It's about the family, about how they hurt each other, and eventually how they help each other to heal.
What would be really, really, really cool is to just combine Martha's show and Donald's show into one super-show, with mass confusion and chaos.
Ghost Dog lingers on character development and philosophy without abandoning shoot-em-up action.
Crónicas is suspense thriller that takes place in Ecuador. With the storyline and exotic location, it's not to be missed.
She'll be a great wife for Mr Armstrong. I hope she bears him many fine beautiful children that will keep her busy and away from music.
Here are some of the most significant bugs from the past week in the BugBlog
Days after the release of Liberty City Stories for the PSP, Rockstar introduces a utility that enables custom soundtracks in the game.
New scare tactics from Dillinger & Young Gotti, Supernatural, and terrifying Iranian and American leaders! Be afraid, be very afraid!
in a show down between these guys and Echo & The Bunnymen...I'd go for Echo & The Bunnymen
Living Things combine politically charged lyrics with great rock riffs to produce a memorable release as 2005 begins to wind down.
Dystopian, counter-cultural science fiction for a new generation. Vonnegut would be proud.
If there’s one thing West nailed in The Day of the Locust, it was a young, nubile Britney Spears.
... a partial compilation of the work of the main subsidiary of the Compassionate Conservatives- the Congress, which never fails to produce short shows, generally unseen but with a lasting impact...
The best of the week that was at Blogcritics. Aspire AND perspire.
Slim Shady should have responded by going to Bono and giving him a severe beatdown with a baseball bat.
Now that Bob Denver has made it off the island we can now begin to unravel the mysteries of Gilligan.
Newspaper and magazine content readership declines as blog readership rises. No wonder Forbes bashes blogs in their latest edition.
We've never been forced to deal with the issue of race and confront our own fears and bigotries
Chris Muir's excellent Day By Day cartoon, for October 30, 2005