1954's fishy horror yarn is transformed into a 30-minute Universal Studios theme park show.
An awful event from the annals of WWII Navy lore is at the center of "Mutiny at Port Chicago."
Colorful as a candy box and every bit as nourishing.
Like many businesses, Strand Releasing began as a friends' venture: A company (in this case, Vestron) goes belly-up, and two ex-employees decide it's time to take their shot.
Those in a contemplative mood will find much to ponder; others won't get what the fuss is about.
A crackling good entertainment set in the snowy wilds of an Iowa Democratic presidential primary.
Show drags us into a circle of hell while affirming the indomitability of humanity's best instincts.
Revised but evidently not enlivened after its 2008 Philadelphia premiere.
Australian comic actor Barry Humphries repackages his classic character for the austerity age.
An edgy, grim new comedy from "Two and a Half Men" exec producer Mark Roberts.
Why we watch: They'll win no Emmy nods, but let's not forget the real reason some of these reality shows kept us glued to the tube this season.