**Warner Bros. Home Entertainment provided me with a free copy of the Blu-ray I reviewed in this blog post. The opinions I share are my own.** After a third season that ended with a surprising new Seattle, iZombie season three is out on DVD and Blu-ray! Which means that it’s a
**Warner Bros. Home Entertainment provided me with a free copy of the Blu-ray I reviewed in this blog post. The opinions I share are my own.** After a second season filled with plenty of twists, turns, emotions, and laughter, Lucifer is out on DVD! The sophomore season of the DC/Vertigo series continued
The Batman Unlimited series continues with Batman Unlimited: Mechs vs. Mutants! The third in the series, follows Batman, Robin, and a few friends as they try to take down some of the most notorious Gotham villains after Penguin attempts to take over Gotham City, with the help of Mr. Freeze and
I've been trying a year without cable. Yes, I cut the cord. With Hulu and Netflix, I was pretty well covered. But CBS stymied me. UNTIL I got the CBS app. I was able to catch up on my CBS favorites, including The Big Bang Theory. But I missed a
August 30th will be an early birthday for anyone who is a fan of CW's Arrow! Of course, if your birthday happens to be on August 30th, let's just pretend that Warner Brothers Home Entertainment is celebrating with you! You can own it on Blue-ray, DVD and Digital HD August 30th!
After a strong second season, iZombie is out on DVD! iZombie season two saw some big moves for the core cast of characters as the Meat Cute massacre and the Chaos Killer investigation led Clive to make a really big discovery. The zombie series' sophomore season also saw Major dealing with
Superheroes were everywhere this past TV season. One of the more popular takes on the superhero was FOX's Gotham - the story of what Gotham was like, BEFORE Batman was keeping the streets safe. "Before there was Batman, there was Gotham City. Everyone knows the name of Commissioner Gordon, but what
The new(ish) fad of 'binge watching' a show online or on DVD/BluRay is one I love. And NBC's Revolution is a great candidate for that. I watched the first four or five episodes live, but felt I was letting myself down every time the episode ended. I wanted to watch them