A review of a new Indian film, Swades - globalization, the village, and where home is
Bernie Mac joins the 3,000 hit club... or does he?
There's a lot to get through folks. Pull up a chair.
Dusting off another obscure thirties era movie comedy. . .
More gothic fun from the Hammer Films' library . . .
The case against Jackson tests little-known media law.
When you are ready to develop a web site you need to realize that there are four main parts to the equation.
“Like insatiable vermin eating and rutting their way through a bulging grain elevator, anonymice continue to multiply in the pages of the top dailies."
Summers nearly faints when his staff asserts that women may have less "innate ability" to operate snowblowers
Chris Muir's Day By Day cartoon, for March 01, 2005
It's a cross-browser spoofing bug.
Jose Canseco’s critics think that they can dismiss him and his story by calling him names. If you read his new book titled Juiced: Wild Times, Rampant ‘Roids, Smash Hits, and How Baseball Got Big you will see for yourself what has people so worried.
Celebrating seventy-five years of Sam Spade and the "black bird."
A tightly-focused history of a single commodity, revealing the whole world through this fish-eye lens.
Brian Wood & Rob G's engagingly Tarantino-esque urban mercs return in their 3rd graphic novel. . .
Flan asked, "In order to sell, a work of literature now has to be condensed into a few pithy paragraphs on the front flap. Does this seem right to you? Why or why not?" and I knew immediately that I'd love this book.
For owning an illegal firearm!
Today, Senate Commerce Committee Chairman Ted Stevens (R), Alaska, is beginning a push to apply the same stringent standards, which render network programming so flaccid, upon cable and subscription radio and television.
If a band is fortunate during their career, they are able to put together one album that is as a classic in their respective genre, or better yet, jumpstart an entirely new style or sound.
Real Madrid upset at online bookies, German artist wants to build a corpse plastination factory, TiVo's new patents
'Happiness' is a competent and confident effort with few memorable songs, GRADE=B+