Jason Waldman

Helpful votes received on reviews: 100% (5 of 5)
Location: Laguna Niguel, CA, USA
Birthday: June 2
In My Own Words:
I'm into movies, books, Xbox games and sports. I also enjoy wine, travel and intelligent conversation.


Top Reviewer Ranking: 502,218 - Total Helpful Votes: 5 of 5
Family Guy - Volume 1: Seasons 1 & 2 <b>DVD</b> ~ Seth MacFarlane
Family Guy - Volume 1: Seasons 1 & 2 DVD ~ Seth MacFarlane
DVD is such a great invention. Without it, we probably wouldn't have a series that was only on for four seasons released in a DVD boxed set.
"Family Guy" is quite simply the funniest show I've ever seen. It combines elements from "The Simpsons", "The Critic", and "South Park" into an incredibly funny, sadistic show about a family in Rhode Island. Parts of it border on the absurd, such as the evil monkey that lives in Chris' room. Other parts leave you going "I can't believe they did that!", such as the Hitler jokes in a few episodes.
This set includes all 28 episodes from the first two seasons, some of which have commentary, which really doesn't add much, since those doing the… Read more
The Fog (1978) (Special Edition) <b>DVD</b> ~ Adrienne Barbeau
The Fog (1978) (Special Edition) DVD ~ Adrienne Barbeau
"The Fog" isn't the deepest or most intriguing horror movie I've ever seen. But it's definitely enjoyable to watch, and this remastered edition is something every horror fan should have in their library.
The plot is that, 100 years after their ship was sunk thanks to a conspiracy by the founders of a town, the ghosts of the crew of the sunken ship return in the form of a supernatural fog so they can exact their revenge on the town. Adrienne Barbeau plays a radio DJ caught in the middle of the fog, with Jamie Lee Curtis as a hitchhiker and her mother, Janet Leigh, as the organizer of the town's centennial celebration. They all face the wrath of the vengeful spirits.
The movie… Read more
Evolution (Widescreen) (Bilingual) [Import] <b>DVD</b> ~ David Duchovny
4.0 out of 5 stars A Very Funny Sci-Fi Movie, March 26 2003
"Evolution" isn't the best sci-fi comedy ever, but it's certainly very good. It's one of those guilty pleasure films that you enjoy over and over again.
The plot is nothing special. Two community college professors (played by David Duchovny and Orlando Jones) discover that a meteor that crashed in the desert is teeming with life that is rapidly evolving. The military comes in and screws things up, leaving the two profs, a government scientist (Julianne Moore), and a wannabe firefighter (Seann William Scott) to stop the alien menace before it takes over the world. There's also a funny cameo by Dan Akroyd as the governor of Arizona.
The acting is good. Duchovny and Jones have… Read more