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TV Review: ‘Supernatural’ – ‘#THINMAN’


It’s been a while since Supernatural has featured a truly scary monster, and the early scenes of Thinman remind me of “Hook Man” (1x7) and “Scarecrow” (1x11). Read More »

TV Review: ‘Glee’ – ‘Trio’


Glee's "Trio" is uneven with great stuff in New York, terrible stuff at McKinley, and a sweet love story that has illogical parts. Read More »

‘Glee’ Needs to Stop Breaking the Fourth Wall


When I'm watching teenagers sing pop songs under a laser show wearing head-to-toe sequins, I don't want to be reminded how crazy it is. Read More »

TV Review: ‘Supernatural’ – ‘Captives’


Written by Robert Berens and directed by Jerry Wanek, "Captives" is cohesive and well-executed. I Read More »

TV Review: ‘Glee’ – ‘Frenemies’


Revolving around three pairs of characters with very different relationships, the episode has some heartbreaking, but really great, drama. Read More »

Blu-Ray Review: ‘Game of Thrones, Season Three’

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Though there are minor flaws scattered here and there, it’s still an investment worth making. Read More »

DVD Review: ‘Burn Notice – Season Seven’


The story of burned CIA spy Michael Weston wrapped itself up relatively neatly as Michael and his friends faced some of their most difficult challenges yet. Read More »

Blu-ray Review: ‘Murdoch Mysteries – Season Six’

Crabtree goes "under cover" in the episode "Murdoch Au Naturel"

Possibly the most entertaining season yet of this fun and quirky Canadian mystery series. Read More »

Blu-ray Review: ‘Game of Thrones: The Complete Third Season’

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HBO has really gotten their in-house releases down to a science and Game of Thrones: The Complete Third Season is no exception. Read More »

TV Review: Amazon’s Pilot Season Cometh

bosch is offering for our free viewing (and voting) pleasure pilots for five new adult series: three comedies and two dramas. Which one(s) will get made? That is up to we, the viewers. Read More »