Television

Game of Thrones: Season Seven Review

Game of Thrones: Season Seven Review

| December 12, 2017

The latest season of Game of Thrones was not only one of the best things on television for 2017, but it was also one of the most frustrating. HBO’s hit fantasy series managed to both touch upon many things that longtime fans wanted to see, but also managed to buckle under audiences desires. From legendary […]

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Revolutionary Girl Utena: The Apocalypse Saga Blu-ray Collection

Revolutionary Girl Utena: The Apocalypse Saga Blu-ray Collection

| December 5, 2017

Kunihiko Ikuhara’s Revolutionary Girl Utena is an absolute masterpiece of an anime and is a prime example of the power of the eastern animation tradition. Broadcasted in 1997 in Japan, the story contains a fairy tale introduction by a princess that has been abandoned by her parents, due to their untimely death. A handsome prince […]

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Westworld: Season 1

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Westworld: Season 1

| November 8, 2017

For decades, Dr. Robert Ford (Anthony Hopkins; Silence of the Lambs) has been building lifelike robots to populate his wild west themed amusement park.  Westworld is a place where the very wealthy can go to indulge their deepest desires with complete realism and total lack of consequence.  They can hunt down outlaws, rob banks, search […]

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Revolutionary Girl Utena: The Black Rose Saga Blu-ray Collection

Revolutionary Girl Utena: The Black Rose Saga Blu-ray Collection

| November 7, 2017

Click for the review for the first Blu-ray collection here. Kunihiko Ikuhara’s Revolutionary Girl Utena is an absolute masterpiece of an anime and is a prime example of the power of the eastern animation tradition. Broadcasted in 1997 in Japan, the story contains a fairy tale introduction by a princess that has been abandoned by her […]

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Justice League Action

Justice League Action

| October 10, 2017

The first 26 episodes of the Cartoon Network animated series Justice League Action are now available on home video in a 2-DVD set from Warner Bros. Home Entertainment and DC Entertainment. The series brings together an unprecedented cast of DC Comics characters with a who’s who of voice talent that makes this an absolute dream […]

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Revolutionary Girl Utena: The Student Council Blu-ray Collection

Revolutionary Girl Utena: The Student Council Blu-ray Collection

| October 8, 2017

Kunihiko Ikuhara’s Revolutionary Girl Utena is an absolute masterpiece of an anime and is a prime example of the power of the eastern animation tradition. Broadcasted in 1997 in Japan, the story contains a fairy tale introduction by a princess that has been abandoned by her parents, due to their untimely death. A handsome prince […]

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Lethal Weapon: Season 1

Lethal Weapon: Season 1

| September 19, 2017

I’ve become as enamored as anyone else with this trend of turning a movie or movie series into a television series.  Fargo is terrific, Hannibal is amazing, West World isn’t really my cup of tea but it’s obviously very popular.  When I heard they were turning Lethal Weapon into a series, like many my first […]

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The Big Bang Theory: Season 10

The Big Bang Theory: Season 10

| September 17, 2017

Let’s pause for a second and explore the fact that I’ve seen every episode of The Big Bang Theory.  It’s difficult to explain because I recognize that the show is deeply flawed in every way.  The characters are middling, the storylines are predictable sitcom fodder, and its portrayal of nerd culture is insulting to anyone […]

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Arrow: The Complete Fifth Season

Arrow: The Complete Fifth Season

| September 16, 2017

The Green Arrow stands alone. Five months after the death of Black Canary and Team Green Arrow going their separate ways, Oliver Queen struggles to keep Starling City safe as The Green Arrow and fulfill his duties as mayor. Clinging to the hopes that Spartan and Speedy will return, Oliver’s mayoral approval ratings nose-dive as […]

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The Flash: The Complete Third Season

The Flash: The Complete Third Season

| September 5, 2017

The second season of CW’s The Flash closed with Barry Allen, unable to cope with the loss of his parents any longer, hurtling himself into the past to save his mother’s life and thereby changing the entire timeline of his life and the series as a whole. This creates a whole new timeline in the […]

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