Bloody vengeance continues to reign in the sixth season of Showtime’s Dexter as the dark passenger looks inward and outward for meaning in his life and tackles religious fanatics terrorizing Miami.
The second season of this anime series follows the first closely, but brings some new elements that help to set it up for an interesting third season.
The infamous family feud between the Hatfields and McCoys plays out in this addictive History Channel mini-series, out on Blu-ray courtesy of Sony Pictures Home Entertainment.
This SyFy mini-series of Robert Louis Stevenson’s classic novel fails to truly convey any of its adventure and danger, despite a strong, A-list cast.
With fine V/A, as well as an excellent performance from Kelsey Grammer, Starz’ Boss: Season One comes Well Recommended.
This shōjo manga adaptation is filled with bittersweet teen romance that its prime demographic will love.
This 30-minute feature is wonderfully animated, but does suffer from a somewhat confusing storyline and a lackluster transfer.
This touching anime series arrives in beautiful collectible Blu-ray set from NIS America.
In its fourth season, SyFy’s Sanctuary makes a few minor changes that keep this freak-of-the-week fan favorite interesting. It also arrives in a pleasing Blu-ray set from Entertainment One.
With fine acting, tense moments, and an excellent Blu-ray presentation from HBO, this first season of original Cinemax series Strike Back comes recommended.