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TV Review: ‘Mad Men’ – “Babylon” or Exile From the Good Place That Cannot Be

This episode of Mad Men is just incredible, both for its artistry and for its interwoven themes. Read More »

Blu-ray Review: ‘Insomnia’ (1997) – The Criterion Collection

Insomnia cover

There’s never a chance to hide in the darkness when there's nothing but daylight. Read More »

‘Doctor Who’ Review – Season Premiere: ‘Deep Breath’

Doctor Who

"Deep Breath"" suffers from too much Clara and a mediocre monster, but Capaldi is excellent and the return of The Paternoster Gang is most welcome! Read More »

‘My Boy Jack’ – DVD Review

My Boy Jack

My Boy Jack (2007) finally gets a stateside airing and DVD release. Based on the true story of Rudyard Kipling and his son, it's an interesting period bio. Read More »

‘A Young Doctor’s Notebook’ – Previewing Season Two

A Young Doctor's Notebook

A Young Doctor's Notebook sees role reversal in the 2nd season, as the Russian Revolution unfolds around the office. Read More »

TV Review: ‘Franklin & Bash’ – “The Curse of Hor-Aha”

Franklin & Bash

Franklin & Bash undergoes major cosmetic changes in season four, and yet remains essentially the same show. Read More »

Blu-ray Review: ‘Midsomer Murders Set 24′

midsomer murders

The new 'Midsomer Murders Set 24' presents three excellent episodes of the English murder mystery series, which has been on the air since 1997. Read More »

‘Wilfred’ Review: Series Finale – ‘Happiness’


Wilfred concludes its four season run with explanation and emotional growth, satisfying both major camps of its fandom. Read More »

Blu-ray Review: ‘Bitten – The Complete First Season’


Bitten is a good show, and even with a less-than-stellar blu-ray release, worth one's time in checking out. Read More »

‘The Knick’ Review: Clive Owen Stars in Cinemax’s New Drama

Clive Owen in The Knick

The Knick is an excellent series. Its setting is perfect to offer commentary, not just on our own medical and societal history, but our own times as well. Read More »