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DVD Review: ‘Graceland – The Complete First Season’

Graceland

Graceland is a gritty, more character-driven drama than other USA efforts, and definitely not confined to a case-of-the-week structure. Read More »

TV Review: Game of Thrones, “The Mountain and The Viper”

The Viper gets his revenge

“It filled me with dread...How many countless living, crawling things smashed and dried out and returned to the dirt?" Tyrion Lannister Read More »

Blu-ray Review: ‘Doctor Who’ – ‘An Adventure in Space and Time’

AAiSaT

An Adventure in Space and Time is enjoyable, though doesn't live up to its potential, taking on a bigger subject than the production is worthy of. Luckily, this release has some nice extras to dull the sting. Read More »

Blu-ray Review: ‘Jack Irish, Set 2′

Jack Irish, Guy Pearce

An example of how good television can be when people put their minds to it Read More »

TV Review: ‘Silicon Valley’ – “Optimal Tip-to-Tip Efficiency”

SV

Silicon Valley sticks its landing in the first season finale, delivering the perfect mix of filthy humor and well-developed characters in a twist that feel fresh even when it isn't. Read More »

TV Review: ‘True Blood’ Season Seven Sneak Peek

True Blood

Season seven sounds like it's going to be a sexy, bloodthirsty, spine-tinglng thrill-ride. Read More »

TV Review: ‘Mad Men’ – “Waterloo” – or Adopting Memes Selectively

Burger Chef Presentation

It’s fun to watch how effectively people pick up social attitudes, poses, styles, interactions, and ideas by imitating others when they believe it will help them achieve their goals. Read More »

TV News: The CW’s Social Experiment- ‘Famous In Twelve’

Famous

For the first time, the hopefuls of this reality-based show will depend on the audience's interaction via the various social media platforms including Twitter, Facebook, Instagram, and YouTube. Read More »

TV Review: ‘True Blood’ – Saying Goodbye Sucks

TrueBlood17

Alan Ball has created a world that's provocative, thrilling, irresistibly seductive, and eerily unnerving, where anything is possible. Read More »

TV Review: Is ‘The Night Shift’ Worth Watching?

The Nightshift Logo

The show focuses on the craziness that happens in an ER in the dead of the night. Read More »