I have compiled a list of my favorite moments from scary films that I love to watch (again and again).
Ellen finds herself in a fight for her life as she is pursued by the mysterious Moonface.
Great Horror Movies, Both Splattery and Spooky
Three discs and it's still not a complete set.
Peter Watkins' brilliant 1965 pseudo-documentary
How many more of ours should die for them?
Vice President Cheney's Chief of Staff, I. Lewis Libby, has now been indicted on five counts of perjury, obstruction of justice and making false statements to the grand jury...
More undeniable evidence has emerged showing that what is bad for the Bush administration is great for America.
During the press conference this afternoon, US Prosecutor Fitzgerald emphasized that no one knew that Valerie Wilson/Plame worked for the CIA and that her cover has been blown.
The grand jury investigating the Plame case hands down its decision.
Miers failed to anticipate that her candidacy might cause her to be pressured to expose her work as White House counsel.
Subverting the New York Times was a great coup for the mongrel Mongers of War.
The best solution ... is ensuring the success of the new Palestinian government
Perhaps it's just dumb luck that has set him up with this historic opportunity.
More irresponsible than most of the bloggers it condemns, Forbes fears the future and is stuck in the past.
Bush is going to want to slink out of this mess with as little noise as possible, and to do that he'll have to find someone that he can be darn sure of getting solid Republican support on. Someone that's not too moderate for the fundies, and not too fundy for the moderates. And also someone that's accomplished enough in Constitutional law that they won't upset those in the Senate that actually care about accomplishment. Really, what he needs is another John Roberts. Is there another one out there? I'm not seeing any that are likely to glide through the way Roberts did. Probably conflict is inevitable. We'll see what happens when Bush throws down his next hand.
Grande, epic masterpiece that neatly ties up the eerie tale that has always maintained itself and the foundation of this band.
Got a spare C-90? Here's 23 Halloween-worthy tracks, lovingly selected by the MPP staff just to creep you out.
very few bands...manage to genuinely bridge the gap between country and rock/pop music.
When we chatted last, Mitch warned me, or rather promised me, that this latest release was a bit "darker" than his last few.
If you thought Bjork was the best thing to come out of Iceland you probably haven't heard Mugison (pronounced Moogie-son).
The album has a nice sound, and when the strong influences are peeled away, you can get some great tracks.
Sheryl Crow is in a loveless marriage in the poignant ballad "Home."
It all goes wrong right from the start. Before they even play a note Nashville's new hope, Be Your Own Pet, have already lost their bassist...
When you just don't have time to listen to the book ...
Where are all the female bloggers? Here, in my weekly "top ten" posts.
Wilma blew through Monday. It was mostly a windstorm. Result: power gone, infrastructure damaged, a city chaotic.
Firefly tops a list of the best science fiction franchises of all time, as voted by fans.
It looks like microwavable foods are taking over the gastro tracts of the world...
From cold weather to "marital duties," it a long and winding road, but it leads to the intersection of Christians and Halloween
New home sales are up, but prices are lower according to the U.S. Commerce Department.
Was Rosa Parks that last great American role model?
Chris Muir's excellent Day By Day cartoon, for October 28, 2005
Is Bono an "Ubermale"? The Vikings had a party. The NBA doesn't want a party. Albright an actress?
GreenToThink. Whisperado. Invisible Cowboys have songs. Scott Smith, Phillip Winn talk reality show humiliation and Blogcritics' new look, respectively.
Over a barrel: Oil companies are laughing all the way to the bank and we're stuck with the bill.
Math, mystery, and murder - all what you'd expect in the dry academic surroundings of Oxford.
Historian Victor Davis Hanson explores an ancient Greek war and finds echos of modern conflict.
Are the real judicial radicals those who claim they seek to restore "original intent" to the U.S. Constitution?
Leaders Chelsea hope to return to winning ways and Manchester United start the week that will define their season.
The city of Chicago waited a long time for this - but what does this say about future championships?
In four games, the Sox erased 80-plus years of angst. And no, this isn't year-old news.
Liberty City Stories is here. Was it worth the wait? Is it worth the hype? Yes.
The first unofficial list emerges. But why is there no official word yet?