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Low Winter Sun: Season 1

Low Winter Sun finds new life on DVD... Read more
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Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Cowabunga Classics

TMNT are big right now, again, due to the latest Michael Bay fueled relaunch of the franchise, but with Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Cowabunga Classics you can look back to the mainstreaming of the turtles and catch 10 fan favorite episodes from the old 80s/90s cartoon.... Read more
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Comedy Bang Bang: The Complete Second Season

When I first got this I had heard of the show and was thinking it was going to be pretty good. It turned out to be really boring of a show. I couldn’t really watch more then an episode or two at a time, which is pretty bad as each episode is only about 20 mins.... Read more
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Hell On Wheels: The Complete Third Season

In all honesty I have never watched Hell on Wheels before now so I had no idea what was going on.  Being as I haven’t watched the show I was very lost when it first started, but as I started to get into it I really did enjoy the show.  I was kind of confused on a lot of the relationships between ... Read more
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The Birthday Boys: The Complete First Season

The Birthday Boys is a sketch comedy group with their own television series appearing on IFC. Its episodes consist of various short sketches alongside a longer, more drawn out sequence.... Read more
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How the West Was Won: The Complete Second Season

HOW THE WEST WAS WON:... Read more
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Case Histories: Series 2

CASE HISTORIES:... Read more
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Prisoners Of War

PRISONERS OF WAR:... Read more
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House of Cards: Volume Two

The greatest trick the devil ever pulled was convincing the president of the United States that he was his friend. Season 2 of the Netflix Original series House of Cards picks up where Season 1 left off as Frank Underwood accepts the appointment to vice president and it doesn't let up.... Read more
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The Legend of Korra: Book Two: Spirits

While I did like the original Avatar cartoon series this one just couldn’t hold my attention. That may be because I’m older now and the show is meant for kids though.... Read more
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