Tag Archive for 'Lea Michele'

Scream Queens: The Complete First Season (DVD Review)

Because writer/director/producer Ryan Murphy was not busy enough with American Horror Story and American Crime Story, he also decided to follow up Fox’s Glee with another over-the-top series that takes on the horror genre to a lighter degree with Scream Queens. Packed with both veteran and younger stars, the concept is fun enough, with this […]


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

As the third season of the Fox hit makes its debut on TV, so does season 2 on Blu-ray. While the latest season will feature the final seasons of stars Lea Michele and Chris Colfer, you can relive their junior years in high school on the latest Blu-ray addition. Of course the show doesn’t stop there. […]


Glee 3D Concert Movie a Mostly Solid Performance

This past spring I had the luxury of attending one of the many Glee Concert performances. Yes, I am a gleek and the weekly series holds the #2 spot on my list of favorite shows. Regardless of how the show’s storyline would carry over to the stage was mostly irrelevant to me. I just wanted […]


Glee: Season 2 on Blu-ray in September!

With its sophomore season in the books and a highly successful tour under their belt, the cast of Glee can also celebrate the release of season 2 on Blu-ray! Fox brings us all the content from this highly anticipated addition to your home video library; from Mr. Schuester’s incessant rivalry with cheerleading coach Sue Sylvester […]


Glee Live! In Concert!

What happens when you have the hottest musical/comedy show on television? You take your act on the road! Glee was created by Ryan Murphy, Brad Falchuk and Ian Brennan, which, believe it or not, was originally intended to be a film. Murphy, however, had other ideas and eventually proposed Glee as a weekly TV show instead of […]


Glee: Season 1 (Blu-ray Review)

Musicals have been around for ages.  Spawned from the days of stone amphitheaters, they have evolved into productions delivered on stage and ultimately on the big screen.  So how would such a production perform on television?  From Yankee Doodle Dandy to today’s Oz-spinoff Wicked, the genre has always garnered a significant audience and maintained its […]