Wednesday, February 27, 2013

DVD Reviews Since....August

I've continued writing DVD reviews after a month away from them to readjust my priorities, to remind myself that I'm still writing them in order to keep an updated portfolio, but this time reviewing only what truly interests me, despite the temptation to ask Acorn Media for everything they have, which would put more pressure on me to review everything I've requested and to spend more hours in front of the TV than I'd want to because I have more books I want to read than DVDs I want to watch. As long as I don't look at the wholesale section of Acorn Media's website, which includes a list of upcoming titles, the temptation passes.

However, a month's hiatus means nothing in this blog because I just realized, while thinking about posting links to my latest reviews, that I haven't posted any links since August 8, a month and 6 days before we moved.

Here we go then, with my reviews since August, up to today's review of the Michelin Guide documentary Three Stars:

The Devil's Needle and Other Tales of Vice and Redemption

Dennis the Menace: 20 Timeless Episodes

The Best Exotic Marigold Hotel


Holy Flying Circus (One of my favorite reviews of late)

The Sinking of the Laconia

The Decade You Were Born: The '40s

Red Green Show press release with a little from me at the top

The Callers

Master Qi and the Monkey King



The Decade You Were Born: The '50s

James Bond Gadgets

50's TV Classics

Secret Access: The Presidency

The Good Wife: The Third Season (My final review before we moved to Las Vegas)

The Halloween Tree (My first review after we moved to Las Vegas)

Battle Circus

Kiss Me

Mighty Morphin Power Rangers: The Complete Series

The Raw and the Cooked

The Clintons: An American Odyssey

Hazel: The Complete Fourth Season (My other favorite review of late)

A Simple Life

Three Stars

Next up for me is seasons 5 and 6 of That '70s Show and The Carol Burnett Show: Carol's Favorites (Collector's Edition), which came out on September 25, but I'm catching up on earlier DVDs since moving took priority as well as seeking full-time work.

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