DVD Review: The Walking Dead: The Complete Fourth Season, Out Now on Blu-ray & DVD

The Walking DeadAMC's The Walking Dead follows a group of survivors during the zombie apocalypse as they battle "walkers" and often each other, as they learn that the living can be more dangerous than the dead.

The series keeps getting better, and season four is the best yet. The first half of this season focuses on what happens when a simple virus threatens to destroy everything they have built at the prison, when people get sick and die and then turn into walkers. A big storyline that starts during this half is discovering who burns the bodies of two of the infected, as well as who has been feeding the walkers. The first half culminates with the return of The Governor (David Morrissey) and the subsequent brutal standoff.

The second half of the season focuses on the survivors trying to regroup after being separated during the prison attack. They also meet a trio of new characters along the way, who might have some insight on the walker virus. The groups work to find their way back to one another on the way to Terminus, which may be their salvation, or it may be something much more sinister.

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Early Review: "Sharknado 2" Takes a Bite Out of the Big Apple

By Jamie Ruby

Sharknado 2Last summer Syfy premiered Sharknado and it quickly became a cult sensation, which no one predicted. Tomorrow Syfy premieres the highly anticipated next chapter: Sharknado 2: The Second One, which is sure to cause another social media frenzy. To prepare there have already been more than 45 products available across the country. NBC Universal has been involved with multiple tie-ins, including the book How to Survive a Sharknado and Other Unnatural Disasters, published by Three Rivers Press, a Sharknado: Go Shark Yourself app, and even Sharknado: The Video Game from Other Ocean and Majesco Entertainment Company. Fans can be ready and decked out in their Sharknado gear for the premiere.

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Early Review: The Strain - Not Your Typical Vampires

The StrainTonight FX premieres its new 13-episode drama series The Strain, based on the book trilogy of the same name by Guillermo del Toro and Chuck Hogan. The thriller follows Dr. Ephraim Goodweather (Corey Stoll), the head of the Canary Team at the CDC in New York City. When a plane lands with appearingly no survivors and a mysterious viral outbreak, his team is called in. They will fight for humanity against this virulent strain that looks to be connected with ancient vampires. Helping Goodweather are team members Dr. Nora Martinez (Mia Maestro) and Jim Kent (Sean Astin).

Pawnbroker Abraham Setrakian (David Bradley) races to catch up with the team to tell them what he knows about the dangerous virus and where it came from. They will soon discover he is not the addled old man he appears.

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DVD Review: Teen Wolf Season 3 Part 2

Teen WolfTeen Wolf follows the lives of teenagers from Beacon Hill, including Scott McCall (Tyler Posey), a werewolf. But he's not the only wolf, or supernatural creature for that matter, in town.

The second half of season three picks up after the events surrounding the Nemeton and Jennifer Blake (Haley Webb). Scott, Stiles (Dylan O'Brien), and Allison (Crystal Reed) still feel the effects from their sacrifice to save their parents. Scott has trouble controlling his wolf and starts to transform at times against his will, while Allison has hallucinations of her aunt Kate (Jill Wagner). Stiles, however, feels it more than anyone and goes on a downward spiral, starting from sleep paralysis and not knowing when he is awake, to eventually becoming possessed.

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Early Review: Defiance - The Opposite of Hallelujah

By Jamie Ruby

DefianceThis season, fans will see quite a different version of Defiance, which premieres Thursday on Syfy. Everyone in the town has been affected by the Earth Republic, who have taken control of the town.

Season two picks up nine months after the events of season one, and Nolan, who is no longer law keeper, is away searching for Irisa, while Amanda has a new role to play as she struggles with her sister's disappearance. Also, with Datak now in prison, the power within the Tarr family will also shift.

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Orphan Black: Variable & Full of Perturbation Review & Recap

By Jamie Ruby

Orphan BlackEvery week Orphan Black gets crazier and I love it even more. This week we were introduced to a new clone, Tony, a transgender. The scenes between Tony and Felix are some of the best of the week. I was laughing while also cringing when he kissed Felix (Sister Kisser!).

The show does such a fantastic job week after week of juxtapositioning the comedy against the drama. So many times what is going on is something serious, but hilariously so. Another example this week is when Donnie confesses to killing Leekie. You really can't help but laugh at the absurdity of Alison and her husband, but of course in the best way possible.

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DVD Review: Resurrection: The Complete First Season Out on DVD Today

ResurrectionResurrection, which is based on the book The Returned, by Jason Mott (no connection to the French movie or series), follows the lives of the residents in the town of Arcadia, Missouri after their previously deceased loved ones suddenly return.

The show mostly focuses on one family, the Langstons. The first episode opens with a young boy, Jacob (Landon Gimenez) waking up on the other side of the world with no idea how he got there. Eventually he is returned by immigration and customs Agent J. Martin Bellamy (Omar Epps) to his parents Henry (Kurtwood Smith) and Lucille (Frances Fisher), and although they have aged quite a bit, he is still 8, the same age as when he died 32 years ago, though they soon discover with a few slight differences.

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Early Review: Warehouse 13 - Endless : Bring Tissues

By Jamie Ruby

Warehouse 13Monday Warehouse 13 will open its doors for the last time, when Syfy airs the final episode. The finale was written by John-Paul Nickel and directed by executive producer Jack Kenny. 

Kenny has said in previous interviews that the episode was a love letter to the fans, and it really is. The episode does a great job in closing out the show and packs tons of great scenes in. The episode is a clip show, but in the best way, because it's clips that people have never seen before.

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Early Review: Warehouse 13 - Savage Seduction

Warehouse 13: Savage SeductionTonight Syfy airs the fourth episode of the final season of Warehouse 13, entitled "Savage Seduction." In the episode Pete, Myka, and Artie become trapped in a telenovela where they can only speak Spanish, meanwhile, Claudia and Steve have their own problems while following an artifact.

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Early Review: Warehouse 13 - Endless Terror

By Jamie Ruby

Warehouse 13Tonight fan favorite Warehouse 13 returns to Syfy for its fifth and unfortunately final season. The episode picks off where the season four finale left off, with Paracelsus (Anthony Head) having taken over the warehouse and he and Claudia (Allison Scagliotti) in a standoff. However, it's going to take a lot more than Claudia's connection to the warehouse and quick thinking to stop him.

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