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DVD Review: ‘The Hee Haw Collection’


Heard of 'Hee Haw' but don't really know what it its? This three-disc set is a good introduction to the program. Read More »

TV Review: ‘You’re the Worst’ – Season Two Premiere

You're the Worst

"You're the Worst" is quality entertainment with complex characters, its second season quickly becoming more dynamic than its first. Read More »

TV Review: ‘The League’ – Final Season Premiere


'The League' suffers for its non-sports-fan audience when doing lots of football references, as it does again in the final season premiere, but is still very funny overall. Will the last year be moving, too? Read More »

Wizard World Recap: Ben McKenzie and Sean Pertwee Tease ‘Gotham’ Season 2

Ben McKenzie and Sean Pertwee

The premiere episode of hit show's second season was screened at Wizard World Comic Con on Saturday. Actors Ben McKenzie and Sean Pertwee were also in Chicago for an in-depth Q&A on Sunday afternoon. Read More »

TV Review: Patrick Stewart’s ‘Blunt Talk’


Patrick Stewart stars in "Blunt Talk," a new newsroom comedy from Seth MacFarlane Read More »

TV Review: ‘Jonathan Strange & Mr. Norrell’ – Series Finale

Marc Warren as the Gentleman

Events continue at a quick pace in the final chapter of BBC series 'Jonathan Strange & Mr. Norrell.' Read More »

TV Review: ‘Blunt Talk’ – “I Seem to Be Running Out of Dreams for Myself”

Patrick Stewart and Richard Lewis in 'Blunt Talk'

Stewart’s performance lends itself well to both the gravitas of a Shakespearean tragedy and the absurdity of Don Quixote’s misadventures, adding another fantastic project to his long resume. Read More »

‘Mr. Robot': Natural Born Hacker


An uncertain cross between Edward Norton's The Narrator in 'Fight Club' and a more cynical Donnie Darko, Elliot seems desperately lost in his search for cracking the establishment's encrypted code. Read More »

DVD Review: ‘The Man from U.N.C.L.E.: The Complete Season One’

solo and kuryakin

Warner Home Video is releasing the first season of quintessential '60s spy series "The Man from U.N.C.L.E." Time to get caught up before the new movie's release! Read More »

Blu-ray Review: ‘Hell On Wheels: The Complete Fourth Season’


'Hell On Wheels' continues its wild, grounded dramatization of the building of the railroad and the instability of the western frontier. Read More »