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TV Review: ‘Glee’ – ‘Tina in the Sky With Diamonds’


I’ll be honest. I groaned when I saw that part two of Glee‘s Beatles tribute on FOX was called “Tina in the Sky With Diamonds.” If you follow my Gleekonomics column at all, I have periodically complained about Tina (Jenna Ushkowitz) as a character in the past, finding her grating and adding little to no value to the series. My ... Read More »

DVD Review: ‘Doctor Who’ – ‘The Ice Warriors’

Ice Warriors

Watching it today, it rings oddly prophetic when mirrored against our increasingly interconnected and internet-heavy world. Read More »

‘Breaking Bad’ – The Fine Art of Walter White’s Fall


So how do you begin to truly appreciate something so massive, so complicated, and still not miss something? Read More »

Blu-ray Review: ‘Doctor Who: The Complete Seventh Series’


Matt Smith's final season as the Doctor is certainly his best. Read More »

DVD Review: Doctor Who – Scream of the Shalka


While it might not be a great story in context of the modern Doctor Who, it was an integral stepping stone to getting us there. Read More »

DVD Review: BBC’s ‘In the Flesh’

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The showrunners for The Walking Dead could learn a thing or two from watching this show. Read More »

DVD Review: ‘Family Guy – Volume Eleven’


Overall, I would rank Volume Eleven as better than the Volume Ten (and Nine and Eight...), though not as good as some of the earlier releases. Read More »

Blu-ray Review: ‘Modern Family – The Complete Fourth Season’


Season four is a time of change for the family, and you won't want to miss this important part of their lives, played out in 24 episodes. Read More »

Blu-ray Review: ‘Jack Irish’


Not only a great example of the mystery genre but a wonderfully executed character study. Read More »

DVD Review: “The Secret of Crickley Hall”

Olivia Cooke & Iain De Caestecker in the BBC adaptation of James Herbert's The Secret of Crickley Hall

Joe Ahearne's BBC adaptation of the late James Herbert's The Secret of Crickley Hall is a well-told traditional English ghost story featuring a rich, unsettling atmosphere and an excellent cast. Read More »