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GOTHAM: THE COMPLETE THIRD SEASON Blu-ray Review

Gotham may have started a bit rough, but this scrappy little show that follows James Gordon, Bruce Wayne, and many of Batman's rogues gallery...

ARROW: THE COMPLETE FIFTH SEASON Blu-ray Review

The show that started it all for the DC TVerse is back, with Arrow: The Complete Fifth Season, or for long time fans of...

Blu Ray Review: Wonder Woman

"I will fight for those who cannot fight for themselves." Wonder Woman dominated the box office, took the world by storm, and inspired women everywhere...

Blu Ray Review: Born in China

Disney Nature's latest venture, Born in China is filled with splendor, wonder, and a rare look at the natural world of China. Filmed over...

LUCIFER: The Complete Second Season DVD Review

Lucifer ended up being a surprise success for Fox last season. Based on the popular Neil Gaiman character from his comic book series The Sandman,...

SUPERGIRL Season 2 Blu-Ray Review

Supergirl was one of the best shows of CBS' 2016 slate, offering a fun, bright, hopeful take on the superhero genre. But with only...

Blu Ray Review: ‘The Lion King’ Walt Disney Signature Edition

The Disney Vault is home to some of the most iconic works of animation and storytelling; with films that inspire and live on past...

RIVERDALE: The Complete First Season DVD Review

In a small town where life is seemingly perfect, it only takes one crack in the glass to destroy that illusion. For the folks...

DC’S LEGENDS OF TOMORROW Season 2 Blu-ray Review

Last year, the CW introduced their third show in their ever expanding Arrowverse, Legends of Tomorrow. The show took many of the popular supporting...

Blu-Ray REVIEW: Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2

After months of waiting, fans will finally get a chance to bring home Star Lord and the Guardians of the Galaxy with the new...
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