Supergirl: The Sixth And Final Season is now available for fans of the series to bring home and watch on Blu-ray, DVD, and Digital. In the sixth and final season, Supergirl is thrust into the greatest challenge of her life — forced to confront her own mortality, and the prospect of losing all hope. As her friends rally to help her in this difficult fight, a new Super-Villain arrives in National City and tests her…"Supergirl: Season 6 Arrives on Blu-ray, DVD, Digital"
Supergirl: Season 5 made it’s arrival on both Blu-ray and DVD this week following a pandemic-shortened season that ended earlier than scheduled. As is the usual case for DC series arriving onto Blu-ray, a bonus disc includes the entire crossover. That’s right–if you bring home this beauty on Blu-ray, you’ll be getting all five episodes of Crisis on Infinite Earths. Please be sure to check out my interview with Nicole Maines from earlier this year…"Supergirl: Season 5 Arrives On Blu-ray"
Nicole Maines spoke over the phone with Solzy at the Movies about Bit, Supergirl, and quarantine life on Transgender Day of Visibility. When this interview took place at the end of March, Bit‘s status was still up in the air. Following the interview, I was able to confirm that Vertical Entertainment would indeed be releasing the queer feminist vampire film on April 24, 2020. Today is Transgender Day of Visibility. How are you celebrating it?…"Nicole Maines talks Bit, Supergirl, and the Quarantine"
Supergirl welcomes some new cast members while still stressing the importance of journalism as the fifth season premiered on Sunday night. The series changed up the status quo in the fourth season finale when Lex Luthor (Jon Cryer) revealed that Kara Danvers (Melissa Benoist) is Supergirl. There was no telling how Lena Luthor (Katie McGrath) would react. The fifth season started with Lena testing a virtual reality system. There’s no way that this is going…"Supergirl: Event Horizon (Season 5)"
Nicole Maines delivers a commanding presence in Bit as the film becomes the queer feminist vampire movie that we’ve been needing for so long. A brief prologue introduces V-Squad, led by Duke (Diana Hopper), before cutting to Laurel’s (Nicole Maines) Central Oregon High graduation. Laurel’s still figuring out who she is in terms of what she wants to do with her life. Before embarking on her future, she’s off on a road trip to visit…"Frameline 2019: Bit: An Instant Feminist Vampire Classic"