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Surprise! Reuniting after a Military Deployment


What makes for good TV isn't necessarily a good idea. Read More »

TV Review: ‘Downton Abbey’ Season Premiere and Beyond


The new Downton Abbey season is simply riveting. Read More »

TV Review: ‘Dude You’re Screwed’


Those who enjoy survival-genre programing will be well-rewarded for their time with Discovery's Dude You're Screwed Read More »

TV Review: ‘Once Upon a Time’ – ‘The New Neverland’


The key question on this week's Once Upon a Time episode, “The New Neverland,” concerns what to do about Peter Pan. Read More »

TV Review: ‘Almost Human’

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With a great cast and a setting in a crime-ridden near future (2048), FOX's newest scripted drama Almost Human holds a lot of promise as compelling science fiction/police procedural drama. Read More »

DVD Review: ‘The Twilight Zone: The Complete Series’

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Just in time for the holidays, Image Entertainmnet has released a complete, barebones, episode only version of the Twilight Zone series. For most, this will do just fine, but more serious fans may prefer other editions. Read More »

TV Review: ‘Once Upon a Time’ – ‘Good Form’


Hook sets out to do the noble thing and save Prince Charming's life. Read More »

Blu-ray Review: ‘Bates Motel’ (2013), Season One – Psychoville


In the early days of film, it was often said that “sequels aren’t equals”. And, nine times out of ten, those who quoted such Tinseltown scripture were sadly not mistaken. I vividly remember seeing the trailer for Psycho II in theaters as a young lad, to wit many of those in attendance who surrounded me grumbled, groaned, and vociferously pondered ... Read More »

Interview With Actor Will Watterson on ‘Lost Planet 3’


Tall Writer talks to actor Will Watterson about "Lost Planet 3." Read More »

TV Review: The Big C: Hereafter Begs the Question Why not Forever After?

Waiting for the grim reaper.

The Big C was always a little bit of an anomoly in a TV market saturated with shows whose finales boast dramatic turn-of-events shocker theatrics in the hopes of keeping their fan base intact. For a show tackling the weighty “C” and sentencing its title character (a woman, at that) to a terminal illness, real drama was already baked into ... Read More »