A rollicking Eddie Cantor comedy from 1933 pops up as a bargain videotape.
Prison Break is the Quarter Horse, we can sense that the show is already out of steam.
It's like they took a blender to all of the big Asian horror films and came out with this.
Chan-wook Park's vengeance trilogy comes to a bloody good end.
The witty and casual "unofficial historian of Southern California" was also noted as a writer and producer.
Aaron Sorkin and Thomas Schlamme are back, and people should be talking.
Brian De Palma's latest has enough style and too much plot to be a successful pick.
A British company has an idea that would allow Blu-Ray and HD-DVD to co-exist, but it probably won't happen.
All the pieces of this puzzle add up to a great episode.
A whole lot of gory nonsense.
This is a simple and fun game that will provide amusement when you want it.
A far better value compared to those ridiculous "Limited Editon" DVDs for Star Wars followers.
The book creation software Books by You makes a great educational tool and personal gift.
Seattle "drag" legend's "Soft Palate, Fallen Arches" performance steals cynical Manhattan hearts.
Thanks to the MPA, being a rock 'n' roll outlaw has never been so easy.
Dear Elsa, One of my friends had a birthday party for one of her little girls.
It's a remarkable thing to live with someone who fully, openly supports your growth, but the fairy tale union with my husband had a hitch.
Chris Muir's excellent Day By Day cartoon, for September 27, 2006
Dutch coach Marco van Basten has nice guys instead of great athletes in "his" dutch national team.
We wanted to see Bruce Gradkowski get a shot for the Buccaneers. He has it, but not the way we expected.
In the aftermath of the latest Owens-related mess, the Cowboys and the NFL will circle their wagon and protect their own.
Audio and video streams from recent and upcoming album releases.
If anyone had their doubts about Radio Birdman's continuing relevance, those doubts had evaporated long before the final chords of opener "Burn My Eye."
Weird Alfred Matthew Yankovic, cause he's Straight Outta Lynwood, and he will hurt you
This is the best Weird Al album ever. Seriously.
Posehn's comedy brings out the nerd in all of us.
After almost a half century of constant, electric, and yes, sometimes bewildering change, it seems that Bob Dylan has finally settled down.
More metal maddness in this installment of Marty's Musical Meltdown.
"With Roy, you didn't know if you were listening to mariachi or opera." - Bob Dylan
Fans wondering if this tour is more about 30 years or HC will be pleased or disappointed to know, depending on your perspective.
This collection is for fans of electronica and all six CDs feature women in the DJ, producer, writer, or vocalist roles.
I don't think I have heard such wonderfully wild energy as is on display in the music of this CD.
Zakk delivers an excellent disk that has brought me back to the BLS fold.
He uses that odd, misshapen piece of hardware to create a lot of different sounds, and they are all...
I call it progressive doom metal, and I like it.
No queues, no bad coffee, and no sore feet - but it is all here...
They're not really dead as long as we remember them
Mystery's afoot in the Elizabethan court but the Queen has no fear for her young pursuivant, Lady Grace Cavendish, is investigating.
Matt Wagner's new Batman graphic novel puts the Caped Crusader squarely in a 1940s Monogram B-movie.
Volume One of Kazuo Umezu’s violent and hyperactive horror manga series.
A review of the ethics of Mahfouz's novel.
52, a DC Comics event starring Supernova, Booster Gold Renee Montoya and The Question
Mr. Gaiman can genuinely create a world where wonder is an everyday occurrence.
A film-by-film analysis of Miike's filmography.
The PC bigotries of academic film books, from their pretentious vapidity to the political showboating.
Calculated Loss is an intriguing mystery that effectively combines high finance with haute cuisine and is highly recommended.
mental_floss question of the day.
America is threatened both by terrorism and our own short-sightedness in the global marketplace.
Other countries mock us and there's nothing we can do about it, dammit.
Much has been made of Bill Clinton missing opportunities to capture or kill Osama bin Laden during his presidency.
Bush declassifies the latest National Intelligence Estimate summary in order to rebut a leak -- and ends up affirming it.
The Bill, Hillary and Condi show is embarrasing.
Clinton says one thing and Condi says another and both are lying.
Under intense stress, people will hear their worst fears vocalized, even by allies. Such is the U.S.-Israeli dilemma.
Remembering 9/11 has been the object of continual political exploitation for five years. Most of all, Bush has used it to justify Iraq.