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Better Call Saul - Season 04
<small>by Ryan Keefer</small><hr />

The Show:

Back when I was half joking about the acumen with which Better Call Saul was going in its second season, you knew that it would head down a sad yet inevitable road, right? Jimmy (its second season) would become Saul eventually, despite his best efforts otherwise.

There are two big changes that have occurred since I wrote a lot of words down about the show; one being the death of Jimmy's brother Chuck (Michael McKean, This is Spinal Tap) and the introduction or reacquainting if you will of Gus Fring (Giancarlo Esposito, Breaking Bad), both of which occur in Seaso...Read the entire review »


Arabian Adventure (Blu-ray)
<small>by Stuart Galbraith IV</small><hr />

Arabian Adventure (1979) was the fifth and final film of a series of fantasy-adventures produced by John Dark and directed by Kevin Connor, following The Land That Time Forgot (1974), At the Earth's Core (1976), The People That Time Forgot (1977), and Warlords of Atlantis (aka Warlords of the Deep, 1978). Medium-budget films produced in the U.K., the best of these films, particularly The Land That Time Forgot, had a peculiar, hard-to-define charm, their rudimentary if plentiful special visual effects offset by engaging stories, characters, and well-cast leading and supporting players. These pictures did reasonably well theatrically, but made an even bigger splash on American network prime-time television, where they scored high ratings and were repeated multiple times.

Arabian Adventure enjoyed a higher budget of $4 million, probably about doub...Read the entire review »


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Batman And Robin (4K) (Blu-ray)
<small>by Ian Jane</small><hr />

The Movie:

Joel Schumacher's second attempt at a Batman film, following Batman Forever made two years prior, was 1997's widely reviled Batman & Robin. Once again, Batman/Bruce Wayne was re-cast, this time with George Clooney in the lead role, while Chris O'Donnell returned as Dick Grayson/Robin, Michael Gough was back as Alfred and Pat Hingle once again reprised his role as Gotham's Commissioner James Gordon.

The story in this fourth entry in the series introduces us to Dr. Victor Fries (Arnold Schwarzenegger) who turns to the dark side after his wife, Nora (Vendela Kirsebom Thomessen), is unfortunate enough to contract a rare disease called MacGregor's Syndrome. When his blood gets injected with a cryogenic liquid, he becomes Mr. Freeze, the newest supervillain to terrorize Gotham City. His schtick? He's cold looking, cold feeling and hellbent on making everyth...Read the entire review »


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Sex Madness Revealed (Blu-ray)
<small>by Francis Rizzo III</small><hr />


In 10 Words or Less

An idea that's more clever than funny

The Movie

There was genuine excitement in approaching Sex Madness Revealed. First of all, it stars Patton Oswalt, who is worth watching in pretty ...Read the entire review »

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