Madagascar, Stealth, The Skeleton Key, Scrubs, U2, Walmart documentary
What a peculiar Western.
Remembering Eddie Guerrero
It's not only the best superhero feature film, but a great film in its own right.
Q is good fun, a monster movie in the classic mold.
Sci-Fi Channel original movie: so generic another studio should sue.
Two teams take on one serial killer.
One of the standout films of 2005.
If you remember Sigmund and the Sea Monsters from your own childhood, this collection is worth owning.
The Dude abides. It's good knowin' the DVD's out there.
In the good old days we took acid to alter our perceptions of reality.
I tuned in all poised to exercise my "right to be hostile,"
A surreal, symbolic and spectacular meditation on the travails of adolescence, as only Neil Gaiman could provide.
If you like hamster funerals and characters that say the "f" word a lot, this film is for you.
At times this band evokes the folk rock of the Tea Party (R.I.P.) especially on tracks like 'Eighteen Days.'
Featuring news & sports links, music from Damian Marley, RRG's BC picks and The Boondocks! What's really, really good?!?
Motley Crue, "The band you never thought you'd see live again," is back, bigger then ever with an anthology album, 29 city tour, and a DVD.
A superlative introduction to an overlooked composer in a welcome reissue.
B5 was mobbed by over 2,000 teenage girls at a free mall concert in Minnesota.
Angel Sabater tries to convince her guy friend to start a romantic relationship in the guileless single.
An entire album of Modest Mouse covers in Mark Kozelek's inimitable style is a success on all levels.
Talking about the best Bob Dylan biographies leads to a talk about the best rock music biographies.
Vitamin C encourages everyone to suppress any hint of anger in the condescending "Smile."
Car & Driver magazine retrospective is pretty, but a little shy of unique content.
It's basically a kind of 20th century regency romance, set in Japan.
Pop quiz hotshot. You have a hair trigger aimed at your head. What do you do?
This reaction, however, stands in stark contrast with the reception received from the Boy Scouts...
The US Constitution grants Congress the power to declare war, but the body hasn't done so for 60 years.
Antiwar pastors get threatened by the IRS while pro-Bush clerics do not? Something is rotten here...
Is the Plame/Libby/Rove controversy really news?
Ted Kennedy a hypocrite? Who knew? Also, 9th Circus Quotes, CBS' Sloppy and Clueless reporter. More.
For news that's fit to print, you have a better shot of reading it in the Washington Post than in the NY Times.
The pillars themselves are colossal, together resembling a mountain range.
Could avian flu cause the relocation of the 2008 Olympic Games?
Notable bugs from last week, including a follow-up on Sony CDs.
Karl Rove shares DNA with a long bleak line of cold creatures that invented the means of torture.
In the wake of David Ludwig killing Kara Beth Borden's parents: Blunderford's How-To-Stay-Alive Parenting Commandments
You can't make this stuff up...
Quit complaining about oil companies robbing you blind unless you're willing to get on the supertrain.
Learn how to waste thousands of precious minutes at your local retailer's checkout line.
Chris Muir's excellent Day By Day cartoon, for November 14, 2005
The Virgin is a beautiful matron, mature and proud, a mother who's seen her son achieve beyond her wildest dreams.
You were living the American dream, raising soccer players and CEOs; this understandably caused some of you to lose focus.
David Ortiz "designated" with second place. Thick Wickman was 26th.