I'm the boogeyman! And I'm coming to getcha! (smashes clock over head)
The Best of Television is in your hands
Even though this film may not “say” anything, it says a lot about societal stratification and screams masterpiece.
Never heard of it? Well, if you're in the mood for a thought-provoking experience, give this film a whirl.
Justifies you calling yourself Mr. Fantastic after being able to drink more vodka than any of your friends.
Godzilla's new movie celebrates his 50th anniversary. It's new on DVD, undeniably entertaining, but only for the right audience.
Steve Carrell shines as the romantically challenged virgin, in a movie that balances raunch with heart, one of the best of the year.
Wherein I am decidedly untrue to my school.
The Blues Music Awards Nominees are announced and Alligator recording artists fare well
Multi-faceted musical performer and cantor makes Hanukkah hip with his Favored Nations debut.
Guitar, bass, drums, and somebody willing to scream are all you need for a good time.
A great deal of the album's warmth comes from its melodic enterprising, the soothingly fluent "Anthony" sounding like a cross between Gillian Welsh and Brian Wilson
Emotions run deep on this latest release from Santa Barbara's Lagwagon.
Whoever would have pegged Bob Dylan as a radio show host?
Behold a true Irish poet of the back alleys.
This past year has been a very productive one. I have been able to explore more and more styles of music this year
Read these choices for the best group or duo of 2005 and add your own choices.
It has some of the most intricate guitar lines. They scream to the moody and glum lyrics. It reminds me of some early Pat Benatar.
Hope in Hell is a look into the world of Medecins sans frontieres, the renowned humanitarian agency focused on providing medical care...
A novel aimed at tweens and young teens allows anyone to fairly consider the issues involved in challenges to and rebellions against faith and religion.
The Culture of Narcissism, American Life in an Age of Diminishing Expectations was a best-seller when it was first published in 1979, and it stands as one of the most distinctive works of social criticism and commentary of the last three decades.
Between slices of goat-cheese pizza with barbecue sauce, the Commander-in-Chief issues commands.
The Army allegedly paid Iraqis to write about such things as restored sewage plants and newly opened schools.
Some facts on the company behind the Pentagon's paid-for good press in Iraq.
The primary debate is between protecting civil liberties and keeping the nation secure.
This past weekend Eugene McCarthy folded his last campaign tent at a nursing home in Washington DC and headed on to a better place where honest politicians are revered and not reviled.
It's the end of the world as we know it, and you feel horny. Two Internet outfits open a window on our souls (or lack thereof).
Scandal rocks India's Parliament and the nation's bloggers laugh.
...faced with the prospect of having to phone churches and ask for handouts on a personal level, I felt humiliated.
Electronic voting is in the hot seat again.
I never realized that having a sexually-transmitted disease could kick so much ass.
The only true proportionate punishment for those who viciously take an innocent victim’s life, is to pay with that which they have taken. Only this can restore the balance of a self-respecting society. We should all be brave enough and admit it.
...does it make me a bad person because I enjoy a story that involves an insane, murderous clown?
Entertainers think they should do a Christmas CD, that somehow will help their career. They belch their way through what used to be pretty music.
Chris Muir's excellent Day By Day cartoon, for December 15, 2005
The embattled automaker finally finds its spine and decides to do right by gays.