At about $2 per hour of animation, it's a fantastic value by any measure.
General Hospital celebrated Halloween with plenty of tricks and treats for all.
In this mojo horror gem, Elvis and JFK take on a mummy in a Texas old-age home.
Under Review is an analytical commentary about of the band from 1980 until the death of Freddie Mercury in 1991.
If my fellow Americans made themselves look a little foolish in this film, it was mostly on the side of being way too patient with the visitor.
A definitive response to the people who won't stop bugging me about paying to see Borat: Cultural Learnings of America for Blah Blah Blah.
What if Dick Cheney was in charge? Yeah, we'd move to Canada, too.
Another charming animated flick with big names behind the voices. Will it ever end?
Yummy, yummy, yummy, I have cows' lips in my tummy. The Amazing Race goes to Madagascar.
Some forthcoming titles for your shopping list. Plus, what I've been reading this month.
52 is a weekly DC Comics series starring Animal Man, Starfire, Adam Strange, Steel, and Supernova.
"Villains appeal to me if they have a sense of personal morality at their core."
The Republican Playbook reverse engineered by a master of satire. Beverage spew warring.
A rehash of the much loved classic, Pride and Prejudice.
As a playbook, this work may be an example of why Air America Radio lacked an effective and winning strategy.
A graphic novel prequel to DC /Vertigo's modernized take on fairy tale mythology.
John Varley explores nuclear terrorism threat, Barrington Bayley goes Victorian again, James Tiptree has nothing "James-like" about her.
Strong characters work through the tensions leading to Biafra’s struggle for independence and then through the three-year war.
This Week: Electronic Voting, Deeper Spirituality, and Weird New Worlds.
Are we really so dumb, or are we plagued with those who, if following their own instructions, couldn't work a door?
True love is the only way to face down death.
Michael Hurd's friends consider him the best production of the American Royal Family of artists.
A Bishop’s daughter, Nadia Malik, and a Muslim doctor, Danyaal, fall in love and bewitch all of Pakistan.
The Decemberists Rock?
Rancid, Norah Jones, and Wikipedia in today's music and tech news update.
If you like their music, you are sure to like their shows.
He's not here to conquer anything but your love of good music.
House artists are stereotypically egotistical DJs who overuse one sound on their synthesiser. Thankfully, Kaskade is there to prove the stereotypes false.
Peter Frampton STILL comes alive!
Just keep this one thought in mind: music does not have to make sense. At least, not right away.
Prepare for the mighty Mushroomhead!
mental_floss question of the day.
Paul Goward lost his job as Police Chief after he wrote a memo entitled, "Are You a Jelly Belly?"
Next Tuesday, voters in eight states have an opportunity to defend marriage from a runaway judiciary
A popular publication with U.S. soldiers to call for Sec. Rumsfeld's resignation in an editorial on Monday
The Same Old Two Choices aren't satisfying the American voters anymore.
Two is greater than Seven
A fix for Apple's random shutdown syndrome, and another ActiveX bug.
You can now sit back, relax, and enjoy LeBron, Kobe, and Dwyane.
A Primera Division round up of the matches played this weekend.
Wake Forest (?) leads the ACC ... Ball State makes Michigan fans squirm ... and Alabama gets Croomed.