Have Cheetah,Will View #351 – “The Twilight Zone: Fan Favorites” (2010)
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Have Cheetah,Will View #351 – “The Twilight Zone: Fan Favorites” (2010)

Its 4:10 pm hazy Lately it seems I have been a bit lost in picking out something to watch and review. Its not for the lack of having something to watch (quit laughing Catfish….)but actually picking something I’m excited about.  Then again,I’m pretty excited about just about everything I find while out and about. Maybe … Continue reading

Have Cheetah,Will View #336 – “Lawman”- Season Four (1961)
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Have Cheetah,Will View #336 – “Lawman”- Season Four (1961)

Its 12:20 pm sunny I heard a thump on my front porch last week and then the cheetah ruffled up at me. Seems like we had just gotten a new package from our contact “MP” from Warner Brothers Archive. We were pretty curious as to what could be possibly be in the box. The cheetah … Continue reading

Have Cheetah,Will View #276 – “Teen Titans GO!” Season One (2013)
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Have Cheetah,Will View #276 – “Teen Titans GO!” Season One (2013)

Its 6:51 am morning Its been quite a while since the cheetah and I have done a animated review but the wait has been worth it as we get a chance to review the best superhero show ever,”Teen Titans GO!”. Thanks to our globe trotting man from U.N.C.L.E.,the mysterious “M”,Warner Brothers Archives sent us this … Continue reading

Have Cheetah,Will View #261 – “The Astronaut Wives Club” (2015)
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Have Cheetah,Will View #261 – “The Astronaut Wives Club” (2015)

Its 11:10 pm cold/snowy So the cheetah and I just returned from Ireland where we visited “The Devil’s Doorway“. The cheetah pointed out that the doorway looked like it came from Fenway Park and I had to agree with him. We got home just in time to get a mysterious package from our contact “H” … Continue reading

Have Cheetah,Will View #248 -“Born Free”:The Complete Collection (2018)
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Have Cheetah,Will View #248 -“Born Free”:The Complete Collection (2018)

It’s 5:30 pm grey One of the most fun parts of doing these reviews is getting a chance with different studios and distributors. As many readers already know,the cheetah and I have partnered up with Warner Brothers Archives and Wild Eye Releasing for a while now. Last week we did our first review for Artsploitation … Continue reading

Have Cheetah,Will View #247 – “A Man Called Shenandoah” – The Complete Series (1965)
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Have Cheetah,Will View #247 – “A Man Called Shenandoah” – The Complete Series (1965)

It’s 7:04 pm evening The last Western TV series we reviewed was called “The Lazarus Man” which starred the late Robert Urich. When I was doing my background on “Lazarus”,some sources said that it them of a older series with the same plot line,man gets hits in the head,loses memories and has to look for … Continue reading

Have Cheetah,Will View #229 – “Firefly – The Complete Series” (2002)
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Have Cheetah,Will View #229 – “Firefly – The Complete Series” (2002)

It’s 2:54 pm cloudy This was another early review that I posted back in 2014. This was before I discovered Family Video and Disc Replay and was able to find a lot older series that I had missed watching. One trend that luckily didn’t go fade away are the releases of short run series. For … Continue reading