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TV Review: ‘Gotham’ Mid-Season Finale ‘Lovecraft’


Gotham has grown into a complex story with fascinating characters over its fall run. Read More »

TV Review: ‘Vikings’ – ‘The Lord’s Prayer’


Vikings has some twisty writing in the danger-at-home storyline of the season finale. Read More »

Blu-ray Review: ‘Copper Season Two’


Cooper is a pretty good show, and it looks fantastic, so this three-disc set is worth checking out. Read More »

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


The History series has action and violence, sure, but also character development, questions of morality in a different time and place, and some really surprising twists. Read More »

Blu-ray Review: Shark Night

"Shark, I hate your butt." Read More »

2012 Sundance Predictions: Tomer Almagor’s 9 Full Moons

Tomer Almagor's brooding summer romance is receiving buzz that might send it to Park City. Read More »

TV Review: House, M.D. – “Changes”

What "Changes" are in store for House as we move into the final three episodes of Season 7? Read More »

TV Interview: Michael Raymond-James Talks About Terriers

Terriers' Michael Raymond-James talks about being the good guy for a change, even if his skill set runs to burglary. Read More »

TV Review: Terriers – Yet Another Quirky Crime Show?

Terriers delivers a great main character, but threatens to succumb to "it's all been done before." Read More »

Donal Logue Dishes About Filming Terriers

Donal Logue explains that Terriers' pedigree combines '70s-era buddy shows updated with a realistic F/X dramatic edge. Read More »