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VEEP: The Complete Fifth Season (Blu-ray Review)

Sunday nights have proven themselves to be most hardcore night of television in the modern era.  Forget about Thursday, Sunday is when all the great shows air.  Well, premium channel speaking, I suppose the regular networks still hold their big guns for Thursday. I’d also make an argument for Tuesday being a big night as […]


VEEP – The Complete Fourth Season (Blu-ray Review)

The fourth season of the hit HBO® comedy series Veep was the winner of five 2015 Emmy® awards including Outstanding Comedy series, Outstanding Lead Actress in a Comedy series (Julia Louis-Dreyfus who has won an Emmy for each season of Veep), Outstanding Supporting Actor in a Comedy Series (Tony Hale) and Outstanding Writing for a […]


VEEP: The Complete Third Season (Blu-ray Review)

Julia Louis-Dreyfus reprises her 3-time Emmy®-winning role as Vice President Selina Meyer in the sharp and satirical third and most-watched season of the comedy series VEEP.  Hilariously skewering the whirlwind day-to-day existence of the Vice President’s office and Washington politics at-large, the series continues to prove that in Washington, even the most banal decisions can […]


VEEP: The Complete Second Season (Blu-ray Review)

When one of televisions best dramas, Game Of Thrones, returns in April, so does one of its very best comedies.  Just in time to brush up for season 3, here comes the second season of HBO’s VEEP on Blu-ray.  The show has received plenty of awards circuit attention, including 2 victories for Julia Louis-Dreyfus for […]


Unstoppable (Blu-ray Review)

Taking a look at Director Tony Scott’s filmography, it’s easy to see that he loves movies about vehicles and that he has a deep appreciation for speed.  Top Gun, Days of Thunder, Crimson Tide, and The Taking of Pelham 123, represent just a few of his earlier efforts.  Now he’s back with another train movie […]


All Aboard for Watching Unstoppable

Unstoppable is the new action thriller from director Tony Scott and star Denzel Washington and presumably the second part of their “Train Trilogy,” which began with the tepid The Taking of Pelham 123, and will hopefully conclude with an adaptation of red-light/green-light taking place on a monorail and reuniting Denzel with his Man on Fire […]