A very good, but slightly flawed film by the master of the heist - Jean-Pierre Melville.
Sin City, Robert Rodriguez’s latest feature (co-directed with Frank Miller of Batman comics fame) lives up to the hype, naked and violent.
Gatas Parlament releases a video depicting the assassination of President Bush--and hates America while Saved By The Bell plays.
Short version: A gritty, violent, and overall impressive film that may not go over big with the general public.
I hardly know where to start with this comprehensive recording. Over 71 minutes of pure jazz and absolute musical bliss are unearthed amongst the 19 tracks on Red Hot.
Uncut is a monthly British magazine that covers music, film, DVDs both new and re-releases, and books that also cover these topics. They tend to focus on music stars of the past rather than the hot new artists of today. This issue has Queen on the cover. The sampler CDs tend to have a laid-back feel to them. You will not hear nu-metal, rock, punk or hip-hop to any great degree, but singer-songwriters abound.
We'll kick off this column with 4 brand-new compilations from Capitol Records of four 1980's artists. None of them were in any grave need of a new anthology; serviceable ones had been released for each previously. What these offer are a few additional tracks, some resequencing, and in the case of Duran Duran, an accompanying DVD.
Catholic or not, the world has suffered a loss.
"Sinister cabal" innocuous pleasantry? Some of the Schiavo commentary raises possibility it's in earnest.
Chris Muir's Day By Day cartoon, for April 02, 2005
Isn't it interesting on some level that so many are grieving the passing of a man whose lecturing on critical areas of the faith they ignore and violate?
This year is the centennial of Einstein's "Miracle Year," and this month is the fiftieth anniversary of his death. I am currently compiling a list of new books that have come out on Einstein and physics.
Occasionally I wade into my spam folder to see what's up. And an interesting picture emerges, of me as viewed by bulk-mail advertisers...
The BugBlog's Bug of the Month for April 2005
[UPDATE - He has died] He is not God, so should not be expected to change the world by himself.