PR: "Southland" Star Ben McKenzie Takes Justice Into His Own Hands as Title Character in "Batman: Year One"
Southland star Ben McKenzie takes justice into his own hands as the title character of Batman: Year One Three-time Emmy winner Bryan Cranston, fanboy favorites Eliza Dushku and Katee Sackhoff included in cast of all-new DC Universe Animated Original Movie Coming to Blu-ray, DVD on October 18, 2011 from Warner Home Video Ben McKenzie plays […]
I suspect that Adventure Time is a lot like Monty Python or the Coen Brothers: people who get it think it’s the funniest, most awesome thing ever, and people who don’t will only stare at it in complete and utter bafflement. It’s a strange, surreal, and spectacularly hilarious show that defies easy description or categorization. […]
Rusty Cuyler Finds Love in an All-New Episode of Squidbillies Country Music Singer-Songwriter Elizabeth Cook Guest Stars on Sunday, Oct. 9 at 11:45 p.m. (et/pt) Bless Rusty’s sweet heart. He’s finally got himself a nice little girlfriend, Tammi, who loves him for who he is, despite his being, well, a squid with severe acne. Watch […]
Do people still use slide projectors to share photographs of their vacations? It’s a sign of just how boring SpongeBob’s Runaway Roadtrip is that none of the five episodes included on the DVD theme set could distract me from that admittedly pointless question. For the record, the five episodes in question are “A SquarePants Family […]
One of the benefits of reviewing DVDs for this site is the incredible breadth of material available for review, which can sometimes lead to interesting and unexpected juxtapositions. Watching several of the new releases from September 27 led to one of those weird juxtapositions, as I realized that there is far more comedic slapstick mayhem […]
The songs are also some of the best Disney’s done, with “Hakuna Matata” and “Be Prepared” memorable for different reasons; the former for its instantly hummable melody, laid back feel, and gorgeous lush jungle visuals to go with it, and the latter for its menacing nature and not-so-subtle allusions to Nazi Germany with Scar’s goose-stepping […]