Historically, 24 has been a hub of sorts to child stars.
It's time once again to set sail with Jack, Will, Elizabeth, and Davy Jones.
He's chillin' and killin' in this bad holiday horror film where Frosty turns mean.
Disney's version strays a bit from the books, but for the most part does so with good intentions. The extras make this set a must-have.
It's a powerful and sometimes frightening film, but is it a good one?
Mel brings another dead language to life on the big screen.
NBC's goofy sitcom Scrubs finally gets the night it deserves to bring back laughter to sitcoms.
You will conform, whether you know it or not.
Caballero Oscuro liked it better when it was called Toy Story.
America’s North American Aerospace Defense Command and the Canadian Postal System help keep us in touch with jolly ol' St. Nick.
Chris Muir's excellent Day By Day cartoon, for December 12, 2006
"You're Wrong" can be a tough phrase to use, especially at work. Instead, here are three alternatives you can use.
This Week: Re-Gifting, Paying the Bills, and Rats!
Will history compare the Stonewall Riots to Martin Luther's posting of the 95 theses? It's an outrageous but possibly undeniable analogy.
Weekly World News tags themselves as “The World's Only Reliable Newspaper.” I admit it - I love the tabloids!
Lots of babies get lots of names, but Ava and Aiden are tops.
If you buy stolen property what kind of compensation do you usually get?
"La, la, la - I can't HEAR You!" is not a valid response.
US government's footprint, as measured by percentage of GDP, on the economy seems comparatively much lower than that of developed European economies.
The Iraq Study Group Report gets one thing wrong big-time: That there will ever be an Iraqi army.
The book is worth its price for the extensive photo retouching techniques alone.
Capolongo's modus operandi is to serendipitously find and enter a deserted building and take photographs, atmospheric and depicting decay, yet quite beautiful.
This story of the Post-Impressionist odd couple would be unbelievable if it weren't all true.
"I was addicted to adjectives and purple prose as a child. They all combined great intelligence and critical acumen with the best sort of encouragement."
What better way to break out of a sheltered life than to meet some vampires?
This newly unearthed pre-Borat travelogue offers a fond and amusing description of our country and and its people.
The antitheism of Richard Dawkins: For a book that purports to defend logic against religion, there sure isn't much logic going on.
There are a lot of athletes making headlines for all of the wrong reasons. This isn’t one of those stories.
A report on the ITF Juniors tournament; The Orange Bowl.
Alternative rock, punk rock, Shock Nagasaki, Lower Class Brats, oi!, TKO Records
A hard bop trumpeter from Wisconsin and a Latin jazz icon from New York City combine to create an impressive jazz project.
Digital media music and video downloads and streams.
Christmas music, soundtrack, Peanuts, A Charlie Brown Christmas, Linus and Lucy, Vince Guaraldi, George Winston, TV holiday specials
According to the title track, he doesn’t want me to wake up, either.
Family Values 2006 is coming soon to a stereo near you, so get your neckbrace ready in case of headbanging accidents. You were warned.
Alternative Rock, Hardcore, Punk Rock, Black Flag, Minor Threat, Bad Brains, American Hardcore, Soundtrack, Steven Blush.
One of the last living links to blues icon Robert Johnson has died at 91.
Okay. Solitaire + Monkeys = Fun? Who knew? Apparently, Freeverse did! Now I know too.
Lee details Konami's effort to build a franchise from the ground up for the Nintendo Wii.