Cat Deeley To Host First Critics’ Choice Television Awards

I am very proud to announce that Cat Deeley will be hosting the first Critics’ Choice Television Awards, and that they will be on REELZCHANNEL, as well as live-streamed on VH1.com. This is really exciting stuff considering that it is not only the first year of the awards, but also so close to the birth of the Broadcast Television Journalists Association. Make sure you mark your calendar, and...

Kung Fu Panda 2 Movie Review

Kung Fu Panda 2 goes a little further with its story than most sequels, and it’s surprising that an animated film gets hit with that statement. It’s a movie world that made this effort unavoidable, and everyone knew it as soon as the first film started pulling in big money, but this is anything but the kind of money-grabbing continuation that has become the norm. Not only is it often d...

Franklin & Bash TV Review

TNT‘s upcoming series Franklin & Bash (Premiere – Wednesday June 1st at 9 p.m. ET/PT) is a prime example of why most of today’s best television is on cable. Not because it’s the next best show ever, it’s not, but because it can take full advantage of the very different dynamic that exists between cable networks and viewers. If this show were about to set sail on o...

The Rite Blu-Ray Review And Giveaway

There was a time when a good “inspired by true events” film would be able to pull me in, and despite the idea that “true” is used to mean that nothing can be proven, and the basis in reality is “some guy said this happened,” they were often fairly entertaining movies. These are generally films about aliens, major government conspiracies, and otherwise things tha...

Pirates Of The Caribbean: On Stranger Tides – Movie Review

Few releases have offered less interest pre-viewing than Pirates of the Caribbean: On Stranger Tides. Not only was At World’s End nearly indescribable in its awfulness, but the move to Rob Marshall as director didn’t inspire a lot of confidence. Something about being a choreographer and/or directing the passable Chicago, and the abysmal Nine apparently translates into “obvious ch...

Gnomeo & Juliet Blu-Ray Review

Gnomeo & Juliet is a tough case if you’re old enough, but full of fun and much to enjoy for younger crowds. The spin on Shakespeare pits neighboring bands of garden gnomes against each other in a feud that, naturally, no one particularly knows why they’re fighting. It’s blues against reds, but even if our gnomes take things pretty seriously, it’s largely a jovial sort o...

L.A. Noire Xbox Review

L.A. Noire is without question a major step in the video gaming industry. The trouble with that statement is that a lot of things can be major steps, without quite being a place to put your foot down in themselves. The production was clearly a massive undertaking, and it shows in the superb look and feel of the game. Actors were filmed using state-of-the-art technology, not simply to film motion-c...

Upstairs Downstairs DVD Review And Giveaway

It’s hard to imagine, given the world of television we live in today, that Upstairs, Downstairs only ran for 4 years. The early-’70s show about about the aristocratic Bellamy family and their servants is an institution of television and British culture, and despite its short-ish run, has been viewed countless times. The popularity of the show is simply epic in proportions, and shows it...

Dianna Agron Talks I Am Number Four, Fashion, And Guys

I Am Number Four is just about to hit stores, and star Dianna Agron chatted about the film recently. Well, largely she chatted about her spare time, guys, and fashion, but you know how it goes. The Glee star has some lofty goals, and simple tastes. Check out the interview below. Was it fun to leave the Glee gang behind for some big-screen action with your new movie, I Am Number Four? It was a lot ...

Emily Blunt And Elton John Talk Gnomeo & Juliet Plus Character Poses Slideshow

Hitting stores on May 24th, Gnomeo & Juliet is a great family film that is sure to entertain. I’ll have a review of the release for you shortly, and I can tell you that the film was much better than I expected (for what you can glean from that information), but I have a couple of things to share first. Emily Blunt and Elton John share some thoughts on the movie, and I also have a very co...

Growing Pains – The Complete Second Season DVD Review And Giveaway

Easily one of my favorite shows during its run, Growing Pains was the sort of semi-zany, easy to digest fare that I think serves a great purpose in the television industry. A lot of people grew up with the Seavers, with semi-rebellious Mike and cohort Boner driving the majority of the antic-fueled plotlines. The mad mix of family dynamic that made the Seaver household operate at varying degrees of...

HBO’s Too Big To Fail Starring Everyone Debuts May 23

HBO Films has an incredible feature coming your way beginning May 23rd. The cast is amazing, and the subject is one that is sure to grip you. Check out the info below – including a trailer and several photos – and make sure you catch Too Big To Fail. An HBO Films presentation of a Spring Creek/Deuce Three production, a film by Curtis Hanson, TOO BIG TOO FAIL is based on Andrew Ross Sor...

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