The horror/thriller genre proves once again that it can open a weekend.
The perfect recipe for a warm, endearing evening filled with laughs, smiles, and feelings of satisfaction.
"Saw your name on MySpace.com, liked your profile.. Say – need help with those pesky canisters?"
Graphic violence and I face off. One of us is going down.
But for all that wickedness and deceit, Vic has a perhaps somewhat twisted, but very strong sense of loyalty.
I'm finally weighing in with my Super Bowl ad thoughts and favorites. Why are cavemen so funny and girls in lettuce suits so not?
This week's pick also happens to be an Oscar nominee, for Best Animated Film.
This week, the MPP reviews five classic Cary Grant films, as compiled in Sony's new box set. First up: 1940's His Girl Friday.
This week, we ask which was more of a let-down: Doom or Elizabethtown?
Not to be mistaken for anything else, this is an album for the romantic at heart.
The latest addition to the long list of performers and presenters is an an all-star tribute to New Orleans.
Bravo's new broadband channel, Grammy news and new old Sonic Youth in today's music and tech update.
Tori fans: the red headed muse is back!
John Dowland meets John Cage? "Early Music Now" indeed...
Chick Corea pens another innovative tone poem as his interpretation of an L. Ron Hubbard novel
This is, after all, the band that agreed to self-bowdlerize "Let's Spend the Night Together" into "Let’s Spend Some Time Together" for The Ed Sullivan Show in 1967.
Leon Redbone provides an important history lesson of early 20th century popular music that is a pleasure to experience.
The Voom Blooms are a four-piece band that creates masterful tunes with Rock and Roll bravado that belie their experience.
New music mix, the first of 2006 for me with Mount Sims, Pharrell, Hard-Fi and Arctic Monkeys.
Caballero Oscura goes back to the future to hear how today's DJs remix alternative classics
Local music to be proud of. Get out and support your local music scene.
Even if you're not brave enough to open the system, there's enough information to find this useful.
Dark Horse Comics reissues a classic manga "unflipped" for the first time.
Big Brother for Apocalyptical Americans of all (or no) religion.
Corportate Insanity: thy name is Institutionalized Industries!
Maybe they will never get published except through my own means; that won't take anything away from the fact that I created a world, populated it with people I like, and told a part of the story of their lives.
Is there a new way to bring books to the world? Put your mind to the task.
A sport develops - the competitive telling of what Matt calls NQEs (Near Queer Experiences). For a homophobe, he’s oddly happy talking about gay sex.
Last week I went in for what was supposedly a simple surgical procedure and ended up in the OR instead.
Connecting with my father through maps.
Massachusetts cops said they didn't screw up on Entwistle. Not true. Latest on body builder murder. Glass eyes and drunks.
Chris Muir's excellent Day By Day cartoon, for February 07, 2006
Want a healthy and tasty breakfast? Go for the oats, man. Go for the oats.
Underage sex is baaaad, m'kay? But does telling the parents who already aren't doing their job well make it any better?
Iranians "testing" the west with competition to find the "best" holocaust cartoons.
Republican Senators not satisfied with Gonzales' defense of warrantless wiretaps and raising questions. Democrats beyond dissatisfied.
Bigger and badder than before, Bush brings a budget bursting with billions of bucks for bogus bellicose boosterism.
Powerline Blogger, Paul Mirengoff, manages to fluster, not one, but two Democratic Senators. It was fun to watch.
Stop making excuses for the Seahawks. They played poorly and lost a game that they should have won.
Curling might be an entertaining sport to watch this winter, but it's hardly a sport.
As the sun rises on the Pacific Northwest, so does the first day of healing begin.
Instead of the teams on the field, the officiating was the standout in Super Bowl XL.
Alive and kicking... high.
Today it was a peanut and jerky diet.
How one silly little blog post went from a laptop in Ohio to the fourth-largest newspaper in the U.S.