See what Aurora has to say about this shocking episode in which Sookie has feelings for Ben, Andy’s daughters are in peril, Jessica makes a tragic mistake, and Bill works to find a new wonder blood for vamps.
In her debut column for TheaterByte, our “Entertainment Goddess” Aurora Snow offers up her thoughts on this week’s third episode from the sixth season of HBO’s True Blood.
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Dogwoof has announced their first Blu-ray release with the multi-award winning environmental documentary Chasing Ice.
The Fugitive escapes for a second go round on Blu-ray in a remastered 20th Anniversary Edition from Warner this September.
The History Channel tackles 13.7 billion years of history in just under 90-minutes in this entertaining, but casual, look at the history of the world.
The subject of the “perfect” family, or how we view it on paper, is the forefront of HBO Films newest Blu-ray in Cinema Verite.
This 1967 musical starring Richard Harris and Vanessa Redgrave is flawed and nowhere near as memorable as classics like The Sound of Music or West Side Story, but its gorgeous visuals and A-list cast make it worth renting nonetheless.
Overly emotional? Perhaps, but this is a Steven Spielberg film and, as expected, is expertly made. War Horse is entertaining and, on all levels, is an example of fine filmmaking.
Witness the lives of everyday Britons during wartime in these classic Humphrey Jennings documentaries collected in this second volume of his complete works from the BFI.