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Blu-ray Review: ‘Miss Fisher’s Murder Mysteries: Series Three’

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"Miss Fisher's Murder Mysteries Series 3" keeps us glued to the television set with its scripts and the actors ability to bring their characters to life. Read More »

Blu-ray Review: ‘George Gently: Series 7′ – A Change Is In The Air

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"George Gently: Series 7" - still the standard against which all other police procedurals should be judged. Read More »

Blu-ray Review: ‘The Brokenwood Mysteries: Series 1′ – Crime in New Zealand

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'The Brookenwood Mysteries' will seduce you with its quiet nature and leave you wanting more. Read More »

TV Review: Three New Summer TV Series – ‘Proof,’ ‘Complications,’ and ‘Dark Matter’


Summer television series "Proof," "Dark Matter," and "Complications" - hit or miss at best. Read More »

Blu-ray Review: ‘Midsomer Murders Set 25′ – Celebrating A Hundredth Episode

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A police procedural of the highest quality with a human element. Read More »

Interview: Cast of ‘The Wonder Years’


Just as the complete series of "The Wonder Years" is about to be released in an extras-filled DVD, stars Danica McKellar, Olivia d’Abo, and Alley Mills shared their thoughts and nostalgic insights at a press conference. Read More »

TV Review: ‘The Americans’ – ‘New Car’

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This week's 'The Americans' is a lesson in the lies we tell ourselves--and others. Read More »

Book Review: ‘Maybe We’ll Have You Back’ by Fred Stoller

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If you thought being a TV guest actor was glamorous, guess again. Read More »

‘Glee’ Needs to Stop Breaking the Fourth Wall


When I'm watching teenagers sing pop songs under a laser show wearing head-to-toe sequins, I don't want to be reminded how crazy it is. Read More »

TV Review: ‘Intelligence’


The network television theme du jour seems to be “man-machines” or “machine-men” (AKA: The Six Million Dollar Man turns up in the 21st Century!) Fox’s new cop show Almost Human plays with this theme by creating an “almost human” android partnered with a tortured shell (lost humanity?) who has a synthetic leg. Now comes CBS’s mid-season series Intelligence, starring Josh Holloway ... Read More »