Gordon S. Miller

Member since: 2010-06-03
Find me at: http://cinemasentries.com/
Bio:

Gordon S. Miller is the artist formerly known as El Bicho, the nom de plume he used when he first began reviewing movies online for The Masked Movie Snobs in 2003.  Before the year was out, he became that site's publisher.  Over the years, he has also contributed to a number of other sites as a writer and editor, such as Blogcritics, FilmRadar, and High Def Digest.  He became the Editor-in-Chief of Cinema Sentries upon its inception in 2011.

Stories By Gordon S. Miller

The quality of this '80s syndicated series led to a worldwide multimedia franchise.
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Day One round-up of PBS at the TCA Winter 2012 Press Tour.
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The cast and crew stave off a sophomore slump.
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The first, great comedy of the millennium.
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The gang deals with marriage, pregnancy, and Lethal Weapon 5
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A perfect compliment for those who bought Series Six, Part One.
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A good thing to have if you ever get shot through a wormhole.
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Do ya be feeling lucky, ya scurvy dawg?
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An amazing time capsule of American history.
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Watch your favorite football-headed kid whenever you like.
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For those who enjoy British historical dramas, this is very good television.
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TV Geek Army and Twentieth Century Fox Home Entertainment have teamed up to give one lucky reader the opportunity to win a USA Network TV-on-DVD prize pack.
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TV Geek Army and Shout Factory have teamed up to bring one lucky reader a chance to win Transformers: Beast Wars The Complete Series on DVD.
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TV Geek Army and Vivendi Entertainment have teamed up to bring one lucky reader a chance to win H.R. Pufnstuf The Complete Series on DVD.
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"Welcome to f----n' Deadwood! Can be combative!" - Al Swearingen
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TV executives have broken many a heart with these early cancellations.
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DCI Janine Lewis' family-life scenarios will make or break the program for viewers.
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An outstanding miniseries that honors the men of the 1st Marine Division During World War II's Pacific campaign.
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Adam Reed's animated spy spoof is hysterical and outrageous.
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