Strange and surreal, David Bowie's 1976 alien experience of a film is a rewarding and unique film experience
The Descent is an uncompromisingly tense, heart-bursting exercise in horror filmmaking.
I'd say it was more like My Dinner With Andre than The Breakfast Club.
The overnight events straight from the Big Brother live feeds! Who will be nominated this week? Beware - spoilers abound!
This is one horror film that doesn't act like one. And that makes it truly terrifying.
Plus: Art School Confidential and A Scanner Darkly.
Straight from the outset, I never got the feeling that Mos Def and Bruce Willis had any chemistry.
Who's the new Head of House? Find out now before the show airs Sunday night! Caution - spoilers abound!
If my blogging service disappeared or someone stole my blog and made money off it, would I care?
Politics, books, and a spot of "green" knitting.
Music critic, gadfly, political pundit -- all this and more! Everything you always wanted to know about Al (but were afraid to ask).
Is it possible to pause a war in order to save an entire ecosystem?
This growing community of photographers and their blogs is as unique and diverse as each image itself.
Glasgow based Futuro are three of the nicest men I have ever met, and they still rock.
He was a singer and songwriter of country music, folk music, pop music, take your pick.
In My Mind is not a bad album but your mileage will vary depending on your expectations.
If there had to be one female jazz singer out of the many greats whom it's imperative to remember, it would probably have to be Billie Holiday.
Green Gartside drops back into the world.
Now that we've had nearly a week of sunny skies, incredibly fragrant ocean air, and many hours of uninterrupted music, things seem a little less, uhm....foggy.
The sound on Blood, Sweat, and Towers kicks some mighty big ass.
So maybe I was expecting magic from Dr. John singing Johnny Mercer, and merely got a good album.
A primer on the world of King Crimson's Collector's Club releases and the new DGMLive.com official bootleg site.
Zombies! is the kind of album parents in the US hope their pre-teen and teenage kids are listening to.
On the National Night Out Against Crime, over 34 million North Americans demonstrated they are mad as hell about crime, drugs and violence.
The playwright's intimate knowledge of the life of an Aussie expatriate in London – both its physical texture and emotional tugs – shines through.
Dear Elsa, I have a bad habit of "crushing".
Chris Muir's excellent Day By Day cartoon, for August 04, 2006
Two men square off in a race that has been fueled by war, exposed a liberal identify crisis and showed just how powerful the amateur press is.
There is a country which is trying its best to produce thousands of Osamas.
How the latest Israel-Lebanon crisis tests the compassion of the political mind.
Congress is trying to end one form of corporate welfare, and the lawyers don't like it one bit.
You end up charging more then most people are prepared to pay.
What a kick to this city's cultural groin, the complaint that there isn't good writing, from and about Toronto.
Against my better judgment, I'm still not sold that Big Papi is as great as people say he is.
Italy's Olympic skip Joel Retornaz will play for Switzerland next year. Oh, those crafty moneychangers.