This may surprise you, but as a boy child growing up in the 1980s, I did not see a lot of My Little Pony. This was the heyday of Clearly…
TV on DVD
If you dig Seventies music, you’ll dig the massive DVD box set celebrating “The Midnight Special.” Rob Smith reviews.
The beloved 70s sitcom gets the complete series treatment.
Tony Redman reviews Shout! Factory’s new release “The Marx Brothers TV Collection”, a compilation of shows and clips featuring Groucho and company.
Popdose’s resident MSTies Dan Wiencek and Tony Redman team up to review “Mystery Science Theater 3000, Vol. XXX”!
Essential episodes from one of the greatest television series ever collected in one set.
One of the most gripping mystery series of last summer FX’s The Bridge, now available in DVD and Blu-ray. Set on the U.S./Mexico border of El Paso and Juarez, the…
The latest DVD installment of The Adventures of Chuck & Friends, Top Gear Trucks, is a treat for preschool children and their parents.
“True Detective” may be off the air for a year, but there are plenty off dark, obsessive cops to fill the void. Check out “Rogue” and “Broadchurch” to fill that void in your psyche.
In the new Mystery Science Theater 3000 boxset you’ll find a teensploitation flick, a sword and sandal classic, a loose head on the loose movie, and one of the most requested MST3K episodes. Read all about it here!
The Bob Newhart Show is the Newhart sitcom that most people seem to remember most fondly, but for me, it’s his second long-running series, Newhart, that really hits the spot….
We sometimes overlook some of the risk-taking shows of the 1970s.
Cyber Monday is upon us and Mr. Malchus gives us his annual TV on DVD Holiday Gift Guide.
To commemorate the 25th anniversary of Mystery Science Theater 3000, Shout! Factory has issued an outstanding box set that any MSTie should want.
ABC’s Nashville should be much worse than it is. With so many melodramatic storylines that are textbook ”nighttime soap opera,” its first season chould have derailed before it reached mid-season….
Commies, slimy subterraneans, severely overgrown teenagers, and a giant mantis (deadly, of course) are on the menu for the newest MST3K boxset!
[youtube width=”602″ height=”350″ video_id=”wHV1ZcTVK40″] Everyone knows a few particular things about certain things. Pluto is not a planet. Lincoln and Kennedy had many similarities. And Fridays was that Saturday Night…
CHINA BEACH, the beloved television drama, finally comes to DVD.
Remember when Doctor Who had a robotic dog that was so popular that he even spun off into his own show? Tony Redman reviews “K-9: The Complete Series”.
Popdose is giving away one copy of China Beach: the Complete Series to one lucky reader!
What’s scarier: death rays, mole people, two-headed dragons, or Kathy Ireland’s voice? Find out as Tony Redman reviews the latest Mystery Science Theater boxset.
Matt LeBlanc plays a character named Matt LeBlanc in a show called Episodes.
The Loretta Young Show, which aired on NBC from 1953 to 1961, embodies a lot of TV history. First of all, it’s an anthology series, a format which is completely dead…
Femme Fatales has a little more going for it than your typical Skinemax fare.
The Simpsons goes on and on and now season 15 is on DVD.
Tony Redman reviews Mystery Science Theater 3000, Vol. XXV. You and your DVD player are doomed!!
Scott Malchus offers TV on DVD and Blu-ray suggestions for the holiday season.
All In the Family was one of the most important shows in television history
For any of you who have never seen (or even heard of) The Carol Burnett Show, it’s time to check it out, because they really don’t make em like this anymore.