On Halloween night in the future, all hell breaks loose, and the devil has his due.
Marvel and No Equal Entertainment team up to bring the popular comic character to television.
If you've only got 60 minutes to devote to an enjoyable slice of horror this Halloween, you could do a lot worse than this.
Nova explores one of the greatest monsters in the Milky Way- the black hole at its very center.
Guiding Light becomes the superhero soap with several characters appearing in Marvel comics.
John Cameron Mitchell's Shortbus -- it's all porno.
Bill O'Reilly exclaimed "it's all an act" on the Late Show after being heckled by Letterman's audience. What exactly did he mean by that?
General Hospital revs up to celebrate the silver anniversary of daytime's most beloved couple.
Bill Sherman digs a vintage Mummy movie.
Hugh Laurie is funny, but Saturday Night Live isn't.
In which Michael Reardon breaks his brother's heart and then saves his ass.
This is a forgettable action film that regains some of what made the original movie so enjoyable, but not enough.
As an unabashed follower of Joss Whedon, I'm always perked and pleased to see members of his 'verse spreading out through the televised cosmos.
A first rate action flick gets a nice DVD release.
Was that a leg? Am I watching Survior with the alliances? Give me back my adrenalin rush!
The prequel to the remake of the classic. The Beginning doesn't even come close to matching Tobe Hooper's original Chainsaw Massacre.
It's gotten better since its slow-ish start, and the most recent episode was pure and classic Sorkin magic.
America finally gets to see the controversial London play about a young US activist who died in Gaza.
mental_floss question of the day.
Chris Muir's excellent Day By Day cartoon, for October 30, 2006
What's a poor critic to do about a flawed but exhilarating high school production?
ESPN talking heads raced for the title.
The Seahawks are banged up. Big time. Seneca Wallace lead the team in place of Matt Hasselbeck at quarterback.
The boldest poll yet has Brady Quinn on top based almost completely on a hunch.
Kim Clijsters fills us in on her plans of her final season in tennis.
Flyers fans are forced to shove a paper bag over their heads to cover the embarrassment of only two wins; and we’re entering November.
Two top ten teams (USC, Clemson) take a dive... and let's just not talk about Temple, okay?
R.W. Ridley enters the young adult thriller genre with a compelling effort.
With its historical and emotional depth, this is one of the best books I have read in 2006.
An intense, sad but well-told graphic novel about a doomed quartet of Iraqi lions.
52, a DC Comics Event starring Animal Man, Starfire, Adam Strange, Lobo, Supernova and Skeets.
Sam Harris challenges Americans to ask why religion is elevated to a point of dictating public policy.
Forget the election, there are more important political issues to resolve -- and I've resolved them.
Election day is coming and the President and his wife are pulling out all the stops.
Hate the Republicans, vote against them, but don't vote against your best interests and the welfare of the country next Tuesday.
Powerful California Congressman to throw his hat into Presidential ring today.
George and the rest of the gang should learn how to ensure they don't supply arms to the people they're fighting.
If you form a lynch mob to kill someone, then it's no less a murder if a majority joins in.
The dilemmas Pakistan confronts today is clearly...and ironically...reflected in its primary pastime - cricket.
Digital media music and video downloads and streams.
Myspace.com, 50 Cent, and The Scissor Sisters round out today's music and tech news update.
"The only thing that is certain about the future, is its uncertainty..."
She had many, many problems, and, through it all, she resisted the temptation to record her Father's songs because...
The Sound of Regret is rather fitting for this disappointing release.
I never thought there would be a worse rock-dinosaur solo album than Gene Simmons' "Asshole", but a mere two years later, here it is.
Back in their heyday, Public Enemy would never dream of releasing three-year-old material, not even as a stopgap video collection.
Fleetwood Mac's secret weapon is back with his first solo release in 14 years.
Meltdown is a great example of how to produce a sequel on the PSP.