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DVD Review: ‘Keeping Up Appearances: The Collector’s Edition’

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"The lady of the house speaking." The complete misadventures of Hyacinth Bucket (pronounced "bouquet") are now packaged in one box for American audiences. Read More »

DVD Review: ‘Blandings’

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P.G. Wodehouse favorite comes to the small screen starring Timothy Spall and Empress. Read More »

DVD Review: Red Dwarf X

Red Dwarf X brings back the original Red Dwarf cast for more merry mayhem and hilarious misadventures in deep space. Read More »

DVD Review: The Inbetweeners Movie

You should probably just stick with the series. Read More »

Catching Up with Bullet in the Face Star Eddie Izzard

British actor-comedian Eddie Izzard stars in IFC's new series Bullet in the Face. Read More »

DVD Review: The Bretts: The Complete Collection

The Bretts lets viewers get backstage with a squabbling but always interesting, entertaining, and even lovable family of actors Read More »

Blu-ray Review: Four Weddings and Funeral

Still charming after all these years. Four Weddings and a Funeral now available in Blu-ray Read More »

TV Review: An Idiot Abroad

After viewing An Idiot Abroad you may never look at the world in the same way. Read More »

Theater Review (NYC): Weekend at an English Country Estate – Icing on a Favorite Cake

"It's exhausting to be considered a wit." Perhaps, but lucky for us. Read More »

DVD Review: Cemetery Junction

A mild, breezy coming of age film set in England in the early '70s. Read More »