My five favorite music DVD releases of 2005...
Cynthia Rhodes is in a passionless relationship in the frosty "Calling It Love."
Former Rollins Band drummer Jason Mackenroth comes out from behind the kit for his debut solo album in which he plays drums, rhythm guitar, and handles vocals.
Merry Christmas everybody!
Songs like these are the reasons I love Bright Eyes.
Two and a half milk bones
My five favorite film and television DVD releases of 2005...
(Hollywood is) just as conservative as any Republican. They're just better actors.
King Kong is hands down an awe-inspiring, kinetic motion-picture that possesses an octane level high enough for rocket fuel.
Win a million dollars: no talent, knowledge, or skills required... Deal or no deal?
The holidays are upon us. Who needs suicide? Bring on the video countdowns!
A love affair with tuna sandwiches just got better.
Some people see ghosts, others see aliens. I saw Santa and the experience is still with me 40 years later.
From celeb hookups to paparazzi car crashes, 2005 was a weird year. Let's look at the themes that rang through its pop culture.
As with more urgent matters like health care and global warming, the US has been and remains well behind the times in pocket-change convenience.
DJRadiohead returns to video to wish everyone a... something.
The monarch has decreed that the old should be killed off. The young are distressingly happy about the law.
Chris Muir's excellent Day By Day cartoon, for December 23, 2005
How will Howard Stern and crew fare in a medium where the bleep is an endangered species?
Cranium's new version for the Latino community
It may not be a flying car, but it is a great idea!
Where fashion and technology collide.
It answers the question: Where are they?
Tucker Max can hope all he wants, but when it comes to eternal damnation he doesn't exactly have a choice.
Nerve-racked journalist seeking a way out of spending "the rest of my life trotting off to other people's wars," finds refuge but no easy outs.
Bush's justification for domestic surveillance outside of FISA may set a dangerous precedent.
Carter and Clinton may have eavesdropped, but that still doesn't make it, or Matt Drudge, right.
The website page provides the quintessential guide to empty White House spin.
How baseball's "Watergate" ruined the sporting year.