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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: Turn: Washington’s Spies: The Complete First Season

American history is packed with amazing stories, and the Revolutionary War is no exception. In fact, there’s a little known section of history that deals with espionage, given some sanction by then-General George Washington. Our friends out at Anchor Bay sent over a copy of  AMC’s “Turn: Washington’s Spies: The Complete First Season” for us more »

DVD Review: Perry Mason Double Feature 6

One of the biggest figures in television, who subsequently went on to do some television movies besides, is Perry Mason. Our friends out at CBS Home Entertainment sent out a copy of “Perry Mason Double Feature 6″ for us to review, and Mason is still in fine legal form. “Perry Mason Double Feature 6″ brings more »

Blu-ray Review: Invaders From Mars

Did you know that Tobe Hooper had a career beyond “The Texas Chainsaw Massacre”? Not everyone may know about this, but he was actually a reasonably prolific director. Our friends out at Scream Factory, as part of what would seem to be an ongoing crusade to bring back the greatest of eighties films, have sent more »

Blu-ray Review: Scream Factory Double Feature: Ghoulies / Ghoulies II

The Ghoulies series is an old one, but it’s an unusual proposition: a monster-based comedy with some horror elements that got more cartoonish as it went along. Our friends out at Scream Factory, meanwhile, have brought the opening salvo of this series back with “Scream Factory Double Feature: Ghoulies / Ghoulies 2″. “” takes us more »

DVD Review: Bedlam

Another great day for us today, folks, as we’ve got something downright exciting to check out. Today, we’ve got a new one in from our friends at Lionsgate, who sent out a copy of After Dark’s new “Bedlam” for us to review. After Dark material is generally high-quality stuff, but can we keep a relatively more »

Blu-ray Review: American Sniper

It’s easily one of the biggest movies of the last year and our friends out at Warner Brothers sent over a copy of “American Sniper” for us to review. Those interested in getting hands on this one will be able to do so when it hits Blu-ray, DVD, and digital HD May 19. “American Sniper” follows more »

Blu-ray Review: Halt and Catch Fire: The Complete First Season

Back in the 1980s, it took a special kind of person to use a personal computer. It took an even more special kind of person to develop for that wildly unusual platform. Our friends out at Anchor Bay sent out a copy of “Halt and Catch Fire: The Complete First Season” for us to review, more »

DVD Review: The Colbys: The Complete Series

One thing I absolutely love about Shout Factory–who sent over a copy of “The Colbys: The Complete Series” for review–is that they’re bringing back a lot of old series that I either half-remember or don’t even remember at all. Today is one such example, and man, what I was missing out on by virtue of more »

Blu-ray Review: Nurse Jackie Season Six

I’ve long been fond of the adventures of pretty much everyone’s favorite drug addict nurse, if for no other reason than she’s pretty much the only one out there most even know of. She’s back for more in “Nurse Jackie Season Six,” and she’s still in fine form, if the copy our friends out at more »

DVD Review: Final Prayer

I admit, the first time I saw the trailer for “Final Prayer,” I thought I’d seen it before. Because it looked like another Lionsgate release from earlier. More on that in a bit, but for now, our friends out at Lionsgate sent over a copy of “Final Prayer” for us to review, and though it more »

Blu-ray Review: Harley Davidson and the Marlboro Man

Genre combination films–some like to call them “Genre benders”–often offer an experience more noteworthy than their single-genre counterparts. Bringing in that little extra touch can turn a pedestrian comedy into a thrilling experience, a horror movie into an adrenaline-fueled action romp, or any of a host of other possibilities. Our friends out at Shout Factory more »

Blu-ray Review: Scream Factory Double Feature: Carrie / Carrie 2: The Rage

Today offers a little something special for those out there who are fond of late nineties / early millennial cinema, much as I am thanks to a deep personal connection with the era. Our friends out at Scream Factory sent over another doozy of a double feature for us to review, and “Scream Factory Double more »