Video & DVD

Dance With Me, Henry

Dance With Me, Henry

I’m not that familiar with Abbott and Costello.  Of course I’ve seen “Who’s on first” because it’s possibly the most famous piece of sketch comedy ever written, but I think this is my first time seeing them in a feature length film.  I didn’t have many expectations other than for it to be funny.  I […]

| April 18, 2015 | 0 Comments
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Bio-Dome

Bio-Dome

I recently listened to an interview with Pauly Shore in which he talked about developing the character we all associate with him.  The idiotic, constantly befuddled clown that we see in movies like Bio-Dome, Son in Law, Encino Man, and even A Goofy Movie is the result of a lot of work on Shore’s part […]

| April 18, 2015 | 0 Comments
Firewalker

Firewalker

The Internet tells us that Chuck Norris is a lot of things. He’s able to divide by zero, make onions cry, control time, and yes, cook minute rice in thirty seconds. He’s even, I’m led to believe, the reason there’s been no life discovered on Mars. There is one thing he’s not though, and that’s […]

| April 17, 2015 | 0 Comments

TV on DVD

Teen Titans Go!: Appetite for Disruption

Teen Titans Go!: Appetite for Disruption

As a fan of the 2003-2006 Cartoon Network Teen Titans series, I approached Teen Titans Go! with enormous skepticism rather than excitement. After all, I saw Batman go from the seminal Batman: The Animated Series to the in many ways equally significant Batman Beyond, only to then get the occasionally chuckle-worthy, yet largely unimpressive Batman: The […]

| April 7, 2015 | 0 Comments
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The Rose of Versailles: Part 2

The Rose of Versailles: Part 2

Set in the years leading up to the French Revolution, the twenty episodes collected in Nozomi Entertainment’s release of The Rose of Versailles: Part 1 set the stage for the people’s uprising, establishing Marie Antoinette’s naiveté as a ruler and the people’s unrest as the nobility flourished amidst the commoners’ starvation. The series’ final twenty […]

| April 5, 2015 | 0 Comments
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Space Dandy Season 1 Limited Edition Review (Funimation Exclusive)

Space Dandy Season 1 Limited Edition Review (Funimation Exclusive)

When it was announced last year that Shinichiro Watanabe’s return to the genre that made him famous, anime fans around the world were rejoicing. Cowboy Bebop was a worldwide phenomenon, one that has showcased what the anime medium is capable of, in the highest degree and here Watanabe is, placing Space Dandy in the same […]

| March 2, 2015 | 0 Comments
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