Thursday, November 16, 2017

Robot Wars Coming to Blu-ray!

Sci-Fi fanatics it is time to rejoice! Full Moon Features is bringing us a Blu-ray release of Robot Wars just in time for Christmas! 

In 2041, North America has been destroyed and mostly turned into a desert land.  This world is a dangerous place where raiders are lurking all over. But the raider have an even bigger plan and it is up to A renegade Megarobot pilot and an archaeologist must team up to thwart that plan.

The blu-ray release has been digitally re-master in High Definition from the original 35 MM negative and will feature a good amount of bonus features! Look for my upcoming in-depth review of this blu-ray release soon! 

ROBOT WARS will be released on 12/15 via FullMoonDirect.com.

Friday, October 27, 2017

The Three Stooges Big box of Nyuks (1936-2000) - Reviewed By Jason S. Lockard


As a child I was raised on the classics. Whether it was Lucille Ball, Cary Grant, John Wayne, Humphrey Bogart, James Stewart, Laurel and Hardy, The Marx Brothers.  Screwball comedies were my favorite, and it didn't get any screwier than The Three Stooges. Whether your favorite was Moe, Larry, Curly, Shemp, Joe or Curly Joe it didn't matter. When it came to the stooges it always meant plenty of laughs.

There have been plenty of releases of the 3 Stooges over the years. Public domain shorts, colorized shorts, documentaries, retrospectives, but all seem to com up a little short, that is until now. The great folks at Mill Creek Entertainment have released a tremendous collection of stooges fun that will make any stooge fanatic go "Woob! Woob! Woob!" Let's take a close look at what is in The big box of Nyuks.


Our Rating System:
****=Don’t Miss it!
***=Worth a look.
**=An OK way to spend an evening.
*=You haven’t missed anything.



                                               The Sultans of Slapstick Collection

Discs 1-3: 
The complete New 3 Stooges Cartoon show including live action 3 Stooges 'wraparound' skits. ***


Disc 4 and 5:
Hey Moe Hey Dad! - This is a 9 part documentary series about the six men who comprised the iconic comedy team The Three Stooges. This Documentary is narrated by Paul Howard (Moe's son) and features other Stooges relatives. ****


Disc 6:   Various shorts and TV shows


Disorder in the court (1936)
The stooges are witnesses at a trial where their friend, a dancer at a nightclub where they are musicians, is accused of murder.  ****


Brideless Groom (1947)
To inherit a fortune, voice teacher Shemp must marry before six o'clock, but no girl will accept his proposal.  ****


Sing a song of six pants (1947)
The stooges are tailors and heavy in debt. When the boys read about the big reward for a fugitive robber, they think it could be the answer to their problems.  ****


Malice in the Palace (1949)
The stooges run a restaurant in the desert. They set out to recover the stolen Rootin Tootin diamond after they learn from the thieves that the Emir of Shmo. ****


Jerks of all trades (1949)
In this TV Pilot the Stooges are paper hangers. ***


Kook's Tour (1970)
This was another TV Pilot. In this one the Stooges decide to retire and tour the world with their dog, Moose.  ***


The Three Stooges Family Album (1998)
This is a half hour program featuring behinds the scenes photos and insights into the lives of the Stooges. ***





                                       The Masters of Mayhem Collection

Disc 1: 
The Three Stooges (2000) - This TV movie is based on the book The Three Stooges: From Amalgamated Morons to American Icons. This movie dramatizes the rise of the comedy trio to worldwide fame. ***
A bonus on this disc includes three cartoons featuring the likenesses of the 3 stooges.


Disc 2: Comedy shorts featuring 3 of the stooges. Also included on this disc are rare The Three Stooges Columbia cartoons.

 >Shemp Howard Short Films


Home on the rage (1938) A husband mistakenly believes his wife and brother-in-law are conspiring to murder him for insurance. ***

Glove slingers (1939)
A fighter trains for the big bout, and discovers that his opponent is his girlfriend's brother. ***


Money Squawks (1939)
Andy and Shemp guard a mine's payroll at a train depot. ***


Boobs in the woods (1940)
An annoying brother-in-law (Shemp Howard) tag-a-longs with his sister and husband as they are on vacation. ***


Pleased to mitt you (1940)
A young fighter discovers that the money he has been saving for college has been stolen by his rival. ***


Pick a peck of plumbers (1944)
Two vagrants get hired as plumbers' assistants. On their first job, they proceed to destroy a house while searching for a lost ring. ***


Open season for saps (1944)
Shemp's wife complains that he cares more about his lodge meetings then he does about her. ***


Off again, On again (1945)
Shemp, dejected over the breakup of his engagement, hires a ganngster to rub him out. ***


Where the pest begins (1945)
Shemp volunteers to help neighbor Mrs. Batts and her husband in all their domestic chores, indoors and out. ***


A hit with a Miss (1945)
Shemp Howard is a prizefighter who has a complex that leaves him a coward and unable to fight unless he hears "Pop Goes the Weasel". ***


Mr. Noisy (1946)
Shemp Howard is hired by two gamblers to rattle a ball team while the gamblers bet on the opponents. ***


Jiggers, My Wife (1946)
Shemp Howard knows many ways to get into trouble with his wife, and one he opts for here is stay out late playing poker with the boys and then tell his wife he has been working. ***


Society Mugs (1946)
Mrs. Allen's husband needs an escort for a society party she calls the wrong number and gets Shemp Howard, the rat exterminator. ***


Bride and Gloom (1947)
Shemp Howard finds himself in a love nest with the wrong woman, while his bride-to-be is waiting, none too happy, at the church. ***



 >Joe Besser Short Films


Waiting in the lurch (1949)
Joe's fiance doesn't like his obsession for chasing fire engines. ***


Dizzy Yardbirds (1950)
Joe is in the army, and his sergeant is determined to make a soldier out of Joe if he has to kill him to do it. **


Fraidy Cat (1951)
Hired as guards to protect an antique shop, Joe and Jim run into a gorilla who has been trained by a gang of thieves to rob the store. **


Aim Fire Scoot (1952)
Joe and his sergeant fall for the same girl. **


Caught on the bounce (1952)
Joe needs money to pay back a loan of $2500 and travels to ask his aunt for the money. But she also $2500. What can they do! Capture a bank robber? **


Spies and guys (1953)
Joe is sent on a spying mission with a beautiful female officer. Things don't go well and they are captured and set to be executed. **


The fire chaser (1954)
Remake of "Waiting in the lurch". **


G.I. Dood it (1955)
Joe has a fight with an army sergeant before he is drafted, and when he arrives at camp, finds the sergeant is his NCO. **

Hook a crook (1955)Two detectives are trying to recover stolen jewels. **


Army Daze (1956)
Joe is drafted into the army of Starvania, and falls in love with Olga, a beautiful Starvanian WAC, but Joe's sergeant also has his eyes on Olga. **




 >Joe DeRita Short Films


Slappy Married (1946)
Joe's wife, who thinks he's been carrying on with another woman, moves out. **


The good bad egg (1947)
A bachelor inventor who reads a marriage proposal written on an egg by a lonely widow with one child. He accepts, and soon finds out the boy is a "bad" egg. ***


Wedlock Deadlock (1947)
Newlyweds Eddie (Joe DeRita) and Betty barely moved into their new house before Betty's mother, aunt and brother show up and give every indication of becoming permanent free-loading guests. ***


Jitter bughouse (1948)
A man and his band try to cure his nurse girlfriend's patient with their music. **




                                          The 3 Stooges 6 Movie Collection

Have Rocket, Will Travel (1959) The Boys first feature film in which they accidental launch into space and land on a Venus and trouble and hilarity ensue. (***)

The Outlaws is Coming (1965) The Boys who work for an editor at a Boston wildlife conservation magazine are sent west to stop the slaughter of buffalo. Upon their arrival they find themselves enemies of every notorious gunslinger in history. (***)

Rockin’ through the Rockies (1945) Prospector Shorty (Moe) hooks two vagrants (Larry and Curly) into investing in his gold mine after they accidentally win big at roulette. Note this is not the boys 1940 short film of the same name! (***)

Three Stooges go around the world in a daze (1963) Phileas Fogg III, great grandson of the original Phileas Fogg, accepts a bet to duplicate his great grandfather’s famous trip around the world and takes with him his servants (the stooges) along for the trip! (***)

The Three Stooges meet Hercules (1962) The Three Stooges and an inventor’s time machine spells trouble and fun for Ancient Greece. (***)

Time out for Rhythm (1941) Kitty Brown, the maid of Frances Lewis, a nightclub star, gets after Frances’ fiancĂ© forbids her to appear in the club, a Hollywood contract. (***)


If all this entertainment isn't enough, included is a booklet featuring contents of this epic DVD set. Along with historical facts, biographies of each of the stooges and 3 Stooges time lines. This is was a nice little bonus to an already stacked collection.


This big box set of stooges fun includes 10 DVDs in DVD cases. The audio and video quality on videos does vary a little but for the most part they are really good quality prints. The DVD menus are easy to navigate. This has to be the best 3 Stooges collection I have ever seen! I am proud to have it in my collection!


So if you or someone you love is a 3 Stooges fan treat yourself or them to a great collection of 3 Stooges fun! Head over to MillCreekEnt.com, Amazon.com or your local DVD provider and pick up a copy today or for the upcoming holiday season! I think your going to love it! I know I love my copy!


Moral Rating: mild comedic violence
Audience: familes
Genre: comedy
Length: Almost 43 hours
DVD Released: 2017
DVD Rating: A+
Epic Fantasy Collection (1997-2007) - Reviewed By Jason S. Lockard

Sometimes a story just can not be told in a feature film format! Thus the advent of the mini-series was created. Mini-series are those epic events that take you on an adventure for 2 to 3 night in a row! These adventure would get you get right to a fever pitch and the credits roll and you have to wait to watch for than part! Cliffhanger!


I fondly remember watching mini-series events as a kid growing up and being enthralled! The next day seemed to move in slow motion as I waited for the next installment. But when the time finally came for the next part I was there ready to enjoy. Well, the fine folks at Mill Creek Entertainment have release an Epic Fantasy Collection gift set. This is a huge collection of miniseries. Lets take an in depth look at the epic collection.


Our Rating System:
**** = Don’t Miss it!
*** = Worth a look.
** = An Ok way to spend an evening.
* = You haven’t missed anything.


Gulliver’s Travels (1996)
– An 18th century Englishman named Gulliver (Ted Danson) returns after a long time abroad and tells his strange stories about the lands he visited filled with sorcery, talking animals, and even a society of tiny people the size of a man's hand. This miniseries won 5 Primetime Emmy awards. (3 hours 6 Minutes) ****


Odyssey (1997)
– Join The Trojan hero, Odysseus (Armand Assante) as he endures years of hardship trying to return home to Greece after his victory in the Trojan War. This mini-series event was based on the classic tale by Homer. (2 hours 56 Minutes) ****


Merlin (1998)
– The legendary wizard Merlin (Sam Neill) helps the evil Queen Mab of the Sidhe continue her reign of terror. That is until Merlin's heart is captured by the lovely Nimue. Merlin turns away from the Evil queen and embarks on a war with his allies to bring peace to the land. (3 Hours 2 Minutes) ***


10th Kingdom (2000)
– There is more beyond the mortal realm. There is 9 Kingdoms! A father (John Larroquette) and his daughter find themselves in a parallel universe where the great queens Snow White, Cinderella, and Little Red Riding Hood have had their kingdoms fragmented by warring trolls, giants and goblins. (6 hours 57 minutes) ****


Tinman (2007)
– This is a modern-day re-imagining of L. Frank Baum's The Wonderful Wizard of Oz. A waitress named DG (Zooey Deschanel) from a small town finds herself in the dangerous land of “Oz”. She must try to escape a witch with the help of three new friends and the great Mystic Man. (4 Hours 30 Minutes) ***


This collection of mini-series boast of great actors and actresses beyond those we just mentioned above. Such as, Helena Bonham Carter, James Earl Jones, Richard Dreyfuss, Mary Steenburgen, Ned Beatty, Peter O'Toole, Omar Sharif, Isabella Rosselini and Bernadette Peters just to name a few.


The writing, acting and special effects in all of these miniseries are just amazing! They transport you to another place and another time. This big box set of mini-series includes 8 dvds protected in dvd cases. The audio and video quality is crisp and clear. The DVD menus are easy to navigate. Than the collectors cardboard slipcover is just beautiful! The artwork is stunning and would be great as a display on anyone's DVD shelf! I really am impressed I was with this box set.


So if you have a fan of miniseries, epic adventures or someone just great movies, this would make such a great Christmas gift for the fairy tale and adventure lovers in your life. I highly suggest you head over to www.MillCreekEnt.com, Amazon.com or your local DVD provider and pick up a copy today!

Moral Rating: mild violence, some images may not be suitable for young viewers
Audience: families
Genre: action, adventure, comedy, drama, scifi
Length: Over 21 hours
DVD Released: 2017
DVD Rating: A+
Horror Hall of Fame Collection (1935-1971) - Reviewed By Jason S. Lockard

Hall of Fame! There is a baseball, basketball, football, rock-n-roll and many more Halls of Fames! So why not a Horror Hall of Fame? Bela Lugosi, Boris Karloff, Lon Chaney and so on! There are some horror actors that just stand out of the Mount Rushmore of horror films! Whose on your list?!


Well, the fine folks at Mill Creek Entertainment have released there list! With The Horror Hall of Fame box set of movies! In their Mount Rushmore of Horror is truly some of the best of the best in horror! Lets take an in depth look at what is included in this absolute amazing epic horror collection.



Our Rating System:
**** = Don’t Miss it!
*** = Worth a look.
** = An OK way to spend an evening.
* = You haven’t missed anything.



                                                The Boris Karloff Collection

The Black Room (1935) Ignoring an ancient prophecy, evil brother Gregor seeks to maintain his feudal power on his Tyrolean estate by murdering and impersonating his benevolent younger twin. ***


The Man They Could Not Hang (1939) 
When Dr. Savaard’s experiment in cryonics is interrupted by the short-sighted authorities, his volunteer dies, and he is condemned to death. He vows vengeance if he can survive his own hanging. ***


The Man With Nine Lives (1940)
A medical researcher visits the deserted home of a pioneer in cryogenic science who disappeared 10 years earlier and finds him frozen in ice but still alive. ***


Before I Hang (1940)
  A physician on death row for a mercy killing is allowed to experiment on a serum using a criminals’ blood, but secretly tests it on himself. He gets a pardon, but finds out he’s become a Jekyll-&-Hyde. ***


The Devil Commands (1941)
  A scientist becomes obsessed with the idea of communicating with his dead wife. ***


The Boogie Man Will Get You (1942)
  A young divorcee tries to convert a historic house into a hotel despite its oddball inhabitants and dead bodies in the cellar. ***



                                                   The Vincent Price Collection
 
House on Haunted Hill (1959) A wealthy man offers $10,000 to five people if they spend the night in a haunted house. ***


Last Man on Earth (1960)
A disease changes people into vampire like creatures
, and the last man left on earth is forced to set out as a vampire hunter. ****

Shock (1946)
After a woman witnesses a man commit murder, she is locked in asylum to face her psychological issues – but the one who admitted her may be the one who indefinitely needs help. ***


The Bat (1959)
When psycho killer, “The Bat,” escapes, he runs loose in a mansion filled with people. ***


The Jackals (1967)
Bandits target a gold miner and his granddaughter in 19th-century South Africa. ***


                                         Hammer Horror Collection Volume 1


The Two Faces of Dr. Jekyll (1960)
This is a truly unique take on the classic tale! This is a must see! ***


Scream of Fear (1961)
A young wheelchair-bound woman returns to her father’s estate. She keeps seeing his dead body even though he’s away on business. ***


The Gorgon (1964)
A rural village has been the scene of a series of murders where each victim was turned into stone. A local professor investigates and finds an evil Gorgon haunting a nearby castle. ***


Stop Me Before I Kill! (1961)
Alan Colby a race car driver survives a car crash. Alan and his wife goes on vacation, but he suffers blackouts and violent outbursts. **


The Curse of the Mummy’s Tomb (1964)
An American showman disrupts the coffin of a mummified Pharaoh only to find it empty. The mummy has escaped to fulfill the dreadful prophesy and exact a violent and bloody revenge. ***



                                       
Hammer Horror Collection Volume 2

The Revenge of Frankenstein (1958)
Peter Cushing stars in the sequel to The Curse of Frankenstein as Baron Victor Frankenstein who has been rescued from the guillotine by his devoted dwarf Fritz, and continues his evil work under the name Dr. Stein. ***


The Snorkel (1958)
Paul Decker arranges the perfect murder of his wife. Sealing the room and filling it with gas making it look like a suicide while he hides beneath the floorboards using a diving snorkel to breath air from the outside. But his perfect plan has a hitch. ***


Never Take Candy From a Stranger (1960)
A small town is terrorized by an elderly child molester luring young girls into his mansion with sweets, but no one will stop him because of his powerful family. ***


Maniac (1963)
While vacationing in France, an American artist becomes romantically involved with an older woman, Eve, and her teenage stepdaughter, Annette. Pulled between them, a plot is hatched to free Eve’s husband from jail but Eve has a different plan in mind. ***
Die! Die! My Darling! (1965)  Young Pat Carroll goes to the home of her dead fiancĂ© to meet his beloved mother, Mrs. Trefoile (Tallulah Bankhead). She soon discovers that Mrs. Trefoile is not the loving mother, but rather a grieving psychopath who blames her. ***

Creatures the World Forgot (1971)
Set in the Stone Age, a pair of twin brothers become rivals for leadership of the cave tribe following the impact of a devastating earthquake. **



                                                     Classic Horror Collection


Five (1951)
After a nuclear bomb destroys the world, only five survivors remain. They seek shelter in an abandoned house. As the last of their kind, they must work together. However, each have differing vision of the future. ***


The Mad Magician (1954)
Gallico the Great, a magician and master of disguise, turns into a homicidal maniac when his manager closes his show and gives his tricks to a rival magician. ***


The Man Who Turned To Stone (1957)
The prison warden and doctor at a women's prison are behind a centuries-old evil plot to steal the life force of young women to extend their own unnaturally immortal lives. **


The Terror of the Tongs (1961)
A British sea captain seeks revenge from a gang of Hong Kong drug and slave traders, know as the Red Dragon Tong, for the death of his daughter. ***


This horror collection features great actors such as Vincent Price, Boris Karloff, Peter Cushing, Christopher Lee, Donald Sutherland, Eva Gabor, Victor Gory and many, many more! All of the films on this huge collection have some good entertainment value! There is not a bad film in the bunch, even if the film isn't 4 stars! 


This big box set of classic horror includes 9 DVDs in DVD cases. The films included in this collection are very good quality prints. The DVD menus are easy to navigate. Than the collectors cardboard slipcover is just awesome! It has four horror icons, Boris Karloff, Peter Cushing, Christopher Lee and my personal favorite Vincent Price emblazoned on the cover in classic black and white with gold lettering. I wish I could really put into words how impressed I was with this box set. It is just awesome!


So if you or someone in your life is a fan of classic horror films with Christmas right around the corner this would make such a great Christmas gift. I highly suggest you head over to www.MillCreekEnt.com, Amazon.com or your local DVD provider and pick up a copy today!


Moral Rating: violence, some images may not be suitable for young viewers
Audience: teens and adults
Genre: horror, adventure, drama
Length: Over 35 hours
DVD Released: 2017
DVD Rating: A+

Friday, October 13, 2017

Knight Rider The Complete Series - Reviewed By Jason S. Lockard


Action shows of the 80s are awesome and if you throw in David Hasselhoff and a supercar in the mix. Well, you are in for some high-octane fun. That is exactly what you got with Knight Rider! Now you can own the complete series of Knight Rider on DVD thanks to the fine folks at Mill Creek Entertainment.

The series was created by Glen A. Larson, the man that brought us Battlestar Galactica, Buck Rogers of the 25th century, Quincy, The Fall Guy and Magnum P.I. This series Knight Rider follows the adventures of Michael Knight, a detective who was thought to be dead, but has been given a new face, a new identity and a new assignment. He now fights crime with the help of K.I.T.T. an artificially intelligent, talking car with futuristic weapons, high-tech gadgets and a personality of its own.


This 16 disc DVD set includes all 90 action packed almost 50 minute episodes of the entire TV series. The audio and video quality of the episodes are pretty good on DVD and you can get this set on blu-ray as well!

Now for the DVD packaging! It is a little flimsy! It's a cardboard case holding cardboard sleeves! Do I wish the packaging was better, yes! But in my opinion it's not as bad as people make it out to be! If your careful with the discs they won't get scratched when you take the discs out and when you return them to their sleeves. The cardboard case can get crushed easily yes but it will be fine if your careful with them.


This is not the 2008 remake series. This is the original and it is the best. This is as classic as it gets. Who will ever forget the theme of this series by Jan Hammer! So if you love 80’s TV or Knight Rider, treat yourself to the complete series. Head over to Amazon or  www.MillCreekEnt.com or your local video provider and pick these seasons of Knight Rider and gear up for some high octane fun for yourself!

Moral Rating: some adult situations
Audience: teens and adults
Genre: action adventure drama
Length: Almost 73 hours
DVD Release: 2017
DVD Rating: B+
Coach The Complete Series - Reviewed By Jason S. Lockard

In the late 80s and 90’s football fans enjoyed the outrageously funny antics of Coach Hayden Fox (Craig T. Nelson), the head coach of Minnesota State University football team. Hayden was the prototypical dumb jock with a big heart. Now Mill Creek Entertainment has released the entire series of this show on DVD.

Coach boasted of a great cast of characters from Craig T. Nelson playing Coach Fox, his loving and patient girlfriend Christine Armstrong played by Shelley Fabares classic TV fans would know her best as Dr. and Mrs. Stone’s daughter on The Donna Reed Show and Luther Van Dam Defensive Coordinator for Minnesota State played by Jerry Van Dyke.


This 21 disc DVD set includes all 200 episodes of the entire TV series. The audio and video quality of the episodes are not high definition, but you can never expect that because this show was filmed on video not on film. One major downer is the episodes from season 5-9 are edited episodes ranging 22 minute or under.

Now for the packaging! It is a little flimsy! It's a cardboard case holding cardboard sleeves! Do I wish the packaging was better, yes! But in my opinion it's not as bad as people make it out to be! If your careful with the discs they won't get scratched when you take the discs out and when you return them to their sleeves. The cardboard case can get crushed easily yes but it will be fine if your careful with them.

Many people say well I'm just going to pass on this collection! Unless something changes this is the only way your going to get this release cause Universal gave up on releasing Coach many years ago after just 4 season! I would rather have edited standard definition complete series of this show in a less than stellar case than not at all!

So if your a fan of football, sitcoms or Craig T. Nelson this shows this is an absolute must add to your collection. And it is the only way your going to get it! Head over to Amazon or  www.MillCreekEnt.com or your local video provider and pick this one up today!

Moral Rating: some adult situations
Audience: teens and adults
Genre: comedy drama
Length: 4608 minutes
DVD Release: 2017
DVD Rating: B

Friday, October 6, 2017

Man with a camera: The complete series - Reviewed Jason S. Lockard


Charles Bronson is known for his tough guy characters in the movies. But throughout the 1950s he spent his acting career guest starring in TV until he landed the lead in an ABC TV series entitled Man with a camera. Now the great folks at Mill Creek Entertainment bring us this series on DVD.

The series follows Mike Kovac (Bronson), a former World War II combat photographer who now freelances in New York City. Mike specializes in getting the hard to get photographs that others can not get. On a weekly basis Mike would find himself assisting newspapers, insurance companies, the police and private individuals. So Kovac was a kind of private eye.

In the 50s film noirs were all the rage so The Man with a camera was like a mini film noir. This show boasted of some great guest stars as well, including Angie Dickinson (Police Woman), Sebastian Cabot (Family Affair), Gavin MacLeod (Mary Tyler Moore Show and Love Boat), Harry Dean Stanton (Cool Hand Luke), Yvonne Craig (Batman) and many, many more.

Man with a Camera was filmed at Desilu Studios. The series had two abbreviated seasons and aired on Friday nights at 9:00 pm. The series consisted of only 29 episodes. All the episodes in this series are entertaining, but some episodes that stood out to me were; Second Avenue Assassin: Joey Savoyan, a professional boxer with a bad reputation from Mike's old neighborhood, has been winning fights that, unbeknownst to him, had been fixed.  Mute Evidence: Mike is invited to the farm of a retired doctor who does research concerning deaf mutes, but, unbeknownst to Mike, the doctor has been murdered. The Killer: On his way to Los Angeles on an assignment for a mysterious client, Mike is shot in a small Nevada town by an unknown assailant. Hot Ice Cream: An amusement park owner gives Mike a picture of a man being fatally shot underneath a roller coaster, but the body is missing.

This DVD set includes all 29 episode on 2 DVDs. The audio and video quality is quite good considering you get 15 season 1 episodes on disc 1 and 14 season 2 episodes on disc 2. As a special bonus feature you get the entire series on digital to watch on your computer, tablet or smartphone through watch.millcreekent.com or you can download the free Mill Creek Roku channel and watch on your big screen TV. Being able to stream the entire series anywhere without having to take out the DVD that is a definite plus in my book! But like many I still love having the physical media. Your never going to replace that.

This DVD set is a TV lovers dream come true. I really enjoyed this series and recommend this collection highly! So if your a fan of film noirs, classic TV, or Charles Bronson this series is for you. Head over to Mill Creek website for more info, order it now on Amazon or visit your local DVD provider and enjoy a classic TV series today!

Moral Rating: Mild violence
Audience: teens and adults
Genre: Noir, Drama
Length: 783 minutes
DVD Released: 2017
Our DVD Rating: A