Fans of forgotten single-camera 2010s sitcoms can rejoice – you finally got your happy ending!
As a WWF-obsessed kid in the 1980s, I was the target audience during pro wrestling’s peak period. But what I didn’t know then was this national explosion of popularity was killing off the last vestiges of rasslin’ as it existed for decades before, and fans of so-called “real” wrestling were mourning its loss.
The Complete Hammer House of Horror is perfect Halloween viewing for anyone interested in 80s UK horror and the Hammer Films studio: the scripts are tight, the direction nimble, and the performances spot-on…with plenty of gore and slight nudity to keep you tuned in.
Welcome to the fourth DVD voyage of The Love Boat’s Pacific Princess, where the hook-ups are plentiful and the penicillin shots are always free! Continue reading ‘The Love Boat’ (Season 4): The ABC juggernaut’s highest-rated season
Flashy but familiar, bait-and-switch ABC Movie of the Week entry. Continue reading ‘The Eyes of Charles Sand’ (1972): Fun viewing for dark October nights
They couldn’t just leave it alone. Continue reading ‘Harry O’ (Season 1): World weary 70s detective is classically quirky…at first
Can I eat crow? Yes. I can. Can I admit being wrong? Absolutely. And I was wrong–desperately wrong, Mr. Spelling. Continue reading ‘Charlie’s Angels’ (Season 1): 70s original is better than you remember