TV on DVD

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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Supergirl: The Complete Second Season

Supergirl: The Complete Second Season

| August 29, 2017

[Disclaimer: Warner Bros. Home Entertainment provided me with a copy of the Blu-ray I reviewed in this post. That said, the opinions I share below are my own.] Though the DC Extended Universe has thus far been met with mixed critical reception, Warner has continued to offer up exceptionally entertaining DC content on television, which […]

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Peanuts by Schulz: School Days

Peanuts by Schulz: School Days

| August 29, 2017

Peanuts by Schulz: School Days is a collection of classic Peanuts shorts that is great for everyone—young and old. So whether you are going back to school or you are the parents of someone going back to school everyone can kick off the new school year with Snoopy and Charlie Brown on Warner Bros. Home […]

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Lucifer: The Complete Second Season

Lucifer: The Complete Second Season

| August 28, 2017

[Warner Bros. Home Entertainment provided me with a copy of the DVD I reviewed in this post. That said, the opinions I share below are my own.] Based on the Sandman spin-off comics, Lucifer (2000-2006), from DC Comics’ Vertigo imprint, the Fox television series Lucifer comes to us from producer Jerry Bruckheimer. Lucifer’s first season […]

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Gotham: The Complete Third Season

Gotham: The Complete Third Season

| August 28, 2017

[Warner Bros. Home Entertainment provided me with a copy of the Blu-ray collection I reviewed in this post. That said, the opinions I share below are my own.] I’d originally held off watching Gotham until the second season because the bulk of my friends’ initial reactions to the series proved overwhelmingly negative when it debuted […]

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Riverdale: The Complete First Season

Riverdale: The Complete First Season

| August 17, 2017

Despite having over 75 years of Archie Comics to draw upon, the CW’s Riverdale places Archie Andrews (K.J. Apa) and his gang—Betty Cooper (Lili Reinhart), Jughead Jones (Cole Sprouse), and Veronica Lodge (Camila Mendes)—smack dab in the center of a small-town murder mystery. If you’re a fan of watching beautiful twenty-something actors play selfish, stupid, […]

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HBO’s Crashing

HBO’s Crashing

| August 1, 2017

I’ve been a huge fan of Pete Holmes for many years now.  While he was hosting The Pete Holmes Show, I would often catch the various sketches he would put out on youtube where he plays Batman or Professor X, or a fight promoter in the Street Fighter universe.  His Batman vs. Superman sketch is […]

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