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Adult Swim in a Box (DVD Review)    20 Oct, 2009

Article By: John Latchem

This boxed set is sort of the end-all be-all of the sampler concept, in that it contains not just...More>>

Adventure Time: My Two Favorite People (DVD Review)    5 Oct, 2011

Article By: John Latchem

“Adventure Time” is one of the quirkiest animated shows to come along in a while, but don’t...More>>

Adventureland (DVD Review)    17 Aug, 2009

Article By: John Latchem

In setting the story at an old-fashioned amusement park, Greg Mottola seems to have found the...More>>

Adventures in Pornoland (DVD Review)    8 Oct, 2011

Article By: Erik Gruenwedel

What gives 2008 Canadian indie 'Adventures in Pornoland' a slightly comedic twist on the genre is...More>>

Adventures of Buckaroo Banzai Across the 8th Dimension, The (Blu-ray Review)    12 Aug, 2016

Article By: John Latchem

'The Adventures of Buckaroo Banzai' is the first Blu-ray in Shout! Factory’s new Shout Select...More>>

Adventures of Ichabod and Mr. Toad, The/Fun and Fancy Free (Blu-ray Review)    11 Aug, 2014

Article By: Mike Clark

In this welcomely ticklish twofer of Disney postwar recharge efforts, 'Ichabod/Toad' is mighty...More>>

Adventures of Johnny Tao (DVD Review)    27 Jul, 2008

Article By: Matt Miller

'Adventures of Johnny Tao' is a throwback to family-friendly martial arts films of the 1980s such...More>>

Adventures of Power (DVD Review)    16 Jan, 2011

Article By: Ashley Ratcliff

'Adventures of Power' is reminiscent of 'Napoleon Dynamite,' for all the right reasons. Amusing...More>>

Adventures of Tintin: Season One, The (DVD Review)    19 Nov, 2011

Article By: Ashley Ratcliff

Fans of “The Adventures of Tintin” animated series will love this DVD presentation of the 1991...More>>

Affair to Remember, An (Blu-ray Review)    14 Feb, 2011

Article By: Mike Clark

The Blu-ray has an intensity you don’t get on the standard-DVD or TV showings.More>>