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The Simpsons Season 16

The Simpsons Season 16

| December 5, 2013 | 0 Comments

Holy glavin! December is upon us once again, which can mean only one thing. Christmas? Okay, yeah, sure. But you know what else it means? It means it’s time for another terrific Simpsons home video release! Whoo-hoo! Season 16 of The Simpsons is at last here on Blu-ray and DVD in all its Simpson-y glory. Some […]

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One Piece: Season Five, Voyage Four Review

One Piece: Season Five, Voyage Four Review

| December 5, 2013 | 0 Comments

The battle for Nico Nico Robin comes to a close, as the Straw Hat Pirates duke it out with both the Marine forces and the assassin group, CP9, at Enies Lobby. With the Buster Call in full effect, the Straw Hats must effectively dodge the oncoming attacks, as well as protect themselves from various Captains […]

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Good Luck Girl: The Complete Series

Good Luck Girl: The Complete Series

| December 4, 2013 | 0 Comments

Good Luck Girl is a fun and slightly insightful anime about what it is like to be so lucky you make everyone around you miserable. How is this supposed to be remedied, you ask, well by making the title character miserable, of course. This premise brings about some comedic moments as well as some intermixed […]

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Treme: The Complete Third Season

Treme: The Complete Third Season

| November 19, 2013 | 0 Comments

The third season of Treme ends with many questions that make for an interesting fourth and final season. I love this HBO series that is centered in post-Hurricane Katrina New Orleans. All the main players during the third season seem to be right in reach of their dreams, turning new leaves and with eyes bright […]

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The Carol Burnett Show: Christmas with Carol

The Carol Burnett Show: Christmas with Carol

| November 6, 2013 | 0 Comments

If there’s anyone I want to spend Christmas with, it’s, you know, my family. After them, though, I suppose Carol Burnett wouldn’t be far behind. After all, she ranks incredibly high on my personal nostalgia scale, and let’s face it, Christmas is all about nostalgia. I suppose it’s also about Jesus and Santa and commercialism […]

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One Piece: Season Five, Voyage Three

One Piece: Season Five, Voyage Three

| October 29, 2013 | 0 Comments

Coming face to face against the agents of CP9, the Straw Hat Pirates once again prove their might in One Piece: Season Five, Voyage Three. Nico Robin has finally asked for help from Luffy and the gang, while she’s been held up by Spandam and the evil members of CP9. Each of the crew individually […]

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The Dean Martin Celebrity Roasts: Complete Collection

The Dean Martin Celebrity Roasts: Complete Collection

| October 29, 2013 | 0 Comments

Where do you turn when you want to watch Orson Welles make fun of Jimmy Stewart, or to see the two take turns teasing Dean Martin? Where else could you expect to hear a Rich Little impression of Truman Capote performing as General George S. Patton? Or find the likes of Bob Hope and Don […]

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Primeval: New World

Primeval: New World

| October 26, 2013 | 0 Comments

As a spin-off of the British series, Primeval, this 2012-13 Canadian-British co-production certainly pays homage to its source, but ultimately struck out in its own direction. Set in the same universe, only on the other side of the pond so to speak, Primeval: New World follows a team in Vancouver who endeavor to protect the […]

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Brave 10

Brave 10

| October 25, 2013 | 0 Comments

NIS America is one of the most exciting anime distributors at work today, and not just because their Premium Edition collections are among the most beautiful, display-worthy sets on the market. Anything but predictable, NIS consistently releases anime that pushes the boundaries of what those of us who are accustomed to the North American anime […]

Last Exile -Fam, The Silver Wing-, Pt. 1

Last Exile -Fam, The Silver Wing-, Pt. 1

| October 15, 2013 | 0 Comments

I never really found Gonzo to be all that incredible of a production house, in relation to other anime production companies. I mean sure, they were responsible for things like Blue Sub No. 6 and Hellsing, which I’ve certainly enjoyed, but I always found that their productions always took a nose dive in the later […]

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