TV Series Review: Westworld (HBO)

by Steve Lancaster6/13/17
Asimov’s three rules of robotics: 1) A robot may not injure a human being or, through inaction, allow a human being to come to harm.  •  2) A robot must obey orders given it by human beings except where such orders would conflict with the First Law.  •  3) A robot must protect its own existence as long as such protection does not conflict with the First or Second Law. More » • (358 views)

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TV Series Review: Salem

by David Norris4/2/17
If you want to see how Marxism and Satanism are kissing cousins, then “Salem” is the show for you.  In all honesty though, I cannot recommend that anyone ever watch this program. More » • (1085 views)

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Cable Series Review: Murder Must Advertise

Kunk Fu Zoby Kung Fu Zu9/19/16
A BBC Drama Mini-Series  •  It is the summer of 1933 and London is hot. A young man falls down the spiral staircase in Pym’s Advertising Agency and breaks his neck. His replacement Mr. Bredon, personally hired by Mr. Pym, shows up rather more quickly than is considered tasteful. More » • (371 views)

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TV Series Review: Daredevil

Daredevilby David Norris3/28/16
Daredevil  –  Superhero for a progressive audience?  Throughout this series the elite are occasionally glimpsed at high end parties, untouched by the unpleasantness of the street, where a diverse and multi-cultural cast reside in the second season of this Marvel series. More » • (681 views)

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TV Series Review: True Blood

TrueBloodby Brad Nelson2/13/16
Here’s another HBO soap opera, spiced up by liberal amounts of T&A whose point, one might suppose, is to disguise the fact that you are indeed watching a glorified soap opera. More » • (1021 views)

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TV Series Review: Narcos

Narcosby David Norris8/29/15
This superbly produced Netflix series is part crime drama, part history lesson, and is definitely worth watching. I didn’t have a lot of background about the Columbian drug cartels going into this, but much of the ‘headlines’ from the 1980’s came popping back into my head as the story unfolded. More » • (1210 views)

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TV Series Review: Vera

Veraby Kung Fu Zu 1/13/15
As those who have read any of my reviews on British TV may recall, I find the disease of political correctness has pretty much infected the lot. Imagine then, my surprise, when I tuned into a new detective series presently being broadcast by PBS More » • (1878 views)

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Arses Puckered Too Tightly

TheSinnerby Brad Nelson   11/10/14
I partook of a The Waltons marathon yesterday. And although I often say that everything I needed to know I learned from the original Star Trek, that is not quite true. You have to throw this show into the mix as well. More » • (1635 views)

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TV Series Review: Salamander

Salamanderby Brad Nelson   8/24/14
There are oodles of cop or detective series on Netflix available for streaming. I try a new one out every now and then and I’m consistently bored by the lack of engaging stories. One cop show just blurs into another. More » • (2305 views)

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Why I No Longer Watch NCIS

NCISby David Ray  7/21/14
I was a huge fan of NCIS once. I recognized David McCullum and became intrigued seeing The Man from U.N.C.L.E. dude. From here we explore the political component of my once favorite show. More » • (2578 views)

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Cable Series Review: Lilyhammer

Lilyhammerby Brad Nelson   7/18/14
My guilty pleasure of late in terms of a TV series is the Netlix original, Lilyhammer. It stars Steven van Zandt as Frank Tagliano, an Italian-American ex-mobster who has since joined the witness protection program. The program has placed him incognito in Lillehammer, Norway More » • (1263 views)

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TV Review: The Paradise

TheParadiseby Brad Nelson   7/10/14
A light series from the UK that may be perfect for those who enjoy dining on Upstairs Downstairs, Masterpiece Theatre, and Downton Abbey. Anglophobes need not apply. But Anglophiles will find something to like. More » • (1336 views)

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