An online press conference with executive producer Jon Turteltaub and actor Skeet Ulrich to help promote their new series.
Ray Liotta plays a bad guy. Is that new and different?
Defending the undefendable as penance for a past slight.
The mystery just gets juicier and juicier.
Six becomes five on the results show.
In Nobuo Nakagawa's cult classic, everyone goes to hell.
Festival is a powerful record of the Newport Folk Festival and the folk movement of the 1960s.
Pro bonehead: David Kelley’s Boston Legal is a travesty of justice.
The British comedy hit is back with more big name guest stars.
During a viewing of this film, you may find yourself seeing your friends, your family or even yourself in these wonderfully drawn characters.
Second season teaser is cute fun for a wide variety of kids (parents, too!).
Gridiron came on like gangbusters as the second football-themed film to take the top spot in a month.
... not quite the blow-me-up-and-away cinema classic I was led to expect.
One of these films could easily make my ten best list for this year. No, not Stay Alive.
The US version has drifted toward more comedic touches, giving the show a lighter, upbeat feel without detracting from its core concept.
Better than most movies, Lost Seasons 1 and 2 is tension filled and compelling.
If you are looking to buy Grease on DVD, the Rockin’ Rydell Edition is the one that you want.
Don't just quit! There is a difference between a reactionary, overwhelmed, resentful "No" and the "No" that represents a conscious choice to change one's life.
Could a three-day stay in an enemy country help diffuse the biased prejudices? Could an Indian find love and affection in a Pakistani?
It's not living in the past to strive to overcome its effects on your present.
Stop allowing the enemy to define the terms and thus dictate the rules of engagement.
Chris Muir's excellent Day By Day cartoon, for September 19, 2006.
It's a full week and a great show. And it's my birthday... so recognize!
Mitsukazu Mihara throws us yet another frighteningly addictive, inspiring story with a gothic twist.
Revolutionaries fighting a super-power. Radicals who would be traitors if they lost. An exciting history of forming the American republic.
Sometimes the ground just isn't enough when you need to settle your differences.
Lovers of biblical fiction will find this a satisfying, meaty read.
A devastating and fully documented refutation counters the pseudoscience and logical fallacies of the "9/11 truth movement."
"Are we baby-sitting a civil war in Iraq?" It is a most pertinent question in light of the hearing discussed below.
Experiencing the fifth anniversary of 9/11 from foreign waters provides a different perspective on the commemoration.
Britain’s basic benevolence in foreign policy is largely in the realms of myth making.
We need to come together as a country to defeat a common enemy who does not care if you are a Democrat or Republican, Liberal or Conservative.
It's still 'the economy, stupid', but trying to build a political campaign on a failing economy only works if the economy is actually failing.
The Swedes have more of everything: more holidays, more wall-to-wall welfare and more Volvos, relatively speaking, than almost anybody else. So why the change?
The U.S. was very lucky this Monday that we didn't lose the Capital Building.
Willie Nelson busted for marijuana, Microsoft's Soapbox, and 'Pet Sounds' live in today's update.
All over the map this week - jazz, a DVD, subversive pop, and post-rock/metal.
A space cadet in old folkie's clothing
Solomon's music resembles most the compositions of Aaron Copeland or Ferde Grofé, blending modern styles with a folk music ambience.
A chance to see this straightforward, blues boogie band at their hard-driving best.
Day three of the ACL Festival begins with soothing reggae but limps to the end.
Google News lost a court case in Belgium and can no longer preview/syndicate Belgian French/German language newspapers.
With the proliferation of new types of content, here are five new avenues to watch.
Fashion photographer Nick Knight brings a new type of fashion content to the web.
The Matrix Online looks true to the film but what about its game play?
New titles to surround dancers in arrows.
Sega looks to knuckle up its classic franchise on the Playstation 3.