The drag thing is a Simon obsession. I wonder what bar he was getting hung over at hours earlier.
Tagged as the film that puts the “fun” in “dysfunctional,” Little Miss Sunshine is an entertaining and overall cute experience.
Christina Ricci, the crucifixion, and a heavy plot makes The Gathering one to watch for on January 30.
It's Freaks & Geeks for the subhuman set.
The murder of a female impersonator makes for an intriguing mystery.
Securing six Oscar nominations, The Queen adds an intimate touch to an otherwise stoic figure.
A creepy journey into a disturbed and duplicitous mind.
Jackass Number Two is one of the most offensive films ever made. It's also hilarious!
Guillermo del Toro's latest film explores a fantasy world against the backdrop of post-Spanish Civil War. But this fairy tale is not for children.
In New York, we call them Cheez Doodles. The Los Angeles version improved a bit in the latest episode.
This episode takes the threads of the previous 11 episodes and wraps them around the characters' necks.
It really is no surprise to me that in the days of Abu Ghraib we are seeing a return to the torture/gore movies.
Paris Hilton, Lindsay Lohan... guess who is back on the BCRadio Podcast...
He's big. He's red. He's Hellboy. He's also one of the coolest things I've ever seen in my life, much less owned.
Which team is going to show up to play on Super Sunday?
In the Congo former presidential candidate Marie Therese Nlandu is on trial before a military tribunal for political reasons
If we leave the Arabs alone and muzzle the President, there's a good chance it could all work out for the best. What do I know?
There's a movement afoot to stifle free speech - targeting those who are honest about who they are.
When politicians say they "support our troops", what do they mean?
A big weekend of blues in Memphis with the I.B.C. and the Blues Showcase Memphis Style, Feb. 1-3.
Shockwaves Awards, YouTube, and Coldplay in today's music and tech news update.
I'm putting my music collection on shuffle and talking about Norah Jones, Billy Bragg, Motley Crue, Louis Armstrong, and The Who.
These British Invasion troops will make you feel "Glad All Over."
Presence was an album that once again lovingly incorporated Zeppelin's earliest, and most powerful, influences.
New music from Joss Stone, Pagoda, Rich Boy, new links and a look back at the life of Disco D.
I'm not basing this conclusion on any type of scientific evidence, but it's just one of those things that sounds right...
Some authors are easy to get along with. Others are shy, retiring, or even grumpy.
This is a beautiful book about faith and belief.
A rather loosely constructed mystery populated with characters that seem more contrived than real.
"When I was a kid, I was under the bizarre delusion that I was the smartest boy in the world." - A.J. Jacobs
It is four decades later, yet the JFK assassination still generates huge interest, the conspiracy theories abound.
Goldstone details the Constitutional framework by the undercurrent of influences that were prevalent in colonial America.
A huge weekly newspaper crammed with articles and ads about art and antiques.
Can you have too much of a good thing?
Upgrade to Vista? It all depends, do you feel lucky?
e-junkie is an universal marketing and commerce environment for the independent online marketer of just about any product or service.
Panicky Lapp (sami) tribes seek emergency aid to feed reindeer.
Stogie Guy reviews Jericho by Camacho.
What separates "mall rock" from real "rock?"
Has Madonna turned into an android?
A gorgeous score that works just as well without the film.
Freedom's Road is the first strong contender for Album of the Year...
One of the best-sounding CDs Fumo Verde has heard in a while.
mental_floss question of the day.
Size Matters on the small screen.
Konami not only adds new features to the series, but new formats.
Web site offers playable level in Flash.
If humans live on it, how is the planet lost exactly?