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TV Review: ‘Doctor Who’ – ‘Mummy on the Orient Express’

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Doctor Who skips over much needed and anticipated character development this week for a standard stand-alone tale. Read More »

‘American Horror Story: Coven’ Blu-ray Release Event

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American Horror Story: Coven had a scary good release event in New Olreans Read More »

Blu-ray Review: ‘From Dusk till Dawn: Season One’

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If you’re interested in digging into the world of 'From Dusk till Dawn' a little further, the Season One Blu-ray package is probably worth checking out, particularly if you couldn't watch on TV. Read More »

TV Review: ‘Doctor Who’ – ‘Kill the Moon’

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Kill the Moon is a beautiful, compelling, intense beginning of the end for Clara's run on Doctor Who. Read More »

TV Review: ‘Homeland’ Season Four Premiere

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Homeland reboots with an examination of drone strikes and the effects they have on ordinary people. Read More »

DVD Review: ‘The Wonder Years: Complete Series’

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'The Wonder Years: Complete Series' is an awesome set for the memorable classic, beautifully packaged with a TON of bonus features. Read More »

Emmy-Nominated Film ‘Escape Fire’ and Treating the Whole Person

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Increasingly studies confirm that nurturing love, forgiveness, humor, gratitude and other spiritual qualities promote health. Read More »

TV Review: ‘Doctor Who’ – ‘The Caretaker’

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"The Caretaker" is a re-use of a classic Doctor Who mold, which includes some very interesting character notes. Read More »

Building a Hero ‘Gotham’-Style

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The pilot episode of Gotham, the Batman prequel, is a textbook lesson for screenwriters on establishing your hero. Read More »

Interview: Cast of ‘The Wonder Years’

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Just as the complete series of "The Wonder Years" is about to be released in an extras-filled DVD, stars Danica McKellar, Olivia d’Abo, and Alley Mills shared their thoughts and nostalgic insights at a press conference. Read More »