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DVD Review: ‘Looking For Johnny – The Legend Of Johnny Thunders’

Johnny Thunders Lrg

Helps keep the memory of Thunders alive and reminds of what he meant to popular music and those who loved him. Read More »

DVD Review: ‘Arrow – Season Two’

Arrow

Arrow's second season was full of unforgettable characters, emotional growth, and stunning action, which continue to deliver, and make this show worth not only watching, but rewatching. Read More »

DVD Review: ‘Secret State’

Gabriel Byrne in Secret State

Probably the best tale of political intrigue you'll ever watch. Read More »

DVD Review: ‘Case Histories, Series 2′

Cover Case Histories Series 2

Some of the most well acted and beautifully scripted television you'll see. Read More »

DVD Review: ‘Jack Taylor, Set 2′

Iain Glen as Jack Taylor

As Taylor, Iain Glen will have you leaning into the screen watching his every move and listening to his every word. Read More »

Blu-Ray Review: ‘Game of Thrones, Season Three’

Game of Thrones

Though there are minor flaws scattered here and there, it’s still an investment worth making. Read More »

DVD Review: ‘Trek Nation’

William Shatner as Captain Kirk and Leonard Nimoy as Mr. Spock.

Trek Nation is a celebration of the wonder and importance of Star Trek, a heartwarming documentary that reminds you of just why you love this little show that could, or why you should. Read More »

DVD Review: ‘Midsomer Murders Series 6′

Barnaby & Troy - Midsomer Murders

There are many police shows, but it's safe to say there are none quite like Midsomer Murders. Read More »

DVD Review: ‘The Mortal Instruments – City of Bones’

The-Mortal-Instruments-City-of-Bones-Poster

The Mortal Instruments - City of Bones isn't bad and it makes me curious for what the next chapter will bring. Read More »

DVD Review: ‘Oil City Confidential’ – A Julien Temple Film

Dr Feelgood

Julien Temple's movie capturing the spirit of the times and the history of Dr. Feelgood, John The Baptist to Johnny Rotten's Anti-Christ. Read More »