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DVD Review: ‘Blandings, Series One’

The inhabitants of Blandings Castle, L-R: The Empress, Clarence (Timothy Spall), Freddie (Jack Farthing), Beach (Mark Williams), and Connie (Jennifer Saunders)

A certainly silly, but also highly enjoyable, series from the U.K. Read More »

Book Review: `These Are the Voyages: The Original Series, Season One’ by Marc Cushman and Susan Osborn

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Volume One of Marc Cushman's `These Are the Voyages: The Original Series' is the new Bible for `Star Trek' lovers. Read More »

DVD Review: ‘Tales Of The City: 20th Anniversary Edition’

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This adaptation does the book proud for it not only captures the action of the book, but the spirit as well. Read More »

Music Review: Tommy Keene – `Excitement at Your Feet’

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'Excitement at Your Feet' is Tommy Keene's new wave-centered collection of obscure covers. Read More »

Book Review: ‘I Dreamed I Was A Very Clean Tramp’ by Richard Hell

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A glimpse into the creative mind pushed to its extreme in its search for stimulation. Read More »

DVD Review: ‘Springhill – Series One’

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Springhill fit in very well with the weird Millennial Fever that was going on in pop culture during the late ‘90s. Read More »

DVD Review: ‘Dragons: Riders of Berk, Parts One and Two’

At the Dragon Training Academy (CW from top: Ruffnut and Tuffnut on Barf and Belch, Snotlout with Hookfang, Astrid with Stormfly, and Fishlegs with Meatlug)

This should keep dragon fans happy until the release of the sequel, How to Train Your Dragon 2, which is planned for a June 2014 release. Read More »

TV Review: ‘The Newsroom’ Season Two Premiere ‘The First Thing We Do, We Kill all the Lawyers’

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Of course, the series is liberal comfort food, but the writing remains tight, quick and smart. Read More »

DVD Review: ‘North and South’

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You may tune into to watch the young Patrick Stewart, but enjoy it for the thoroughly entertaining and compelling romance and mini-history of England's Industrial Revolution. Read More »

DVD Review: “Falcon”

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Far more sophisticated and accomplished than most police procedurals or murder mysteries Read More »