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TV Review: ‘Doctor Who’ – “The Witch’s Familiar”


'Doctor Who' concludes its season opening two-parter with a cool pair of sonic shades, and some really emotional stuff. Read More »

TV Review: ‘Once Upon a Time’ Season Five Premiere – ‘The Dark Swan’

Once Upon a Time

The "Once Upon a Time" season premiere is a great start to Season Five, incorporating Camelot and "Brave" into the mix as Emma Swan attempts to fight off the growing darkness inside her. Read More »

TV Review: ‘The Goldbergs’ – ‘A Kick-Ass Risky Business Party’

The Goldbergs

The Goldbergs is reliably funny and stars a couple of brilliant comedians. Read More »

TV Review: ‘Doctor Who’ – ‘The Magician’s Apprentice’


Doctor Who returns to top form in a season premiere that rewrites all of the show's history and poses a serious moral quandary. Read More »

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 »

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 »