Upcoming horror director Steve Daniels talks about The Gibbering Horror of Howard Ghormley and The Three Stooges.
All it needs to be -- ridiculous from beginning to end.
Maggie Gyllenhaal hits another peak.
Kevin Smith finds his way back to his roots and delivers some laughs with Clerks II.
Be still, my vulgar heart.
The South will get a rise out of you again in this 1992 fish-out-of-water comedy.
Jealousy, politics, intrigue, forbidden love - it's all here in this splendid Academy Award-winning escapist fare.
Blogging has become a way for people to share their personal experiences and their lives with small groups, not to change the world.
One network, one season, one show at a time, Apple's iTunes is taking over television online.
There's not much point in using any of the web services offering "book publicity".
The thing that is so amazing to me is how quickly they both fell away from the public's mind.
In a remarkable change of course, Iranian President Ahmadinejad is now calling for a cease-fire between Israel and Lebanon.
There are amazing parallels between Israel's adventure in Lebanon and America's adventure in Iraq
Some thoughts on the likelihood of the U.S. going to war with Iran.
George Bush, Jessica Simpson, and Paris Hilton: Why be smart when stupid gets you further?
And no, there is no truth to the rumor the new child will be named "Fox."
Nicole, please find some sort of soy protein shake you can tolerate and gain ten pounds.
Don't let those lazy, hazy, crazy days of summer leave you uninformed. Keep up with the rest of the world right here.
I say there’s a strong chance for voter and viewer apathy next season.
Would that more people had seen this gem while it was still in theatres.
Chris Muir's excellent Day By Day cartoon, for July 26, 2006
Steely Dan's Walter Becker and Donald Fagen do it again, writing a cease and desist letter, of sorts, to the Wilson Brothers.
"Are you equating my hair dryer with 9/11?"
Remember when sports games didn't need season modes or tournaments? Apparently so do the developers of this.
An entirely new game for the PSP and one of the best racing games available.
A new version of Monopoly uses...no paper money.
Alarming bikini, Springsteen hits the U.K., and Metallica catalogue finally on iTunes in today's update.
If you are a lucky man and witness a Carl Palmer drum solo, expect to be disappointed at future concerts.
At that mention, folks scrunch up their face and go, "Hmmm.”
How can you go wrong with a warm summer evening punctuated by cheers from some very enthusiastic fans?
Nautical but nice: This album will wrap the listener into a wild love affair. Or repel them with the force of a fifty-foot squid.