Tag: Showtime

Film, Film Reviews

Film Review: “New Wave: Dare to Be Different”

It’s a little difficult to be completely objective after watching New Wave:  Dare To Be Different, the story of WLIR radio, from...

Television

The Ted Zone: “Twin Peaks”

Back to the land of donuts, pie, coffee, and weirdness...

Film, Film Reviews, Music

Film Review: “The Jam: About the Young Idea”

Thrilled to see that the Showtime network has sought fit to broadcast the British documentary, The Jam – About The Young Idea, as...

Television, TV on Blu-ray

TV on Blu-ray: “Dexter: The Seventh Season”

Is this a new beginning, or the beginning of the end?...

Television, TV on DVD

TV on DVD: “Episodes: The Complete First and Second Season”

Matt LeBlanc plays a character named Matt LeBlanc in a show called Episodes. ...

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Television

The (Rerun-Driven) Case For… “The Borgias”

The Borgias has been delightful trash from the word go...

Television, TV Reviews

TV Review: “House of Lies”

A review of Showtime's new original series starring Don Cheadle....

Television, TV on DVD

TV on DVD Review: “Dexter: The Fifth Season”

We now have a cable television subculture saturated with antiheroes. Walter White on "Breaking Bad," Tommy Gavin on "Rescue Me," Patty...

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Television, TV on DVD

TV on DVD: “The Big C: The Complete First Season”

Laura Linney is wonderful in her Showtime dramedy, "The Big C," which finds its first season released on DVD....

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Television, TV Reviews

TV Review: “Shameless”

Chaos abounds in the promising pilot for "Shameless," the new dramedy on Showtime....

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Television, TV on DVD

TV on DVD: “Californication: The Third Season”

Under the surface of his"I don't give a shit" attitude, Hank Moody appears to have a real desire to become a better man and father. I...

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Television, TV on DVD

TV on DVD: “Lock ‘n Load”

With his 50’s slicked back hair and a laid back, inviting charm, plus the ability to relate to any person who walks through the doors to...

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Television, The Three Strike Rule

The Three Strike Rule: “Royal Pains,” “Nurse Jackie” and “Hawthorne”

Probably because my mother was a nurse, I will always have an interest in medical shows, good or bad. An early TV addiction to St Elsewhere...