With Gears of War, we're finally seeing the fruits of the "next-generation."
Lumines II subscribes to the book of more. You get more of everything, new modes, all with a smaller price tag.
The original Every Extend gets the Q Entertainment treatment.
You'll have a good night and a pleasant tomorrow with this landmark set in your DVD collection.
Pirates 2 is not just a swashbuckling good ol' time; it’s an adventure as impressive, funny, and entertaining as the original.
Which films should help decorate your mantel and which should be buried beneath the North Pole?
Will Lulu's helping hand put an end to the mob war?
MADtv is more than John Cena; TALKSHOW is Seinfeld.
From Warner Brothers, this box set of five Gary Cooper films is full of great moments from the screen legend.
The first female team to reach the Final Three is revealed, and it's not a hot giant chick.
Better luck next time...
Following the missionary journeys of the Apostle Paul.
My only claim to significant achievement is the knowledge that I have, in a small way, enhanced the lives of several generations of children.
Woe to companies that ignore blogs, discussion board posts, and YouTube videos of the squeaky wheels that use their products.
DC debuts its refurbished look at Will Eisner’s classic comic crimefighter with a Batman team-up.
Reading this almost made me swear to never again write anything about music beyond "it's got a good beat that I can dance to." Almost.
Hahn’s book offers an insider’s view of what it’s like to do “the Work.”
There is an overwhelming, post-Whoville-sized heart in this novel.
Maybe a good translation is precisely one that doesn’t try to be an identical twin to the original text.
User generated content on Yahoo, Reuters, iVillage, and NBC plus the Alkaline Trio in today's music and tech news update.
Death/black metal from four good bands.
A deeply personal album undone by regrettable recording choices.
This record combines the worst of modern rock music.
Ninja survive! A blast from the past.
One of the greats of Chicago blues doing what he did best night after night, at the club he called home.
If Freddy Mercury were alive today, the jealousy would be flowing.
...two discs provide a sampling of what Thomas Ruf considers the highlights of twelve years of music.
How many Cee-Los could one review shmuck chuck if a review smuck could chuck Cee-Los? Wait. Now I have a headache.
I may not know the tunes, but now I know the experience.
A 10-song overview of Bill Evans recordings for the Riverside label during what may have been his golden age.
France makes its case to part of an exclusive club that includes Brazil, Italy, Germany, and Argentina.
Marat Safin keys crucial matches over Argentina.
Real Madrid comes a step closer to FC Barcelona with their win and Sevilla fails to take the top spot in the Primera Division.
While the BCS remains far less than perfect, it successfully set up the National Championship game.
Florida, Wake Forest, Houston, Central Michigan, and Oklahoma are conference champs. Oh, and USC lost. Didya hear that?
After missing two field goals in the first half, Josh Brown puts up a 50-yard field goal to beat the Broncos 23-20.
Three tips for giving the gift of cigars this holiday season.
Zune software incompatibilities, ActiveX bug, and SSL bugs in Mac OS X.
The latest in a series of ActiveX problems gives Microsoft another "win".
Stephane Dion could very well be the man to lead the Liberals back to power.
The US needs to learn to talk, listen, and engage more and condemn less.
Keeping Iran out of Iraq is going to take more manpower. Who's got more men to spare than the Chinese Red Army?
A dollar just isn't worth what it used to be in the world's opinion.
Sen. Evan Bayh (D-IN) announces plans to form presidential exploratory committee.
As proposed by Gingrich, the law would be used to destroy those very rights the government was created to protect.
Christmas memories, old and new.
Building on Thomas L. Friedman's upbeat take in The World is Flat, an exploration of how India needs the west and, yes, the west needs India.
Chris Muir's excellent Day By Day cartoon, for December 04, 2006