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: Mas Negro Que La Noche

If you’re puzzling over the Spanish in the title, don’t worry; you’re not at all alone. As near as I can tell “Mas Negro Que La Noche” is, essentially, “More Black Than the Night,” and however you translate it, it’s going to be a big pile of creepy. Our friends out at Lionsgate sent over more »

DVD Review: Paddington Bear: Collector’s Edition

With the Paddington Bear movie currently in theaters, our friends at Mill Creek Entertainment likely figured it a good idea to remind you where the oddly-dressed bear came from. To that end, they’ve sent out a copy of the “Paddington Bear: Collector’s Edition” set for us to review. “” comes with two separate breeds of more »

Blu-ray Review: Black Sails: The Complete First Season

Recent television history has featured an odd influx of piracy, between “Crossbones” on NBC and Starz’s entrant, “Black Sails.” Today we’ll see just how the Starz entrant’s premiere season turned out, as our friends out at Anchor Bay sent out a copy of “Black Sails: The Complete First Season” for us to review. “” is more »

Blu-ray Review: The Houses October Built

Going in, there would be every reason to believe this was going to be a good horror movie. It’s got at least one evil clown, a creepy house, and a pedigree to die for. But would “The Houses October Built” be able to cash the check its appearances wrote? Our friends out at Image Entertainment more »

Blu-ray Review: Honeymoon

A honeymoon should be one of the happiest days of a young couple’s lives. But when it doesn’t go according to plan, it can bring with it at least a little sorrow. Most of the time, the sorrows are minor at worst. Sometimes, though, it can be downright life threatening. Our friends out at Magnet more »

DVD Review: House of Lies Season 3

I’ve been fond of “House of Lies” since its inception, and this sharp, cynical, and likely more truthful than anyone would care to admit look at corporate America carries on in earnest. Our friends out at CBS Home Entertainment sent out a copy of “House of Lies Season 3,” which shows us that this Showtime more »

DVD Review: Tour of Duty Season One

Back in the 1980s, there were two separate shows, running almost back-to-back about Vietnam. There was “China Beach,” which was ABC’s run, and there was a second title, “Tour of Duty,” which came just ahead of “China Beach.” Our friends at Mill Creek Entertainment are bringing this one back, and sent out a copy of more »

Blu-ray Review: Jessabelle

Any time you can say a movie’s connected to “Paranormal Activity” and “Insidious” at the same time, that’s a pedigree that suggests a great time in the making. Of course, it doesn’t always turn out that way, and our friends out at Lionsgate sent out a copy of “Jessabelle” to see if it would manage more »

DVD Review: Agatha Christie’s Marple Series 6

With Poirot now behind us…pardon me while I sigh a bit with ennui…it would be easy to think that there’s just not that much to look forward to these days. But we’ve got a little something new here thanks to our friends out at Acorn, who sent over a copy of “Agatha Christie’s Marple Series more »

Blu-ray Review: Annabelle

Sometimes in life, there’s nothing quite so creepy as a creepy doll. From “Trilogy of Terror” to “Child’s Play” and beyond, the creepy doll is a grand old horror trope that’s hard to pass up. Our friends out at Warner Bros., meanwhile, have sought to put this trope to work themselves, sending us a copy more »


Blu-ray Review: I Know What You Did Last Summer

I’m starting to become very fond of Mill Creek, because these guys have been restarting some stuff I never thought I’d see again, and sometimes, things I haven’t seen in years. Today is one such example, as they’ve sent out a copy of “I Know What You Did Last Summer” for us to review. Though more »


Blu-ray Review: Star Trek: The Next Generation: All Good Things

While we only recently concluded the magnificent series run that is “Star Trek: The Next Generation”, don’t think for a minute that we’re quite out of “Star Trek” fun just yet. Indeed, we’ve got one very exciting piece to cover yet, and that’s just what our friends at CBS Home Entertainment sent out for review. more »