Not as strong a season as the opener (which I reviewed three years ago), but still funny and sweet--down home-style. Infinity has released The Real McCoys: Complete Season 4, a four-disc, 39-episode(!) collection from the smash-hit ABC sitcom's 1960-1961 go-around. The originator of the "rural sitcom" genre that proved so influential and successful in the 1960s, The Real McCoys used to be a syndication staple during the sixties and seventies, but you don't see it around the dial too much anymore, so these releases by Infinity--compromised as they are, here, by edited versions--are a welcome primer for historians and a boon to the casual vintage TV lover (hard-core vintage TV fans, of course, will pass on these syndicated versions).
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In The Fire trailer sees the return of Amber Heard in this 1890s period-piece horror arriving Friday, 13th October.
With Hitman’s Wife’s Bodyguard is the surprising sequel to a surprise hit, the absurdity of which the makers are obviously much more aware of than in part one. Whether that’s good or bad, we’ll reveal in our review. OT: Hitman’s Wife’s Bodyguard (USA/UK 2021) The plot summary They are like dog and cat, heaven and hell, …