1. Matt Hough

    Blu-ray Review A Boy Named Charlie Brown Blu-ray Review

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  2. LCD22

    Preparing MacGyver for HD

    Any updates? I spoke to Gord Lacey, and he said it is technically possible but wonder if Paramount would go to the expense. I personally would like to see a Blu-ray release that also includes extras (following in the footsteps of Star Trek: The Next Generation and Star Trek: Enterprise).
  3. Matt Hough

    DVD Review NCIS: Los Angeles - Season 7 DVD Review

    matt-hough NCIS: Los Angeles - Season 7 DVD Review Probably the weakest of the NCIS series, NCIS: Los Angeles continues along its loud and violent path for its seventh season. [review] Click here to read the original article.
  4. Matt Hough

    DVD Review NCIS: The Thirteenth Season DVD Review

    matt-hough NCIS: The Thirteenth Season DVD Review The thirteenth season was a tumultuous one for CBS’ hit procedural NCIS. In addition to the announcement early in this year’s run that one of its original cast members would be leaving at the end of the season, the show’s writers gave almost...
  5. Matt Hough

    DVD Review Elementary: The Fourth Season DVD Review

    matt-hough Elementary: The Fourth Season DVD Review Season Four turned out to be a stronger season for Elementary than the previous one with a brilliant string of cleverly concocted mysteries and a really interesting set of story arcs for the show’s main characters. [review] Click here to...
  6. Adam Lenhardt

    BrainDead (CBS)

    Anybody else catch this last night? I watched it both because it was by Robert & Michelle King (who created "The Good Wife") and because Mary Elizabeth Winstead is playing the lead role. Nowhere near the level of "The Good Wife", even its uneven last couple of seasons, but perfect summer...
  7. Adam Lenhardt

    2016-2017 TV Schedule (Broadcast)

  8. Matt Hough

    Blu-ray Review Back Roads Blu-ray Review

    matt-hough has published a new article. Back Roads Blu-ray Review Top flight actors and a notable director ought to add up to something a lot more substantial than Martin Ritt’s Back Roads, but the unsteady... Continue reading the original article.