DVD/Blu-ray





Long-Lost ‘Doctor Who’ Returns From the Great Beyond

A long missing piece of Patrick Troughton’s run as the Second Doctor is available for the first time in nearly 50 years, albeit not in the form it originally aired. “The Macra Terror” originally aired between March and April of 1967, and found the Second Doctor and his companions Polly (Anneke Wills), Ben (Michael Craze), […]



Review: Rocko’s Modern Life – The Complete Series

If you have any kind of love for Spongebob Squarepants, then you owe a good chunk of that show even being on Nickelodeon to Rocko’s Modern Life. Long before he and Patrick were having misadventures that both adults and kids could enjoy, Rocko had helped pave the way in daytime programming (with love from Ren […]

Review: Mystery Science Theater 3000 Presents: The Lost and Found Collection

A lot of the library of Mystery Science Theater 3000 is basically on-loan to the show through the use of publishing rights from different companies and owners. Because of this weird relationship, a number of the episodes they recorded in the show’s original run between Comedy Central and the original Sci-Fi Network are not available […]


‘Teen Titans GO! vs. Teen Titans’: Let Reasoned Discussion, Debate Begin!

History is filled with bitter rivalries and struggles that have spanned The Sands of Time: The Hatfields and The McCoys…Snoopy and The Red Baron…The Doctor and The Master…Trump and the truth. But only one rivalry stands heads, shoulders, and capes above all others…reaching such a fever pitch that DC Entertainment, Cartoon Network, and Warner Bros. could […]

Deadpool and 20th Century Fox Need You to “Believe in Your Selfie”

With “The Merc With a Mouth” about to get a whole lot mouthier, Deadpool and friends – along with the fine folks at 20th Century Fox – are giving fans in the New York City area a way to “selfie-brate” the occasion (See what I did there? You’re welcome.). In honor of the home entertainment release […]

Review: Avatar: The Last Airbender – The Complete Series on Blu-Ray

It’s interesting to look at the success of Avatar: The Last Airbender when you consider where it started and ended in the Nickelodeon timeline. The golden and even the silver age of the network in many people’s eyes had come and gone, the company’s budget had changed under Viacom and things had been cut, the physical […]


2018-2019 Network Shows: Our Big Five Picks [The Weekly Static s01e42]

Jealousy turning saints into the sea; swimming through sick lullabies; choking on your alibis. But it’s just the price I pay, Destiny is calling me. Open up my eager eyes, cause I’m…  The Weekly Static! With righteous amounts of love and respect to The Killers; now as I back out of the room slowly and awkwardly – Peter Griffin-style […]

Review – Mystery Science Theater 3000: The Singles Collection

Back when Shout! Factory announced that they were producing the last volume of Mystery Science Theater 3000‘s run of original DVD releases, we kind of assumed that the last bit of business they might be taking care of is the work on the old Rhino sets. Turns out, we were wrong! Last week the company […]




Another Bleak Robot Future: We Review Blame! on Blu-ray

Back in the late ’90s, Blame! started off the way a lot of anime series original start, as a manga series produced in Japan. The series grew in popularity with the sci-fi and cyberpunk audiences, to the point where it eventually got a small series run in 2003, and eventually a film on Netflix from Polygon […]