Hitchcock in Reverse - Arthur (1959)

A chicken farmer murders his former fiancée.

DVD Review - Derek: Series 2

Second season of the Ricky Gervais sitcom.

Blu-ray Review - The Killing: Seasons 1-3

US remake of the cult Danish series, new to UK Blu-ray from Medium Rare Entertainment.

TV Waffle - The Walking Dead: A Season One through Four overview

With the fifth season approaching, we look back at the first four seasons of AMC's hit zombie drama.

TV Waffle - Planet of the Apes (1974)

Small screen spinoff of the Planet of the Apes phenomenon.

TV Waffle - The Americans (Season Two)

Sophomore season of the cold war era drama.

TV Waffle - Fargo (Season One)

The Coen Brothers' crime thriller is reworked for TV.

TV Waffle - Return to the Planet of the Apes (1975)

Animated spinoff from the 70s sci-fi phenomenon.

TV Waffle - Television's Best Female Roles

Does TV provide better roles for women than movies?

TV Waffle - Bates Motel (Season 2)

Sophomore season of the contemporary-set Psycho prequel series.

TV Waffle - Orange is the New Black (Season One)

Netflix original female prison drama.

Hitchcock in Reverse - The Crystal Trench (1959)

A mountaineer falls for the widow of a fellow climber.

TV Waffle - True Detective (Season One)

HBO's acclaimed new crime drama.

Hitchcock in Reverse - Incident at a Corner (1960)

A school crossing guard is accused of pedophilia by an anonymous parent.

TV Waffle - Sherlock (Season 3)

The latest season of BBC's smash hit detective show.

TV Waffle: Nick's 2013 TV discoveries

Nick Sauer looks back at his favorite TV discoveries of 2013.

TV Waffle - Sherlock (Season 2)

A look back at the second season of the hit BBC show.

TV Waffle - Sherlock (Season One)

Contemporary re-imagining of Arthur Conan Doyle's famous detective.

TV Waffle - Masters of Sex (Season 1)

Series based on real life sex researchers William Masters and Virginia Johnson.

TV Waffle - Doctor Who: The First Four Doctors

With the BBC celebrating 50 years of 'Doctor Who', Nick Sauer takes a look back at the first four incarnations of the Doctor.
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