization: The West and the Rest DVD Review: Niall Ferguson’s Cultural Arrogance Clouds This Series

Written by Jordan Richardson British historical Niall Ferguson presents Civilization: The West and the Rest, a BBC documentary series with ...
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The Code DVD Review: An Intriguing Educational Journey

Written by Greg Barbrick The new Athena two-DVD set The Code is not to be confused in any way with ...
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Doctor Who: The Seeds of Death Special Edition DVD Review: Delightful yet Dull

Written by Chad Derdowski In the late 21st century, humankind has given up on its dreams of one day traversing ...
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Gene Simmons Family Jewels: Season Six Volumes 1 and 2 DVD Review: An Emotional Season for the Demon

Written by Greg Barbrick When I first heard that Gene Simmons was finally getting married, the cynic in me figured ...
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Without a Trace: The Complete Third Season DVD Review: Primetime Filler

My first viewing experience of Jerry Bruckheimer’s Without a Trace really wasn’t much of a voluntary one. I was reviewing ...
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Sherlock: Season Two Blu-ray Review: Contemporary Genius

It doesn’t matter we’re talking about a gifted mathematician or an extremely skilled plumber: every genius is that of a ...
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Lancelot Link: Secret Chimp DVD Review: Very Funny Stuff Indeed

Written by Greg Barbrick For those of us of a certain age, Lancelot Link: Secret Chimp is fondly remembered. The ...
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Sealab 2020 DVD Review: Underwater Environmentalism for the Kids

Written by Greg Barbrick I have to admit that as a kid, I was never much into the “action adventure” ...
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Teen Wolf: Season 1 DVD Review: Color Me Surprised and Count Me as a Fan

Written by Chad Derdowski It was virtually impossible to not be skeptical when MTV decided to launch a new television ...
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American Pickers: Volume Three DVD Review: They’re a-Pickin’ and You’ll Be a-Grinnin’

Written by Greg Barbrick The History Channel (now just called History) has come a long way since their debut on ...
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The Dean Martin Variety Show (Uncut) DVD Review: Cool Is Still Cool

Watching episodes of The Dean Martin Variety Show made one thing very clear – there is no equivalent of the ...
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Inch High, Private Eye: The Complete Series DVD Review: Kick-Ass Hanna-Barbera Fun

Once again, it’s time for us to dive into another vintage Hanna-Barbera classic from the folks at Warner Brothers. While ...
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Pawn Stars: Volume Four DVD Review: To Pawn or Not to Pawn in Las Vegas

Written by Greg Barbrick Remember when pawnshops used to be scary? Maybe it was the area I grew up in, ...
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Doctor Who: Dragonfire DVD Review: Trapped in the 1980s

Written by Chad Derdowski My continuing journey into the world of Doctor Who continues with the fourth and final serial ...
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Sherlock: Season Two Blu-ray Review: It’s Elementary That You Must Watch This

My keen powers of observation have allowed me to deduce that you’re thinking “Another Sherlock Holmes project? Enough already!” Sure, ...
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The River: The Complete First Season DVD Review: Oren Peli’s Paranormal Holocaust

While police procedurals are and always have been a dime a dozen when it comes to television shows, the horror ...
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Doctor Who: Nightmare of Eden DVD Review: Drugs Are Bad, M’Kay

Written by Chad Derdowski When an interstellar cruise ship emerges from hyperspace at the exact same coordinates as a trade ...
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Doctor Who: The Happiness Patrol DVD Review: Don’t Worry, Be Happy or Else

Written by Greg Barbrick Has anyone ever stopped to consider what the politics of The Doctor might be? I must ...
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Hell on Wheels: The Complete First Season Blu-ray Review: The Boiling Melting Pot

This AMC series didn’t seem to get much attention during its first season, especially in comparison to the network’s critical ...
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G.I. Joe: Renegades: Season 1, Volume 1 DVD Review: All Set Up with No Payoff

Written by Chad Derdowski In 2011, a team of military specialists were branded as traitors to their country for a ...
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Tom and Jerry: Around the World DVD Review: A Bad Trip

In all the world of home media, there is perhaps nothing as dreaded as the proverbial “best of” compilation — ...
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Tinker Tailor Soldier Spy (1979) Blu-ray Review: The Spy Who Went Out in the Cold

Decades before last year’s theatrical adaptation, John le Carre’s classic espionage novel was the basis for this BBC TV miniseries. ...
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Sesame Street: Singing with the Stars DVD Review: Sure to Capture the Hearts of Both Parents and Children

Written by Chad Derdowski If there’s two things I love, it’s a good parody song and a celebrity guest appearance. ...
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Doctor Who: Carnival Of Monsters Special Edition DVD Review: Oh, The Places They’ll Go

In my past few reviews of the Doctor Who DVD releases, I’ve lamented the randomness of dropping into a story ...
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Dark Shadows: Fan Favorites DVD Review: Vampires, Witches, and Werewolves, Oh My!

The DVD for Dark Shadows: The Greatest Episodes Collection - Fan Favorites opens with original series star Kathryn Leigh Scott ...
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The Best of Barnabas DVD Review: A Perfect Primer for Dark Shadows Vampire Virgins

Dark Shadows is the show that will not die. Like its lead character, vampire Barnabas Collins, the so called “supernatural ...
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Logan’s Run: The Complete Series DVD Review: Its Life Was Also Cut Short

In 1967 the novel Logan’s Run was written by William F. Nolan and George Clayton Johnson. In 1976 it was ...
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In Their Own Words DVD Review: Entertaining and Informative

Written by Greg Barbrick The Athena Company’s series of DVDs provide some of the most entertaining and educational programs I ...
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Bob’s Burgers The Complete 1st Season DVD Review: An Acquired Taste

Written by Sombrero Grande Imagine you’ve just entered a new restaurant, sat down and ordered your food, and then you ...
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Shazzan: The Complete Series DVD Review: Rather Repetitive

Written by Chad Derdowski I never really got into Shazzan as a kid. This is probably due in large part ...
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Frozen Planet Blu-ray Review: BBC Hits the Poles

Following the huge worldwide success of their previous epic nature projects Planet Earth and Life, the BBC cameramen don their ...
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Torchwood: Miracle Day Blu-ray Review: A Welcome Return with an Unsatisfying Ending

The last time we saw Captain Jack Harkness (John Barrowman) was at the end of the Torchwood: Children of Earth ...
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Smiley’s People DVD Review: The Spy Who Came in from Retirement

Alec Guinness returned to the role of George Smiley in 1982’s BBC miniseries Smiley’s People. Based on the book of ...
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Doctor Who: The Daemons DVD Review: Something’s Going Down in Devil’s End

Written by Chad Derdowski Having recently dipped my toe into the world of Doctor Who with The Face of Evil ...
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Doctor Who: The Three Doctors Special Edition DVD Review: Are Three Doctors Better Than One?

My last Who review left us with the Second Doctor, Patrick Troughton, just after the The Tomb Of The Cybermen ...
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Public Image Limited: Live at Rockpalast DVD Review: A Must for PiL Fans

Written by Greg Barbrick When John Lydon formed Public Image Ltd. in 1978, nobody knew what to make of it ...
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Doctor Who: The Robots of Death Special Edition DVD Review: Highly Recommended

Written by Chad Derdowski Imagine, if you will, a world in which face-painted men with “Flock of Seagulls”-style haircuts commingle ...
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Archer: The Complete Season Two Blu-ray Review: License to Laugh

In Season Two of FX’s Archer, creator/executive producer Adam Reed and his team deliver another frequently hysterical season of outrageous ...
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Todd & the Book of Pure Evil: The Complete First Season DVD Review: Join the Cult

Just in time for tonight’s Second Season premiere on FEARnet, the complete First Season DVD box set is now available. ...
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Doctor Who: The Face of Evil DVD Review: Immensely Satisfying

Written by Chad Derdowski Tom Baker is the Doctor. At least, or my money he is. And while it might ...
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It Takes a Thief (1968) The Complete Series Review: Fans Will Find This Set Terrific

Created by Ronald Kibbee, It Takes a Thief, which ran for three seasons on ABC from 1968-70, is an action-adventure ...
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Elmo’s World: Elmo’s Favorite Things DVD Review: Fun, Colorful and Educational

Written by Amanda Salazar Though he has dabbled in films, starring in The Adventures of Elmo in Grouchland and having ...
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World on a Wire Criterion Collection Blu-ray Review: The Nature of Unnatural Reality

Two business colleagues at a supercomputer research facility are enjoying a pleasant conversation before one of them declares that he ...
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World on a Wire Criterion Collection DVD Review: A Superb Piece of Science Fiction

Written by Greg Barbrick What if everything you thought you knew was nothing but a fabrication? This is but one ...
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Scooby-Doo! Mystery Incorporated: Season One, Part 2 DVD Review: Crystal Cove Curse

Following the Scooby-Doo gang is a patient, often frustrating process of starts and stops and reboots. There are currently two ...
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Jerry Lewis as The Jazz Singer (1959) DVD Review: Jerry Sings? Oy Vey!

Yes, you read that right: Jerry Lewis as The Jazz Singer. As if the 1980 musical version of Samson Raphaelson’s ...
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Iron Monster and Sesame Heroes DVD Review: A Crossover Recommended for Kids and Their Parents

Written by Chad Derdowski Sesame Street has a longstanding tradition of poking fun at popular culture, including television programs, game ...
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10 Things I Hate About You: Season One, Volume Two DVD Review: Canceled Too Soon?

Wait, they made a series out of that movie? Indeed they did! For those of us who don’t bother paying ...
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Glee: The Concert Blu-ray Review: Fun Performances, Lame Interludes

The Glee concert film captures a moment in time of a pop-culture phenomenon that had already started its slow march ...
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‘Twas the Night Before Christmas (1974) Blu-ray Review: An Average Rankin Bass TV Special

Arthur Rankin, Jr. and Jules Bass created many successful animated holiday specials, the best known being Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer ...
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Tinker Tailor Soldier Spy (1979) DVD Review: An Enthralling Search for a Mole in the Circus

During the latter half of the 20th Century, David John Moore Cornwell became world renowned as espionage-fiction writer John le ...
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The Looney Tunes Show Season One Volume 2 DVD Review: Bugs and Daffy as The Odd Couple

Written by Greg Barbrick Although it came out a little over a year ago, I have taken my time in ...
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The Adventures of Tintin Season One DVD Review: Animated Adventure Abounds!

The Adventures of Tintin by Belgian artist Hegre first appeared as a comic strip in a children’s newspaper supplement in ...
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Frosty’s Winter Wonderland DVD Review: A Warm Return from Everybody’s Favorite Snowman

Written by Greg Barbrick There are a lot of reasons that people enjoy the holiday season. For me it is ...
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Prep & Landing DVD Review: A Real Christmas Treat

Written by Sombrero Grande Creating a new “Christmas classic” is difficult, but that doesn’t stop many folks from trying every ...
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Fanny & Alexander Criterion Collection Blu-ray Review: Bergman’s Documentary Trumps Feature Film

As a newcomer to Fanny & Alexander, I was surprised to learn that the original format of the project was ...
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The Avengers: Earth’s Mightiest Heroes! Volume 3 and 4 DVD Review: Entertainment Assembled!

Based on the Marvel comic book series, The Avengers: Earth’s Mightiest Heroes! is a very good animated program for superhero ...
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Carlos (2010) Criterion Collection DVD Review: An Extraordinary Movie

Written by Greg Barbrick From the opening explosion of a car bomb in Paris, through the anti-climactic, somewhat pathetic ending ...
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