Every horror fan’s a winner this Halloween.
We’re happy to be knee deep in the blues this week with The Reverend Shawn Amos who stops by to discuss his latest album.
Singer/songwriter Mark Mulcahy joins us to talk about the new Miracle Legion reissues and the band’s plans for upcoming reunion shows.
“Game of Thrones: Season 5” and the long anticipated Blu-ray debut of “Freaks and Geeks”
The skydivers, Creepy Girl and a carnivorous carpet: Popdose tackles the first-ever Mystery Science Theater DVD set.
This could be one of the scariest movies you see this year.
The beloved 70s sitcom gets the complete series treatment.
The latest DVD installment of The Adventures of Chuck & Friends, Top Gear Trucks, is a treat for preschool children and their parents.
Looking at comics, comedians, classics, and chaos.
Come back to a time when a scam was really a scam…
Mel Brooks: Make A Noise — Don’t be schtupidt, be a schmarty!
And more movies oozing onto home video.
Los Lobos’ best record returns in two configurations.
Popdose and Shout! Factory are giving you a chance to win the newest MST3K DVD box set!
Howard Tate died on Saturday. After making stunning records with Jerry Ragavoy in the ’60s, he spent years in the wilderness before making a triumphant comeback
“Barney Miller: The Complete Series” is a mammoth collection worth the time if you can make it.
Rocko’s Modern Life, the beloved cartoon from the early 90’s, finds its way to DVD.
Tony Redman reviews the latest releases from Shout! Factory’s Mystery Science Theater 3000 Collection: “Hamlet” and “Gunslinger.”
Iggy Pop is a truly unique individual; in the history of popular music, there are few who come close to the unpredictability displayed by Pop, both on record and in…
The Power is Yours! Scott Malchus reviews the DVD release of “Captain Planet and The Planeteers: Season One.”
Shout! Factory presents four more episodes of the classic show “Mystery Science Theater 3000,” featuring moon flights, a Russian Sinbad and two Master Ninjas!
Bob Cashill discusses the state of the market, and ticks off a few top releases, but mostly just spotlights this pic from The Green Slime (Warner Archive).
Roger Corman more than earned the honorary Oscar he picked up last year. He wrote, produced, and/or directed some terrific flicks, from Attack of the Crab Monsters (1957) and The…
In 2001, Larry Blamire created a movie called The Lost Skeleton of Cadavra, a parody of science fiction films of the 1950s. The movie never had a wide release, playing…
I know what you’re thinking: Why the heck is Malchus reviewing this Cartoon Network kiddie show on the great Popdose site? Cool your jets, true believer, because I’m here to…
30 years. Jesus. Really? I was in Chicago earlier this summer and had a brief visit with my longtime frenemy and Popdose colleague Robert Cass. During conversation, I was expressing…
thirtysomething: the complete first season (2009, Shout Factory) purchase from Amazon: DVD In the mid ’80s, Marshall Herskovitz and Ed Zwick, a writing/producing team who had worked on the dramatic…
The Paper Chase: Season One (2009, Shout! Factory) purchase this DVD from Amazon: DVD The Paper Chase is a bit of a relic. Made in the late 70Á¢€â„¢s, the CBS…