Reinventing the wheel.
I was in my room last night -- playing Guitar Hero II.
When existence is on the brink of destruction kart racing becomes really popular.
Finally players can have "Dance, Dance" in their "Dance Dance."
Heads up, True Believer! Marvel Superheroes Are Comin' At Ya!
Like Caesar himself, this game is ambitious, but you'll need a legion of graphics cards to enjoy it.
Halloween 2006 edition!
Dear Elsa, I have had a whirlwind two years.
I still can’t completely forgive my parents, despite having sympathy for what led them to being bad parents.
Faith and courage to find God in daily life with love and sex are hot topics and given different treatments in two plays in L.A.
Ray Bradbury's Autumn People is a slight commentary on people in an old-fashioned science fiction framwork.
Chris Muir's excellent Day By Day cartoon, for October 29, 2006
A young girl's courage brings back bitter memories.
This Halloween season has been distinctly different for me. I am having a difficult time because I lost my mother and aunt earlier this year.
Singing about time machines and being potentially beaten and raped by Will Oldham near the subway system are interesting concepts.
When I get depressed, I feel sexy.
I can honestly say I've never heard Carlos Santana play quite the way he does here with Bobby Parker, Gatemouth Brown, and especially Buddy Guy.
"Karma is a funny thing."
Seriously, enough piano sagas.
The first quarter of the comeback album is out in the open and the results aren't great.
The "quiet Beatle" was always my favorite. So how did George Harrison followup the classic All Things Must Pass?
If thinking is too much for you, you can always go back to watching American Idol.
Does Lynne Cheney's condemnation of Jim Webb carry any value besides hypocrisy?
If you liked Operation Shock and Awe, you'll love Operation Blame and Fear, the Republican strategy for conning America out of democracy.
Rather than follow Bush off the cliff, a lot of once-lemming Republicans are thinking that "Independent" is a pretty viable option.
Mission not accomplished: George Bush has lost the war on terror and is perverting our government for his own inexplicable purposes.
Prevention of teen pregnancy is better than cure, and this law isn't going to fix that particular problem.
Crime, violence, corruption, and broken American ideals loom at the heart of The Departed, the new film by Martin Scorsese.
A new entry in the quiz show market. Will it make the A-List?
Spend the entire day watching BBC's Hex marathon or read this review? Decisions, decisions.
From Fox to IFC, the reimagining of a bunny.
Aliens from space take our cows, our kids, and tons of meat on their quest for world domination.
Nice for nostalgia, but the recommended intake is a small dose at a time.
"Live from New York, home of the Jew, it's Saturday night!"
The Ice Truck Killer turns Dexter the predator into Dexter the prey.
Digital media music and video downloads and streams.
TBS will premiere a new original comedy program in late November. Get a sneak peek now!
It's cleavage, a giant squid, gore, cleavage. It's a workable combo.
Three deaths, two of them men, and one detective who has to deal with not-quite erased memories.
I hate to do it, but I have to trash another favorite series of mine because it's lost its edge and vision.
An enduring gem of the film festival circuit is the less glitzy but audience-centric Chicago International Film Festival.
Football is such a great sport, how is it that the sport has so many horrible rules?
The visuals in this movie range from the opulent and spectacular to the stark minimalist of a black and white sketch
Computer technical books - boring, dry and impossible to follow, right? This one, however, isn't too bad, especially if you're technologically challenged like myself.
mental_floss question of the day.
The trouble may have started when Alan Krieger, R.N., told the story of Oedipus Rex. To his mother. On Mother's Day. With a Snoopy card.