By Todd Campbell
We're Falling In Again, Patrollers! The DVD Patrol has survived another Summer and now most of the movies we reviewed for the Summer will be coming out between now and Christmas. We'll be featuring a lot of them right here. Hope you liked the Transporter special which was a lot of fun to do. As we promised, we have a lot of TV as promised. Now it's time to get your popcorn ready.
New on DVD
Furious 7-Life changes when you have to do more than live life a quarter mile at a time. Just when Dominic Torretto (Vin Diesel) and Brian O'Connor (Paul Walker) were able to score the biggest job with their team and to save Letty (Michelle Rodriguez), something comes along to bring them back in. Deckard Shaw (Jason Statham) comes along to get revenge for his brother Owen (Luke Evans). Now Dom and Brian have to team with a CIA Head known only as Mr. Nobody (Kurt Russell) to try and find a way to stop Shaw. Everything has a price. Mr. Nobody wants the team to rescue a pretty hacker that has invented a device that can manipulate any type of computer system. If they save her, then the CIA will help stop Shaw. Everyplace they go, Shaw is never far behind. Can they save her and stop Shaw at the same time? Diesel has confirmed that there is a "Furious 8" in the works. He can be seen in "The Last Witch Hunter" coming to theaters soon along with a new "XXX movie
starting filming in January.
CSI: Cyber (Season 1)- Computers and the Internet are a little like animals. You never know how they'll behave. Psychologist Avery Ryan (Patricia Arquette) was someone who worked hard to help her patients. One day her computer was hacked and one of her patients was murdered. After that, she learned all she could about computers and now she works for the FBI in their Cyber division stopping all types of Computer related crimes. In the Pilot Episode, Avery and her team are led to a rash of baby monitors which leads to a kidnapping. Are Avery and the others going to be able to solve the case in time? Season 2 airs on CBS on Wednesday September 30 at 10 PM.
Also on DVD
Marvel's Agents of Shield (Season 2)- Being Bad isn't always a bad thing. Shield Agent Phil Coulson (Clark Gregg) was recently returned from the dead by his mentor Nick Fury (Samuel L Jackson) and took his help in defeating the forces of Hydra. With heavy casualties on both sides, the World thinks of Shield as a terrorist organization after it was revealed that Hydra had infiltrated them and took down many of their agents. Coulson has been tasked to rebuild Shield along with his team. In the first episode, Coulson sends his team to find a valuable artifact. They find a man who can absorb the properties of whatever he can touch. Hydra becomes aware of the item as well. Can Coulson and the team get it before Hydra does? Agents of Shield returns to action Tuesday September 29 at 9 PM on ABC.
Marvel's Agent Carter (Season 1)- Doing the job you want may not be what everyone wants. Agent Peggy Carter (Hayley Atwell) was one of the best agents that worked for England and then World War II broke out. She started working with the United States and then she was assigned to Project: Super Soldier where she met Steve Rogers (Chris Evans). Steve went in to become Captain America. The two of them fought through the War together until towards the end of the war, Steve disappeared over the Arctic Circle while trying to stop a plane sent by the Red Skull to destroy New York. Now Peggy has been assigned to the SSR (Strategic Science Reserve) but all anyone sees her doing is secretarial duties. She knows she can do more. On the first episode, Carter learns that her old friend Howard Stark (Dominic Carter) has been accused of selling Military secrets. He comes to her for help and she know the only way she can help him is to go undercover to learn who's
behind it. With the help of Stark's butler Jarvis (James D'Arcy), she'll need all the help she can get. Can Peggy prove that Stark is innocent? Agent Carter comes back to action at Mid Season on ABC in January 2016.
The New Fall TV Season is getting ready to start on Monday and this is one of my favorite times of the year. More TV DVDS are on the way and a new Toddster's Take is coming too. The Toddster will be back next time.