Sookie’s (mis)adventures continue in another round of this campy, sexy, blood-drenched season of True Blood, filled with so many unexpected twists it’ll give you a neck ache.
A well intended biopic of the stormy relationship of a famed novelist and war correspondent, Hemingway & Gellhorn comes up a bit short in the areas of script, direction, and editing.
HBO’s Veep takes a comedic look at the inner workings of dysfunctional politics in D.C. with Julia Louis-Dreyfus starring as a bumbling Vice President. The show works on multiple levels and is a surefire hit.
The game is afoot, a new “mad king” sits atop the Iron Throne, and the War of the Five Kings is on in this darker, more complex second season of HBO’s hit fantasy series Game of Thrones.
Laura Dern offers a powerful performance in HBO’s latest dramedy, Enlightenment, a look at a woman picking up the pieces of her life while on a search for a spiritual awakening.
A fascinating guilty pleasure that peeks behind the curtain of political campaigns and offers a look at the rise of Tea Party favorite Sarah Palin, HBO’s Game Change is a winner.
Girls, HBO’s newest series from Lena Dunham and Executive Producer Judd Apatow, mixes everything just right with subjects and characters we truly care about.
Chris Lilley’s rude and crude mockumentary comedy series Angry Boys hits Blu-ray with hours of extra material that fans should love.
What was originally meant to be the final season of HBO’s hit half-hour comedy series Eastbound & Down turns out to be just another hilarious season that wraps up with a satisfying conclusion that will have to be reworked for the confirmed fourth season.
The hilarious romantic comedy returns for a big fat 10th anniversary release on Blu-ray.