Superstition ain't just a Stevie Wonder song.
Johnny, Woody, and Vinny: A quick report card for some recently viewed movies...
V For Vendetta isn't a flawless adaptation of Alan Moore's graphic novel, but it tries harder than most hit movies to arouse thought.
Season 3 on DVD is a real treat for any fan. I can't wait until every season is available!
Blogcritics.org takes on the Mighty V.
Always moving but never actually making any progress.
For someone of a strong libertarian persuasion, this film may well serve as a personal rallying cry as well as a satisfying tale.
Shakespeare and the teen comedy continue their reluctant relationship.
Will this controversial show keep audiences interested for the long term?
Here's an assignment: Portray a sympathetic mutant retard killer, while wearing soiled diaper-like rags, in makeup that makes you look like incestuous spawn.
"Cheese is the devil's plaything."
In this giallo title, an aged detective goes gum-shoeing again for the identity of a murdered woman, and her killer(s).
A fun, promising collection of essays that acknowledges the importance of a mix tape.
It was the accounts of indigenous technology and profound environmental transformation that I found most provocative.
Your college life may not be as original as you think. It turns out other people use the term McGrubbies, too.
This folksy collection of essays is lighthearted fun with unexpected moments of depth and insight.
A traditional university literary journal that's published the great and emerging poet and fiction writer for almost 40 years.
Over the past 6 years our country has changed. We must ALL take responsibility, and do something about it.
Local referendums on bringing US troops home now are on ballots in local elections and need to be defeated.
Oscar quotes, on pets, education and marriage. With wise marital advice from none other than Winston Churchill!
Modern American voters are concerned with values. They want to influence public policy in a way that will improve the nation's moral fiber.
Don't hate Barry Bonds for steroids, love him for his entertainment value.
The Missouri Valley Conference performed even better than you think during the NCAA Tournament's opening weekend.
New old Beatles, Microsoft to sue phishers, and no Smiths reunion soon in today's update.
RHCP have 28 songs set for their new double album due in stores May 9.
Once more I brave the mysteries of my possibly-possessed iPod to experience a magical tour through musical history.
Like a marathon runner who can cover tremendous ground in great stride, 2001 Cliburn gold medalist Kern does not dare or risk.
The Canadian Recording Industry Assocation claims that Canada has the highest per capita rate of illegal music downloads. I say good for Canada.
Beyond genre, above classification - it is simply art.
Donald Trump and Melania Knauss brought their first youngster into the world today.
You never know Who is going to show up on a Sabbath afternoon to say hello. It can be scary...
BCRadio returns with March Madness, BC on the Blues, an Indie RoundUp, and The Duke.
There is nothing wrong with doing nothing. So give it a try, after all you've nothing to lose.
Christian polygamy? Never heard of it. Until ...
I went to a bar to study astrology. And to have experiences while on this drug called Neptune. And to look for sperm.
Already, G-d's will has been invoked. Do we really know what that Will is?
I find a new method to cheating on the diet.
An April night's fever dream of the beasts and angels of war.
L. Ron Hubbard is dead, long live South Park.
A new website (currently in beta) offers you the opportunity to trade CDs.
More news on how to keep your computer safe and bug-free.
As Google aspires to see its stock fly to higher valuations, it burns cash and gets little in return.
All glamor and fame: that's what we get as editors for Blogcritics.org.
This is one of those titles that will only be rewarding to those who "get it."