Wild, surreal, and wacky, Ultraman Taro provides enjoyable kid's escapism with the occasional message between monster brawls.
Another Saturday morning delight with silly musical fun, Josie and the Pussycats comes from Hanna-Barbera's peak in the late '60s and early '70s.
After an inconsistent start, Ultraman R/B finds its footing through a complex villain, challenging the show's family dynamics.
A star-studded, topical overview of the horror genre from Eli Roth, History of Horror is an occasionally rewarding but uneven first season.
Space Ghost & Dino Boy finally defeat evil on Blu-ray in this lovely presentation of classic Saturday morning cartoon adventures.
The colorfully animated space comedy/adventure Final Space introduces the goofy Gary and his comedic sidekicks, a group of bizarre aliens and aliens.
Easily one of the best television shows from the past decade, 12 Monkeys' adventure is built around some of cable's best characters.
Using its weird, surreal sci-fi platform to dissect social ills, Neo Ultra Q isn't afraid of getting goofy to make its point.
An over-the-hill David Carradine and ragged Daryl Hannah reunite for the generic martial arts adventure White Crane Chronicles (or Kung Fu Killer).
A well-crafted spy thriller set in the turbulent world of 1960s London, Batman's butler Alfred Pennyworth gets his own origin story.
Ultraman Ace doesn't change the basic formula, but begins the franchise's charge toward an interconnected superhero story.
Greg Nicotero and a litany of genre names like Tobin Bell bring the original Creepshow back to life with a new horror anthology series from SHUDDER.