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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.

DVD Review: Sanctuary; Quite A Conundrum

It’s easily one of the strangest titles I’ve ever heard of, and though the caveat rings in my ears about judging a book by its cover, I’m quickly shown that, indeed, sometimes you can do exactly that, because the movie itself is as strange as the title. It’s “Sanctuary; Quite a Conundrum,” a copy of more »

DVD Review: Blood Glacier

There’s nothing quite like the good old fashioned monster movie, and when IFC gets in on the action, well, that’s certainly a good sign. Our friends out at IFC, meanwhile, showed this off by sending over a copy of “Blood Glacier” for us to review, and this one is a monster movie with all the more »

Blu-ray Review: Disaster L.A.: The Last Zombie Apocalypse Begins Here

In life, there are certain things that go together well. Peanut butter and chocolate, for example. A cool drink on a hot day. Things like that just work together. But one thing that doesn’t quite work so well at first glance is “Warner Bros.” and “direct to video horror.” However, Warner’s going to take a more »

Blu-ray Review: Godzilla

He’s the ultimate in movie monsters. Freddy Krueger gets bad dreams from him. Jason Voorhees hopes never to be caught anywhere within a country mile–about six steps–from him. Pinhead shudders at the thought of finding room for him in hell. He’s Godzilla, and our friends at Warner Bros. sent out a copy of his latest more »

Blu-ray Review: The Vampire Diaries: The Complete Fifth Season

Vampires can seem like pretty mysterious creatures to the outside world, all right. After all, these things tend to stay in the shadows and well away from human view, until, of course, it’s time to turn one into dinner. Our friends out at Warner Bros., meanwhile, sent over a copy of “The Vampire Diaries: The more »

Blu-ray Review: Supernatural: The Complete Ninth Season

There’s always something to be said for a show that has been on the air continuously for the better part of a decade, and our friends out at Warner Bros. sent over a copy of one show to do just that. Specifically, they sent over “Supernatural: The Complete Ninth Season,” and for those who like more »

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Blu-ray Review: Young Justice

It’s been called the fourth best cartoon to ever get cancelled–at least, that’s what WatchMojo had to say about it– and it’s still got quite a fanbase. It’s none other than “Young Justice,” and our friends out at Warner Bros. sent over a copy of the first season for us to review. While it’s also more »

DVD Review: Rosemary’s Baby

Just a couple months ago, NBC brought back a bit of that old mini-series magic, hoping to get some of the action that was found with things like “Roots” and “Shogun.” Our friends at Lionsgate, meanwhile, sent out a copy of “Rosemary’s Baby,” the newest representative of the miniseries craft, for us to review. And more »

Blu-ray Review: Pumpkinhead: Collector’s Edition

There are certain actors that, over the years, I’ve come to note can be commonly relied on to put up a good performance no matter how frankly godawful the rest of the material around them is. Right on the top of that very short list is Lance Henriksen, and our friends out at Scream Factory more »

Blu-ray Review: Cabin Fever: Patient Zero

It was a surprise to see a third installment of “Cabin Fever” emerge, and our friends out at Image Entertainment sent over a copy of same, dubbed “Cabin Fever: Patient Zero” for us to review. Given that the second one was really only tangentially related to the second one, I don’t know what exactly I more »

DVD Review: The Saint: Set One

“The Saint” is one of those properties that’s had a long and often confusing run. It was a British mystery series back in the 1960s, it had a movie conversion in 1997, and there was talk of bringing it back under the production of Roger Moore, and others. Now, thanks to our friends at Acorn more »

Blu-ray Review: The Walking Dead: The Complete Fourth Season

It’s one of the biggest shows on television, one of the biggest comic book series around, and we’ve got the newest portion of it released on Blu-ray ahead of the next season on AMC set for this October. Our friends out at Anchor Bay sent over a copy of “The Walking Dead: The Complete Fourth more »