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Steve Anderson has been writing about movies on a continuing basis since 2004. His work has been seen in a variety of places like Film Threat, Monsters and Critics, and Movieweb. He was the former lead reviewer for Screenhead before making the jump to EntertainmentTell, and has covered topics from electronics to politics and economics, and just about everything in between.

Blu-ray Review: Under the Dome Season Two

It’s time to go back out to our favorite trapped village, Chester’s Mill, as our friends at CBS Home Entertainment sent out a copy of “Under the Dome Season Two” for us to review. This bizarre yet insidious title will keep giving us everything the first season did, complete with a few new twists. “” more »

Blu-ray Review: The Dark Half

There are some things in life that always combine well. Chocolate and peanut butter, for example. Coffee and donuts. Even ham in beef chow mein, to quote Bloom County. But one great combination gets exemplified today with “The Dark Half,” a copy of which our friends out at Scream Factory sent out for review. That more »

DVD Review: The Definitive WWI & WWII Collection

One thing is quite clear: both World War I and World War II were major events in world history, the like of which may never be seen again until a third such event comes along, an event which will hopefully never come to pass. But for those who want to get a better handle on more »

Blu-ray Review: At The Devil’s Door

One thing I’ve come to discover over the years is that, four times out of five, IFC Midnight does horror just right. It gave me one of my all-time favorites in scary movie in the form of “Home Movie,” easily one of the creepiest little titles around. Meanwhile, they sent out a copy of one more »

Blu-ray Review: Pumpkinhead 2: Blood Wings

A tale of vengeance, blood, justice, and a horror that extracts all three comes our way when our friends out at Scream Factory bring back another little marvel from the dead in the form of “Pumpkinhead 2: Blood Wings.” Those who remember the last one will catch a few familiarities here, but this one’s going more »

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Blu-ray Review: Star Trek: The Next Generation Season Seven

When any television show manages to outlast the slings and arrows of fickle fandom long enough to encompass any majority portion of a decade, from five seasons up, it tends to take on a new kind of life, and when it ends, a new importance. Our friends out at CBS Home Entertainment sent over a more »

DVD Review: Hart to Hart The Complete Third Season

The early 1980s were an odd time for television, bringing out some legendary notables like “The A-Team.” But it was also a time in which things that would be outlandishly trite by today’s standards were almost new and innovative, and one such show that benefits from this dichotomy is “Hart to Hart.” Our friends out more »

DVD Review: Perry Mason Movie Collection Double Feature 5

When most people think of lawyers, a few names come readily to mind. While some may think of a Clarence Darrow or a Johnnie Cochran, others instead turn to one of the biggest names in jurisprudence in the last 30 years: Perry Mason. Our friends out at CBS Entertainment sent out a copy of “Perry more »

DVD Review: Benson Seasons One and Two

If there’s one thing that eighties television was famous for, it was sheer strangeness. While we won’t be getting a whole lot of that with “Benson: Seasons One and Two”–a copy of which our friends out at Mill Creek Entertainment sent out for review–there will still be some to go around here. “Benson: Seasons One more »

Blu-ray Review: Ragnarok

It’s the ultimate in Nordic disasters, and our friends at Magnet have sent out a copy of “Ragnarok,” a movie that attempts to distill the horror of the Scandinavian apocalypse all in one handy package. That’s a lot to choke down all at once, but can this deliver on its impressive promise? “” takes us more »

Blu-ray Review: Monkey Shines

While most associate the name “George Romero” with zombies–and not without reason, being that his most famous work involved the shambling dead–but what’s less often considered is Romero’s other work. Indeed, Romero has been involved in viruses, vampires…and perhaps strangest of all, monkeys. Our friends out at Scream Factory sent out a copy of that more »

DVD Review: Beneath

It’s not hard to be scared by a coal mine. Hundreds of feet–even miles sometimes–underground, it takes the comparative safety of being slightly underground a bit too far, increasing the pressure and the knowledge that, at any time, you could be buried alive. Our friends out at IFC Midnight are taking advantage of this particular more »