True Blood Reviews, Interviews & More

DVD and Blu-ray Picks for June 3 - 9

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For those who were waiting for home video to watch the remake of RoboCop, your time has come! It, the complete series of Breaking Bad and new 4K masters of the classic Clint Eastwood spaghetti westerns are the most attention-getting of this week’s new releases.

News Roundup: New 'Big Hero 6' Poster, First Clip For 'Whiplash,' and More

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Earlier this week, Disney released the first teaser trailer for Big Hero 6, their first Marvel movie. The animated feature tells the story of a robotics prodigy who builds a superhero team. We have the latest poster below. Also, Sony Picture Classics released the first clip for the Sundance film Whiplash, starring Miles Teller. All that and more below.

DVD and Blu-ray Picks for May 21 - 27

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This week offers a number of this year’s earlier films, most of which failed to make much of an impression at the box office. This was sad for Arnold Schwarzenegger, and for Warner Brothers, who thought they might have the next Twilight/Harry Potter on their hands. There’s also a ton of cool older titles hitting DVD and Blu-ray this week....

Interview: Carrie Preston Teases 'Person of Interest' Finale, Plus 'True...

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Tonight, Person of Interest wraps an eventful second season. The previous episode ended on a major cliffhanger. John and Root battle to control The Machine, Shaw and Finch are on edge, while Grace is... wait, what's Grace up to? ScreenCrave recently spoke to her portrayer Carrie Preston who teased her return in the epic finale. She also gave a sneak...

True Blood: Season 5 Episode 12: Save Yourself -- TV Review

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True Blood's season finale saved the best for last. With the existence of both humans and vampires at stake, “Save Yourself” downed the last of Lilith's ancient blood and upped the body count. Find out what happens when the lines between good and evil are blurred.

True Blood: Season 5 Episode 11: Sunset -- TV Review

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This week’s True Blood brought the tension between vampires and humans to the forefront. We're also one step closer to understanding Lilith, and finding out Sookie's faerie future. Find out why we consider "Sunset" the season's most suspenseful episode yet!

True Blood: Season 5 Episode 10: Gone, Gone, Gone -- TV Review

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This week's True Blood  ("Gone, Gone, Gone") put an end to friendships, feuds and the harmony between vampires and humans. Hoyt decides to leave town, Nora tries to convert Eric and the Authority causes more chaos. Amidst all these new beginnings, Sookie may be the only one who can't outrun the past.

True Blood: Season 5 Episode 7: In The Beginning -- TV Review

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This week's True Blood brought some refreshingly awkward humor and entertaining twists. The episode proved that sometimes the key to the future lies in the past. Read on to find out what made "In the Beginning" relevant among the mix of sentimental comedy and heavy storylines.

True Blood: Season 5 Episode 6: Hopeless --TV Review

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This week on True Blood, all hopelessly fight for power, which syncopates with the return of Russell Edgington. "Hopeless" exposes the corruption of the vampire government, the value of fighting for what's important and the penalty of immorality.

True Blood: Season 5 Episode 4: We'll Meet Again - TV Review

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This week’s True Blood was all about seeking: Eric and Bill continue their search for Russell, Salome and Roman search for a traitor within The Authority, and Sookie looks to rid herself of guilt. But the big surprise is what each character actually discovers. Read on to find out more in our review of  “We'll Meet Again.”

True Blood: Season 5 Episode 3: Whatever I Am, You Made Me - TV Review

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This week's True Blood heats up when Debbie Pelt's parents arrive in Bon Temps and question her disappearance. Will they find out Sookie killed her? Meanwhile, Bill and Eric spend some quality time with seductress Salome. And Pam's flashbacks reveal the truth about her vampire origins. Find out what else happened in our review of "Whatever I Am, You Made Me."

Interview: Meet 'True Blood's' Littlest Vampire: Jacob Hopkins

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Last Sunday, True Blood introduced viewers to the all-powerful, and all-knowing Vampire Authority. The group's filled with the most respected and dangerous vamps on the planet including the deceptively young (looking) Alexander Drew. He's played by newcomer Jacob Hopkins, whose angelic face is the perfect cover for his mischievous character....

True Blood: Season 5 Episode 2: Authority Always Wins - TV Review

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This week, the plot thickens on True Blood as Bill and Eric finally meet the powers that be in "Authority Always Wins." Also, Pam gets a juicy backstory that details her bloodsucking origins. Oh, and what's Tara like as a vampire? Two words: "Not pleasant." Can Sookie and Lafayette tame the baby beast?

The 'True Blood Season 5: What Lies Ahead' Trailer, Well, Sucks

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True Blood’s fifth season premiered on Sunday night, somehow arising from the grave and lumbering back to life after the creative death of the series’ horrid fourth season.  To hype the wacky season that last night’s premiere promises, Showtime has just released a new trailer teasing the events to come in the new season.  And you may now feel free to use whatever...

Blu-ray and DVD Picks For May 29 - June 4

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After the holiday weekend, it’s kind of a dead week for DVD and Blu-ray, but there’s one of last year’s best films, and one of the best films to hit Video on Demand. Oh, and that vampire show from HBO with all the nudity. Not much for catalog releases, but Criterion offers some Ingmar Bergman to class things up. Check out the list after the jump…