Bad Movie,Good Fun.... you've been Warned!
A comparison of the 1968 and the 2003 versions
Tuesday many PBS stations air the independent film Brother to Brother which connects a contemporary story to the Harlem Renaissance. It is also out uncut on DVD.
There’s currently two reality series about cooking running upon our TV’s. This one is the best.
Many people are commenting on Morgan Reynolds's comments that the WTC collapse was controlled demolition and not the planes flying into the towers. Let's take a look at some facts...
Following Alan Greenspan's testimony last Thursday, England's counterpart Mervyn King spoke last night on British monetary policy.
Some pundit suggested that a jury of his peers was hard to find among a group of people who are not smart enough to get out of jury duty.
Building the next generation of manned launch vehicle to replace the aging Shuttle...
Brown is down, white makes might, Hispanic is hard to rhyme and Asian doesn't come into play ... this time around
It is in-depth, easy to use, and it provides better search results.
A Bratz old fashioned styled phone with a metallic purply finish. I coveted it too. Something about that phone brought up desire.
Harvard economists disagree with Alan Greenspan, seeing no end in sight to the real estate boom.
What a scorching three hour show. Serious rockin' blues...
New software allows guitarists to tune their instruments via computer--with surprisingly accurate results. But is it for every player?
New releases: Brian Eno, Pernice Brothers, Daniel Lanois, Ry Cooder, Paul McCartney; reissues/etc: Steward Copeland, Miles Davis
...bashing the steering wheel and suppressing the urge to play air guitar.
My Bloody Valentine's moment was a very brief one, lasting about three years, largely under the radar of the mainstream. Their reputation rests primarily on two albums, Isn't Anything and Loveless, the latter work a masterpiece they never released a follow-up to.
Concept album or not, The Best Little Secrets are Kept’s one worth finding out about.
Following the same derangements heard on 2003's Cockadoodledon’t, the band’s first full length Believe makes great music for a psychobilly hoedown.
Despite the duo claiming to be “Tired of Being Sorry” on their first single, Ringside’s debut lacks sincerity.
An enjoyable and thought-provoking collection of novellas.
We need to see each woman as she is meant to be, not cut her down to some Procrustean ideal.
A tale of murder and intrigue at a talk-radio station.
A new biography celebrating one of the greats of silent film explores both his life and his movies.
This first book in a trilogy introduces Paksenarrion, who has wider goals than marriage to a local pig farmer.
A guide to "pulling off your shorts" - cinematically speaking.